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Curious Dog Is Completely Mind-Blown By A Lemon Slice1m28s

Curious Dog Is Completely Mind-Blown By A Lemon Slice

Wanna know how to keep a dog busy? Just check out Reeses the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever completely losing it over a slice of lemon! Hilarious! The footage of this curious dog being introduced to lemons will definitely brighten your day. The adorable pooch is completely mind-blown by the lemon slice and his reaction to this new sour taste is priceless.This pooch is dancing around the lemon slice, mesmerized by its sour taste. Doggie looks puzzled by the strange taste of lemon and tries to bite it but cannot handle the strong taste. Adorable! Like cats getting scared of cucumbers, the latest viral phenomenon among some pet parents is giving their dogs or puppies a taste of a lemon. Videos capturing dogs wincing at the fruit are circling social websites, and they’re leaving a bitter taste with some concerned pet parents. While some animal advocates see the clips as cruel, others are wondering if it is unsafe for dogs to eat lemons as well. Lemon juice is likely not your dog's drink of choice, but he can look cleaner, feel healthier and may even behave better with help from this tart tonic. Of course, you should consult with your veterinarian if you are contemplating supplementing your dog's diet with lemon juice as a source of vitamin C. Just because your precious doggy shows an interest in the yummy citrus fruits you eat and use in cooking, don't immediately assume they're harmless to him. Assumptions are often a recipe for disaster. If your dog accidentally eats any type of citrus, it's smart to contact your vet. Apart from the fact that your dog may reject the sour taste, it's very important to keep your pet away from lemons. The ASPCA notes that the fruit is indeed toxic to dogs. The poisonous components are the psoralen compounds and the aromatic oils. If your doggie gets his paws on a lemon, he may experience unpleasant side effects including diarrhea, throwing up and even unusual light sensitivity.

Giant Panda In D.C National Zoo Enjoys Fooling Around In The Snow35s

Giant Panda In D.C National Zoo Enjoys Fooling Around In The Snow

Seeing snow for the first time in your life can be very interesting. That white thing that freezes your feet, but still melts in your hands is called snow. This cute panda finds this out this winter. The National Washington Zoo has all the varieties of animal kind. Most of the animals at their zoo are selected with D.C.’s year-round climate in mind, ensuring the animal’s ability to survive the weather. The animals’ caretakers say that it allows animals who can handle the snowy, cold weather to go outside, including the cheetahs, lions, tigers and pandas. There are many animals at the National Zoo that enjoy playing in the snow, so the zoo provides them with a habitat that while outdoors, has some heated den areas to keep them warm. Giant pandas are native to a cold climate in the mountains of western China and are more active in winter. The adorable giant panda Mei Xiang proves this fact to be true. She was caught on video playing around in the D.C. snow this weekend. As you can see in the video, she is running, rolling and somersaulting all around. It seems like lot of fun to her. Why sitting when you can fool around in the snow? The ice-covered leaves seem like a suitable playground for a furry animal like this one. This is not the first video showing how much pandas enjoy the snow. Giant panda Da Mao from the Toronto Zoo also enjoys rolling and flipping in the snow. Credit: Twitter/National Zoo

Shooting Boiling Water From Water Gun In Extreme Cold25s

Shooting Boiling Water From Water Gun In Extreme Cold

Watch what happens when you shoot off boiling water from a Super Soaker in -15F (-26C) weather! Dangerously cold temperatures from a polar vortex have recently gripped most of North America, breaking decade long records in the process.

Published: January 6, 2014Updated: December 13, 20172,833 views