Friday, December 31, 2010
In this video, my family takes our dogs for a walk and I happened to bring my flip camera with me (it was around October when I took this video) and in the video, I was taking turns with my dad walking Tucker (the golden retriever), while my mom was walking Angel (the shizu). As you can see, walking a big dog like goldens can be a challenge as they love to pull on the leash, plus my dog tends to be picky about who gets to walk him. The centinnial trail is a relatively long trail that connects Snohomish with the Smokey Point area (near Arlington) and is used as a bike path, walking path as well as a horse trail (horses use the unpaved trail instead of the paved path). At the time of the video, my family was walking the section going from just south of the highway 2 bridge to just south of Dubuque (though I have taken it all the way to Machias on a few occasions). BTW, sometimes when my family goes on the trail, we will go from near Granite Falls (the Getchell trailhead) all the way to Lake Cassidy (a medium sized lake that the trail passes by on the way to the Marysville area). Personally, I haven't taken the trail all the way from end to end yet (I am not in shape for that at this time), but I'd like to do that someday. Enjoy this video, and feel free to share your thoughts about this video as well as the Centennial trail. BTW, do you have a video about you taking your dogs on a walk on the trail? Feel free to contribute as I would be happy to host it on this blog.
Here is another video I recently posted. While this is actually from a video game, Sonic the Hegehog could be considered animal related since it is about a hedgehog in his mission to stop an evil madman named Dr Robotnik (aka Dr Eggman) in his schemes to kill Sonic and take over the world. In this video, I thought that it would be funny to show Sonic losing to Dr Robotnik. I hope you enjoy this video.
Here is another video I just posted on youtube. It is about my brother's girlfriend's dog named, Charlie. He is a st charles dog and usually hangs out with Tucker and Angel whenever she and Brett (my brother) come up to Snohomih to visit (currently, they live in Portland). At the time of this video, I was probably a little drunk since I had one too many beers that night (it was peer pressure I tell you), and so I was a little hyper. Normally, my family only has 2 dogs at a given time, but whenever Charlie comes up for a visit, we have 3 dogs while he is here. Anyways, feel free to share yout thoughts about Charlie.
You know, I think that I am a little overdue for posting some more videos about my own dogs (namely a golden retriever and a shih tzu). In this video I was filming my dogs just chilling around the house. I even teased Tucker (the golden retriever) with a milkbone (he loves milkbones of course). By the way, technically, I do have a 3rd dog now, a st charles dog named, Charlie, though he actually belongs to my middle brother's girlfriend (she and him live in Portland) and he usually comes over when they are here in the Seattle area. BTW, I still have aspirations to getting either a husky or a malamute some day, but it will be a while before I start going down that path.
By the way, feel free to comment on this video as well as share it with others. Also, do you have any videos about your dogs that you want to share? Feel free to share one. I'd be happy to host it here.
Also, I think I will add a short poll here. Which breed do you like more: shih tzus or golden retrievers? Feel free to let me know.
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
I actually got Kinectimals for Christmas, and I find the cat interacting with a virtual leopard to be amazing since it can be tricky to get an animal (such as a dog or cat) to play kinnect as the system does not always recoginize the pet (especilly smaller ones). If you ask me, I think this cat has a little virtual buddie if you ask me
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010
Here is a short video about a newfoundland dog and a malamute playing at a park. Newfoundlands are big black dogs (maybe a little bigger than malamutes). In my church bible study group, at the first host home the group met at, the owners had a newfoundland dog.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Here is another petsmart related video (btw, I do happen to be an affiliate of pet smart, so if you like what pet smart has to offer, I posted a ref link to their site under the "sponsored links" page for your convenience). In this video, posted by "gonetosnowdogs", a couple brings their two siberian huskies into a Pet Smart store. I found this video impressive because 1) I am a sucker for huskies and 2) you rarely see people bringing big dogs like huskies into pet stores like Pet Smart. I live near Bridges Pets, which is a store similar to petsmart (but a little smaller) and you are far more likely to see people bringing small dogs (like Chiuhauas) instead of big dogs like siberian huskies, let alone 2 of them. BTW, gonetosnowdogs is a popular channel on youtube that features a couple and their two siberian huskies as they take them places, interact with them, etc (almost to the same calibur to the famous Mishka the Husky). Be sure to share this viral video with others and feel free to comment too.
Commentary: I thought that I would share this video with you all. In this commecrial, Pet Smart shows off a short commercial featuring these cute dogs to help promote their business. BTW, I do happen to be an affiliate of pet smart, so you are a pet smart fan, I posted a referral link to their website under the "sponsored links" page, just fyi. Pet Smart is a huge retailer (similar to Bridges Pets) and offers a huge array of pet supplies, pets, and other pet related products.
I think it is time for another husky-related video. In this video, I stumbled across on youtube, posted by haleona, someone is teasing his/her dog with a laser pen, and you can see the dog going loco tryingto get at the elusive laser. BTW, this seems to work with lots of dogs, and actually be hilarious with small dogs as they are likely to bark as well. BTW, do you have a video about your dog/cat chasing after a laser you want to share? Feel free to submit one and I would be happy to post it.
Hey guys, I have to share this video with you all. It was posted by KAIZEN786 on youtube and has a good collection of cat-related videos. BTW, do you have videos about your cats you want to share? Feel free to submit some at the "submit content" page.
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Description: in this video, a lady walks 5 young siberian huskies, with another person walking one adult.
You know, I have to admire this lady's skill walking 5 siberian huskies instead of 1. Sibes are no small dogs either, and so I am sure that they can pull people down the street if they wanted to, and you are bound to have a good work out running with not 1 husky, but 5 of them. BTW, these dogs are only puppies in the video, but imagine what it will be like once they are fully grown. Of course at that point, it might be good to go roller blading with them.
I give this video 5 stars out of 5 for this lady's impressive feat.
Flashback - here is a video from Cesar the Dog Whisperer in a similar video about a lady that tries to walk 3 huskies at a time.
In the video above, this video takes place in the episode of Dog Whisperer when Cesar helps a bunch of families living on a cul de sac in a suburb near Los Angeles who all have unruly dogs (such as the german shepards that like to attack the neighbor's dogs, a lady getting dragged by 3 fully grown huskies, etc). This video above is to show how walking 3 huskies at a time can really be a handful. Of course, in the other video, the lady has 5, so that is bound be a challenge if you ask me. I have to admire the strengths of both the lady in the first video and Cesar in the second video. BTW, I don't have a husky, but I do have a golden retriever and they too can give you a good work out running or walking with them and can literally pull you down the street.
Do you have a similar feat that you want to share about you walking multiple big dogs at a time? Feel free to share!