A MIX OF SMALL ANIMALS DOING TRICKS AND AGILITY. WE HOPE TO BE UPLOADING MORE VIDEOS OF MORE ANIMALS OFTEN, PLEASE COME BACK AND VISIT THIS PAGE.
Thanks for visiting our Holiday Videos Site! We plan to add fun videos for a few grins often. Deron is our Video Master and a big thanks to him for all the work he does to make this a fun page, including and not limited to building the back drop and building and tweaking equipment for filming.
Please pass the URL for this page on to your friends and family. Watch our videos often...that's what we filmed them for. Again, thanks for visiting.
10 Week old Little Mac running a "bawy skawy" Halloween Agility Course. Filmed October 21, 2010 in our Little House On The Prairie, NW SD. Special note: If you set up an agility course for your animals, make sure all the equipment is stable and safe for them to run and enjoy.
HAVE A THANKFUL THANKSGIVING
HERE IT IS! After several "hiccups" it is up and going. The hardest thing to teach Little Mac was to eat with his Elbows ON the table, something I taught our sons NOT to do! HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND REMEMBER, DO NOT LET ALICE TALK YOU INTO TAKING OUT HER TRASH! (Some of you are old enough and or musical enlightened to know just what this means.)
We are working on equipment for this right now.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY
Little Mac opens this video with a Valentine's Day serenade. Then our new guys are introduced and each have a short clip. For the First time we have included Hamster Agility. (did not have a video camera when our other hamsters were running agility courses). We hope you get a grin.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
I will be building my props for this one very soon!
FLAGS, TRICKS AND GAMES WHILE WAITING FOR THE FIREWORKS AND MORE! HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!
These American Guinea Pigs are showing off some of their tricks that are Red White and Blue Themed. Captain, Matey and Damsel are American, the breed of American, Cavies or Guinea Pigs. Please share our videos with your "peeps".
Yes, you can teach your rattie to walk on a leash. Make sure that the harness fits the rattie properly and use a short leash to start. Train the rattie inside just in case the rattie would "slip the harness". Never, I repeat, never use a collar on a rattie. For a collar to be tight enough for a rattie not to get out of... it would do serious harm to the rattie, if not kill it.