Working Animals
• By: Megan Pellman
• Silver Creek High School
• Spring 2011
History
• Animals used for labor,
hunting, food, clothing,
etc.
• Technology increases
the uses we have for
animals
• Ther...
Therapy
• Dogs, Horses, Dolphins
• No laws
• Motivational, aids muscles and speed of
recovery of mental/emotional and phys...
Therapy Dogs
• Live with child
• Early warning about
seizures or other
medical attacks
• Help guide across
streets, flip s...
Therapy Horses
• Miniature horses and
regular sized horses
• Schools, hospitals,
riding areas
• Aid physical growth,
allow...
Therapy Dolphins
• Motivational
• Gives rewards
• Helps attention span,
motivation, motor skills,
thinking, and others in
...
Research
• Research has proven
that animals bring
emotional relief,
cheeriness, and overall
better physical health
when th...
Service
• Dogs, Horses, Monkeys, etc.
• Has laws, but people take advantage of them
• Blindness, mental, seizures, etc.
• ...
Names
• Service-legal term
• Assistance
• Mobility
• Walker
• Support
• Guide
Service Dog
• Trained individually
• Not to be petted on the
job
• Aids variety of
disabilities including
blindness, arthr...
Service Horse
• Long lived
• Natural herding instinct
• Better for people with
allergies to dogs,
cynophobia, and are
hors...
Service Monkey
• Capuchin monkey
• Carefully placed
• Helps paralyzed, or
people with severe
mobility impairment
Against
• Americans with
Disabilities Act (A.D.A.)
requires that service
animals be allowed
wherever their owners
want to ...
Variety
• Many different types of
service animal
• Parrots, goats, pigs,
cats, ferrets, an iguana,
and a duck
• Dogs, hors...
Jobs
• Military, Navy, Police,
Search and Rescue
• Dogs, Horses, Pigeons,
Dolphins, etc
• Detect drugs, bombs,
dead, injur...
Police Dog
• Help drowning people,
abductions, finding lost
elderly, find dead,
explosives, and drugs
• K9 units
• Most co...
Police Horse
• Uses in cities and parks
• Able to move more
freely and faster
• In the beginning there
was only one rented...
Army
• Dogs follow scents, find
people, dead or alive,
and find explosives
• Horses were used for
cavalry
Navy
• Bottlenose dolphins and
California sea lions
• Sonar and water vision
• Find underwater mines,
rescue lost naval
sw...
Pigeons
• Used to deliver
messages: in rough land
and in other places
• Navy and Army
• Some became war
heroes
Search and Rescue
• Bloodhounds, German
Shephards, Labrador
retrievers,
Newfoundlands, St.
Bernards
• Trail or Air scent
•...
Rescue
• Animals and People
rescue each other from
dangerous situations all
the time.
• Heroic stories from
animals leapin...
hello
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  1. 1. Working Animals • By: Megan Pellman • Silver Creek High School • Spring 2011
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 6. Therapy Dolphins • Motivational • Gives rewards • Helps attention span, motivation, motor skills, thinking, and others in children
  7. 7. Research • Research has proven that animals bring emotional relief, cheeriness, and overall better physical health when they are around people
  8. 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. 9. Names • Service-legal term • Assistance • Mobility • Walker • Support • Guide
  10. 10. Service Dog • Trained individually • Not to be petted on the job • Aids variety of disabilities including blindness, arthritis, and autism
  11. 11. Service Horse • Long lived • Natural herding instinct • Better for people with allergies to dogs, cynophobia, and are horse animals
  12. 12. Service Monkey • Capuchin monkey • Carefully placed • Helps paralyzed, or people with severe mobility impairment
  13. 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. 14. Variety • Many different types of service animal • Parrots, goats, pigs, cats, ferrets, an iguana, and a duck • Dogs, horses, monkeys
  15. 15. Jobs • Military, Navy, Police, Search and Rescue • Dogs, Horses, Pigeons, Dolphins, etc • Detect drugs, bombs, dead, injured, ships, and odor recognition
  16. 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. 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. 18. Army • Dogs follow scents, find people, dead or alive, and find explosives • Horses were used for cavalry
  19. 19. Navy • Bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions • Sonar and water vision • Find underwater mines, rescue lost naval swimmers
  20. 20. Pigeons • Used to deliver messages: in rough land and in other places • Navy and Army • Some became war heroes
  21. 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. 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. 23. hello

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