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Who Says Dogs and Cats Have To Fight

The war between cats and dogs is a topic of debate from Hollywood to hometowns. Multiple-pet owners have examples of cats that buddy up to their canine companions, of dogs chasing cats off their turf, or of the two species respectfully ignoring each other. The two don't have to automatically "fight like cats and dogs." Their ability to get along is shaped by their individual experiences with the other specie accumulated before they are paired. Their communication styles differ too which can lead to confusion: A dog wags his tail to show happiness and eagerness to play; a cat lashes her tail to indicate displeasure or anger. You can help them to share a home by keeping each pet's best interests and instincts in mind. Here are 10 tips.

10: Promote Puppy Love and Kitten Closeness

Because puppies and kittens have had no (bad) experiences with each other, they will get along more quickly than older pets. So it makes sense, if you are thinking of having one of each, to get them as youngsters. Growing up together, they will form a bond. However, a puppy's play may still be a bit rough for a fragile kitten that will always be tinier than her canine mate. Always supervise their interactions, even if they are friendly: A kitten may signal that she's finished playing but the energetic puppy could still be eager to go, and his activity may confuse her. Teach the puppy to play by chasing a toy, never his smaller feline buddy; this will ensure he grows up respecting, not pursuing, smaller animals.

9: Make the Right Match

A cat who is curious about but not fearful of dogs, and a dog who has at least a nodding acquaintance with felines are the ideal pairing. Whichever pet you're adopting, a rescue organization or animal shelter will gladly work with you to help select the best candidate, based on the history and personality of the animal you're choosing and the one at home.

A stray or feral cat that needs to be socialized and acclimated to indoor living can be a hazard to a resident dog, because she is accustomed to seeing dogs as the enemy, animals to be fought rather than befriended. And some dog breeds, such as terriers, hounds and herding dogs, shouldn't live with cats. Their instincts, which drive them to catch, shake and kill prey, will endanger felines which they see as something to chase.

8: Slow That Intro

Cats are both territorial and not fond of change, so a supervised, gradual awareness of another pet is the best method for keeping the peace. Patience is a must, because the introduction phase could take anywhere from a few days to several weeks, or longer in some cases. Stick to the animals' preferred pace, and don't force them to be together. Speak in soft, conversational tones to both animals, and spend quality time with each in their separate spaces, not neglecting the resident pet to give the new one extra attention. Letting each animal see the other for brief periods in a neutral room and gradually increasing the exposure, will assure them that there's room for more than one pet.

7: Meet Your (Restrained) Roomie

Keep your dog's leash on during early meetings with your cat, so that if he becomes aggressive, even in play, you can limit his movements and calmly but firmly discipline him. If he's trained, command him to take the "down-stay" position. Keep the cat out of the dog's biting range, and allow her to escape the dog's attention if she wants to (but not flee throughout your home!) You can also have the animals meet from opposite sides of a pet gate at first, but don't allow them to touch noses or otherwise get too close until each is more accustomed to the sight of the other. Some pet owners place the cat or small dog in a carrier or crate, and let the other pet sniff and circle the confined animal. This depends largely on the disposition of the confined pet. He or she may be just fine with a stranger hovering outside, or feel trapped as the other pet investigates his or her arrival.

6: Offer a Safe Haven

The cat, whether a new arrival or current resident, should have a separate refuge of her own for at least a few days or a week, preferably in a room with a door or behind a pet gate. This area should be off-limits to the dog. Place a litter box, food and water, scratching post, toys and bed in this room. Your cat will feel more secure knowing she can get away from the unfamiliar experience of getting to know a dog. Don't allow your canine to linger outside the room, as his presence will stress the cat and defeat the purpose of the separate space.

5: Mix Scents with Sensibility

Animals get to know one another through scent, not face-to-face meetings. Even before they see each other, you can help both pets become familiar with each other's scent. Gently rub a T-shirt, sock, towel or washcloth over the dog, and place it near the cat's food dish or bed. After a few days, rub the item with the dog's scent over the cat, mingling their scents. Reverse the procedure for your dog. By offering both access to each other's scents, you'll make their initial meeting less stressful, as each pet will know that this other critter is not a total stranger.

4. Provide Litter Privacy, Please

Your cat's litter box should always be in a spot where the dog cannot get at it. Invasion of her litter box will stress her out. If the dog interferes with the cat while she is doing her business, she may abandon the box and soil elsewhere in your home, where she feels less threatened.

Dogs have a disgusting habit of -- ewww alert here -- snacking on the contents of a cat's litter box which they actually find very tasty (a very good reason never to kiss your dog or let him lick your face). The simplest solution to stopping this is to place the litter box where the cat can access it but the dog can't, such as inside a space too small for the dog to enter. Or consider a covered litter box that gives the cat privacy but prevents the dog from getting in. Because cats can navigate in darkness while dogs can't, placing the litter box in a darkened room may also work.

3. Keep Cat Claws in Trim

If the cat feels threatened or stressed, she may react and injure the dog with her primary weapon: her claws. Therefore, those claws should be trimmed to ensure that a casual swipe of the paw -- an instinctive, harmless move if her claws are sheathed -- won't be disastrous for your dog, especially during their early meetings.

Declawing your cat is not a good idea. She will feel, and be, defenseless around a dog, not to mention this is a painful procedure. If you feel that even trimmed claws are not safe enough, consider nail caps, which coat the cat's claws with blunt endings, but keep the claws intact. These vinyl coverings, attached with a nontoxic adhesive, last about four to six weeks, while the cat's claws grow out, and do not interfere with her usual extension and retraction of her claws.

2. Offer Separate Dining Spots

Each pet should be able to eat undisturbed by the other, so set up individual feeding stations. You may want to serve the cat's meals on an elevated surface such as a countertop or windowsill to prevent the dog from wolfing down her food as well as his own. In addition to allowing each pet to dine in peace, "separate tables" ensure that each will eat his or her own food. Cat and dog food are not nutritionally interchangeable. While most cats have zero interest in Fido's menu, dogs find the higher protein and fat content of cat food very appetizing. Regular cat food consumption can result in a nutritional imbalance and weight gain for dogs.

1: Hope for BFFs, But Settle for Nodding Acquaintances

You may wish for the movie version of inseparable pals, but doggy devotion and kitty cordiality cannot be pushed -- and animals won't fake affection. Each brings his or her own quirks, habits and likes to the relationship. But by ensuring that your dog is well-trained in obedience, and giving the cat a high-up perch, such as a cat tree, you can create an atmosphere where friendship can blossom. The two may eventually accept one another, with minimal interaction but no animosity, or they may develop a genuine fondness for each other. If they're both snuggling and shedding together on your bedspread, you'll know they've teamed up to rule your home and heart.


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The dog (Canis lupus familiaris) is a mammal from the family Canidae. It has been domesticated by humans for a long time. It was the first animal ever to be domesticated. Dogs are used by humans for many different things, for work and as pets. They are a popular pet because they are usually playful, friendly, and listen to humans. Thirty million dogs in the United States are registered as pets. Dogs eat both meat and vegetables, often mixed together and sold in stores as dog food. Dogs often have jobs, including as police dogs, army dogs, seeing eye dogs, fire dogs, messenger dogs, hunting dogs and sheepdogs.

They are sometimes called "canines" from the Latin word for dog - canis. Sometimes people also use "dog" to describe other canids, such as wolves. A baby dog is called a pup or puppy. A dog is called a puppy until it is about one year old.

Dogs are sometimes referred to as "man's best friend" because they are kept as domestic pets and are usually loyal and like being around humans.


Appearance and behaviour

Dogs can smell and hear very well, but cannot see well in color, or they are color blind. Dogs have four legs and make a "bark," "woof," or "arf" sound. Dogs often chase cats, and most dogs will fetch a ball or stick.

Dogs usually live about 10 years or more. The size and the breed of the dog may change how long the dog lives. Smaller dog breeds usually live longer.

Like wolves, wild dogs travel in groups called packs. Packs of dogs are ordered by rank, and dogs with low rank will submit to other dogs with higher rank. The highest ranked dog is called the alpha male. A dog in a group helps and cares for others. Domesticated dogs often view their owner as the alpha male.


Origin of dogs

All dogs are descended from wolves,which of the wolves come from are the dire wolves. They're wolves, but dire. Which has happened due to domestication and artificial selection. This is known because DNA genome analysis has been done to discover this. They have been bred by humans. The earliest known fossil of a domestic dog is from 31,700 years ago in Belgium


Dogs and humans

Dogs have lived with people for at least 30,000 years. They are often called "man's best friend" because they fit in with human life. Dogs can serve people in many ways. For example, there are guard dogs, hunting dogs, herding dogs, and guide dogs for blind people. There are also dogs that are trained to smell for diseases in the human body or to find bombs or illegal drugs. These dogs sometimes help police in airports or other areas. Sniffer dogs (usually beagles) are sometimes trained for this job. Dogs have even been sent by Russians into outer space, a few years before any human being. The first dog sent up was called Laika, but died while there.


Dog breeds

There are at least 800 breeds (kinds) of dogs. Dogs whose parents were the same breed will also be that breed: these dogs are called purebred or pure pedigree dogs. Dogs with parents from different breeds no longer belong to one breed: they are called mutts, mixed-breed dogs, hybrids, or mongrels. Some of the most popular breeds are sheepdogs, collies, poodles and retrievers. It is becoming popular to breed together two different breeds of dogs and call the new dog's breed a name that is a mixture of the parents' breeds' two names. A puppy with a poodle and a pomeranian as parents might be called a Pomapoo. These kinds of dogs, instead of being called mutts, are known as designer dog breeds. These dogs are normally used for prize shows and designer shows. They can be guide dogs.

Interesting Dog Anatomy Facts - Some Amazing Dog Anatomy Facts!

A young dog has only 28 milk teeth
Dogs take between 10 and 30 breaths every minute
A dog's heart beats between 70 and 120 times a minute, compared with a human heart which beats 70 to 80 times a minute
A dog's temperature is between 100.2 and 102.8 degrees Fahrenheit
Dogs do not sweat by salivating. They sweat through the pads of their feet.
Female dog bites are twice as numerous as male dog bites
The Chow Chow dog has a black tongue
A dogs sight is better than that of a human in dim light
Dogs have a visual range of 250 degrees compared to the human range of 180 degrees
A dog can hear sounds 250 yards away that most people cannot hear beyond 25 yards
Dogs have twice as many muscles for moving their ears as people
The average dog's mouth exerts 150 to 180 pounds of pressure per square inch. Some dogs can apply up to 450 pounds


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The Java sparrow, also known as Java finch, Java rice sparrow or Java rice bird, is a small passerine bird.

This estrildid finch is a resident breeding bird in Java, Bali and Bawean in Indonesia. It is a popular cage bird, and has been introduced in a large number of other countries.

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Elasticity
In physics, #elasticity (from Greek ἐλαστός "ductible") is the tendency of solid materials to return to their original shape after being deformed. Solid objects will deform when forces are applied on them. If the material is elastic, the object will return to its initial shape and size when these forces are removed.
The physical reasons for elastic behavior can be quite different for different materials. In metals, the atomic lattice changes size and shape when forces are applied (energy is added to the system). When forces are removed, the lattice goes back to the original lower energy state. For rubbers and other polymers, elasticity is caused by the stretching of polymer chains when forces are applied.
When an elastic material is deformed due to an external force, it experiences internal forces that oppose the deformation and restore it to its original state if the external force is no longer applied. There are various elastic moduli, such as Young's modulus, the shear modulus, and the bulk modulus, all of which are measures of the inherent stiffness of a material as a resistance to deformation under an applied load. The various moduli apply to different kinds of deformation. For instance, Young's modulus applies to uniform extension, whereas the shear modulus applies to shearing.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elasticity_(physics)

elasticity, ability of a deformed material body to return to its original shape and size when the forces causing the deformation are removed. A body with this ability is said to behave (or respond) elastically.
To a greater or lesser extent, most solid materials exhibit elastic behaviour, but there is a limit to the magnitude of the force and the accompanying deformation within which elastic recovery is possible for any given material. This limit, called the elastic limit, is the maximum stress or force per unit area within a solid material that can arise before the onset of permanent deformation. Stresses beyond the elastic limit cause a material to yield or flow. For such materials the elastic limit marks the end of elastic behaviour and the beginning of plastic behaviour. For most brittle materials, stresses beyond the elastic limit result in fracture with almost no plastic deformation.
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/182035/elasticity
Elasticity and Young's Modulus

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-01-physics-i-classical-mechanics-fall-1999/video-lectures/lecture-26/

Differential Forms in Elasticity Theory
http://it.hs-pforzheim.de/personen/schadt/Elast_DiffForm.html

https://projects.exeter.ac.uk/fluidflow/ContinuumMechanics/TheoryofElasticity4013/TheoryofElasticity4013.html
Theory of Elasticity
http://www.me.ust.hk/~meqpsun/Notes/Theory%20Of%20Elasticity(Landau-1959)


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How to hand feeding hummingbirds

Hand feeding hummingbirds can be a magical, enchanting experience for any backyard birder, and with patience and perseverance it can be surprisingly easy to arrange.

Any backyard birder with a hummingbird feeder can feed hummingbirds by hand. The key to success is to gain the birds’ trust, however, and it takes several steps to do so.

    Attract Hummingbirds: First, it is necessary to attract hummingbirds. Plant hummingbird flowers, put out several suitable feeders and make your backyard a hummingbird haven. To make it easier to hand feed hummingbirds, arrange the feeders and flowers in a single location to concentrate where the birds visit and help them become familiar with where food is available.

    Take Notes: As the hummingbirds visit your yard, note when the most popular feeding times are each day and how many birds take advantage of the feeders. If there is one feeder that is especially popular, study the birds’ behavior to learn why they prefer it.

    Be Present: Once hummingbirds regularly visit the feeding station, it is time to get them used to your presence. During the most popular feeding times, sit outside several feet away from the feeders. Each day, move a small step or two closer to the feeders, but remain still so the birds are not threatened. Avoid any sudden moves or unnecessary sounds while the birds gradually learn that you won’t hurt them.

    Be Consistent: As the birds are getting used to your presence, be consistent with what time you’re at the feeders, how you stand or sit and what you wear. Keeping your behavior similar day after day will help the birds become accustomed to you more quickly, but it may still take several days or weeks for them to feel comfortable with you nearby.

    Hold the Feeder: When the birds have become used to you and you’re able to sit or stand very close to the feeder without disturbing them, it is time to try holding the feeder for them to eat. Remove other feeders to concentrate their activity at the feeder you’re holding, and keep the feeder very still to avoid startling the birds. If you are patient, a hummingbird may sip from the feeder within just a few minutes.

    Provide a Perch: If you want an even more intimate experience hand feeding hummingbirds, offer your finger or hand as a perch in front of the feeder’s feeding ports. This is easy to do by cupping the feeder in your hand or placing your fingers alongside an existing perch.

For many birders, having a hummingbird land on their finger to feed is an amazing experience. If you want to have an even more intimate encounter with these flying jewels, consider using a very small dish as a feeder, such as a red bottle cap, a test tube or a floral tube and rest it in your palm or hold it in a closed fist. Once the birds are used to landing on your hand to feed, you can even put a small splash of nectar directly in your hand.
Tips for Hand Feeding Hummingbirds

It can take several weeks for hummingbirds to become accustomed to your presence and feel safe feeding from your hands. To make the process easier…

    Wear a red shirt or hat or a floral print to attract the birds to you. Even small red accents such as a red bead bracelet or red nail polish can help guide the birds to the feeder you’re holding.

    Choose a simple feeder style with only a single feeding port. This will allow you to position the feeder so the birds will land on your hand or give you good views while you’re feeding them.

    Try feeding hummingbirds by hand only late in the season when there are more birds visiting your feeders. The more competition there is for food, the more likely a bold bird will be to land on your hand or visit a hand-held feeder.

    Remove multiple feeders and deadhead nearby red flowers to help concentrate hummingbirds’ activity closer to the feeder you are holding. This reduces the availability of alternative feeding locations and may encourage a more reluctant bird to try a hand-held feeder.

    Brace your hand or arm on a table, stool or other steady support. It may take up to an hour before a hummingbird tries your feeder, and if your hand is shaking or unsteady they will be less likely to come close enough to feed.

    Always be patient. Hummingbirds may be curious and adventurous, but they are still wild birds and can be unpredictable. If you aren’t able to hand feed hummingbirds one day, try again the next day for better success.

Feeding Hummingbirds Away From Home

If you aren’t able to feed hummingbirds by hand at home, contact local nature centers and bird sanctuaries to see if they offer a hummingbird feeding program. Two popular destinations for hand feeding hummingbirds are Lake Hope State Park in Ohio and Rocklands Bird Sanctuary in Jamaica, and both facilities have worked for years to condition hummingbirds to be relaxed around visitors in order to make hand feeding possible. While other sanctuaries and parks may not have ongoing hummingbird hand feeding programs, they may be able to arrange an opportunity for you to try.
Hummingbird Feeding Safety

When you’re feeding hummingbirds by hand, always keep the birds’ safety in mind. Do not allow very young children to try feeding the birds if they may be scared or impatient, and keep pets indoors at all times when the hummingbirds are feeding. Avoid the temptation to touch or stroke a bird’s wings or heads, as their delicate plumage can be easily damaged and a strong touch can injure the bird and will destroy the trust you’ve built with them.

Feeding hummingbirds by hand may seem exotic, but with patience and adequate preparation, any birder with hummingbirds in their backyard can be feeding them by hand before they know it.


Read More: http://birding.about.com/od/birdfeeders/a/handfeedhummingbirds.htm

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