Wednesday, November 17, 2010
(From Left: Snowy's, Dawn's, Amber's)
What's added in our dinner??
=> Rice (Small Amount)
=> Oven bake peitie bite dry kibbles (Small amount and not the usual kibbles we have)
=> Nutripe Lamb with green tripe can meat (3 spoon)
=> Fresh steamed minced mutton
=> 1 whole Hard boiled Egg (we don't often have eggs in our dinner)
=> Fresh steamed Peas, Celery, Carrots and French Beans
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Look how wet the floor is!
Jie jie(Sharon) had to let amber wear her raincoat during walks while Gor Gor(Vernon) have to wait the floor is dryer and walk snowy...
Dawn has to wear her shirt indoor due to the cold tempreture...
Saturday, November 13, 2010
SINGAPORE: From Monday, dogs that have initiated an unprovoked attack and caused injury to a person or animal must undergo obedience training.
This is among new measures taken by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) to control dog attacks.
Another new requirement is an insurance coverage of at least S$100,000 against injury and property damage.
The owner must also take up a banker's guarantee of $2,000.
Dogs that have attacked before must also be securely muzzled when in public.
The list of potentially dangerous dogs has also been changed.
Among the changes, the Perror de Presa Canario will be transferred from Part II to Part I of the potentially dangerous dogs listed in the Second Schedule under the Dog Licensing and Control Rules.
This means that imports of the Perror de Presa Canario will no longer allowed. A new licence for this breed will be granted after obedience training.
There are about 60 cases of dog attacks every year.
The new measures come after a review which was conducted in consultation with stakeholders such as dog owners, animal welfare groups, veterinarians and the general public.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
15-pound terrier recovering from puncture wounds, lung injuries from being underwater
TAMPA, Fla. — Lizabeth the terrier experienced the canine terror of being dragged underwater in an alligator's jaws — and lived to bark the tale.
The gator wasn't so fortunate.
Tom Martino said he and his Jack Russell terrier were taking their afternoon walk along the Hillsborough River in Tampa on Thursday when he heard splashing — the alligator had snatched the 15-pound dog off riverside rocks and pulled her into the water.
Martino, who has a concealed weapons permit, pulled out his handgun and started shooting at the water around the alligator to frighten it into releasing the dog, he told WFLA-TV.
The 6-foot-4 alligator eventually let her go. Using a rod, Martino was able to rescue his dog, he told WFLA. He then performed CPR on her.
"She coughed up a bunch of water," said Martino, who had never performed CPR on a dog. "I
Veterinarian Miryam Reems told WFLA that the dog suffered bites and lung injuries from being underwater. Before the alligator attack, Lizabeth was being treated for a suppressed immune system. Reems told WFLA the CPR saved Lizabeth's life.
At about 7 p.m. Thursday, a trapper contracted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission used a treble hook and fish line to capture the alligator, WFLA reported.
Martino took photos of the capture as neighbors watched and news crews filmed the action. The alligator was taped, roped and placed in the back of the trapper's pickup truck.
The animal was declared a nuisance and was to be euthanized, WFLA reported.
"I'm glad he's gone and nobody else got hurt," Martino said.