Two Response Posts (RP).

Respond to two other students’ or instructor
RPs should be 150-250 words
Add new content, a distinction, or hypothesis and
demonstrate how this new information makes the topic thread more
Draw attention to a consideration that has been
neglected, and demonstrate how this new information motivates clearer
understanding of the topic
Students should contribute to the discussion based on
their course acquired knowledge in a meaningful way. Posts that simply agree
with the IP will not be graded.
Responses will be graded for content, length, and level
of introspectiondiscussion 1The thing that sticks out to me in this image is that this appears to be a
service dog.  There is an ethical relationship between a client and a service
dog.  Service dogs are put through extensive training.  Before a service dog can
be released from training they must prove to be emotionally sound and mature.
 Their health is screened to make sure they are physically healthy and
physically strong enough to take what a client might need them to do.  Some
service dogs have to bear the weight of the client in part of their service.
 The ethical issue that comes into play for the client is that all service dogs
have the right to live a quality life.  The relationship that evolves between a
service dog and the client or owner is one of trust and love.  You can see this
in the image.  The man in the pool is showing his affection for the dog and the
dog is showing his affection in return.  A service dog is not just a dog, but
becomes part of the family.  The client or owner has the ethical obligation to
provide for the service dog. The client or owner has the obligation to provide
for the service dogs emotional and physical support.  If you think about it a
service dog can be responsible for saving someones life and wouldn’t you treat
someone that saved you life or could save you life with the utmost respect and
love.  I feel that service dogs love the client as much as they are loved also.discussion 2For this week’s discussion post, I have chosen to look over image B, with the
Swimmer holding the Dog and both responding to each other in caring ways.  The
dog has run up to the swimmer and is leaning their head down to the swimmer.  I
think this is a good indication of caring because the dog is standing with the
swimmer away from everyone else, and has its full attention on the swimmer.  The
swimmer has their hand on the dog’s side and is holding him close.  The swimmer
is about to or has kissed the dog on the head demonstrating that they care for
the dog.  I think both of these actions by the swimmer show that they care for
the dog, and that they have a close and caring relationship with each other. 
These acts can relate to their character traits and also their moral character.
Character traits are a readiness to act in a certain way or manner, where moral
character is indicative of the type of person who habitually acts in a certain
manner that will be praised due to upholding higher standards (Purtilo 79). Both
the dog and the swimmer are showing character traits as well as moral character
by the way they act toward each other non-verbally.  The dog is with the swimmer
and giving their attention to the swimmer while in a crowded room with a lot of
visual and auditory stimulus.  The swimmer is holding and petting the dog while
leaning up to kiss the dog’s forehead.  They are both showing their character
traits  in how they are acting as well as their moral characters by acting in a
way of higher standards in regard to the caring bond they seem to haveV


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