April 18, 2017 Photos by: Feel Photo Art/BigstockWhile some might think talking to our pets may make us a little quirky, a University of Chicago professor says not only is it a normal behavior, it also marks high intelligence in humans.
Sugar-sweet plumps! Kitten falls asleep while seated Every animal lover knows that cats like to take a nap and love strange sleeping places. But the minimiez in this video is not looking for a place to sleep, but nods off while sitting. "I keep myself awake!
Animals and people Sweet cat is happy about the return of his favorite person "Oh, you are back! Yeah!", The little cat is happy in the video that her heartfelt person is coming home. It jumps up and down on the window pane like a bouncy ball. She waves her front paws to greet her.
Cat keeping What do kittens learn from their cat mother? It is advisable not to separate kittens from their cat mother until they are about twelve weeks old, since they can still learn a lot from them. The little kittens take a look at their mom and then imitate it. These little kittens still have a lot to learn from their mother - Shutterstock / avarand Some cat behavior is innate, other things have to be learned by their mother and those around them.
Cute dogs "darn, help me!" Dog tries to snap the ball The cute dog in this video wants to play with a red rubber ball. Too bad his toy is on a chair. Does the animal still get the object? The cute four-legged friend carefully sticks its snout through the wooden bars of the back of the chair and snatches the ball.
Dog Keeping What the Favorite Dog Breed Reveals About Personality Most people say they love dogs. Many even have a favorite dog breed - and this preference is said to say something about their own personality. Do the following character traits apply to you?
Veterinarian Sick Dog: Does An Ultrasound Scan Help? If dogs appear unusually calm and withdrawn conspicuously, they may be sick. An ultrasound scan at the vet is one way to find out what your dog is missing. But what exactly can be examined with the method also called sonography?
Dog Training Aggressive Dog: Training Tips and Correct Handling An aggressive dog is almost always an insecure dog who believes that it has to defend itself or its "property". The following upbringing tips will help you how to react to them and how to learn how to handle your brawler correctly.
Dog education Possible difficulties in problem dog therapy For problem dog therapy to be successful, you must work well with the therapist. Difficulties usually arise when you have deliberately or unconsciously concealed details of your dog's life. Dishonesty in problem dog therapy can be dangerous - Shutterstock / cynoclub Only if you are open and honest about problem dog therapy can you and your therapist work off your dog's aggressive or anxious behavior and teach him the desired behavior.
Sweet "You can't get in here!" Cat is practicing as a bouncer "May I please go into the room?" Asks the kitten in this video to his peers. But he stands across and doesn't want to let the young cat pass. The minimiez uses her sweetest fluffy face, but the cheeky Scottish Fold kitten just won't let her through the door.
Sweet dogs Out of control: Cute Labrador puppies playing, digging, rolling, running: The Labrador puppies in this video can hardly be stopped while romping in the garden. When the weather is sunny, the young dogs enjoy the day and nibble on every toy they can find on the bright green meadow.
Sweet dogs Puddly German Shepherd puppies compete for a round of cuddly fluff? The German Shepherd Puppies in the video are just sweet as sugar as they run cute through the garden. "I'm the fastest, huuuuuiiiii!" One of the little dogs seems to want to say to his siblings.
Play kitten Kuro: "Help, a vacuum cleaner!" "Yeah, what's going on past me there?" Asks the kitty Kuro in the video when he sees a vacuum cleaner robot driving past him. It keeps an eye on the device with fascination. As soon as the vacuum cleaner comes on, the young Miez withdraws anxiously and jumps up in terror.
Cute dogs "Get away from my owner!" Dachshund defends owner A girl and a boy fool around a bit in this video and apparently practice kickboxing. When the boy lifts his leg and tries to kick the air, the dog standing next to him understands the situation completely wrong.
Very close Practical: An elevator for the cat The cat in this short video would like to go back inside. But apparently the black kitty doesn't find the front door. Instead, the clever velvet paw prefers to use the practical basket elevator that its owners have made for it. "Meow, meow, I want to get warm again!
Funny cats Clever cat steals a cuddly toy from the neighbors "If the neighbors leave their toys in the garden, I can grab them!", The cat thinks in this video and steals a cuddly toy that she found on a strange property. Hop, the sporty velvet paw has already jumped onto safe terrain from the neighboring lawn.
Danger sunscreen for the dog: does that have to be? It may sound strange, but even a dog can get sunburned. Sunscreen is therefore an important protection for the four-legged friend in the summer when staying outdoors for a long time. Dogs with short or light fur are particularly at risk.
Funny cats Fluffy fluffy cat likes to play with bottle caps "Allow me, my name is Nala and I think bottle caps are really great", the super fluffy cat in the video seems to think. She carefully observes the object of desire that her favorite person throws up behind the camera.
Dangers Danger in summer: prevent heat stroke in the dog A heat stroke in the dog can be fatal at worst! The summer heat is a pain for dogs because they hardly have sweat glands and cannot release excess heat as quickly as humans. Fortunately, heat stroke can be prevented with a little attention.
Animal diseases Emergency in the dog: Immediately to the vet! Your dog is flabby, not in a good mood and may be in pain: But when is there actually an emergency when you have to take your little darling to the vet quickly? Is your dog just a little flabby or is it an emergency?
Danger of poisoning in cats: These symptoms indicate that if cats are poisoning, you need to see a veterinarian as soon as possible. However, it is often difficult to correctly interpret the symptoms. Here are the most common signs of poisoning. If you have symptoms of poisoning, you should quickly visit a veterinarian - Image: Shutterstock / Stokkete Cats can poison themselves in various ways.