Pimp Your Dog With Clothes For Free: VIDEO

Pimp your dog by making your own doggy outfits

Cats may be cool as cucumbers, but dogs need a bit of an extra helping hand in the cool looks. They’re lovable, cuddly balls of fur and drool, but they’re not quite as good when it comes to strutting their Saturday Night Fever Outfits.

Thankfully, you can help turn your dog into a player with awesome dog accessories and dog clothes. You can get your pet all dressed up and looking their best, helping him to impress the lady pooches when he takes his daily turn around the neighbourhood. (We do suggest designer dog clothing for that, but not dog booties)

Of course, we do suggest moving past dog Halloween costumes and other funny dog costumes and heading straight to the goods. Whether you’re after fully grown dog clothing or puppy clothes, you can always make your own.
Go on have a go, pimp your dog for all those doggy occasions. Dont spend the hard-earned cash.

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Unusual Trees from Around the Planet: See the Video

Unusual Trees That will Astound You

From rare trees that only one exist in the whole world to trees so weird you won’t believe like dragons blood and rainbow eucalyptus.

Why Trees are so Important

Trees are vital to the planet. They are the biggest plants on the planet, they give us oxygen, store carbon, stabalise the soil and give life to the world’s living organisms. They also provide us with materials for tools and shelter.

Not only are trees essential for life, but as the longest living species on Earth, they give us a link between the past, present and future.

It’s important that woodlands, rain forests and trees in urban settings, such as parks, are preserved and sustainably managed across the world. Play your part and plant some.

Trees benefit health

The canopies of trees act as a physical filter, trapping dust, absorbing pollutants from the air – removing up to 1.7 kilos per tree annually. They also provide shade from solar radiation, reduce noise, bind the soil and provide homes for countless species.

Over 20 species of British trees and shrubs are known to have medicinal properties. The oil from birch bark, for example, has antiseptic properties.

Research shows that within minutes of being surrounded by trees and green space, your blood pressure will drop, your heart rate will slow and your stress levels will come down. Isnt that what we all need?

Any comments as to the unusual trees in this video?, have you seen any? do you know of any exceptional ones?

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Scared Cats, Watch this Really Funny Video

Scared Cats videos totally freaking out.

Some cats become so frightened they lose control of their bladder or bowels and eject  right where they are. Each cat has her preferred way of dealing with a crisis situation. You’ll notice that your cat probably tends to try one option first, and if that doesn’t work, she’s forced to try a different one. For instance, if your cat is afraid of dogs and a friend brings his dog to your home to visit, you might notice the following: first, your cat puffs out her fur to make herself look big, then hisses and spits at the dog. If the dog doesn’t retreat, your cat may flee the situation, find a hiding spot, and freeze until she deems the situation safe.

Fearful behaviours

  • Hiding
  • Aggression (spitting, hissing, growling, piloerection, swatting, biting, scratching)
  • Loss of control over bladder and/or bowels
  • Freezing in place

It’s normal for you to want to help and comfort your scared cats when they are frightened. However, this isn’t necessarily the best thing to do from your cat’s point of view. It’s normal for a cat to feel insecure or frightened in a new environment. Often, your new cat will hide for a day or two when you first bring her home. Sometimes a traumatic experience like a visit to the veterinarian, or introducing a new animal into the household, can disrupt her routine and send her under the bed for a few days.


Spring Lambs Enjoying Their New Life

Spring Lambs, a little information for you.

Sheep can either birth their lambs in late winter or early spring as they also need to eat lots of fresh grass so that they can make milk for their young when they are born.

The farmer will bring the ewe, or mother sheep, into a barn to give birth. Here they can keep a close eye on the mother in case of any problems. They can have up to four young at a time but most of the time they have one or two babies. Baby lambs will be looking for milk from their mother when they are only 20 minutes old and they can quickly stand on their own.

When they are a little older the young will be put out into a field with their mother close at hand. With numerous mothers and lambs in a field they don’t get seperated as the mother can recognise her own offsprings smell and bleating cry.