Since the broker is acting as the middle person, it is difficult to find out whether the puppies come from these puppy mills or not. Some pet stores will lie about a lot of things in order for them to make a higher profit. And once the purchase is made there is no return, therefore, creating a lot of abandoned puppies. Since puppies are often falsely advertised in pet stores, and after a personal experience, I believe that if you want a dog you should get the dog from the humane society or from the breeder themselves, I highly do not recommend buying pets from pet stores at all. Instead of purchasing pets from pet stores there are several alternatives options to getting a pet such as going to the animal adoption shelter or directly researching and contacting the breeder rather than going through a middle person.
Choosing an Older Dog or a Puppy. Buying a pet dog is a very choosy and difficult experience. The best part of buying or picking out a dog is the fact that the person can choice what type and what age dog they would like. While many people say an old dog can’t be taught new tricks many people would disagree. While puppies are a lot harder to handle at first due to constant care and watching while their still babies, in the long run you hard work will pay off with a very trained and loyal dog.
Many shelters across North America provide a place to take in stray and lost animals. This is where animals are kept for short periods of time until later the decision it made to euthanizing the animal. In the society we live in the demand of breeding of designer breeds of dogs is high. Everyone wants the latest breed of dogs leaving many of the unwanted pets homeless. This isn’t the case most of dogs are deemed unadoptable because the lack social skills and forced in surviving on their own.
The small cages do not allow them to move freely, stand up or lie down, only to sit there. This cage prevents them from lashing out at the person getting their bile. Also, their teeth and claws are removed, so they are unable to attack from the cage anyway. Twice a day, someone comes around to extract the bile from the bear. A jagged metal tube is placed in the bear, causing discomfort and pain.
The debate around zoos and captive animals Like many other children, I have visited the zoo when I was younger. I have since realised that we, as humans, do not have the right to hold animals in cages and limited areas, often in regions very far from their natural habitat and climate. For example, how can you keep a polar bear in the heat of Africa? These animals spend their lives as prisoners, staying still or moving around the cage or fenced-off areas, slowly dying from boredom and frustration. They can’t mate and care for their young freely, they must eat only what man gives them, they don’t know how to defend themselves from their natural enemies, they can’t migrate.
The government needs to ban animal experimentation because of the harmful chemical testing, inaccurate medical testing, and the pointless cosmetic testing. It is estimated that more than twenty-five million vertebrate animals (animals with skeleton made of bone) are used annually in research, testing, and education in the United States unfortunately. Testing is considered cruelty to animals. Forcing them to suffer horrible side effects and pain just so a new drug can be released is not fair. When the experiment ends the animals are usually euthanized.
For sure, there will be an immediate decline in the numbers of abandoned dogs. Yet, the dogs’ owners may express their anger and unwillingness through treating their dogs with even more cruelty or violence because owners are forced to keep them. Dogs may be killed privately as the owners may want to escape from punishment. In this case, it will be more difficult to investigate. The government should instead escalate its effort by implementing preventive pet shop regulations.
First of all, from a moral perspective, animal experimentation is so cruel that it should be stopped. In order to access interests, people keep ignoring the miserable situation of laboratorial animals. It is necessary for us to know the truth. Animals are routinely cut open, poisoned, and forced to live in barren steel cages for years. As far as I know, much of the experimentations include pumping chemicals into rats' stomachs, hacking muscle tissue from dogs' legs.
Animals Deserve Rights Too Take a minute to think about your mother, little brother, older sister, neighbor down the street and any loved one, feeling helpless and alone in a world of abuse and neglect. Living in squalid conditions, deprived of a loving and caring family, some of the essentials for a healthy life. These are experiences that millions of animals experience to many times to count. Think about the abusers consequences after getting caught, they might get a minor fine and slap on the wrist compared to abusing a child which can get you locked up for years. I believe that animals need to start being look at as humans and less like cute pets.
It is definitely inhumane to cram animals in cages because the animals are cramped in unnatural space and often laying in their own filth and waste. This is inhumane because the animals need space to move and to have fresh air to breathe. It is also inhumane to be cramped in cages because you can only often put one animal in a cage at any one time. This makes the animals lonely and depressed because like us, animals are very social beings. That is why it is cruel to keep animals in cages.