Views:1712|Rating:5.00|View Time:29:57Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Performing Daily Rounds is considered a Best Practice in Animal Sheltering. Listen to Dr. Brian DiGangi, Clinical Assistant Professor of Shelter Medicine at University of Florida in Part 1, and Dr. Stephanie Jacks, Veterinarian for the Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services in Part 2, talk about the role of Daily Rounds in an animal shelter. They will discuss how to create a Daily Rounds Team and integrate its functions into shelter operations. They will also share practical tips and techniques for ensuring efficient and effective Daily Rounds.
Views:5092589|Rating:4.78|View Time:16:1Minutes|Likes:85415|Dislikes:3982 A very highly requested video, so today we will be watering some of my tarantulas. If you haven’t watched the previous watering vids,
WATERING my TARANTULAS !!!
WATERING my TARANTULAS “(Part 2)” !!!
WATERING my TARANTULAS “(Part 3)” !!!
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Views:180001|Rating:4.85|View Time:9:38Minutes|Likes:1022|Dislikes:31 This is part 1 of the first day of working with a 3 year old warmblood stallion that had been allowed to develop some assertive and aggressive behavior towards people.
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Views:0|Rating:nan|View Time:4:11Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Your pet & venomous snakes: part ii
Your pet & venomous snakes: part ii `s message to you this summer? Watch out for snakes when you`re out and about with your pet! In Part I, Dr. MacPete gave an overview of rattlesnake dangers in the US. In Part II, she discusses what you should do in the event your pet is bitten by a rattler. For mo…
Views:30798|Rating:4.89|View Time:10:16Minutes|Likes:618|Dislikes:14 This is part 4 of The Ultimate Guide to your First Aquarium and in this episode we’re gonna set up our tank.
Once you have designated the perfect spot for your tank it’s time to get started.
Just like I’ve been talking about through the whole series this is a 55 gallon aquarium. This is a spare tank I had sitting around, it’s obviously a used aquarium so this is a good representation of what you would be working with if you were to buy your tank off of a craigslist add or something like that.
The first thing you want to do is add your substrate. Make sure it covers the entire bottom surface of your tank. There is no rule as to how much substrate to lay down but just remember the more you have, the more you have to clean.
After laying down the substrate I like to set my decorations in the tank. It’s just easier to do it without the water, plus it’s easier to see everything. For this example I’m just gonna place a couple different decorations around, a nice hunk of driftwood and a little stone house. You can go as far with this as you want. This is an opportunity for you to be artistic and make the tank your own little art project so have fun with this part and take your time.
Next I’m gonna start placing the equipment starting with the aristone. Personally I like to have the aristone on the opposite end of the tank from the filter. This will help with water movement and give it a really cool effect with all of the bubbles. Keeping it away from the filter will keep the bubbles from being sucked up into the filter which could effect the filters efficiency and it’ll keep the bubbles from getting thrown all around your tank.
Don’t worry about plugging any of these pieces of equipment yet, powering them up without them being full or submerged in water can actually ruin the equipment so we’ll wait to plug these things in until the tank is full.
Now it’s time to place the filter. The filter I’m installing onto this 55 gallon aquarium is a marineland emperor 400. This filter could be looked at as a bit overkill for this size tank but remember from episode 3, you really don’t wanna go cheap when it comes to your filter. This filter hangs on the back of the aquarium and the intake tube extends down into the tank. I like to extend the intake tube down to about an inch from the bottom of the tank to get maximum water flow and to help pull the fish waste from the tank as it’s dropping to the bottom.
(As you can see, my little decorative rock formation was in the way of the filter intake tube, this is why it’s nice to not have water in it yet)
Next is the placement of the heater. The location of your heater is pretty important, you want it in an area where there is allot of water movement so that nice warm water gets spread around throughout the tank and doesn’t just warm up one stagnant area. Here I’m placing it directly above the aristone. The bubbles from the airstone will not only circulate the heated water but they’ll also help to hid the heater at the same time.
Now it’s time to filler up! I’m using a garden hose to fill the tank. Notice I placed a bowl on the bottom of the tank. This is just to help keep the substrate and decorations in place while it’s filling up. You can use the bowl if you’re filling up your tank using buckets too, just dump the water into the bowl.
While the tank is filling up this is a great time to add your water conditioners and any other chemicals like live bacteria. Be sure to read the instructions on the products to ensure propper dosing of these products.
While the tank continues to fill I can now place the lids and lights. I’m using 2 24” aquarium hoods with the standard aquarium lights. These are similar to what you might find in one of those starter kits I talked about in episode 3.
Notice I’m also filling up the filter itself, remember a filter running with no water in it can burn up the motor so filling it up will kick start things and help to prolong the life of the filter.
and now its time to plug everything in and start it up. You’ll notice a small loom of cloudy water coming from my filter, this isn’t something you’ll see with a new filter but as I said earlier this is a used one so it’s spitting out all of the stuff that has built up in it through use.
And that’s it, we want to take a step back, make sure everything is functioning properly with the filter making sure if you’re using filters that have bio wheels that both wheels are spinning and making sure the heater is set to the propper temp for the fish you want to keep and your done.
Next week we’re gonna talk about The cycling process which is one of the most important parts of this whole thing so you’ll definitely want to subscribe to this channel so you don’t miss that episode. Thank you so much for watching and I look forward to talking to you again next week!
Views:7610|Rating:4.55|View Time:1:23Minutes|Likes:51|Dislikes:5 Part 3 of 3 movies presenting Longines’ involvement in equestrianism.
Longines’ passion for equestrian sport dates back to 1878, when it produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount. Seen on the racetracks as early as 1881 and extremely popular among jockeys and horse-lovers, this model enabled its user to time performances to the seconds. It was already being used by most sport judges in New York in 1886. In addition, the brand was involved for the first time in the Concours Hippique International Officiel de Genève as timekeeper in 1926.
Today Longines’ involvement in equestrian sports includes show jumping, flat racing and endurance competitions.
Views:1|Rating:nan|View Time:6:37Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Today misty learnt how to be lunged and your horse can to with this very instructional video about how to teach a horse to be lunged.
This is misty she is a 10.2hh, 6yo Shetland x pony mare and I am going to brake her in and get her child ready for her little 7yo owner, Zarlie and hopefully misty will be her dream first pony.
Join us on the ride of Misty’s life as she goes from an unbroken skittish pony to a little girls dream in just 4 weeks.
Do you think she can do it find out over the next few weeks.
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Views:674|Rating:5.00|View Time:15:20Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 My Pony Club also known as Let’s Ride! Dreamer a beautiful horse adventure game released in 2005 on PC and Game Boy Advanced.
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Views:40|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:13Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 Some catch fish from the wild some get fish from their local pet store. Lets spend a few days looking at this issue. First lets look in the wild.
Views:9|Rating:5.00|View Time:13:48Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Gameplay Walkthrough Part 30 for PC in High Definition (1080p)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action role-playing video game set in an open world environment, developed by Polish video game developer CD Projekt RED. It was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 19 May 2015. The game is the third in the series, preceded by The Witcher and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, which are based on the series of fantasy novels of the same title by the Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, but all take place after them.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt concludes the story of the witcher Geralt of Rivia, the series’ protagonist, whose story to date has been covered in the previous versions. Continuing from The Witcher 2, the ones who sought to use Geralt are now gone. Geralt seeks to move on with his own life, embarking on a new and personal mission whilst the world order itself is coming to a change. Geralt’s new mission comes in dark times as the mysterious and otherworldly army known as the Wild Hunt invades the Northern Kingdoms, leaving only blood soaked earth and fiery ruin in its wake; and it seems the Witcher is the key to stopping their cataclysmic rampage.
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Views:17229|Rating:4.62|View Time:9:30Minutes|Likes:160|Dislikes:13 Clipping tiny kitten nails is no joke! Here we trim our foster kitten Marsha’s sharp claws. She’s very patient 🙂 Hit that Thumbs-Up if you enjoyed the video, and subscribe for more!
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There are a number of tricks you can employ to make it easier to trim those pointy little kitty claws. Cat claws are an important part being a cat for physiological and emotional reasons, and it’s vital to keep your cats claws intact! Starting your kittens on a clipping regiment when they are young will make clipping your cat’s nails an easy and enjoyable process throughout their life with you.
When kittens are small, their nails are small and extra pointy, so we like to clip them partly to keep them from sticking to clothing and furniture (and skin! ouch!) like velcro! It’s also super helpful for getting them use to the process so that you can handle their paws and claws when they’re older and have them enjoy the attention rather than be worried about why on earth the silly humans are touching their paws 🙂
We’ve clipped kittens as young as 4-5 weeks. Kittens younger than that are SO tiny, and their nails are SO small, and when they’re much younger they can’t even retract their claws yet.
First, it helps to have a kitten who’s familiar with you and used to being touched, especially on their paws. So if you have a kitten and you plan to cut his nails (which I definitely recommend! Do NOT declaw your sweet furbaby!), the while you’re cuddling him, give his little toe-beans a gentle squeeze and practice extending his claws. That way, he’ll be used to it when it comes time to give them a snip.
If you’re not sure how your kitty is going to react, or if he’s in an especially energetic mood, it can help a lot to wrap them gently in a towel (I discuss that in this trimming video, and I show it in several others), and just pull out the one paw at a time. Then, extend their little claws, just like you practiced, and clip away! I always take off JUST THE TIP when clipping kitten and cat nails, because I want it to be an enjoyable experience for everyone involved. And the more they enjoy it, the less the mind doing it more frequently anyway – so each kitten pedicure session goes faster!
I hope you find this video about trimming your kitten’s claws helpful, and I hope you have a great experience clipping your kitten’s nails! It can be intimidating at first but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never think twice about giving their claws a quick cut.
Please let me know if you have any questions about trimming kitten nails, and leave a comment if you have any questions or funny stories about your kitties!
Views:6078198|Rating:4.21|View Time:4:9Minutes|Likes:49593|Dislikes:9280 Cashmere is disciplining her most dominant female puppy. Notice How She lays the puppy down and puts her in submission posture as a form of discipline. If allowed cashmere will teach this little female how to be respectful and not to be a bully.
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