Views:4061|Rating:0.83|View Time:1:11Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:5 We was unable to get to the Horse Ranch the day of the Tornado due to downed trees and debris on the roads.
This video is the best shot of the area which was taken on April 23, 2011
7 Days after the Tornadoes struck Sanford, N.C.
We would like to send out our prayers to the victims of the Tornado outbreak in Alabama and Georgia. Over 200 People have died in that one so far.
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Rounder, a Rhodesian Ridgeback rescue, demonstrates how to teach your dog to ring the bell to go outside. This is a good alternative behavior to train to prevent your dog from scratching at the door to go outside. Also, you know your dog has to go out, even when you’re not in the same room. You can also use an electric doorbell (the bell plugs into the wall; the ringer can be mounted anywhere).
NOTE: you can skip the blue tape on the target and just have your dog target the bell in your hand. That is a quicker way of teaching this behavior. Once he targets the bell in your hand on cue, put it on the door and follow the rest of the steps in the video. I like using a target stick and blue tape because they are both useful for teaching other behaviors. For example, you can use a target stick to teach spin, bow (slide the stick on the ground back between the dog’s front legs) & crawl (when the dog is in a down, slowly slide the stick away from them on the ground). You can use the blue tape to teach the dog to close a door or drawer (touch) and as a body placement target.
I made this video for my sister, Lydia, and her beautiful dog, Belle.
Views:6454|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:18Minutes|Likes:29|Dislikes:0 Chase & Rounder, 2 ridgeback rescues, work on impulse control and name recognition. Our distance behaviors are a bit sloppy here, but they did well with their impulse control so I was happy. I treated early because these exercises are relatively new to us and I wanted to reinforce (Chase seemed tentative on his stand). Also, it was a hot day and this was the end of our session. These games started with making one dog wait while I let the other go out the door. After seeing the practical applications, I decided to make it more challenging. Both boys will hold a down stay while the other one works nearby. I wanted to make it more difficult by having them both work at the same time. It is definately a work in progress but it’s fun watching them learn and grow. Please, show me what you do with your dogs and post a video response.
Views:73|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:12Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Carolina Pet Care, P.A. in Asheville, NC is dedicated to providing quality veterinary services for your beloved small animal companion. To interact with this ypVideo 360 Virtual Tour click here –
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This unique property offers a rare opportunity for buyers who want both waterfront and acreage! Rarely can you find waterfront property that offers privacy, allows horses, and is turnkey ready to bring your horses! The property includes two parcels totaling 16.8 +/- acres of land that offers walking and riding trails, pastures and 380′ of waterfront.
Equestrian amenities include four board pressure treated fencing, a three stall barn with mats and a fly system, feed and tack rooms, a wash rack, a run-in shelter, a 55′ diameter round pen, hay storage on ground level, five separate pastures and a 19’x45′ RV storage shed. There is a 95’x70’x5’H dog yard within the fenced house/barn area that is adjacent to the house. Additionally, it is located within an hour of the Bob Martin Agricultural Center, a well-known venue for horse shows of all disciplines of horsemanship.
The home includes 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms. The first level master bedroom offers water views, a huge master bathroom with water closet, double sinks, jetted tub, separate shower and two large walk-in closets.
The 19 X 26 great room is spacious enough for a dining area at one end. The great room includes rich heart pine flooring, a stone wood burning fireplace, and window walls on each side with views of the pastures and the river. Additionally, this home includes a spacious eat-in kitchen and screen porch overlooking the river, a patio with access to both the kitchen and great room, a 2 car attached garage, and a large room over the garage, that is heat zoned with the downstairs, with venting skylights that offers opportunity for a studio, office, or playroom.
Almost every room in this house invites Nature in with the viewing of osprey, an occasional eagle, squirrels, a variety of birds, and jumping fish!
This Northeastern NC home on the Perquimans River offers boating, fishing, kayaking, and swimming from the front yard in privacy yet is only minutes away from the Town of Hertford and an hour from the Hampton Roads area of Virginia and an international airport. A rare find indeed!
Call our office for a free lifestyle brochure with information on Hertford, NC and Northeastern NC’s beautiful waterways where one can enjoy peaceful days on the water with little boat traffic. Call our office (252) 426-1380 for additional information.
Tax Value $542,500
Estimated Yearly Taxes:$2,387
Home Built: 1995
Power: Albemarle Electric Co-Op
Views:112|Rating:2.50|View Time:9:14Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:1 1010 Whispering Pines Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284
If you blink this spacious 4BR, 2BA golf course home right on the 5th green will be gone! Replacement windows, fresh paint, new flooring, built-ins, updated Kitchen with amazing Kraftmaid Cabinets, new countertops, stainless steel appliances, screened in porch, deck, front porch, huge fenced backyard, pool, patio, storage building, enormous rec room in basement, park several small vehicles in the large basement w/insulated garage doors, fireplace w/red oak mantle, woodstove & more! MUST SEE to appreciate!
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Views:406|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:13Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Horses that Heal is a 501c3 in Linden, NC that uses horses to help people reach goals. They have an equine assisted psychotherapy program that focuses on serving veterans and at-risk youth.
The Equine Nonprofit Network is an interactive website that will unite North Carolina’s ~95 horse related nonprofit organizations. To launch on May 1, 2013
Views:12888|Rating:4.70|View Time:3:45Minutes|Likes:78|Dislikes:5 Dr. Stacey Leonatti (Dr. Leo) from Avian and Exotic Animal Care in Raleigh, NC introduces herself and exams a cornsnake named Christian who hasn’t eaten in 3 months. Dr. Leo is one of the three vets who star in the new series, Exotic Pet Vet.
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