Why Is My Dog Afraid of Thunderstorms?

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Being afraid of thunderstorms is common for some people, so why should it be different for dogs? Here are a few reasons why dogs are affected before, and during storms; along with suggestions to help them “survive.”

Friday Fact – American Pelecinid Wasps

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Did you know…

The American pelecinid wasp (Pelecinus polyturator) is an unusual-looking wasp with an equally unusual life history. The female has an extremely long, 6-segmented abdomen – about 5 times as long as the length of her head and thorax combined. Why? She uses this extended abdomen to probe the ground, feeling for May beetle grubs. When she finds one, she deposits an egg on the grub. The larva burrows into the grub and feeds on its body, killing it. In temperate regions, males of this species are rarely found, and it’s believed that the females can reproduce parthenogenetically.

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No-See-Ems – What Are They and How to Avoid Them

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No-see-ems are an almost invisible pest that makes you avoid going outside on a beautiful day. Find out what no-see-ems are and how to avoid them.

Keeping Pets Can Be an Enriching Experience

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Keeping a pet has become more of a social norm these days. People like to keep all kinds of pets these days right from dogs, birds and cats to unusual pets such as rabbits and elephants. It can be the most elevating experience to have a pet at your house.

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