Barking at the neighbours!
Bescherm de sneeuwluipaard, kijk op: http://www.wnf.nl/prooiofroofdier
BB Zareb waiting for his boss.
He wont leave me alone,
only when my partner and my son comes close he leave...
but just for a short moment.
Hi! I’ve formed a great relationship with one of the world’s top dog training gurus. He’s mastered a way of training dogs that delivers incredible results, often in just minutes, using no harsh methods at all. He’s agreed to give me free access to his library of dog and puppy training videos and together we’ve created the Doggy Tips Video Series. It’s made up of 5 great Top Dog Tips, full of neat tricks and expert advice that just have to be shared. Below is a link to the first free video which is all about keeping your dog out of the kitchen – a very common problem – and the solution is amazingly simple:
Holiday Feast - 13 Dogs and 1 Cat Eating with Human Hands
courtesy of FreshPet -- use hashtag #FreshpetFeast on Twitter or
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Too cute to ignore.... and Merry Christmas --
Keep Christ in Christmas
Boeke en Frouck Terschelling Winter
Merry Christmas everybody...
when I used to work in nightshifts and came home at dawn my doggy always started cuddling my ass off
Suffering for months from a severe case of intervertebral disk disease common to dachshunds with long torsos, Patrick shows his proud owner that he is finally on the road to recovery after starting an organic sulfur regimen where he's given a half teaspoon of the supplement in his food bowl on a daily basis.
Like their human counterparts, cats and dogs are likely to suffer from chronic joint pain and arthritis during their lives. Many natural health practitioners believe the pure crystalline form of organic sulfur is the most potent form of methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) that can quickly help your beloved pets gain relief from such pain and discomfort. The suggested dosage of MSM is extremely low: unless you own a very large dog weighing over 100 pounds, their organic sulfur dose is invariably no more than a teaspoon a day in their food or water bowls.
Many commercially available MSM powders, tablets, and pills have been heated to very high temperatures, contain disruptive anti-caking agents or fillers that prevent the full uptake of sulfur, or are made with ingredients such as magnesium stearate and dextrose that may be sourced from genetically engineered corn.
Recognizing that consumers and their pets need a healthy alternative, Organic Sulfur For Health distributes and promotes a pure crystalline product that comes straight from the precipitator and has not been heated or damaged by the inclusion of fillers or agents.
A puppy was abandoned at birth, and now an unexpected mom is stepping in to help. FOX 8's Annette Lawless shows us the touching story an unlikely mother giving a dog a second chance at life.
Winter of 2010 - One morning, where I lived, in Salmon Arm, B.C. Canada
Here is a WONDERFUL story of a very special boy and his very special dog.
Pandas are solitary animals, and rarely form groups in the wild, so this huddle of 14 cubs is a really special occasion!
The babies were filmed last year after being bred artificially in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. Normally, a female only gives birth to one cub, but this July a female called Juxiao had triplets and they all survived, which is a world first.
So what would you call a group of panda cubs?
Well, a pack of bears is called a sleuth or sloth, but pandas are kind of special and get their own collective names to choose from:
A bamboo of pandas,
An embarrassment of pandas,
A cupboard of pandas.
Bamboo I can understand, but I’m not sure where embarrassment comes from?
Cupboard is apparently the official zoological term after a heated debate at a Royal Society symposium in 1866. Before that people were saying things like a spoonful or a dream of pandas.
But a cupboard of baby pandas doesn’t sound quite right to me, although it does have a cute mental image. Personally I would call them a pod of pandalings or just a mischief!
The spider is a male Maratus speciosus (Coastal peacock spider) and this is its way to appeal to a potential female mate (the brown spider at the end). It is approximately 4 mm in length and inhabits coastal dunes near Perth in Western Australia. There are many equally colourful spiders in Australia that do something similar, have a look at the other videos on my channel. However the asymmetric and staccato legwork of this one is unique, and so are the clown face and orange hairs on its back. Hard to believe but there is no footage of this species yet in any wildlife documentary and although it has been known since 1874, it was not until I photographed and filmed it recently that the world took notice. If you are after a scientific paper that I coauthored this spider's courtship you can download 119.1 from the Peckhamia website http://peckhamia.com/peckhamia_numbers.html
Thanks to David Knowles from Perth for providing me with the spiders shown in this clip.
Check out also my other peacock spider videos https://www.youtube.com/user/Peacockspiderman/videos I have filmed 11 species so far, all with different behaviour and colour patterns. And If you want to be the first to hear about my new discoveries in the peacock spider world I invite you to visit my Facebook page
Still images of this spider on flickr:
For still photographs of other peacock spiders check out my flickr collection:
Filming, editing and music selection: Jurgen Otto
Equipment"Canon 60D and 100 mm macro lens.
Music in order of appearance:
Fossils (Graham Pagano)
Didgeridingo (David Anstey)
All music from stockmusicsite.com
Still images of this spider on flickr:
Recently I observed an immature of this species performing a similar dance, check it out on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=656202331156558&set=vb.308773592566102&type=2&theater
David Hill and I described this phenomenon in Peckhama 122.1 which you can download from the Peckhamia website http://peckhamia.com/peckhamia_numbers.html