Work as a Reward →
full-pelt: Dogs who are trained without the use of aversives learn to find joy in work. They feel a sense of excitement when they hear a cue for a known behavior. This feeling of joy is pleasant for both participants in the training process, but it’s so much more than just an enjoyable side effect of the training method. The important thing to remember here is that the emotions you feel when...
Saying it out loud. Quietly: Think free →
crueltyfreeisthewaytobe: kittaylor: Do you want to ride an elephant? Is there a number on your bucket list with this wish next to it? Have you ever day dreamed about flying to Asia to see an elephant paint a picture, or play football? If you answered yes to the above then the below pictures are for you This is how… Click it to read more… :((
Elusive Saharan Cheetah Captured in Photos |... →
itsdetachable: An elusive Saharan cheetah recently came into the spotlight in Niger, Africa, where a hidden camera snapped photos of the ghostly cat, whose pale coat and emaciated appearance distinguish it from other cheetahs. In one of the images the sleek, light-colored cat with small spots on its coat and a small head is turning in the direction of the camera, its eyes aglow. Its appearance,...
Choking dog saves its own life.
A dog choking on a phone cord has saved its own life by dialling emergency services. George the basset hound knocked his owner’s home phone to the ground and was playing with it when it wrapped around his neck, The Sun reports. As the cord wrapped tighter around his neck, a panicked George managed to accidentally dial 999 – the number for British emergency services. Alarmed by the heavy...
Anonymous asked: I think it's a hare, too