BIRDS are one of the interesting animals I love talking about, do u know that bird have affection just like humans, they like preparing for their future partner, it might sound funny but birds are very jealous, before we wake in the morning, those crazy birds are awake, they’re already whooping up with their trills, melodies and crescendos. You are witnessing what is often called the “dawn chorus” that period before the sun shows itself, but when the great outdoors is already filled with beautiful sounds of nature, the birds that you hear are mainly males. They are doing what male birds do best, protecting/claiming their territory and/or trying to attract a mate.


There are a few theories about why birds sing so vigorously during those per-light hours. For many years, the prevailing theory was that those early hours are typically the coolest and driest hours of the day which allowed bird songs to travel the farthest, giving their voices better range. It’s sending a message to other males that they should stay away…and the farther away the better. It was also assumed that females could be attracted from farther distances, very intelligence right?


A completely different theory is that “early bird” singing has little to do with the effects of heat, humidity or wind but has everything to do with proving how strong male birds are. The way to impress the females and to scare away your competition in the bird world, is to be big, strong and vigorous. It is thought that the better you can sing during the most challenging time of the day, the better mate and more challenging competitor you will be. So, if you can sing loud and strong in the early morning before you have time to warm up and have a good hearty breakfast, the better mate and stronger defender of your territory you will be.

Both theories seem to make sense to me, and I think that a combination of both theories is the genesis of the dawn chorus. In any event, the reason behind the “why” becomes less important to me each and every time I get the privilege and honor of hearing this mysterious, beautiful and wonderful event. I encourage you to set your alarm in the morning, and go outside to experience one of the finest wonders of nature.


                                                                   FOOD ALLERGIES IN DOGS

What was your reaction the first time you were told your dog has food allergies? You may be wondering how come? However, it is very important to understand what food allergies are and the causes.

According expert Food allergies in dogs present themselves quite differently than food allergies in humans. For instance, a person who is allergic to shellfish may experience throat swelling and possibly a critical or fatal reaction, but in dogs, the allergy is expressed through the skin and seen most often as itch.”

Causes of Food Allergies in Dogs

Dogs with food allergies are typically allergic to proteins, which come from animal or plant-based ingredients of the diet. The proteins are broken down into molecules that the immune system misidentifies as a potential threat. Beef, dairy, wheat, and chicken are the most common culprits of food allergies in dogs. The development of food allergies, however, takes time. So the dog may have been eating the offending ingredients for quite a long time before symptoms develop.

Common Signs of Food Allergies in Dogs

Signs and reactions of food allergy vary from one dog to the other. However, most times it usually involves itching that may involve the whole body or be focused on the ears and feet. Chronic or recurrent ear and skin infections are also typical. Sometimes dogs may even develop vomiting, diarrhea, or excessive gassiness. Symptoms often begin when dogs are less than a year but may develop at any time.

How Food Allergy Are Diagnosed in Dogs

There 2 ways to diagnose food allergies in dogs are hydrolyzed protein or novel protein.

Whatever type of hypoallergenic dog food is used, it should be fed for a minimum of 8-10 weeks to adequately assess the dog’s response.

Once the food allergy has been diagnosed using a hypoallergenic dog food, a challenge should be performed to confirm the diagnosis. When the original diet is fed, the symptoms should return within two weeks. Following confirmation of the food allergy, single source ingredients (e.g., slices of chicken or a sprinkling of wheat) may be added to the hypoallergenic dog food to determine exactly which ingredients must be avoided in the future. It is usually good to work with veterinarian in order to determine the best food for your dog.

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