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working animals: therapy, service, police, army, navy, search and rescue

working animals: therapy, service, police, army, navy, search and rescue

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  • 1. Working Animals
    By: Megan Pellman
    Silver Creek High School
    Spring 2011
  • 2. History
    Animals used for labor, hunting, food, clothing, etc.
    Technology increases the uses we have for animals
    Therapy, guide, police, army, navy, etc.
  • 3. Therapy
    Dogs, Horses, Dolphins
    No laws
    Motivational, aids muscles and speed of recovery of mental/emotional and physical illness
    Mostly children
    Known to relieve stress
  • 4. Therapy Dogs
    Live with child
    Early warning about seizures or other medical attacks
    Help guide across streets, flip switches on medical equipment to save lives
  • 5. Therapy Horses
    Miniature horses and regular sized horses
    Schools, hospitals, riding areas
    Aid physical growth, allows child to practice speech, balance, etc
    fun
  • 6. Therapy Dolphins
    Motivational
    Gives rewards
    Helps attention span, motivation, motor skills, thinking, and others in children
  • 7. Research
    Research has proven that animals bring emotional relief, cheeriness, and overall better physical health when they are around people
  • 8. Service
    Dogs, Horses, Monkeys, etc.
    Has laws, but people take advantage of them
    Blindness, mental, seizures, etc.
    Helps with basic things: opening doors, fetch packages, turn lights on or off, call someone
    Animal stays with owner throughout its life
    Extensive training, trained according to owner
  • 9. Names
    Service-legal term
    Assistance
    Mobility
    Walker
    Support
    Guide
  • 10. Service Dog
    Trained individually
    Not to be petted on the job
    Aids variety of disabilities including blindness, arthritis, and autism
  • 11. Service Horse
    Long lived
    Natural herding instinct
    Better for people with allergies to dogs, cynophobia, and are horse animals
  • 12. Service Monkey
    Capuchin monkey
    Carefully placed
    Helps paralyzed, or people with severe mobility impairment
  • 13. Against
    Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) requires that service animals be allowed wherever their owners want to go
    Many public places are refusing service animals entrance
    People are committing fraud, they create fake identification and pass their animals off as service animals allowing them access
    Many people are attacking diseases that service animals may have
  • 14. Variety
    Many different types of service animal
    Parrots, goats, pigs, cats, ferrets, an iguana, and a duck
    Dogs, horses, monkeys
  • 15. Jobs
    Military, Navy, Police, Search and Rescue
    Dogs, Horses, Pigeons, Dolphins, etc
    Detect drugs, bombs, dead, injured, ships, and odor recognition
  • 16. Police Dog
    Help drowning people, abductions, finding lost elderly, find dead, explosives, and drugs
    K9 units
    Most come from shelters or are bred specifically
  • 17. Police Horse
    Uses in cities and parks
    Able to move more freely and faster
    In the beginning there was only one rented horse
  • 18. Army
    Dogs follow scents, find people, dead or alive, and find explosives
    Horses were used for cavalry
  • 19. Navy
    Bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions
    Sonar and water vision
    Find underwater mines, rescue lost naval swimmers
  • 20. Pigeons
    Used to deliver messages: in rough land and in other places
    Navy and Army
    Some became war heroes
  • 21. Search and Rescue
    Bloodhounds, German Shephards, Labrador retrievers, Newfoundlands, St. Bernards
    Trail or Air scent
    Help find lost people in woods, water, snow, and major catastrophes
  • 22. Rescue
    Animals and People rescue each other from dangerous situations all the time.
    Heroic stories from animals leaping into the water to save a drowning person
    People rescuing animals from bad fates
  • 23. hello

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