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  1. 1. Stray Dogs in Moscow<br />Group Members:<br />Charles Power<br />Julia Crooijmans<br />Rebecca Lvov<br />Jessica Beighle<br />Marlene Moser<br />
  2. 2. What is a Stray Dog?<br /><ul><li>A dog that lives on the street
  3. 3. That looks for food
  4. 4. A dog that is normally untidy and dirty
  5. 5. Not domestic
  6. 6. Some are once loved
  7. 7. Begs for food
  8. 8. Usually puppies don’t survive</li></li></ul><li>Why are there so many stray dogs?<br /><ul><li>Dogs kicked out of homes
  9. 9. Wild dogs
  10. 10. Multiply - people can’t sterilize all stray dogs
  11. 11. Used to Moscow’s environment
  12. 12. Very skilled
  13. 13. A lot of trash-food</li></li></ul><li>Problems Arising From Stray Dogs<br />Dangerous diseases <br />More and more bites and attacks<br />70 bites per day<br />20,000 people bitten last year<br /> Mostly bitten in parks<br />Streets of Moscow dirty<br />81 stray dogs per 8 square miles<br />
  14. 14. Solutions from Management of Stray Dogs <br />city budget was $30,000,000 to build 15 shelters last year – not enough<br />thousands of strays rounded up every year <br />some private shelters-ok, conditions in some government shelters – bad<br />environment police trying hard to get dogs off streets after many attacks<br />strays caught and killed sometimes<br />
  15. 15. dogs removed, others come<br />many rats if dogs removed<br />made policy on counting, catching, sterilizing – last year<br /> strays put in pounds – small effect<br />“It’s not really easy to completely move the dogs off the streets, I guess we just have to… learn how to live with them.” - Alexei Vereshchagin <br />
  16. 16. B.I.M.<br />As a field trip we visited a shelter called B.I.M. There we were able to see how bad conditions were for some strays before they were rescued. After going to B.I.M., we realized that people need to help minimize the population of strays. Some shelters, unlike B.I.M., don’t help strays in need, and conditions are terrible. Stray dogs in Moscow is a huge problem that needs attention. Stray dogs right near the elementary field<br />
  17. 17. Below you will find a letter we sent to B.I.M. after our visit<br /> March 26, 2010<br /> Dear Sir,<br /> Thank you for letting us visit your shelter. The shelter is very clean and tidy. It doesn’t really smell a lot which is good. We think all the dogs were in good condition. It’s good that all dogs are sterilized. It’s very good that you let the dogs walk outside even though the space was not that big.<br /> You gave us a lot of helpful information that we will use during our exhibition. Most of the dogs were nice and friendly. If we could have an opportunity to come back we would love to.<br /> <br /> <br /> Sincerely, <br /> Julia, Marlene, and Rebecca<br />
  18. 18. Action Plan<br />Our action plan was to make a fictional diary of a stray dog to share the information we have learned and to raise awareness of the problem of strays in Moscow.<br /> The main character in the diary is a dog named Maxim. In the story Maxim is the one who is “writing” the diary. It talks about his everyday life. During the diary he meets a couple friends (stray dogs). <br />After we wrote the book we made our very own illustrations. <br />
  19. 19. Steps We Have Taken<br />1st grade assembly-<br /> We read Diary of a Stray Dog at the first grade assembly. The first graders had a lot of questions and were very interested in what we had to say.<br />2nd and 3rd grade assembly-<br />We also read the Diary of a Stray Dog at the 2nd and 3rd grade assembly. We had a huge impact on them and someone even wrote a poem about it and another student continued the dog diary in his personal writing journal. One other student even wanted to purchase a copy of the book.<br />
  20. 20. Steps We Will Take<br />After exhibition is over we will continue to work on publishing the book. We will create book order forms for:<br /> personal student orders <br />each elementary classroom <br />the library<br />The company we are using to publish our book is called Nationwide Learning.<br />The cost to pre-order the book will be $15. 95 to cover the cost of publishing and shipping.<br />
  21. 21. © 2010 - All rights Reserved<br /><br />Another<br />Stray Dogs<br />Presentation<br />
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  23. 23. 50:50<br />15<br />$1 Million<br />Welcome toWho Wants to be a Millionaire<br />Moscow Stray Dogs Edition <br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  24. 24. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  25. 25. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />What does a stray dog look like?<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />C: Dirty and alert<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Clean and polite<br />B: Ears down white fur<br />D: Curled hair, angry all the time <br />C: Dirty and alert <br />
  26. 26. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  27. 27. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />What is the original Russian breed of a stray dog?<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />D: Laika <br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Dobberman<br />B: Basset<br /> C: St Bernard<br />D: Laika<br />
  28. 28. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  29. 29. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many stray dogs are there in Moscow?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />B: 35,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 100<br /> B: 35,000<br /> C: 40,000<br />D: 1,000<br />
  30. 30. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  31. 31. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many dog shelters are there in Moscow?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />B: 15<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 20<br />B: 15<br /> C: 10<br />D: 5<br />
  32. 32. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  33. 33. 15<br />$1 Million<br />How many dogs are strays from generation to generation?<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />A: 90%<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 90% <br />B: 100%<br />C: 50%<br />D: 28%<br />
  34. 34. Congratulations!<br />Congratulations!<br />Congratulations!<br />You’ve Reached<br />the $1,000<br />Milestone!<br />
  35. 35. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  36. 36. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many strays were not from pet shops?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />C: 50%<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 100%<br />B: 59%<br />C: 50%<br />D: 10%<br />
  37. 37. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  38. 38. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many dogs that became strays were lost or left behind?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />C: 1%<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 10%<br />B: 100%<br />C: 1%<br />D: 65%<br />
  39. 39. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  40. 40. 15<br />$1 Million<br />The city gets a large amount of what animal if strays are removed?<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />D: Rats<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Mice<br /> B: Cougars<br /> C: Cats<br />D: Rats<br />
  41. 41. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  42. 42. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />Last year a policy was made on: <br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />A: Counting, catching, <br />sterilizing <br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />B: Catching, killing<br />A: Counting, catching, sterilizing<br />C: Catching, putting in pounds<br />D: Counting, trained as police dogs<br />
  43. 43. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  44. 44. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many strays are rounded up every year?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />B: Thousands<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Millions<br /> B: Thousands<br />C: Hundreds<br />D: Ten thousand<br />
  45. 45. Congratulations!<br />Congratulations!<br />Congratulations!<br />You’ve Reached<br />the $32,000<br />Milestone!<br />
  46. 46. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  47. 47. 15<br />$1 Million<br />Who is trying hard to get stray dogs off the streets after more and more attacks<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />D: Environment Police<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Our Exhibition Group<br />B: Dog Lovers inc.<br />D: Environment Police<br />C: Military<br />
  48. 48. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  49. 49. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />How many stray dogs are there per square mile?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />D: 81<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 100<br />B: 42<br />D: 81<br />C: 24<br />
  50. 50. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  51. 51. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />What happens when people start feeding stray dogs?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />A: Stray dogs get aggressive<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: Stray dogs get aggressive<br />B: Stray dogs get scared<br />C: Stray dogs get happy<br />D: Stray dogs get sad<br />
  52. 52. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  53. 53. 15<br />$1 Million<br />In 2006 about how many people got bitten by a stray dog in Moscow?<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />D: 20,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: 100 people <br />B: 10,000 people<br />C: 35,000 people<br />D: 20,000 people <br />
  54. 54. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />1<br />$100<br />
  55. 55. 15<br />$1 Million<br />14<br />$500,000<br />13<br />$250,000<br />Why do people call stray dogs in Moscow smart?<br />12<br />$125,000<br />11<br />$64,000<br />10<br />$32,000<br />9<br />$16,000<br />8<br />$8,000<br />7<br />$4,000<br />B: They can ride the metro<br />6<br />$2,000<br />5<br />$1,000<br />4<br />$500<br />3<br />$300<br />2<br />$200<br />50:50<br />1<br />$100<br />A: They can bite people<br />B: They can ride the metro <br />C: They can find there own food <br />D: They can find a place to live<br />