Capuchin Monkeys, Do These Primates Make Good Pets?

Capuchin Monkeys, Do These Primates Make Good Pets?

The first thing you must do if you’re thinking of having Capuchin monkeys as pets is to check the laws for exotic pets in your State. Do Capuchin Monkeys Make Good Pets? It is extremely important to know that capuchin monkeys, like other primates, can transmit certain diseases to humans. After rabies, Hepatitis is the most common. Capuchins can … Click here to read more

Corgi Dancing For Kibble, The Best of Sparky the Corgi Dog

Corgi Dancing For Kibble, The Best of Sparky

Sparky the Corgi Dancing For Kibble You’re going to love this little Corgi dancing for kibble.  His name is Sparky and this is a compilation video of his jumping and jiving antics.  This video has had over 6 million views!  Enjoy.  ♥ ABOUT THE CORGI: The Welsh corgi is a small type of herding dog that originated … Click here to read more

Monkey Teaching Human How to Crush Leaves

Monkey Teaching Human How to Crush Leaves

Monkey Teaching Human How to Crush Leaves There are no words or introduction necessary for this video. Just watch, learn and enjoy! This is Chino, a brown capuchin who lives at the International Primate Rescue Centre in South Africa, teaching Louise Smith crush leaves! Visit their website at iprescue.org to see all the amazing work they do! ******** *************************** … Click here to read more

What Kinds of Intestinal Parasites Can My Reptile Get?

What Kinds of Intestinal Parasites Can My Reptile Get?

There is a long list of possible kinds of intestinal parasites that your reptile can be infected with. Some cause a problem (in larger quantities) while some veterinarians believe others are normal for your pet to have (in smaller quantites).  If you’ve ever asked yourself, “What Kinds of Intestinal Parasites Can My Reptile Get?”, read on. Click … Click here to read more

Manatee Deaths Rising After Increased Dock Permitting

Manatee-Deaths-Rising-After-Increased-Dock-Permitting

Manatee Deaths Rising Increased Dock Permitting Dangerous A new Center report shows that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Fish and Wildlife Service have failed to consider the cumulative impacts of thousands of recently permitted docks, piers and boat ramps on manatees. Boat strikes are the leading cause of death for these slow-moving, gentle … Click here to read more