Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Cuddly English bulldog Love Kid's Swing

Check out this English bulldog who loves to get pushed in a children’s swing. His name is Ozzy Pawsbourne and lives in Kingston, N.Y.

Jesse Citron the owner posted a video of Ozzy Pawsbourne in a swing being pushed by his 5-year-old daughter, Sophie. His daughter loves watching the video all the time since she finds it hilarious.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Dog Hitches a Ride on an Ambulance

Dog Hitches a Ride, ambulance dog, buddy the dog

Dog Hitches a Ride, ambulance dog, buddy the dog

ABC News reported a 4 year-old Beagle mix named Buddy hitches a ride by hanging outside of an ambulance that was taking his owner to a hospital. Buddy is owned by an 85-year-old Texas man. Buddy ride on a small side step of the ambulance so that he can be with his owner JR Nicholson who is a Mason County rancher. Nicholson was rushed by EMTs to Hill Country Memorial Hospital after complaining of dizziness last October.

Tanner Brown, an EMT said that they didn't noticed the there was a dog on the side of the ambulance until a motorist flagged them down and told them about the dog. They have already traveled about 15 to 20 miles by that time. They loaded Buddy into the ambulance and took him to the ER with them.

Smart little creature!

Monday, November 17, 2014

10 Happy Dogs And a CAT in Australia

I like the YouTube video from CATMANTOO, the dogs are really happy playing at a beach with a cat named "DIDGA" which has his own video skateboarding, awesome! 10 dogs and a cat playing at a beach is a ruckus!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

German Shepherd Surprised by Owner who Returns from Deployment

I love watching videos of HomecomingHeroes.com, this clip which shows a large German Shepherd playing fetch with grampa, when grampa threw the ball at the far end of garden the dog fetch the ball once he return he was surprised by his owner who returns from deployment. The dog was clearly glad to see him.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Safety Tips in Owning a Pet

Pets are considered as a family member since we spend precious moments with them and they give us unconditional love. However, having a pet is not just feeding, walking, and playing with them. We also need to take care of them and ourselves and prevent our pets having bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic diseases.

Here are some tips by Veterinary Dr. Donna Solomon of Animal Medical Center of Chicago to prevent zoonotic disease in pets:

1. Have your pet's stool sample evaluated for parasites twice a year.
2. Give your dog heartworm prevention drugs.
3. Don't let your pet lick your face.
4. Don't let your cats roam and hunt outdoors.
5. Wash any bite or scratch wound you get from your pets immediately with soapy water.
6. Wash hands before you handle food.
7. Cook food to safe internal temperatures
8. Do not feed your pet raw meat.
9. Dispose your pet's waste properly.
10. Vaccinate your pets for Rabies and Leptospirosis.
11. Do not let your pet drink contaminated water.
12. Do not touch or let your pet go near wild animals.
13. Eliminate or reduce the population of rodents.
14. Wash your hands after touching your pet.
15. Wipe your pet's feet after walking outside and its anal area after pooping with hypoallergenic diaper wipes.
16. If your pet is sick, seek veterinary care.

You can view the whole article here.