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The city of Chicago should pass a statute giving veterinarians the incentive to offer free spay and neutering services to help protect animals from illnesses, support unwanted behavioral issues, and reduce overpopulation.

This assignment is an Annotated Bibliography for the four sources related to an argument for change. The following aspects are required:
• Title page in APA manuscript format.
• Your revised thesis statement for an argument for change in your community.
• Four primary and secondary sources; one source should be from the Purdue Global Library and one source should be a visual or graphic source.
• At least one source should address an opposing viewpoint or misconception.
Directly below the APA reference citation for each source, provide an annotation paragraph that includes the following:
• Brief summary of the source (no direct quotes from the source) and a parenthetical citation after the summary, e.g., (Smith, 2014)
• Evaluation of the source’s credibility, including the author’s credentials and the verifiability of the source’s information; this should include where you found the source (Library, Google search engine, government website, etc.)
• Discussion about how you will use the source to support your argument for community change.
Thesis: The city of Chicago should pass a statute giving veterinarians the incentive to offer free spay and neutering services to help protect animals from illnesses, support unwanted behavioral issues, and reduce overpopulation.
References:
https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-chicago-animal-shelters-overcrowding-20190702-goomlvcqhrhwzkiqs5i6xo4vka-goomlvcqhrhwzkiqs5i6xo4vka-story.html

McKenna, E., & Light, A. (2004). Animal Pragmatism : Rethinking Human-nonhuman Relationships. Indiana University Press. (PDF attached)
Dean, R., British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Roberts, M., & Stavisky, J. (2018). BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Shelter Medicine : Principles of Health and Welfare in a Multi-animal Environment. BSAVA [British Small Animal Veterinary Association]. (PDF attached)

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