What is the most expensive breed of dog? An 11 month old puppy that weighs 180 pounds just sold for $1.5 million. The dog is a red Tibetan mastiff, and was sold to a Chinese a multimillionaire businessman, a coal baron from Northern China. The... read more
Autism has not held back Temple Grandin's career or her outreach to animals and other human beings. read more
Fox squirrels may look like both gray squirrels and red squirrels, but they're a completely different animal. And they're not extinct, contrary to what some people might think. read more
What do you need to know before you adopt a bunny rabbit? The Unconditional Love of Having a Bunny Among my menagerie of pets, I have a sweet rabbit named Peaches. He is a long floppy eared bunny, also known as a French Lop Rabbit. He fits in our... read more
A puppy mill operates differently than a responsible, humane breeder. PROFIT IS THE ONLY INCENTIVE IN PUPPY MILLS! Check out the warning signs so you can make an informed decision when buying a puppy. read more
ALL ABOUT ANIMALS was a great way for me to enter my first HubMob Weekly . . .
I am passionate about animal rights/welfare and have written a hub about Puppy Mills. Please take a look and let me know what you think!
http://hubpages.com/hub/P-U-P-P-Y-M-I-L … -s-t-i-c-s
The U.S Marine Corps has a Bulldog as mascot. Many other services have animals as mascots.This article tells about mascots and their meaning. read more
First Aid for wildlife . Look after our wildlife as you travel in the countryside.Do you know what to do if you find an injured animal ? read more
Are you on a new topic tomorrow? I have a dog too. I only found out about HUBMOB today.
Although these have to be one of the cutest little lion cubs I have ever seen, they are also viewed by some as magical and quite regal, worthy of worship. Perhaps this accounts for their hefty $138,000 price tag! read more
Bald Eagles are the national symbol of the United States. Legend has it that in one of the first battles of the Revolution, the noise of the battle awoke the Eagles. This article gives the history of the eagle and many facts about the eagle that you might not know. read more
Alex the Parrot was so famous for understanding English in his lifetime that an obituary was published in major newspapers in September 2007. read more
Dogs and Vitamins We love our dogs. Many people treat their pets as their human counterparts. Over the years, there has been a trend of dogs having people names, entire businesses have profited from clothing for dogs. There are hotels and spas... read more
Sea Otters are cute creatures that are on the endangered species list. Learn about how they became endangered and some fun facts about them. read more
Special cases of extraordinary birds and a Top 10 List of the longest living birds in North America. read more
Did you know that we humans are responsible for wildlife species that are on the brink of extinction ? Yes, there is an increasing awareness about global warming and the negative effects on our planet. This definitely is the number one cause. But, I... read more
“Cats are mysterious kind of folk - there is more passing in their minds than we are aware of." Sir Walter Scott read more
Scientists, tourists, photographers and wildlife watchers all followed the progress of this one extraordinary wolf. read more
About twenty years ago, one fine morning we heard a pandemonium with some crows cawing loud. We came out to see about six crows grouped together attacking a loris with her baby hanging onto her. Mother loris was fighting valiantly and crows calling... read more
The event makes headline across the globe. We watch on television, read in newspapers, get reports from the radio, and witness the devastation on our electronic devices. Unspeakable acts of destruction from nature and terrorist attacks that leave... read more
If you keep chickens at home or would like to - or would like local legislation passed to let you do so, then The Chicken Whisperer is for you. read more
Most dogs in the US are overweight. Once your dog gets older it may get harder to keep him lean and trim. Try this pumpkin diet for your dog. read more
Dalmatian, horses, and fire trucks.The dog we know by its spots has been around for several hundred years.They have been guard dogs,fire engine dogs and good pets.They have a special affinity with horses. read more
Gorillas are the largest, strongest animal on the planet and this article discusses the two species and why they are endangered species. The details of the life of the gorilla are also covered in detail. read more
It seems that more and more folks are feeding their beloved pets table food. I thought I would write an article that lets you know how some of our most delicious foods are toxic to our dogs (I don't know about other pets - I'm a dog person).
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Polydactyl cats have too many toes. Despite this odd look, they attracted the devotion of the writer, Ernest Hemingway and were thought to be lucky by sailors. read more
Blue Whales are not only the largest whale in the world today, they are also the biggest animal that has ever lived on our planet. These magnificent sea mammals are larger than any dinosaur that walked the earth. They were once numerous in our... read more
What can you do to help butterflies and other wildlife species. Plant a garden considering nature and wildlife. read more
The Greyhound is tall and lean and bred for racing. They can be good pets. Don't let their speed be a put off as they often spend much time sleeping. A good daily walk will probably do well. read more
How ugly is UGLY? Read this hub about the world's Ugliest Dog Contest for the answer. No, Phyllis Dillar is NOT part of the contest! read more
I have had some great pets and decided to make a hub about this one
I apologize. Apparently I didn't click 'make a hub about it.'
My hub in the top 10 bands named after animals. I know it isn't exactly all about animals, but I thought it would be an interesting change of pace. Enjoy!
What I love most of the red-eared sliders (RES) are their beautiful color and different stripes of each RES. Their scientific's name is Chrysemys scripta elegans (or formerly Trachemys scripta elegans). Its origin is from United States... read more
They roam the warm and temperate waters of the world for the nearly 8 -10 decades of their nomadic existence. As ancient creatures of the sea, their ancestry takes them back 150 million years ago, to the later Jurassic time period, where sea turtles... read more
I belatedly answered this question with a hub: "Mass Animal Deaths & Earthquakes Explained by Planetary Magnetics" http://hubpages.com/hub/Animals-Dying-i … -the-World
I held it off for the current April writing contest.
My testimonial on the third time in my life that I was in the presence of having to take the decision of euthanasia (animal). A very hard and difficult decision... read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga 11 years ago
Hello Hubbers, thank you to all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's Easter HubMob Our work is done for the Easter holidays, now we can just sit and enjoy those chocolate eggs while we wait for our Easter hubs to "mature" and become Top of the searches in April.This week, we...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 12 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Christmas Parades and festivals in your area
by Ryan Hupfer 14 years ago
Ahhh yes Hubbers, yet another wonderful week here on HubPages, which means that it's time for yet another super-exciting and awesomely-amazing HubMob topic to get us all fired up for Hubbing. This week I decided to pull out a topic that a lot of people are thinking about right now - Different ways...
by Ryan Hupfer 14 years ago
awesome image created by Jerrico UsherHere we go again, Hubbbers, it's time for the weekly attack of the HubMobsters! Perhaps someone should warn the Internet? This week's HubMob Topic is getting me excited: It's All About Halloween: Dressing Up, Making Treats and Being Scary. Hub about your...
by Leandraluv 12 years ago
I read about the HubMob weekly topic? Please point me in the right direction.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 12 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic : Father’s Day
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