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Gonzalez Gonzalez, Maria Ms.Roman/ Inquiry Skills Period 2 Thesis and Outline Final Draft 28 December 2010 A Healthy Owner for a Healthy Dog I. Instead of being a waste of time and an additional burden to a family, dogs improve their owner’s mental and physical health, as well as their morale and overall happiness. II. Some people, mostly adults, think of dogs as just another responsibility. A. Have to maintain dog a. Have to pick up wastes b. Have to feed and provide water c. Monthly shots d. Take the dog to the veterinarian e. They have to be neutered/spayed B. Dog may be a nuisance to neighbors and might cause dilemmas a. Dogs can bark very loud b. Dig holes and destroy plants c. Dogs may bite neighbors. C. Have to train dog a. Dogs may escape the house. b. Dogs may bite guests, or anyone who passes by. c. Dogs destroy furniture. d. They need to be house trained. 1
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Gonzalez D. “The old thinking was that if your family had a pet, the children were more likely to become allergic to the pet. And if you came from an allergy-prone family, pets should be avoided” says researcher James E. Gern, a pediatrician at the University
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