How to cool a dog in the summer heat? 42s

How to cool a dog in the summer heat?

Not a single drop of rain has dropped for many days. Summer extreme heat has come. The temperature in our home reaches 27 degrees Celsius. Not only people can not cope with such high temperatures. Animals also have heat problems. How can you help in this situation? All you need is a cool wet towel and the dog feels relief immediately. Let's remember about our pets. They also need coolness and shade, especially those that have a long coat. Our Basset, unfortunately, does not like water and will not enter the river or the lake. We must deal in a different way.

A Basset Hound Gets Hypnotized By A Metronome37s

A Basset Hound Gets Hypnotized By A Metronome

Living with us in mega-cities or in small villages, on the sea, in the desert and even in space or on the North Pole, they march along, leaving 4 paw traces, our friends - dogs. They are glorified in legends since days ancient as being more faithful than people and remain close in perilous times. There are volumes of poems inspired by and devoted to them, monuments erected in their remembrance and the never-fading memories we cherish of growing up with our first dog. In ancient times, dogs helped our ancestors hunt for mammoth and toothed tigers. Dog teams bare the credit naturalists, geologists and other adventure-seekers ventured into expeditions and conquest of the Arctic and Antarctic. In the world of today, many dogs live a comfortable couch life next to their beloved owners and we are grateful to them for the company. Among other things, people love to show off with their pets. Pets get to be treated as stars, as cute toy creatures that give one joy or even admired as that ugly, but a ridiculously funny pet that is bound to make your day. Pets are, and this is a fact, one of the top-5 keyword searches on the Internet. However, the Internet was first conquered by cats: a lazy cat, an angry cat, a cross-eyed cat, a brave cat (Remember the hero cat who saved the little boy from a dog attack? Of course, we all do!) these were on the all-star list of Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. Photos, videos, memes, gif’s, whatever you could possibly imagine to share online was instantly gaining immense popularity! Entire audiences of admirers and subscribers started to gather and expanded. And how did our dogs leg behind in this pet-craze? They actually did not! Dogs confidently began to catch up with the mustachioed mousers. And not only catch up, they even started overshadowing their popularity. People say that, over time, dogs start to resemble their owners, both in looks and in behavior. Whether it is the dog that starts to imitate their humans, or the humans start to identify themselves with their dogs, it doesn’t matter, there are hundreds of photos online where dog s look or behave almost exactly like their owners! This is why we decided to show you a video where a dog behaves exactly like a human would if placed in the same situation. The room is bathed in natural light, it is clean, spacious and quiet and if a psychiatrist is watching this video he or she would agree that it meets all the standards and criteria for a hypnosis session. A metronome is there as well, to fit the picture perfectly. What you would least expect is to see Basset Hound sitting next to the metronome, studiously observing its rhythmical movements. The question now is whether dogs, sharing their lives with humans for millennia, have grown to resemble us in such an extent that the metronome would manage to hypnotize this Basset? Watch! Yes, it appears that a metronome has the same effect on dogs, it’s a combination of movement and repetitive sound are both fascinating for our Basset. The movement drew its focus, and the sound occupied his ears. Eventually, his brain decided to ignore the repetitive sounds, and our friend laid down on the floor next to the mechanism and entered into a trance state. So adorable! If you love dogs as much as we do, share this video on social media or tell us a story of your beloved four-legged pal in the comment section below.

Watch The Little Thief Pipes! 1m20s

Watch The Little Thief Pipes!

During the renovation and laying of the pipeline, the naughty Basset Hound dog steals an important element of the pipe. I do not want to give it back after goodness and the dog's escape from the crime scene begins. The owners move in pursuit. The dog is agile and is not easy to catch. Will it be possible to recover an important element?

Musically Talented Basset Hound Accompanies Owner's Cello Practice43s

Musically Talented Basset Hound Accompanies Owner's Cello Practice

This is the heartwarming moment when a talented Basset Hound pooch decides to accompany owner’s cello practice by joining in the fun and howling along to the rhythm! Listen closely as Bodzio the Basset Hound sings along to his owner's cello performance. What a dynamic duo! This music-loving dog just can't resist the urge to join in when owner begins to play his cello. Bodzio the Basset Hound pooch hilariously breaks out into song as soon as his human beings to play the instrument . This dog is very musically talented! Watch him howl in excitement while his owner plays the powerful string instrument. Pets are amazing creatures that bring so much joy and love into our lives. Sure, they can be a lot of hard work to raise, some might say it is almost like raising a child, but those challenges are heavily outweighed by the the positives. Often times, dog owners like to put the musical talent of their loved canines to the test by singing a song or playing an instrument. You would not have imagined that such a tough looking dog would even consider singing along. However, as soon as owner starts playing, he immediately starts howling. Some say canines have an ear for music , others will rebuke that notion, saying that the sheer sound of a musical instrument confuses the dogs, making them ‘complain’ about it. What is the truth about this behavior? Research confirms that dogs have musical preferences and react differently to particular types of music. Usually, when exposed to heavy metal music dogs become quite agitated and start barking. Classical music, on the other hand, seems to have a calming effect on dogs for that matter. Don't necessarily assume that your dog's howling has anything to do with the music you're playing. It may be just a mere coincidence. If the yowling continues well after you've turned off the classical music, it's time to investigate any and all of the other potential triggers for your dog's vocalization, whether nerves due to loneliness or physical pain.

Published: February 20, 20182,667 views