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First Aid for Canines, Part 1 of 2

00:17:22

First Aid for Canines, Part 1 of 2

Despite it smelling so yummy, chocolate is a dangerous food us. Grapes and raisins are bad news for pooches. Eating these can cause damage to our kidneys, leading to acute kidney failure or the inability to urinate, or both. Today, I’m going to share some tips on ways you can help us dogs when specific medical issues arise. We will discuss handling tremors and seizures in dogs. In summary, please keep composed when you find your animal companion needing medical attention. Always contact the vet and bring us to their office immediately when it is an urgent case.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-09   76 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-09

The Unique and Fascinating Axolotls

00:15:35

The Unique and Fascinating Axolotls

Even though we axolotls are actually salamanders, some people somehow got into the habit of calling us the "Mexican walking fish." We have a distinct appearance with a wide head, lidless eyes, and a long, tapered tail, as well as four limbs with tiny digits at the ends. The six feathery branches on our head - our most noticeable feature - are external gills for respiration. Probably our most fascinating feature is our ability to heal and regenerate. If we have any nicks or wounds, they will close up without any scar.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-01   49 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-01

Celebrating Altruistic Animals on Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

00:18:51

Celebrating Altruistic Animals on Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

It’s a good thing to celebrate. The Ching Hai Day is not only my day. It’s your day. It’s everyone’s day. “Ching Hai” is actually not just my name. It’s a name given, and it symbolizes the Pure Ocean of Love. That is in your heart, in everyone’s heart, in all beings’ hearts. And you can see that through some of our animal shows. You can see how animals, they treat humans with utmost love, devotion, and help, assistance, as much as they can, whenever they have a chance to do it. And they also treat each other kindly, lovingly, charitably. So these are all members of Ching Hai’s Day.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-25   131 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-25

Amazing Transparent Animals!

00:15:53

Amazing Transparent Animals!

There are many other transparent animals in the ocean including the sea salp, glass sponge, transparent sea cucumber, ghost shrimp, glass squid, glass octopus, transparent-headed barreleye fish, juvenile surgeonfish, sea angel, sea walnut, and more. Research shows that these majestic beings play an important role in removing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Scientists found one swarm of salps covering 100,000 square kilometers of the sea surface and consuming up to 74% of the carbon-containing plants on the surface per day. The salps’ waste is heavy and sinks and this particular swarm sent up to 4,000 tons of carbon daily to the seabed.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-21   116 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-21

Dumbo Octopuses: Intelligent Lovelies of the Deep

00:16:35

Dumbo Octopuses: Intelligent Lovelies of the Deep

Speaking of flying, that brings me to the cute nickname you all have given my kind. While our scientific genus name is grimpoteuthis, the nickname we have most popularly come to be known as is the “Dumbo octopus.” That name is based on the fictional character “Dumbo” from the 1941 animated Disney film of the same name. Humans should consider us octopuses as royalty as well, for we too have blue blood! Scientists already known that we octopuses are quite smart. They know we can find our way through mazes, figure out problems, and even remember the solutions to those problems. We can take things apart for fun, and researchers have also realized that each octopus has a distinct personality.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-09   92 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-09

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 2 of 2

00:12:54

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 2 of 2

Animals bless humans invisibly and physically. Assistance dogs selflessly aid the disabled with their keen hearing, superb sense of smell, and ability to detect danger. They also protect and guide people whose vision is impaired. When they return to the surface to breathe, the cetaceans may release waste matter containing much nitrogen and iron into the water. These elements, with the addition of sunlight, are what phytoplankton need for their development. The humble bees and other insects are indispensable for conveying pollen, thus ensuring viable fruit and vegetable crops. So you can see that on land as well as in the water and air, the animals all have a specific purpose to fulfil. You can benefit the planet so much just by preserving the animal inhabitants and letting them do their crucial work to keep our globe safe and beautiful.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-04   216 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-04

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 1 of 2

00:14:27

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 1 of 2

One of the reasons October 2nd was specifically selected as “World Farm Animals Day” is that it coincides with the birthday of one of the modern era’s greatest practitioners of nonviolence, Mahatma Gandhi - the “Father of India.” Gandhi once said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated,” and, “I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man.” As we take this opportunity to contemplate the meaning of World Farm Animals Day, we call on humanity to be aware that all beings should live as equals and be treated with respect.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-02   163 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-02

Harvey the Hero Dog

00:10:56

Harvey the Hero Dog

I called out, "Who's there? Do you need any help?" by barking at the drain, and pulled on the leash to let my walker know I wanted to get closer. She was surprised at my peculiar behavior but kindly followed me anyway. When we looked through the drain cover, we indeed saw a kitten trapped underneath. Because I was the one who discovered the trapped felines, everyone started calling me "Harvey the Hero." Now, I’ll tell you the best part of the story as far as I’m concerned. I am happy to report that all three kitties have been adopted!
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-30   184 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-30

Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 2 of 2(INT)

00:13:29

Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 2 of 2(INT)

So, conventional medicine has its uses, but to treat chronic ailments and give them a quality of life, that’s why it’s called integrative because I combine my conventional experience with my alternative treatments and that’s called integrating the two. The laser is also great for skin infections, really bad skin infections, arthritis, and pain, pain anywhere. Dr. Raj’s website states: “Like plants absorb sunlight through photosynthesis, cells in the body absorb laser energy that stimulates the body to release pain-relieving compounds and are energized to participate in the healing process.”
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-27   485 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-27

Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

00:14:41

Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

In today’s program, we have the honor to share with you Dr. Raj’s knowledge on improving and restoring companion animal health by tapping into both conventional and alternative veterinary treatments. The anatomy and physiology of dogs is surprisingly similar to humans, and in fact, dogs and cats respond really well to integrative medicine, that is the use of Chinese herbs, acupuncture. I use my laser. A laser is another way, a great way, to alleviate pain in arthritic patients, and, of course, there’re acupuncture and homeopathy. So, I use a combination of all these techniques, and it’s so amazing to see what quality of life they have.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-20   136 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-20

The Moon’s Fascinating Effects on the Animals

00:10:43

The Moon’s Fascinating Effects on the Animals

Some theorists have proposed that the moon is one of the external cues that adjust the circadian rhythms within all living things. Throughout a 24-hour cycle, these rhythms can cause physical, mental, and behavioral variations. It’s logical that the moon affects us animals because in many cases our senses are more developed than humans, plus we don’t have a lot of thoughts getting in the way of our intuition. Especially for animals who are nocturnal, more moonlight means more activity.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-13   195 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-13

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

00:13:17

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

In this concluding episode, Joy discusses her inner conversations with the animals regarding the direction of humanity and our planet. I also communicated with orcas confined in a dolphinarium. And the message he wanted me to convey is that the planet was in full transformation, that the energies were very strong, and that there were people who have become increasingly sick because it is a cleansing, actually. So, it is just sickness merely leading to healing us, freeing us of some past memories. She also promotes veganism as it is fundamentally about respecting animal life. She hopes to make people see and realize the beauty and mystery of animals and thus deeply appreciate us and our planet.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06   945 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

00:13:02

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

The wild animals, they’re all connected to the planet, all connected to one another, connected as various species. This language that we use in animal communication, it’s a universal language. And they make use of it; well, it’s their means of communication. Everyone is able to communicate with animals. So, communicating through telepathy is a type of communication we all performed when we were babies. Joy stated that humans are born with the ability to communicate telepathically, but then quickly lose this gift. And then one day, it’s through a few meditation drills, relaxation drills that we realize that we can reconnect inside and that we receive messages at all times while not being aware of it.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-30   983 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-30

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

00:13:15

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

I met this elephant and right away, I was like in a bubble with him, and really transported. He explained that he and all the other elephants were part of this energy of peace. That they were contributing to equilibrium at a planetary level. There existed a huge egregor (collective group mind) of peace, of love and compassion that compensated for what is happening today in the world. One can get a further sense of the elephants’ deep spirituality from an inner communication Joy had with Pelusa the elephant. Pelusa’s message for our world gives hope and is full of insight. May all humanity hear these good tidings and wake up quickly so the new era that Pelusa speaks of comes about soon.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23   1608 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23
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