Roaming dogs raise safety concerns



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by: Isai Sipunga
Dogs roaming around the the city without owners are becoming a concern to the City Police and dog owners are urged to take the necessary precautions.

Stray dogs can pose a number of threats to civilians. For instance , several stray dogs are not vaccinated and the Windhoek City Police is concerned as these dogs can harm pedestrians when an attack occurs.
Another issue that is of great concern to the City Police is the illegal supply of electricity without approval from the City of Windhoek. Residents who are guilty of this offence will face electricity cuts and will have to pay a reconnection fee of N$8400.
Anyone with information regarding illegal electricity connections or stray dogs can contact the City Police at 061 290 3116 or send an sms to 4444.

COLLAR GRAB – Teach your dog this important safety behavior – Dog Training



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It is very important for your puppy to feel comfortable with being caught or grabbed when loose. At some point in your puppy’s life, he might be loose and someone might be trying to catch him, if he got lost for example. A lot of dogs without previous training, will be scared if a stranger tries to grab at their neck or harness and will run away, making it very hard to catch the dog, and potentially dangerous. Other dogs might bite the person’s hand out of fear.

We can teach puppies and dogs to feel comfortable and trust us when we grab their collar.

If your dog is aggressive, has bitten, doesn’t like being touched, or you are simply worried to touch the dog’s collar, get help from a professional dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement first.

Toxic Sodium benzoate being used to preserve fish Roving Reporter on Food Safety



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Toxic Sodium benzoate being used to preserve fish Roving Reporter on Food Safety

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Baby Kitten’s Trapped in Curtains | Play Safe Song | Home Safety Tips | Nursery Rhymes | BabyBus



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#NEF18 Safety in Equestrianism



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26th National Equine Forum 2018
Thursday 8th March 2018

EQUESTRIAN SAFETY

Don’t break your vet – Introduction to BEVA campaign

Please don’t say you’re sorry – influencing driver behaviour when passing horses on the road
Alan Hiscox, Director of Safety, The British Horse Society

Current R&D in helmet design and testing: dealing with rotational impact
Michio Clark, Research Fellow, representing Prof Michael Gilchrist, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University College Dublin

The use of data to manage risk in equestrianism
Sam Watson, Founder, EquiRatings

Safety in Eventing
Jonathan Clissold, National Safety Officer, British Eventing

BreakAway Collars for your Dog’s Safety – Dog Training & Safety



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Breakaway dog collars can save your dog’s life. When left unattended dog’s can be killed by their collars by strangulation by being caught up in something or even when playing with another dog.

The breakaway collar is your best bet for safety if you must leave a collar on your dog. It is recommended that any dog left with another dog should wear a breakaway collar. Choke chains or even flat collars or buckle collars can strangulate a dog if it gets caught on something.

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Kitten Timi, Be Careful Not To Get Scalded | Bath Song | BabyBus Safety Tips | Kids Song | BabyBus



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SAFETY LEAVE IT – Dog Training



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This is a great exercise to teach ANY dog! You can train ANY dog to do never go for dropped food ANYWHERE… Or you could train your dog never to go for dropped food only in the kitchen. I like to toss food as a reward for my dogs when training complex tricks and obedience. So I let them go for food that I throw during training sessions. If you plan to NEVER let your dog go for dropped food, then when you are training you need to have a release cue like “get it” to mean your dog can go for the food you throw or you could ruin your default leave it from dropped food. However most dogs are very smart and understand the situational cues.

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Baby Kitten Makes An Emergency Bag | Earthquake Safety Tips | Nursery Rhymes | Baby Songs | BabyBus



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Raw Fish Safety (bacteria and parasite education for sushi lovers)



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The two risks we need to address to serve fish raw at home are bacteria and parasites.

Bacteria
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When the fish dies, bacteria start decomposing its flesh and multiplying very quickly. Bacteria growth can be minimized by bleeding and gutting the fish immediately after death, and storing it on ice. As the temperature drops, bacteria growth drops off exponentially. Exposing the fish flesh to air introduces more bacteria, so you want to fillet the fish as close to serving raw as possible.

To ensure that these conditions are met, buy your fish from a high end fishmonger who has a good turn over, and from a fishmonger who is comfortable answering your questions. Ask the fishmonger when the fish was filleted. If the answer is “today”, you are in good hands. But please don’t panic if the fish came to the store a few days ago. Whole fish can last very well on ice. If you want to eat the fish raw, I suggest you do so within 24 hours after purchase.

Keep the fish between ice-packs as soon as it’s in your possession (even in the car and in your fridge).

Parasites:
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Now let’s talk about parasites. Although the kingdom of marine parasites is extremely diverse, the only 3 that you need to worry about are are cod worm, anisakis, and tapeworm. Those can live in mammals, which is you. The other ones can’t, so they are harmless. Fish that are prone to these species of parasites should not be consumed raw (at least not without freezing). Of particular concern are freshwater fish and pacific fish, like wild salmon. The incidence of parasites in some of those fish is as high as 90%.

Safe Species:
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Now that I’ve ruined fish for you, let me assure you that not all is lost. Among wild denizens of the seas, tuna, scallops, and oysters are free from cod worm, anisakis, and tapeworm.

Farm-raised fish that are aqua-cultured in huge pools (vs the ocean) are completely parasite free. This includes arctic char, and Mediterranean bass (branzino).

Farm raised salmon is raised in cages in the ocean. Whether these fish pose a parasite risk or not depends on how the farm is set up. Since it’s not easy to find out, it’s best to freeze farm-raised salmon before eating it raw.

Wrap it tightly in plastic, place in the freezer bag and freeze. 7 days in the home freezer is sufficient to kill parasites. To defrost, move it to the fridge 24 hours before serving.

I can’t get a straight answer from any source about parasites in hamachi. But since the only hamachi available to me in Boston is imported from Japan in the frozen state, I don’t need to worry about parasites.

Does freezing solve all the problems?
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I know what you are thinking — can’t we just freeze all fish? In sushi restaurants, most fish is frozen, but they have a freezing technology that doesn’t allow water to crystallize. This prevents fish from turning mushy. Freezing halibut, fluke and most other white fish in a home freezer completely destroys their texture. But salmon freezes quite well in a home freezer because it’s fatty.

Oh, and by the way, the freezer section in your supermarket is not a good option for raw consumption. Although the parasites in those fish are long dead, the bacteria are not. Freezing pauses bacteria growth, but doesn’t kill bacteria. Most of those fish have been through a lot of transportation. In some cases, they were frozen and defrosted numerous times. Even if they were safe, their flesh is often mushy and the flavor is dull.

Cured fish
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If you like your fish cured in acid or salt, like ceviche or gravlax, keep in mind that unlike heat, acid and salt do not kill parasites. So the same precautions that apply to raw fish, apply to cured fish.

Mother cat looking out for kittens safety by the tigers



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This is only a small part of the tigers area ,the fence is there to keep the rest of about 40 rescued animals out of the tigers area.
I was given these two kittens and the mother was later found and spayed and reunited with her kittens. She was very wild and adapted very quickly and they are very happy , They live in my house but the Mother are looking out for the kittens since they live with the tigers on the same property. PLEASE WATCH MORE VIDEOS TO GET MORE INFO ON THE TIGERS AREA And Subscribe

Donkey Rope Halter How To Tie The Safety Knott



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Donkey Whisperer Farm shares the advantages of using our custom designed rope halters for day to day use and for training your donkey. Video includes detailed footage on how a rope halter should fit your donkey, how to tie a rope halter knot and how to tie a break away knot.

RSPCA NSW – Safe Beds For Pets



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The Safe Beds for Pets program was established to provide temporary housing for pets of people who are seeking refuge from domestic violence and to address the link between animal and human abuse and child protection. The safe beds program is not a long-term solution to the housing of the pet, but it gives domestic violence victims peace of mind and allows them to secure their own safety and make arrangements for the future. It is common practice for the perpetrator of domestic violence to lure family members back home by threatening to harm the pet. With the Safe Beds for Pets Program families can now leave domestic violence situations and not fear for the safety of their pets.

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