Dog Essay Topics

Puppy Love

Every day there are animals that are abused and neglected by heartless individuals. We live by the quote, “A dog is a man’s best friend”. But how is it that one can do such horrid things to a best friend? Puppy mills, animal hoarders, and careless owners are only a few of the biggest contributors… View Article

Dog, the Man Best Friend

The dog is a well-known animal. It’s a four footed animal . A dog has a sharp sense of hearing and smell. He can hear footsteps from a great distance. At night he will be up and about at the least sound. He can smell his master from far off. He will rush out of… View Article

Man’s Best Friend

The dog is a loving companion to a man. He is happy to go everywhere with his master. He shows his affection for his master by wagging his tail and licking his hand or face. If his master is blind, the dog helps him to cross the street and acts as his loving guide. No… View Article

Morning in Nagrebcan

It is a pleasant sunrise in Nagreban. The puppy is curled up to their mother’s paws under the ladder house. Baldo notice a cute black-spotted puppy at the threshold, he rub his sleep-heavy eyes with his fists. He wore one of his father undershirts; he descended the ladder leaning heavily on the single bamboo pole… View Article

Puppy Mills

Imagine walking into a pet store and having puppies give you the saddest looks with their great big teary eyes. Everybody is tempted to take these puppies home because they just appeal and hit every nerve in every way. By spending money on a puppy from a pet store, you support a really ugly industry…. View Article

Dog whistle

The win for republicans relied on two factors. They played in the areas they were the weakest and they targeted voters and groups of voters. This was known as the “dog whistle” implying that Bush’s speech was only heard by those targeted groups. They kept away for the conventional political indicators such as economy, jobs… View Article

Boston Terrier

How many of you have a dog as a pet? Americans are widely known for their love for pets, particularly dogs. There are many breeds of dogs, yet only one has been nicknamed the “American Gentleman” for over a hundred years. The Boston terrier is considered a true all-American dog breed and one of the… View Article

Experience with My Pet Dog

I have a pet dog named Angie. It is an Alsatian. It is of medium height and white in colour. Angie has a bushy tail and glistening eyes. Angie is one year old. She was given to me on my tenth birthday. Angie likes to wander about our house. She also like to chase our… View Article

How to Take Care a Dachshund

1. Learn how to hold your dachshund. You can’t hold them like normal dogs because of their long backs. Hold their ends while supporting their back with your other hand. Although it’s an awkward position at first, after a while you will get used to it. Practice with something light first because you may hurt… View Article

Best Friend: Dog

Dogs will always be human’s best friend. Dog are only animal in planet that loves their owner more than itself. That’s one of the reason I want a dog so bad, but my parents not allowed me to have a pet. They said I am not mature enough to have a pet. They don’t think… View Article

Dog Training

Training dogs has become my personal hobby for the past __ years. While I do not gain any financial benefit from this activity, I am able to derive entertainment and satisfaction from it. In fact, it has allowed me to gain additional information about dogs, grow emotionally, and increase my patience, respect, and compassion. First,… View Article

Book Review

The novel is about a wolf called Faolan that survives with a friend of his, Edme. There is another wolf called the Prophet that tries to send out wolves to kill Faolan and Edme. They try to find a shelter to try to hide but end up getting spotted by a wolf. They run away… View Article

Dog Breeding and Society

Dogs are known to be man’s best friend. Cliche as it may sound like, dogs have proven continually over the centuries since they were first domesticated, just how helpful they can be in human lives. From being mere allies on the hunting grounds during the Neolithic period to adored and prized pets of families, dogs… View Article

The Most Dangerous Game: Character Analysis of General Zaroff

?General Zaroff’s refined emotions conceal a disturbing desire to inflict suffering and death for his own amusement. In many ways, Zaroff considers himself a god who can go about life as he pleases. Zaroffs’s madness stems from a life of wealth, luxury, and militarism, which inflate his ego and sense of entitlement and impose few… View Article

The Most Dangerous Game: Character Analysis of General Zaroff

?General Zaroff’s refined emotions conceal a disturbing desire to inflict suffering and death for his own amusement. In many ways, Zaroff considers himself a god who can go about life as he pleases. Zaroffs’s madness stems from a life of wealth, luxury, and militarism, which inflate his ego and sense of entitlement and impose few… View Article

Domestication of Dangerous Dog Breeds

Since the beginning of earliest civilisation, man has relied on and surrounded himself with animals, for both assistance with labour and companionship. The phrase ‘man’s best friends’ is often used to described one of the most loyal and popular of these animals, the dog. Yet, in recent years, under the continued influence of rising dog… View Article

To promote cleanliness of our surroundings

The primary theme of the story is of survival and a return to primitivism. Pizer writes that the theme is allegorical and clear: “the strong, the shrewd, and the cunning shall prevail when … life is bestial”.[28] Pizer also finds evident in the story a Christian theme of love and redemption, as shown by Buck’s… View Article

The World’s Most Misunderstood Breed of Dogs

When many people see a pit bull or the breed is mentioned they instantly stereotype them as being aggressive and monstrous beasts, this however is not the case as all! Pit bulls have been breed over the years as fighting dogs. The owners have raised them to be extremely violent and attack other dogs by… View Article

Animal Assisted Therapy

Animal-assisted therapy sprouted from the idea and initial belief in the supernatural powers of animals and animal spirits. First appearing in the groupings of early hunter gatherer societies. In modern times Animals are seen as “agents of socialization” and as providers of “social support and relaxation.” [5] Though animal assisted therapy is believed to have… View Article