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This time we prepared the cutest hacks possible because it’s all about our favorite pets!
We love our pets and care of them and always want the best for our little cuties but you don’t need to spend tons of money. Find out cheap and cool tips we prepared in our video!
Are pet toys too expensive? The answer is recycling! Why? There are a lot of reasons and the first one is that is a way to help the environment. You not only save money but also help the environment by reducing waste.
We will show you how to make cat or dog feeders from simple plastic bottles.
Save the tubes from your toilet paper rolls, and you can make anything from a cool ball.
Make DIY pet grooming gloves, the only thing you need is rubber dishwashing gloves and make little hot glue dots all over them
Use a piece of paper and a thread to make cute little origami butterflies.
How many old clothes do you have at home? Upcycle into something cool: turn an old sweatshirt and jeans into a bed for your dog; transform your old socks into a cat sweater. What a sweet idea! Old t-shirts could be transformed into a cat house! Your cat will totally love abed made out of a cardboard box and an old t-shirt.
Find out an unexpected use of sandpaper!
Are you tired of scratched corners and furniture in your home? We will show you how to make a cool DIY claw sharpener for your cat. All you need is a piece of wood, and an old piece of carpet, and a piece of rotang rope. It won’t take much effort but your cat gonna love the result.
Sometimes it’s so difficult to take awesome pictures of your cat or dog because they usually ignore the camera. We have a genius solution, make a very simple device! Watch our video to see how to use your phone and ball to attract the attention of your lovely pet.
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12 Paw-sitively Creative DIY Crafts & DIY Pet Hacks / Simple Life Hacks

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Free Guide! Food Hacks for Pet Health – TCVM Veterinary Food Therapy

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If you’re interested in Eastern food therapy and what it has to offer, then I’ve got great news for you. If you want to learn about warming foods and cooling foods and neutral foods and how to combine foods so that you can create energetic balance for your pet, then I’ve got a simple solution for you. We’ve got this book called the Pet Owners Guide to Eastern Food Therapy and Your Pet.

You can download it now and learn all those things and more. You can learn how to feed your pet when they have a hot disease like a dog that itches with allergies. That’s heat. What do we do? We want to balance that pet so we feed energetically cooling foods.

It’s a pretty simple concept. It’s the same reason why when you eat a jalapeno pepper and you get that burning sensation inside you. We have cucumbers in our water because they’re cooling.

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5 Summer Equestrian Life Hacks! | THAT’S THE SPIRIT

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Rosa and Halle let us in on some great summer equestrian life hacks, just in time to beat the heat! Check out how to keep those pesky flies away, how to make horse-friendly popsicles, and more!




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Modifying Hang on Back Filters – Aquarium Hacks

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– Here is the DIY filter pad for your hang on back filters. These modifications and hacks for your aquarium filters do work I promise. These two pads I swear by. Here are the two links:

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Yes, but I always preferred reverse flow under gravel filters. Easier to maintain with all the biological filtration of standard flow. they’re a maintenance headache because it just means you have to vacuum the gravel more. also you can’t use them with sand really….its the old school method and many fish stores still use them because they can drive many tanks off a single air system. sponge filters are a more appropriate modern equivalent, but they aren’t quite as “hidden”, for most tanks at home you’d just use a hob or canister.

I won’t setup an aquarium without one. I’ve been using them for over 30 years. I do not vacuum my gravel at all. I use power heads instead of bubble flow. I use canister filters, filtration twice the capacity of the tank and typically the tanks will run 5 years or better never being cleaned.

I been using them for years as well with powerheads and a canisters. I’m still a die hard fan but I did set up a dirted 5 1/2 planted tank a few months ago without UGF. Wouldn’t work in that application!

The other thing that scares me….look under the bottom of the plates….like if you can go to a fish store with tanks on open frames where you can see the bottom glass….look up at the nastiness that collects under the plates that you cant ever remove. “Old tank syndrome” comes to mind. Mysterious tank problems ahoy. I am good on uncleanable dirt traps.

The undergravel filter is so good at trapping dirt in the substrate, where it MUST be stirred up, disturbing the nitrogen cycle, that many aquarium stores do NOT sell it anymore! Let that sink it the next time somebody recommends this antediluvian filtration. BTW, how many public aquariums use undergravel filters? If the professionals don’t use them anymore, why should you?

Most super large tanks like at aquariums should have sumps or various types of closed loop filtration. small tanks are easiest to run on HOB. Canisters can solve the problem on medium size tanks but people often neglect them more as well. At least they can be properly cleaned unlike undergravels.

I used a reverse flow undergravel filter for years and it worked fine without being a crud trap. In fact, it kept the gravel pretty clean, when I vacuumed the gravel that was not over the plate it was pretty cruddy, over the plate it came out nice and clean.

I used them in tanks for years about 20 years ago. To me it functioned like a sump but takes up space inside tank. I use canister filters these days providing the bio filter in media there. The undergravel filters worked fine and people always exclaimed how clean my tank looked. Key was to use a good flow power head and never touch it. Not meant to be cleaned so it can be a biofilter.

I have just started looking at them, and reading mixed reviews. I wanted practical knowledge from people who have used them. The more I am looking into it, it doesn’t work the way I thought they would.

if you want all the fish poop and bad stuff traped under your rocks then go ahead and use it.. lol i used to use them when i was younger but found that all they do is trap the bad stuff under the rocks and in order to clean it out you have to tear the tank apart.. imo they suck and would never go back to using them.

I dont recall that one.. that’s terrible. I did that once. Had a pipe burst on me. Flooded my apartment. Killed one of my fish and then my mbuna spit her fry lost like 50 something fish due to it.

I build maintain and service tanks for a living and been keeping fish all my life and trust me undergravel filtration is highly underrated into 224 gallon saltwater aquariums ran completely by undergravel filtration I have some of the more difficult fish to keep thriving in there including pair of Emperor Angels Fairground sweetlips for Moorish idols and every other decorative Tang angel that you can think of both in full tanks running on only undergravel filtration for the past 18 years so I’m pretty sure it works. It’s cute how everyone’s an expert all the time and I’m constantly defending myself….this is ALL I do.

I would not use in reef. But sensitive fish seem to do better in undergravel. I even had 3-300 gal shark/Ray tubs running undergravel only. Don’t believe the hype they can work magnificent if done and maintained right.

FLORIDA DAY IN MY LIFE- Morning Rituals & Dog training HACKS! VLOGMAS 2018

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For today’s vlog, I shared my tips for training your dog! I love to teach my corgi, Ellie, new tricks and she gets so excited to learn new ones. I hope you enjoy seeing a typical day in my life.


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HAMSTER HACKS | Cheaper Alternatives To Pet Store Small Animal Supplies!

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How To Make Fish Less Fishy (Chemistry Life Hacks)

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Reactions is back with more chemistry life hacks for you! This week we’re all about the science of fish smell. Freshly caught fish is delicious. But after a day or two, that filet in your fridge smells a little fishier, thanks to a stinky molecule known as trimethylamine. Is there any hope? This week, find out how to make fish taste and smell less fishy with chemistry. Learn about the amino acids that give fresh fish its sweet and savory flavor, and get three chemistry-backed tricks to cut down the fishy taste and smell.

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Show Series: Tips + Hacks | Equestrian Prep

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6 Best Bank Fishing Hacks – Catch fish from the bank

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6 best bank fishing hacks to catch fish from shore.

1) Build a depth finder with a fishing tackle and a water bottle. Carp fishermen call this a marker float. Marker floats allow you to measure the water depth while bank fishing. You can buy marker floats for measuring the water depth from the bank at or you can build your own marker float. DIY marker float.

2) Cast accurately to the same spot every time while fishing from shore. Using a line clip to cast accurately is nothing new. You can also use distance sticks (Two sticks driven in the ground 10 feet apart) to measure the distance to a given location out in the water, then record the distance, mark your line and hit that spot every time you come back to fish.

3) Protect your fishing line from wind and boats (Make your own back lead). You can buy professionally made specialty back leads at or you can make your own with a paperclip.

4) DIY free rod holder – never lose your rod. A straight smooth strong stick is all you need while bank fishing.

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5 Equestrian Hacks (Budget Equestrian)

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Hello awesome equestrians! I have 5 different equestrian related hacks for you that might make things a little bit easier (and affordable) for you as a budget equestrian.
Having a passion for horses can be expensive, but there are ways that you can save money and that is what I am going to show you in today’s video.
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