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Duringmy research, I reviewed various online and thesis publications on dogrelated maladies. Specifically, the research entailed online sitessuch as dogheirs.com, smartdogs.wordpress.com, vet street.competmd.com,http://www.science.gov/topicpages/ c/canine+degenerative +myelopathy. Other sources included the various thesesdone on motor unit characterization in canine degenerativemyelopathy: a disease model for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis andRisk factors for motor neuron diseases genes, environment andlifestyle (Appleton,Nancy and Jacobs 36).
Atsmart dog, and dogheirs.com, I learnt the extant relationship betweendogs and humans. Humans refer to dogs as their faithful friends.Consequently, humans like to stay with dogs as pets. The sourcegenerated my interest in dogs as a friend to the humans. At vetstreet.com and petmed.com, I learnt the various ways to take care ofdogs as pets. I also happened to research on the various diseases,their causes and possible remedies. Subsequently, I read about theALS and degenerative myelopathy in dogs. Consequently, I made moreefforts to understand the disease, the symptoms and long-term effectson canines. At science.Gov, I learned the similarity of theconditions in causing a decline in motor functions in dogs. Thesource created more interest to narrow down on the cause effectsincluding the possible remedies of the diseases. Consequently, I readon various thesis conducted about ALS and Degenerative Myelopathy.Specifically, I was interested in the contributing factors for thedevelopment of the disease. I studied the current research conductedon the contributors towards the development of the ALS Disease inhumans and the Degenerative Myelopathy disease in dogs. I found aresearch gap on the contribution of the environment towards thecauses of the diseases
Thisled to the research question, what role does environment play?
Appleton,Nancy, and G. N. Jacobs. StoppingInflammation: Relieving the Cause of Degenerative Diseases.Garden City Park: Square One, 2005. Print.