The Worst Dogs Jobs

Listed below are the top 5 very  bad jobs for dogs. One of them is very very bad, and you will be suprised when you see what came up to be the first place. Some people will probably desagree with me on this one, but the truth is, the most of these dogs are actually  not enjoying this activites at all. So, if you happen to see something like this, be kind to warn the dog’s owner.

5. Race Dogs

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4. Sled Dogs

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3. Cleaning Dogs

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2. Police Dogs

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1. The first place belongs to dog which job is to make people happy.

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Dogs And Frisbee

Photographer Trevor Gregg made ??an amusing series of photos of dogs catching frisbee. Pictures were taken at the dog show, catching flying discs at the annual Bowserfest in Dunedin, Florida. Some dogs can jump 6 feet in height and land on his feet like a cat.

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Dog’s Life In The Center Of The City

We offer you the story of Mel Melkon represented in photographs, on the two dogs living in downtown Los Angeles. From the author: “Dogs are always of interest to photographers. They are funny and unpredictable. For years I shot their mischievous affectation. A couple of months ago I was working on an article about the growth of the population of domestic dogs in Los Angeles. The idea of dogs in an urban setting such seemed to me very interesting, and I decided to make the audio slide show. “”In the last month while walking along Spring Street, next to the Los Angeles Times, I noticed a huge dog. From afar, it seemed that this overgrown Dalmatians. I set off to catch up with the guy who kept this dog. Fortunately, I managed to do it. When I approached, I saw another dog, worthy of attention. She led the young woman. After a conversation with a guy, I found that they were a couple and lived with two dogs. I was happy and for them and for myself, because now I had to shoot the objects. “

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Dogs And Tennis Ball

Did you ever noticed that dogs really have some  special thing for tennis balls? They love chasing it, chewing it, digs just enjoy in tennis balls! It’s maybe all about the bright green, or the fact they are trying to bond with their owners, or, it’s just silly dog thing. Well, the only ones that will know that, is them selves! Hope you are going to enjoy in these photos as much as we did! Take a look!

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These Best Pets Funny Animals

With a few exceptions, most notably the sponges and Placozoa, animals have bodies differentiated into separate tissues. These include muscles, which are able to contract and control locomotion, and nerve tissues, which send and process signals. Typically, there is also an internal digestive chamber, with one or two openings. Animals with this sort of organization are called metazoans, or eumetazoans when the former is used for animals in general.

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All animals have eukaryotic cells, surrounded by a characteristic extracellular matrix composed of collagen and elastic glycoproteins. This may be calcified to form structures like shells , bones, and spicules. During development, it forms a relatively flexible framework upon which cells can move about and be reorganized, making complex structures possible. In contrast, other multicellular organisms, like plants and fungi, have cells held in place by cell walls, and so develop by progressive growth. Also, unique to animal cells are the following intercellular junctions: tight junctions, gap junctions, and desmosomes.

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Predation is a biological interaction where a predator  feeds on its prey. Predators may or may not kill their prey prior to feeding on them, but the act of predation always results in the death of the prey. The other main category of consumption is detritivory, the consumption of dead organic matter. It can at times be difficult to separate the two feeding behaviours, for example, where parasitic species prey on a host organism and then lay their eggs on it for their offs pring to feed on its decaying corpse. Selective pressures imposed on one another has led to an evolutionary arms race between prey a nd predator, resulting in various antipredator adaptations.