Niko gets his red envelope with a special treat inside! 2013 Year of the Snake? He thinks it’s the year of the snack Happy Lunar New Year to all!
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Niko the dog and Jeannette the human battle for glory in this tale of courage, strength, balance, tactics, strategy, endurance, bravery, and intelligence. Who will win?!! Have an idea for our next challenge?
Three very adorable female mice are just waking up and come out from their little hut. One really loves running on the wheel! They are such pretty colors and have cute faces
These are female mice at a Petsmart, I used to have 2 males when I was a child and I loved them! Mice make great pets <:3)~
This is Birdy, he is doing a lot of dancing and being vocal. He is a happy boy! He is over 10 years old and loves to give kisses!
Niko the American Eskimo Dog and Guinness the German Spitz practice playing dead trick. This trick was super easy to teach them. Both have interesting acting skills. Also look at that huge luxurious bed Niko has! We got it from Costco
We went to the Big E this year and saw lots of awesome things, including a chick hatchery and this box of baby chicks! They are so cute and colorful. I always want to take pocketfuls of them home, lookit the little wings, their fuzzy heads!!!
When we went to the Franklin Park Zoo, I was sure to take many photos and videos of the animals there. It was a great experience and I want to share it with you!
Zookeeper with Kevin James was filmed here and they were promoting it all over the zoo. These are some photos and video from our 2011 visit to Franklin Park Zoo in MA. Was there just in time for the lion to wake up for one minute, roar and then go back to sleep. It was so cool! Lots of great animals, including a baby gorilla making funny faces, lemur in a bucket, jaguar hacking a hairball, and a scary butterfly sanctuary.
Saw these cutie baby hamsters at Petco so I took a video of them.
Roborovskis (Phodopus roborovskii) or desert hamster is the smallest of all hamsters, averaging under an inch (2 cm) at birth, and (rarely) three inches (7.5 cm) during adulthood. Distinguishing characteristics of the Roborovskis are eyebrow-like white spots, and the lack of any dorsal stripe (found on the other members of the Phodopus genus). The average lifespan for the Roborovski hamster is three (3) years, though this is dependent on living conditions (extremes being four years in captivity and two in the wild). Although claimed to be hypoallergenic, Roborovski hamsters have been associated with the development of asthma in previously asymptomatic owners.