Have You Considered Life as a Turtle

May 15, 2009 at 4:08 AM Leave a comment

OK, so I’m a day late this week too, but I have a really good excuse for this Wednesday. I wanted to wait for Russ Case’s, the Reptiles magazine editor, latest blog entry.

For those of you that are not familiar with him, Helmut is the official Reptiles magazine and ReptileChannel red-eared slider. Helmut was found by a co-worker in her backyard about two years ago and he’s been with the company ever since he was brought in.

Russ took some time to record all the happening things that Helmut does all day. I thought it was pretty neat to sit down and look at what a day in the life of a red-eared slider was like. I decided to try and figure out what my cats do all day. From my observations they sleep, eat, drink, sleep, play, sleep, eat, drink, and sleep … oh to be a cat. Or even maybe a red-eared slider! Be sure to check out Russ’ entry “Turtle Diary” on ReptileChannel.

Do you know what your pets are up to all day long?

Inside the AnimalNetwork Community – Thursday, May 14, 2009

Barkin’ Back from DogChannel
Allan Reznik, Editor-at-Large for Dog World and Dog Fancy magazines, wonders aloud about where have the sanctioned matches and fun matches gone in a frugal economy.

Carol Ranfone, a mother in Orlando, Florida, is working to make the public aware of potential risks that pet access doors might post to children. Her new advocacy website not only raises awareness of these dangers put is also pushing for change in the industry.

The Cat’s Meow from CatChannel
CatChannel blogger Suzanne Stowe talks about the importance and fun of making time to play with your kitties in her latest blog entry “Take Time to Play With Your Cats.”

Cat owners, veterinarians and vet technicians are all invited to discuss cat-health issues at the Winn Feline Foundation’s 31st annual Symposium on Feline Health this June 25, 2009.

From the Flock at BirdChannel
Does your bird enjoy picking at your jewelry or even your hand? Get creative and make a bracelet for your bird to play with instead with the plans for BirdChannel’s Bird Bracelet.

Kashmir Csaky, BirdChannel’s macaw expert, answers the question “Is there a way to tell if my green-winged macaw is a male or female without a DNA test?”

In the Herp World at ReptileChannel
The California tiger salamander has been formally designated as a candidate for threatened or endangered status under the California Endangered Species Act by the California Fish and Game Commission.

Learn more about spotted turtle care and breeding information.

Out At Sea from FishChannel
FishChannel gives you detailed information about the care of and descriptions about select species of gourami fish.

Neale Monks, Ph.D., gives information on using ammonia to cycle a marine aquarium without putting fish at risk in the article “Fishless Cycling in a Saltwater Aquarium

Critter Chatter from SmallAnimalChannel
Jill Warnick, hedgehog expert, answers the question “Is it possible to get a permit for owning a hedgehog in California or other states where it’s illegal?”

Catya, SmallAnimalChannel blogger, answers the question “What do you do when one of your hamsters escapes?” in her latest blog entry “Hamster Houdinis.”

At The Stable from HorseChannel
HorseChannel offers you practice courses of western trail class obstacles. Practicing not only helps your horse, but also helps you strengthen your horsemanship skills.

Making sure you’re prepared for your horse show is important. Make sure you don’t leave anything important at home with HorseChannel’s Horse Show Checklist. You can also personalize and print out stall cards for all of the horses that you’re bringing to the show.

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