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German shepards are commonly used in police work, dalmations are sometimes helpful with firefighters. And you can get dogs to assist you if you're blind or have a certain disability. Some animals are very smart and can help you just as easily as any human can.
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1. Guide Dogs help people who cannot see. 2. Bees can help you by producing honey. 3. Spiders can help dispose of annoying flies. 4. German Shepherds and other dogs are …used by the Police for searching items such as drugs, money, traces of blood etc and can be used in detaining a violent person, or dispersing a group of offenders or demonstrators in critical situations.
About 70% of animals help people survive
A lot of animals help people, but the most helpful is probably a dog. You can train them to do almost everything. A lot of animals help people, but the most helpful… is probably a dog. You can train them to do almost everything. A lot of animals help people, but the most helpful is probably a dog. You can train them to do almost everything.
well dogs and mini horses help blind people. but really if you train animals really good, all animals help people.
Well I think us humans can help animals in many ways. Here are some examples:Plant more trees around the environment of endangered species.Donate money to shelters that have h…urt or ill animals. And that is all i got bye. BTW I'm only 9 years old. I'm serious. [8-o
People could start a program to raise money to help the abused animals or start a charity.
People help animals by: 1). they care for them. 2). they get them what they need. 3). they make sure they are loved and are safe and healthy.
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A dog can help the handicapped, thus a guide dog. I believe a certain monkey can too. I think in the Guinness Book of World Records there is a horse that actually takes the pl…ace of a guide dog.
I copied this from peta's website so these are just some ideas there are plenty more. just doing something is great! Adopt a homeless animal. If you feel that you can offer a… home to an animal, please go to your local animal shelter. It's a good idea to adopt two animals so that they can keep each other company. If you cannot adopt at this time, spend some time volunteering here at PETA or at your local animal shelter.Be an all-weather friend. Hot weather can be deadly for dogs left outside without shade or water. In the wintertime, animals left outside can suffer from frostbite and exposure and from dehydration when water sources freeze. Watch for animals in your neighborhood suffering in either extreme, and take action right away. If you live in PETA's hometown, throughout the chilly months, you can pick up free straw for outdoor dogs at PETA's headquarters at 501 Front St. in Norfolk.Be prepared.Take a moment now to make important preparations to safeguard your animals when hurricanes, floods, or other natural disasters strike. Use our disaster checklist to be sure that you don't miss anything.You're behind the wheel when you spot a dog running along the road with no collar. You get the leash from your "Animal Rescue Car Kit"-which also includes cans of dog and cat food, a blanket, and a cardboard cat carrier-and coax him or her over to your car. Now what? Make and keep a list of local animal control agencies and emergency veterinarians in your area, like the one for PETA's hometown below.If you live in Hampton Roads, print out PETA's directory of local animal emergency contacts.Get active.You can also help by lobbying your city council or other legislative body for dog-chaining bans or restrictions, for spay-and-neuter legislation, to get pet shops out of local malls, to make sure that local animal shelters require spaying and neutering before adoption, and by distributing our educational literature. Feel free to contact us for other suggestions. You can make a difference!If you witness cruelty to animals, speak up for those who can't speak for themselves. Report cruelty to your local animal control agencies or to PETA.
I'm not an "expert" although I'm about as close as you can get without being certified, even though I am a young teenager, that aside, my opinion on this would be: It depends …on the type of animal, I think if an animal is in the wild and It belongs there then you can help it by LEAVING it there, like for example, if a baby bird falls out of its nest DO NOT TOUCH IT because if you touch it, it's mother will smell human on its baby and there is no chance of this baby bird being saved. If an animal in the wild is injured, you should find a professional to help it. I have strong opinions on domesticated animals in that THEY ARE NOT TOYS. Many people buy hamsters and guinea pigs and birds and things like that without doing their research. They think they just need food, a cage, and some things to put in the cage.IT IS NEVER THAT SIMPLE. So people can help domesticated animals by. If you are going to buy one, doing ALOT of research. I don't think ANY domesticated animal should be left solely in the care of someone under 10-12ish years of age. Also, people can help animals by, if you are looking for a pet, not only a dog or cat, but also a bird, hamster, guinea pig, rat, or really any pet you can think of, look at shelters or petfinder.com can help, because there are ALWAYS so so so many animals that need to be rescued, and that deserve a loving home. That being said, pet stores are not always very good at taking care of the pets. ALSO never trust a pet store to determine the gender of a small animal because more often than not they are wrong, and 1 hamster turns into 8 hamsters. So stand up for animal rights, encourage people to get pets from rescues (where the proceeds will go to helping more animals to find homes), encourage people to do tons of research before buying a pet, leave animals alone in their habitats, those are just a few of the many ways you can help animals! :)
Animals help in work all over the world, so there are quite a variety of helpers. A few examples: Dogs - Dogs help with search and rescue, as well as …detection of many types of substances. Dogs can assist people as seeing eye dogs, or as companions. Elephants - Elephants are used in construction and farming. They can move and lift very heavy objects. They are also very trainable, and are often used as part of the tourist industry. Horses - Horses are commonly used as forms of transportation. They also pull wagons and carts.