Dogs can suffer from depression, just like humans. This depression usually comes about as a result of a change in routine, such as the loss of a companion, moving house or a new addition to the household. It manifests itself both through behavioral changes such as loss of energy, pacing, and lack of appetite, and through changes in body language like a drooping tail and ears. It is important that owners recognize the signs of canine depression, so that they can take steps to improve their dogsвЂ™ mental health.
Think about whether your dog has become withdrawn. Most healthy, happy dogs are highly sociable creatures. If your dog is not greeting you as excitedly when you come home вЂ“ less of a tail wag, less energy and movement вЂ“ or loses interest in activities he once enjoyed, he may be depressed.
Look for a change from active to inactive. Happy dogs have seemingly endless energy. For every mile you walk, he goes four вЂ“ out-and-back, and out-and-back again. He nags you to throw the ball repeatedly, and your arm grows tired before his enthusiasm runs out.
Observe any changes in your dog's sleeping patterns. All dogs sleep a lot, particularly when their owners are gone. However, you should be concerned if your dog continues sleeping when you get home, or if he stays curled up instead of coming to the window or door for things that once attracted him, like the mailman or a passing dog.
Consider whether destructive behavior or accidents in the house might be due to depression. Tearing up shoes or chewing on walls, books, furniture, or pillows are often signs of lack of exercise, which may lead to depression. Depressed dogs may also be more prone to have accidents in the house. Try not to be angry. Take them out more to ensure they have plenty of time to pee or poop outdoors.
[Middle English dogge, cur, ordinary dog (often as opposed to a hunting hound or other valuable dog), from Old English docga, dog, perhaps originally a diminutive or a hypocorism meaning "Darky, Dusky," from dox, dark, dusky (for the formation, compare Old English frox, frog, and frogga, frog, perhaps originally a diminutive).]
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Breeds of dog affenpinscher, Afghan hound, Airedale terrier, Akita, Alaskan malamute, Alpine spaniel, Alsatian or German shepherd, Australian terrier, barb (Austral.Источник
Four slots total don't even allow two of each class of pet since that would require at least five stable slots. I just wish Blizzard developers would not skimp on some things that would not be difficult in the least to implement. Two years ago I was stressing that if they implemented more stable slots that they should not skimp and only add a few more. I suggested that they add at least five more slots allowing for a total of at least 8 pets. Why the hell should hunters be required to abandon pets so often if we would rather keep some of our older pets after taming some of the newer ones?
Seeing all the new pets just made me relive the anger I once had at the lack of stable slots, and then a slap in the face four years later with the addition of only a few more slots. And I don't care if you think that it is a lot of slots now, it is still tiny in comparison to what they could easily without any problems add.
Ancient Core Hound, 62+. DidnвЂ™t try the core hound packs for obvious reasons. DuoвЂ™d it with the druid in my party, restoration specвЂ™d. Throwaway pet to get you into a resable spot near the first Core Hound, thereвЂ™s a safe spot along the edges away from the other core hound that pats to the bridge and the maniac surger. Damaged it to start to keep aggro, then tamed away.
Comment by ShinryuMasaki I'm going to repost what I said on The Beast's page further down. Keep in mind that all I want is to find out the truth about skull boss mobs and their real level. Do their level actually change to match the players, or only their stats? It's not outside the real of possibilities that their level is set to 1 and that their stats goes up to match 3 levels above the players.
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A hitman who lives by the code of the samurai, works for the mafia and finds himself in their crosshairs when his recent job doesn't go according to plan. Now he must find a way to defend himself and his honor while retaining the code he lives by. Written by Scott Jarreau
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Trivia The original US prints of the film had a printing error. In a scene where Ghost Dog and Raymond have a conversation in different languages, Raymond's dialogue initially not subtitled. When director Jim Jarmusch and the distributor caught wind of this, the original prints were pulled and re-struck versions with subtitles were released less than two weeks after opening. New York and Los Angeles audiences also got the opportunity to see the correct version for free if they had seen the original print without the subtitles. See more »
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Бог Войны, отмеченный Драконом.
Прозвучало два взрыва, и Цзян Чэнь и большая желтая собака попали в стены пещеры. Огромного толчка хватило, чтобы пещера начала трястись. Когда сверху упали камни - пыль покрыла всю пещеру.
Цзян Чэнь и большая желтая собака смотрели друг на друга с ошарашенными выражениями, особенно Цзян Чэнь. Он знал, что его удар уже сейчас имеет, по меньшей мере 50000 кг силы. Голова собаки было очень твердой, и из-за столкновения его рука онемела.
Большая желтая собака тоже смотрела на Цзян Чэня. Она никогда не ожидала, что этот молодой человек обладал огромной силой. Его тело было почти также сильно, как и своё собственное.
"Этот молодой человек излучает какую-то великую ауру. Он подобен прирожденному королю, но это впрямь не соответствует его возрасту... К тому же, боевая мощь этого товарища является очень мощной, так что если я съем его, я, несомненно, получу огромную пользу! "
Большая желтая собака подумала про себя. Несмотря на всё потрясение силой Цзян Чэня, высокое количество ци Цзян Чэня и мощной крови только сделали её голодной.
Два древних существа как животные набросились друг на друга. Они использовали самые оригинальные и жестокие способы,до которых только могли бы думать, чтобы начать борьбу.
Вскоре борьба между человеком и собакой переросла до белого каления. Один хотел съесть человека, а другой - убить и выпить кровь. Каждый раз, когда их атаки сталкивались, звуки удара об металл сопровождались огненными искрами.
Цзян Чэнь громко ругался. Его тело было невероятно сильным и крепким, но он чувствовал, что эта глупая собака была послана, чтобы забрать его гордость. Когда он ударил ладонью по её телу, то мог заставить только сдвинуться назад, но не нанести рану или даже причинить хотя бы немного боли.
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A video presentation of the Slavic Pagan Museum in Kemerovo, Russia. Most of these are modern reproductions of Slavic idols. Notice the traditional cylindrical shapes - these were often carved from tree trunks. Also note the multiple variations of names - which tended to evolve over the vast area the Slavs inhabited.
To understand a culture's folklore is to understand its roots. Folklore gives a glimpse into how the early participants of a culture saw the world around them, how they analyzed the problems and opportunities inherent in that world. While understanding a culture's roots does not give a full picture of what form that culture might flower into, it does give a very good idea of where the culture came from and the basic building blocks that were used in constructing its current state.
The list provided by the Chronicle is far from complete. Сварожич был бог-кузнец (Svarozhich was a divine blacksmith) mentioned in a handful of sources. Ancient Russian lords swore oaths by the names of Perun and also Волос, бог скoта, торговли, и света (Volos, a god of livestock, commerce, and light; sometimes written "Veles").
Early Orthodox sermons make constant admonitions against worshiping Род и Роженица (Rod and Rozhenitsa). As with many Slavic gods, there is some debate whether these were truly gods or regarded simply as natural or supernatural forces to align one with. Both Род и Роженица were associated with one's ancestors (their names literally translate to "Kin" and "Birth-giver" in modern Russian). They had большую власть над судьбой семьи (wide-ranging powers over the fortunes of a household). A similar debatИсточник
Not ranked particularly high in AKC registrations, this genial giant is nonetheless among the world’s most famous and beloved breeds. The Saint Bernard's written standard abounds with phrases like “very powerful,” “extraordinarily muscular,” “imposing,” and “massive.” A male stands a minimum 27.5 inches at the shoulder; females will be smaller and more delicately built. The huge head features a wrinkled brow, a short muzzle, and dark eyes, combining to give Saints the intelligent, friendly expression that was such a welcome sight to stranded Alpine travelers.
Like the whole body, very powerful and imposing. Nose (Schwamm) - Very substantial, broad, with wide open nostrils, and, like the lips, always black.Ears - Of medium size, rather high set, with very strongly developed burr (Muschel) at the base. They stand slightly away from the head at the base, then drop with a sharp bend to the side and cling to the head without a turn. The flap is tender and forms a rounded triangle, slightly elongated toward the point, the front edge lying firmly to the head, whereas the back edge may stand somewhat away from the head, especially when the dog is at attention. Lightly set ears, which at the base immediately cling to the head, give it an oval and too little marked exterior, whereas a strongly developed base gives the skull a squarer, broader and much more expressive appearance.
Neck: Set high, very strong and when alert or at attention is carried erect. Otherwise horizontally or slightly downward. The junction of head and neck is distinctly marked by an indentation. The nape of the neck is very muscular and rounded at the sides which makes the neck appear rather shortИсточник