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Dogs Politely Take Turns Eating From Same Bowl57s

Dogs Politely Take Turns Eating From Same Bowl

Although there are a few moments of impatient growling, 2-year-old Yoll the Pomeranian politely shares his meal with Tang the 1-year-old poodle. Must see! The road we take is an option we make daily. This is both literal and metaphorical. In both literal and metaphoric sense, traffic jams are not uncommon. Will you choose to be carried away by anger or will you dance your frustrations away and have a merry day? For many pet experts, feeding dogs in one bowl is not advisable for several reasons but the top reason is the high possibility that the dogs will turn aggressive and instead of having a nurturing moment, they might be hurting each other during the meal. But for this 2-year-old Pomeranian, named Yoll, and this one year old poodle, named Tang, this fear of aggressive behavior being triggered is far from reality. There are times that they growl at each other as seen in the video but in general, the meal was peaceful. Anyone will not fail to notice that one will voluntarily allow the other to take his or her turn. Animal behavior is an interesting field of study. We are often caught in awe with some animals that portray a particular behavior that we may not have expected. If you have been caring for dogs, you could have noted that dogs are usually hesitant to share their meal with another dog even to their siblings or best friends. Thus, if you own dogs that share meals without an aggressive physical fight, you are as lucky as the owners of Yoll and Tang. Perhaps, you must be sharing how you have encouraged such behavior in your pets. Some pet specialists though discourage feeding dogs in the same bowl even if they can share politely just like these adorable dogs in the video. One reason for this is that the owner may not be able to monitor which dog is eating less than what is necessary and which one is eating more than the others. In addition, it may cause malnourishment to the dog that has a passive behavior – one who may be timid and does not assert his turn in eating his meal. The opposite effect may be encountered for a pet with dominant and assertive behavior which may, as a result, lead to over nourishment. Despite the foregoing discussion, it cannot also be discredited that feeding pets in one bowl may encourage some good behavior such as deeper friendship, nurturing the value of sharing, discouraging fights and other desirable behaviors. There would be no better judge for which is a better option after weighing the expected results than the owner himself or herself. Someone who is a responsible owner of pets would understand the uniqueness of his or her own pet which allows better judgment. Summing it up, should you or would you allow your dogs to feed in the same bowl? You are entitled to your own best judgment. Meanwhile, enjoy the video of Yoll and Tang as they heartily share their meal. They remind us to share our blessings with people we encounter in this life. In this very competitive world that we live in, we yearn to compete for fame and resources without realizing that we can make the most of the resources around us is we share – just like Yoll and Tang.

Published: July 30, 201819,084 plays$20.69 earned
Gorilla Youngster Tries To Pull Out Loose Baby Tooth1m26s

Gorilla Youngster Tries To Pull Out Loose Baby Tooth

Biting into an apple is the more common way of getting rid of a loose tooth, but that was evidently too boring for this cheeky mammal. Hilarious footage has emerged of a gorilla youngster vigorously trying to pull out an annoying loose baby tooth. It looks like Lope is going to get a visit from the tooth fairy! The gorilla youngster from the Twycross Zoo in England manages to lose one of his baby teeth while wrestling with his mom, and eventually pulls out the loose tooth on his own. The tenacious gorilla is seen struggling with the tooth, but in the end manages to pull out the annoying loose tooth with flying colors, proving that he doesn’t need a dentist. Amazing! Lope , the gorilla youngster from Twycross zoo in England is known for mimicking the human walk, wrestling with the members of his pride, and now even for playing the role of the family doctor. He makes everybody laugh with his swagger and definitely is the coolest kid on the block! In this clip, the five-year-old is seen struggling to pull out a loose tooth with the help of his hands, much to onlookers’ amusement. When he had enough of the annoying loose tooth for the day, he started wrestling with the other gorillas in his zoo enclosure as if nothing has happened! Talk about keeping it cool! In another heartwarming video, starring Lope, we see this gorilla youngster feasting on a giant piece of popsicle . The weather is heating up and the Lope is after some cold flavored fruit ice, in this case a huge popsicle that is hanging from the climbing frame in his habitat. Just look at him munching on a giant piece of popsicle with delight! Maybe that’s what gave him the loose tooth in the first place! Lope the gorilla from the Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England is having so much fun on a daily basis. He enjoys playing in the hay, throwing it all over himself, wiggling about. He likes playing hide and seek with the other members of his tribe, but most of all he appreciates good food. Who would have thought that gorillas can be hooked on goodies and declare popsicle as their favorite snack. It is not that surprising given this cool treat is scrumptious, smooth and makes everything much better. The great thing about ice cream popsicle is that we can eat it every season since it cools us down in the summer heat, but also makes the winter cold much more bearable! The gorilla family at Twycross consists of 6 members. Oumbi the big male silverback, Ozala the mum of Lope and Shufai. Grandma Bidi and Asante. In 2009 Oumbi joined Twycross zoo to mate with the females. Ozala was Oumbi chosen mate. Lope - was born on the morning of 3 January 2013. Shufai was born on the 24th of September 2016. Talking about loose teeth, in the past few years we see parents thinking outside the box when their children’s baby teeth start to wiggle, and coming up with new, fun ways of pulling out loose teeth. From using a remote-controlled toy car to pull that stubborn loose tooth out, to attaching a string to a helicopter and flying it high ! Pulling out your loose old baby teeth can be a little scary for young children. So why not make the experience a little easier on them by making the process fun and exciting? Over the years, we have seen a number of different attempts at removing loose teeth from kids' mouths . Generally speaking, these attempts successful or not are made with purposeful intention. It is rare that we see one that is accidental unless it features someone getting a bit hurt. This latest video features a girl with two small birds on her shoulders. The birds for some reason are pecking at the girl's teeth. We guess they are cleaning her teeth, but we don't really know. One of the birds manages to remove one of the girl's teeth. We assume it was loose already. However, this bird is certainly down with his bloody new treat .

Newborn Foal Loves Playtime And Then Snuggles1m31s

Newborn Foal Loves Playtime And Then Snuggles

Felix is a three week old foal who lives on a beautiful farm near Peterborough, Ontario. He was born in the early hours on a sunny morning to a very exceptional mare named Fling. She is a very relaxed horse with a beautiful disposition and a love for her people. Fling has always been playful, curious, and very intelligent. Working with her over the years has been a true joy. It's no surprise that her owners decided to breed her. Felix obviously takes after her mother and he is just as relaxed and easygoing around people. These horses actually belong to a woman named Shauna, who boards the horses here. It's the perfect place and they receive the care and attention that they so richly deserve. Alison, who owns the farm, also has other horses, some cows, and a few dogs. She adores all animals and loves her life on this farm. Even though she works full time as a paramedic, and also as a firefighter, she finds time whenever she can to ride and care for the animals. Between her husband and a few hired hands, this farm has plenty of help and the animals thrive here. Dave, seen in the video, was invited to meet Felix and he didn't hesitate. Felix and Fling were in the pasture when he arrived and he decided to record this adorable pair doing what happy horses do on a sunny day. This video shows the first few minutes of their meeting. Fling wandered around the pasture grazing, but she kept a watchful eye on Felix and on Dave. Even though a mother horse can be protective, she seemed to understand that all was well and she allowed him to get close to her foal. Felix had no shyness at all and he quickly discovered that Dave was willing to run and play in the pasture with him. Felix bounced happily and sprinted back and forth with Dave, eager to show how quickly he could move on his new legs. He wandered back and forth between Dave and his mother, often returning to her for the reassurance that she still approved. Occasionally, he tried to graze and eat the grass, as Fling was doing, but a foal this age can't actually digest grass. Felix happily nursed on his mother between rounds of romping and jumping. Like a big, playful puppy, Felix chased Dave and bounded back and forth excitedly before it became obvious that he was getting tired. After a few nudges and head butts, Felix lay down on the ground near Dave as if he was ready for a nap. Dave happily sat down too and began petting him like he was a large lap dog . What is surprising is that Felix is so happy with human affection that he even rolled on his back as if he wanted his belly rubbed. But what is even more surprising is that Fling grazed contentedly beside the pair and had no objection to Dave snuggling on the ground with her baby. A mare, even one as exceptional as Fling, would not normally allow this, especially with a newcomer. Of course, Dave saw this as one of those opportunities that are too good to pass up. His smile tells it all as he gives Felix all the love affection he can. Few things are as heart warming as an affectionate, newborn horse. Is there anyone who would not love a chance to spend an afternoon with two horses as special as these.