i’ve seen more posts of people being excited for Home than this movie, which made me upset because this movie comes out before Home does (not that i am saying that you shouldn’t praise Home as well). and as for Big Hero 6 (a movie that also comes out after the Book of Life) and the people saying that there is a lack of representation of Asians in media, i feel you. why? because there is a bigger lack of hispanics, and i agree Disney messed up, you be upset. but be happy for Hispanics as well because we finally got an animated movie representing us and our culture. so please go see this movie when it comes out.
that is all i ask.
When I saw the trailer for this when I went to see the Lego movie it was so stunning I knew it was a movie I had to see
And it’s released on my birthmonth.
The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.
mom, dad, I’m bi
bilingual haha hasta luego bitches
Hope you like her, thanks for your request~!!
Yes, I am! If you want me to draw your OC, just send me an ask (:
-Reference pics are the best, btw-
Don’t take your dog out in the afternoon heat during summer!
Not unless you’re going to the river or beach, or a nice cool shady spot. Humans are very efficient at staying cool, using our whole bodies as radiators. Dogs not so much. Their coats will protect them from sunburn, but not sunstroke!
Ways to avoid heat stress in the summer:
- Wear a light jacket when you walk your dog- this will allow you to better judge when enough is enough by feeling the heat yourself.
- Walk before lunch or after dinner, when the sun is not its strongest.
- Set up a kids pool or sprinkler so your dog can wade and chase the water.
- Wrap a wet bandanna around your dog’s neck
- Buy a light heat-reflecting vest for black dogs
- Shave your dog’s underside so it can passively shed heat.
- Have your dog’s undercoat removed - this is usually an arduous and tedious task, so you may want to pay a groomer to do it.
- Freeze plain yogurt or broth for a cooling treat
Be especially wary of heat stroke for short-faced, cobby, and heavy-coated dogs!
Symptoms include: rapid abdominal contraction, excessive panting, flushed tongue, thick saliva, high heartrate, unsettledness, high internal temperature.
If your dog shows signs of heat stroke, cool them down immediately by wetting them, giving water, fanning, making sure the air and water penetrates their coat.
Even if a dog shows no signs of damage, heat stroke can cause internal/organ damage, so have a checkup with a vet.