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Explore Table of Contents

Below is a list of the different resources we’ve created to help YOU.
Understanding Your Animal from a Science
Chapter 1
How to train your dog and cat
Chapter 2
Introduction to sit and stay and why it matters
Chapter 3
Introduction to jogging with your dog and fundament commands
Chapter 4
Why fasting for your dog is actually okay
Chapter 5
Conclusion to training your pet
Chapter 6
Chapter 1

Understanding Your Pet

Pet owners all know how vital it is to have their health at the top of our minds. We try to do everything we can to keep them healthy to help ensure they will live into old age.

Getting your dog or cat to do just about anything

There are several hurdles that felons face in society today. Some find it hard to keep friends due to the stigma that comes with having a record, while others battle with the temptation of taking up old habits.
However, the biggest challenge felons face is finding stable employment. With a job, they’re able to stay financially independent, making it harder to fall back to the life of crime that poverty might push them into.
To have a better understanding of why it’s difficult for felons to find jobs, here’s a long list:

Bias and Stereotype

The most common reason several companies don’t hire felons is because of bias and stereotypes. It is believed that felons are dishonest people who are prone to commit crimes at work.

Employers are quick to link a felon’s bad record with bad personality traits. Their belief is that felons never change and are susceptible to a life of crime. Even worse is that they associate violence with felonies, regardless of the nature of the crime or whether the felon was guilty of it or not.

Reputation

There is also the worry that the felon might commit another offense which will land them in jail. If that happens, there will be a shortage of workers without notice, causing the company to start the hiring process all over again.

Business owners are very particular about the reputation of their brands. It is no surprise that they turn their noses up at felons. They worry about how the public would react to their decision.

There is the possibility of backlash, which can ultimately damage the company’s reputation. A damaged reputation will undoubtedly lead to a loss of business.

Also, if employers hire a felon that causes trouble at work, the public can view it as reckless and negligent. Inadvertently, it will destroy whatever integrity they have with the public.

Many employers don’t hire felons because of legal liability issues. If a felon commits a crime at work, the company can be held liable for the situation.


Being nice to your animal

Another place to look for felon-friendly jobs is our felon-friendly job board.

We’ve created this job board in an effort to allow employers to come to us directly and post job listings for those with a criminal history.

These employers have submitted these job listings to give you a fair chance and whether the job listings are full-time or part-time, they’re specifically tailored to ex-convicts who are trying to get a job to support themselves and their families.

Chapter 2

Animal Training

Training your pet depends greatly on the type of pet you have.

Reputation

Many employers don’t hire felons because of legal liability issues. If a felon commits a crime at work, the company can be held liable for the situation. In trying to sort out the legal processes, the company can spend lots of money in damages.

Therefore, companies will hold back from hiring felons, whether or not they’ve changed their ways.

Reputation

Many employers don’t hire felons because of legal liability issues. If a felon commits a crime at work, the company can be held liable for the situation. In trying to sort out the legal processes, the company can spend lots of money in damages.

Therefore, companies will hold back from hiring felons, whether or not they’ve changed their ways.

Chapter 3

Treats and Goodies

As a pet parent, you want to make sure your pet’s treats are just as healty as they are delicious. We’ve got the perfect ones for your little one.

The animal Community

Another place to look for felon-friendly jobs is our felon-friendly job board.

We’ve created this job board in an effort to allow employers to come to us directly and post job listings for those with a criminal history.

These employers have submitted these job listings to give you a fair chance and whether the job listings are full-time or part-time, they’re specifically tailored to ex-convicts who are trying to get a job to support themselves and their families.

Chapter 4

Good Training Tips

Training your pet depends greatly on the type of pet you have.

Chapter 5

More Animal Help

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