Speech - Evett Pham SPC 1321 Puppy Mills Specific Purpose...

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Evett Pham SPC 1321 4/21/2017 Puppy Mills Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience about the dangers of puppy mills. Thesis Statement: In order to understand what puppy mills are, 1st know how puppy mills treat their animals, 2nd know how puppy mills and sellers profit each other, and 3rd alternative ways to buy dogs. Introduction: I. (Attention Getter) Those puppies that you see at pet stores may seem adorable and playful behind the glass, but they’re bred from dogs with a very dark past. II. (Credibility Statement) Ever since I was little, I’ve had a passion for helping animals and I’m pursuing to become a veterinarian. III. (Preview) Today, I will tell you about the dangers of puppy mills. A. First, I will illustrate and explain how puppy mills treat their animals. B. Second, I will show you how puppy mills and sellers profit each other. C. Third, I will share with you on alternative ways to buy dogs and puppies. Let me begin by explaining how puppy mills treat their animals. Body: I. There are many ways puppy mills mistreat their dogs and their puppies. In fact, puppy mills set profiting off of dogs a priority rather than their well-being. Puppy mills neglect and mistreat a lot of their dogs, particularly mothering dogs. A. Environmental conditions of puppy mills.
1. According to ASPCA, puppy mills are usually very overcrowded with dogs. They are extremely filthy and do not provide the dogs with a lot of food or water. They also don’t provide the dogs social interaction, affection, or veterinary care. 2. Dogs and puppies are kept locked in cages with a wire footing that could injure them, particularly their paws, one of the most fragile parts of a dog.

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