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Shelter Dogs. By: Laurie McDade. Objectives. To utilize the tools learned in my Basics of Computing class to educate others about adopting pets from shelters. To explore the topic of buying dogs from breeders and pet shops and why it is bad.

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shelter dogs

Shelter Dogs

By:

Laurie McDade

objectives
Objectives
  • To utilize the tools learned in my Basics of Computing class to educate others about adopting pets from shelters.
  • To explore the topic of buying dogs from breeders and pet shops and why it is bad.
  • To explore online tools used to help adopt pets to people searching for a companion.
why adopt
Why Adopt?
  • There are over five million dogs in shelters across America.
  • 50% of dogs in shelters are humanely euthanized due to overcrowding.
  • Shelter dogs often are adopted out after being neutered and vaccinated; cutting out a lot of the cost of owning a new pet.
  • Only 10 to 20 percent of pets in shelters and rescues get adopted.
puppy mills
Puppy Mills
  • They house dogs in unsanitary, unhealthy, and cramped cages.
  • The dogs have no human companion.
  • Puppies born in these mills are often afflicted with diseases and spread them to other animals.
  • They supply sickly dogs to pet shops.
  • The puppies are often not purebred but the breeders lie about their lineage.
puppy mills continued
Puppy Mills Continued
  • On average, puppy mills keep about 65-75 dogs in tiny cages with wire floors.
  • The dogs and puppies are constantly covered in their own and others waste.
  • There are no state laws outlawing these mills.
  • Most of these puppy mills are not regulated by the USDA.
  • Unlicensed mills often sell puppies much too early, harming their health.
what to expect o n m y website
What to Expect On My Website
  • Excel Spreadsheets
  • A video of puppies
  • An interactive JavaScript page
  • Links to adoption opportunities
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