GSDs, especially those from the working line, are athletic dogs who need regular exercise to maintain their overall health, boost appetite and drain some energy from their infinite pool enthusiasm so that they don’t drain their owners or start destroying things around them. Since we’ve two of these balls of energy always bugging us to entertain them in some way… Read more →
With proper training, GSDs can not only be the best possible companion you can think of, but also a great asset to your family. These brainy land sharks, if disciplined early and well, are quick learners and will promptly pick up ways to utilize their immense drive and infinite pool of energy in constructive ways. All they need is… Read more →
GSD owners are no foreigners to disobedience issues in their pets, especially common with younger German Shepherds who’re still in their pre-BH days. Even the puppy who you had trained so well over the past few months and one who knows how to follow all commands, starts behaving like an altogether different animal as soon as he steps into young… Read more →
The mind of Roald Dahl is quintessentially nasty and wicked – Washington Post Add murderous precision to Stephen King’s narration style, throw in some humor in Clive Barker’s story telling, and imagine a more blood craving Jorge Luis Borges, and you’ll get Roald Dahl. Here’s a chronologically arranged list of the best five of Roald Dahl short stories that have… Read more →
No pet parent will willingly board his GSD in a pet hotel even for a day, right? But what about the business trips and emergency out of town travels which pop up so suddenly, that you absolutely got to go and don’t have anyone to look after your furbaby once you’re gone. Not all of us is lucky enough to… Read more →
A connoisseur of gastronomy was congratulated on his appointment as a director of of indirect contributions at Perigues: and, above all, in the pleasure there would be living in the midst of good cheer, in the country of truffles, partridges, truffled turkeys, and so forth. “Alas !” replied with a sigh the sad gastronomer, “can one really live at all… Read more →
A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than yourself. – Josh Billings It’s every pet parent’s responsibility to make sure his/home offers a perfectly comfortable habitat for the pet(s). But some pet parents, in addition to being pet parents, are also guilty of being fond of their lawn and garden, especially the ones in the… Read more →
Substrate Setup Today We’ll go over how to layer the substrate and hardscape. Careful consideration should be given to substrate layout because that determines how your plants would grow and how much space should be left for the fish. For freshwater planted tanks, you will come across mesmerizing aquascapes where aquascapers pay close attention to the open space and select… Read more →
Before I start rushing you through the recipes, may be answering the 3 W-s will be helpful.
Planning Keeping Discus in planted setup is always a challenge. Careful planning is key to success. Discus love deep water column where they slowly move up and down. So, height and depth of tank come handy. Next would be habitat design.