There is great variety in the job: Medicine, surgery, radiology, laboratory work. All that on a variety of animal species including the odd exotic pet The Negatives. There are bad pet owners out there & you'll have to deal with that. You'll get clients that want to euthanize a perfectly healthy 1 year old dog because he barks too much or his/her spouse doesn't like You'll get people who want to euthanize a pet because they don't wanna pay for medicine Your love for animals might interfere with your career, if you have to perform surgery on an animal or euthanize them. The cost of education, Vet schools cost more than medical schools It's harder to get into Vet school Helping injured animals is great, You can save them from dying, You get a really cheerful mood knowing that you helped out someones loved pet, live-stock animals.
P3 - Explain the role of advertising agencies in the development of a successful promotional campaign. Section 1 Within this task I will explain the role of advertising agencies and the services that they offer. The Marmite campaign, by DDB London, two TV ads which featured fictional political parties named the Love Party and the Hate Party, each either praising or attacking Marmite in a continuation of the brand's ongoing 'Love it or hate it' positioning. DDB had also worked on a campaign for John Lewis in the past for the Christmas advertisements. The ‘Love it and Hate it’ campaign included radio, TV, poster and press ads in 2010 which as the above-the-line campaign.
Anthonia Coke Philosophy Week 1/ Domestic Animal overpopulation. Ms. Jennifer Sexton(author) created an article with the help of Tom Warhol(co-author) of an article called “Domestic Animal overpopulation” This article discusses the issue concerning the overpopulation of animals in the U.s. Ms. Jennifer sexton focuses mainly on Cats and dogs. This issued has been going on since the post civil war era. It was worst in the past but now this issue has calmed down due to the realization of animal cruelty and the growth of technology. Sexton talked about the changes that have been made to save the lives of animals that are unwanted and therefore killed because of the space that was taken up.
Owners perceive pets, particularly dogs and cats as their true companions, and wish to give them as much care as their partner or child.” (Global Industry Analysts, Inc., 2010) At this time Lily Pad Bows does not have an online presence. Current sales of Lily Pad Bows for non-pet use has been steadily growing, with our repeat customers and customer-recommended business our greatest asset for revenue. The ability to repurpose their product into a pet friendly venue will allow Lily Pad Bows to reach out online to a new market niche for them. Lily Pad Bows anticipates a wide reach utilizing an online venue and will also provide this unique service to current customers who have requested a pet friendly line of bows. This online showcase of specialty bows will allow the pet owner to shop from home ensuring that they have matched their pets with the accessory that sets them apart.
When I come home and see my two dogs anxiously awaiting my arrival, any burdens or stress disappear. We go outside to get fresh air and they keep me energetic. Upon adopting your new dog you may expect many additional benefits such as loyalty, intuitiveness to your feelings and a compassionate demeanor. My dogs can sense when something is wrong and comfort me when I am feeling gloomy. It’s almost as though they can detect my emotional distress.
Ad Analysis Since the creation of Ford Motor Company and Chevrolet the question has been argued back and forth, “who has the better pickup?” Both companies have tried to out do the other in both commercials and do several stress tests on the truck itself. Founded in 1911 Chevy started small and it wasn’t until the 1920’s and 1930’s that they really started to compete with Ford which had been around since 1903. Out of the hundreds of ads we see everyday we notice the ones that are comical, why? Because we enjoy a good laugh. Chevy took advantage of the 2012 end of the world thing during the Super Bowl and showed how two things will survive the end of days, Twinkies and Chevy trucks.
Then there are some who believe that pet ownership should be available to everyone regardless of housing status and income level. We will look at arguments for and against homeless people owning pets, as well as my own personal thoughts on the subject. I will introduce you to the thoughts of Stephen Watson and Kevin Graman and their perspectives on this issue beginning with an article from The Buffalo News. In the article “Keeping companions fed; Pets of the Homeless tries to respond to the reality of pet ownership by people who live on the streets,” Stephen Watson gives us a look into the lives of street people and their companion animals. Enter Buddy, a shepherd-husky mix, and his owner Kevin Schojan.
Animal hoarders believe that they have done nothing wrong, that their home is clean and that the animals would not be alive without their personal care (Nt. Humane Society). Individuals that are hoarders, claim that their animals are not ill, even with obvious signs that the animals are in distress or sick (Animal Hoarding). The sometimes hundreds of dog or cat victims of a hoarder show signs of abuse such as “severe malnutrition, untreated medical conditions including, open sores, cancers, and advanced dental and eye diseases, and severe psychological distress” (Animal Hoarding). Dr Patronek, a professor at Tufts University, conducted a study in 1999 stating that hoarders see their animals as children and that no one else can care for them (Characteristics of Animals Hoarding).
They are trained to examine the animal’s abnormal behavior and link it to the symptoms of a disease. For example, if your dog is refusing food and water, acting lazy, and showing signs of flu like symptoms, then this may be a case of canine distemper. It is the responsibility of a veterinarian to go into further studies once determining the disease to find a way to cure the animal. A veterinarian interviewed by “Job Shadow” states, “The animal has very little ability to tell you where it hurts; whether they’re feeling better or whether you’re doing the right thing…Diagnosing sick animals is the most challenging part of it all…” (“Interview”). Along with the satisfaction of improving an animals life, veterinarians make a good salary as well.