They’re finally here! Yes! The 200 gallon 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft tank (0.5 inch thick glass) and its 36″ x 36″ x 30″ pine wood stand have arrived. The discus, small fish and driftwoods finally have a place to call home ! Time to get started with designing the interiors of our 200 gallon Amazonian… Read more →
The driftwoods for our 200 gallon amazonian hardscape are finally here! Right now they’re being soaked in water. We hope our discus and the other small fish are going to love the hiding places in and around the bogwoods!
As our upcoming 200 gallon Amazonian Hardscape tank, stand and other accessories are being custom made and the Neon Sapphires are getting immune to California water conditions and growing bigger and prettier with every passing day, it’s high time we start hand picking the aquarium plants and other small fish required to complete the tank ecosystem.
Prong Collars are not all bad for German Shepherds; in fact, if used appropriately, they can be the most effective and humane way of correcting the “land sharks” during their obedience, protection and other training and walking exercises.
Here’s a quick look at our existing discus fish picture gallery (before the Neon Sapphires arrived).
We got 12 of these Neon Sapphire Discus from Kenny’s Discus. Yay!
Myth: Crate Training a puppy is cruel. Fact: Crate Training is ideal for puppies, especially for giant breeds like German Shepherds.
Is your GSD a picky eater? Does he sniff and move away from the bowl of food you serve him every time with so much love and care? Are you concerned about his food drive? Are you worried about his health? Of course his health comes first. If you find anything amiss with his usual behavior like playing with less… Read more →
Enzo, our adorable German Shepherd, was 20 months old when we added a second German Shepherd puppy to our family. Enzo was a hyperactive boy, with an enormous drive, nudging us 24×7 to play “Brring” with him with whatever he found handy: his ball, his bone, our shoes, twigs, branches, small stones and even a small towel once.We, unfortunately, were… Read more →