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 are off to a completely new topic: Animals.
We are going to pass from the very seasonal Easter topic to an evergreen topic. This week we are going to be writing about animals. We all have some knowledge on the topic, whether you are a professional in the area or you just happen to have pets, or even if you don't own any animal but you are engaged in raising awareness about animal welfare and endangered species, this is the opportunity to share your views about animals.
Some ideas for this week's topic are: Animal welfare Animal rights Pets Exotic pets Farm animals Zoo animals Endangered species Marine life Insects and bugs How to teach children about animal care Advice on solving small problems with your pet
To join this week's HubMob please follow the steps below:
1. START YOUR HUB clicking the . green button. Then choose the "MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT" option.
2. Choose a relevant title for your Hub to get a good ranking in the search engines, AVOID starting your title with "Weekly HubMob"
Love this topic too! I am sharing some information in my contribution that is about bringing more birds to your outdoor living space. Whether or not you love birdwatching, you can benefit your area and community by helping to keep it a hospitable place for our feathered friends.
I am very new to Hubpages and HubMob so I hope I'm doing this right. Recently, a friend of mine almost lost her dog after he got into a pack of sugar free gum that he found. It turns out that the ingredient Xylitol is extremely toxic to dogs. According to her vet, the number of Xylitol poisoned dogs which he sees is still on the rise even though the dangers have been known (to some )for years. I didn't know and I am a dog owner. So, I hope this is helpful to some fellow dog owners out there.
I acquired a yellow-headed amazon parrot when I married my husband. My hub is about how Turkey (yes, that is her name!) and I became best buds and some tips I've gleaned over the years on caring for parrots. Here's the link. http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-care-for-a-parrot?done
Hi Princessa- Hope I have done everything right, this is my first Weekly Hub Mob Hub. I wrote about the Animal Survivors of the Japan Tsunami. including links about how to help and some heartwarming stories of survival. Thanks! http://hubpages.com/hub/Animal-Survivor … an-Tsunami
I've just published my first ever hub for weekly hubmob. I am so excited! Please read and let me know if you liked it. It's a bit unconventional, about role of insects in crime investigation. Forensic Entomology is one of my favorite subjects, that's why I've chosen such a topic.
I still can not add that paw. I thought it could be inserted as a photograph--which would have been easy on my mac....My mac is sick so I am using and old but efficient PC. Is there a picture somewhere? I am about to post my hub Gardening with Wildlife: Attracting butterflies to your garden. Help please! 1000 thanks!
I have three hubs on dogs that I think I forgot to add the links here. at least I don't see them among the postings. they were on Greenland Dogs,Animal Mascots , and Dalmatians I did everything else on them but I am not sure if I should list them here of not..
Thanks for picking a great Topic Princessa, I love animals! This is my first HubMob participation and I look forward to doing more. : )
I chose black bears for a subject because I see them a lot here where I live or hear a lot of stories from others in the area about them. They are very interesting animals and it's exciting to see one in the wild.
Awesome topic this week! Keeping our dogs safe from every day stuff is a tough job. In this hub you find information on really BAD foods for Your really GOOD dog. Learn how NOT to poison your dog unknowingly! Have a great day folks! K9 http://hubpages.com/t/2236c3
The picture I posted is Hope aka Hootie. Miss Mocha Bean was the doggie love of my life, also a Boykin. She lived to the ripe old age of 15 1/2- with 3 legs! If you notice, Hope is missing an eye (but has all appendages).
Go back to the RSS feed link in Princessa's initial post. Right click and select "copy hyperlink", or "copy link location", NOT merely "copy". Alternatively, click on the link taking you to the RSS, then copy the URL from the navigation bar.
Did you experience being beaten by a dog? I became a victim, recently. It was not puncture or lacerated wounds but I still felt vulnerable of the incident.I love dogs; in fact, I have one pet at home. http://hubpages.com/t/2254d4
I am a volunteer with a dog rescue group. I mainly do transport for the dogs to foster homes, and am in awe of all the work the rest of the group does, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyful. My hub chronicles a week in the life of a dog rescue group.
Hello, are you ready to start a new month and join in this month's HubPages challenge and contest? I know I am! and for April the HubMob team has prepared a special treat for you so you can keep plenty of ideas coming to join this month's contest.For April we are going to have a two...
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