[caption id="attachment_6442" align="alignright" width="311" caption="Fanna and Santiago with TREATS!"][/caption] I hope you’ve learned a lot at last week’s Loose Leash seminar and you’re practicing at home. Teaching polite leash manners is an “expensive behavior,” which means that you should use the yummiest treats possible for rewards. When selecting treats, look for meaty treats that can be [...]
[caption id="attachment_6393" align="alignright" width="300" caption="180g All Male Peacock-Hap African Cichlid Aquarium6 Gallon Betta Tank6 Gallon Betta Tank"][/caption]Over 20 ago when I started in the aquatics hobby (pre-digital camera days) there wasn't a huge selection of foundations for a live coral aquarium. In fact, the selection was primarily bleached dead coral. It offered a very sterile environment for hobbyists with stark white crushed coral gravel and coral pieces.At the time, my room was created with a black and white theme- white walls, black futon sofa, black and white photographs including an over-sized black and white photograph of New York City. Considering the decor selection available at the time, it was only fitting that my 75 gallon tank was decked out in the black and white motif as well. It was a black tank with a black stand and a black canopy. White gravel covered the bottom and bleached white coral filled the inside - had it been a living room, there would have been no red wine or grape juice allowed! The tank's occupants were a large school of spotted domino and four stripe damsels as well as a yellow tang adding a splash of yellow. It was fresh, modern and my own unique design! This tank was the beginning of my journey in aquatics as living art. Just like dogs and cats can resemble their owners - aquariums can be a reflection of your home or office space. Does your aquarium's design cater to your personality? Feel free to show off pictures of your tank below - we would love to see it!
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[caption id="attachment_6386" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="10 Gallon Tiki from the Petco Forum"][/caption][caption id="attachment_6391" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="6 Gallon Betta Tank"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_6387" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Gary P. - 3.5 Gallon Glo-Fish Tank"][/caption]
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Walking your dog can–and should–be fun for both of you!Teaching your dog to walk on a loose leash is a complex behavior. There is a lot going on (you, your dog, holding a leash, watching for a loose leach, giving treats) all WHILE you are walking, too! Most of us have a hard [...]
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