Blue-tongued skinks have elongated bodies and short, stubby limbs to go along with shiny, overlapping scales. Discover facts about blue-tongued skinks with information from a published biologist in this free video on lizards and reptiles. Expert: Dr. Alan Richmond Bio: Dr. Alan Richmond is the lecturer and curator of biology at the University of Massachusetts. He is a well-published biologist and has a special interest in reptiles and amphibians. Filmmaker: Demand Media… Continue reading this item... | 25 Comments
Archive for January, 2009
Dogs play an interesting role in our society these days. Dog obedience training is now expected of our furry friends. They live in our houses, walk our sidewalks beside us, play with our children in the front yard and visit their doggie buddies at the dog park. They are expected to be on their best behavior at all times. This is a lot to ask of an animal!
Many years ago, dogs held a different role. Most likely, our parents grew up with dogs who didn’t know what a leash was! There was always the scary dog who lived in the neighborhood and children knew to petal quickly by that house on their bicycle! Dogs may have lived outside – all the time. Tell that to today’s dog who… Continue reading this item...
Question by Phil S: i know this guy who has 4 group but no body has joined.?
he has had these groups for weeks.
he has done ever thing for them. hes updated the site meny meny times but no one wants to join:-(
here are the names of the groups:
“allcoolpets” they help with pets and stuff.
“goodgamersonly” help with cheats and tech problems.
“goodgutarist”guitar is spelled incorectly in the name.
“funnypranksandjokes” the name exsplansit.
and he has promoted his groups
do you think you could join
Answer by matt.basicallyyou have to advertise your groups.
in the left sidebar, there should be a link that says promote.
and type friends email addresses in there.
What do you think? Answer below!
Looking at cockatoos and parrots.
Looking for opinions as far as which ones make the best pets.
Excitement is building for the benefit for the Campbell River SPCA Saturday at the Eagles Hall. Bad Fish (left) will perform from 8 p.m. onwards. Doors open at 7 p.m. Cost of the tickets is $17 and includes door prizes and auction items valued over $4,000. Tickets are selling quickly.
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You know the best way to keep your dog happy, healthy, and safe is to have them well groomed and trained. You can take your pet to a professional or do it yourself with the proper equipment and training.
You will be pleased to find out that qualified, experienced groomers often offer pet grooming seminars for advice and trimming demonstrations for your pet. Of course, there is the old “trial and error” method, but this can be frustrating. Better to do some online research, buy a book on grooming, take a class or get some form of professional training first.
Certain pets must be groomed from the skin outward to truly be effective in taking care of their coat of hair and keeping it healthy… Continue reading this item...