I have to type my stuff larger as I'm not a good typist & I can't see the small letters very well either...lol Even with the large font, I still have typos...lol
Pennsylvania!! Unite!! - Page 3492
I agree that Phil is wrong. I have been seeing possums and rabbits all over the place in the last 3wks. I know they do not hibernate, but today's roadside carcass made me smile... not to be sick or anything. The poor dead creature that made me smile was a young skunk! Yes, they hibernate! Of course, the geese and the blue birds and blah, blah, blah... SKUNK! WHOOT!
Okay, back to your less demented programing.
Buckeye Chuck says SPRING IS ON THE WAY!!!
Edited by SilkieSensation - 2/3/14 at 9:19am
Meet Sasha. She loves to cuddle, but as you can see, even at 10 weeks old she's already way too big to be a lap dog...lol
To those with incubators running... maybe place soda bottles with warm water (heated to temp of Bator) in them into the Bator to act as 'heat retainers'... even if the electric does go out, the bottles have enough mass they should retain heat for at least a few hours if you keep the incubator in a draft free room and cover it with blankets to reduce heat loss.
If the electric outage looks like it may be a long time and you have no access to another source of electric you may be able to heat water on the stove and fill soda bottles and tuck them around the incubator under the blankets to act like good old fashioned hot water bottles. It isn't a perfect solution, but may help reduce drastic temp changes.
The best dog I ever had (apologies to my current wonderful dogs...) was a husky mix. She was 3/4 husky and 1/4 border collie. That dog was my constant companion for 15 years and I still miss her every day. I hope your little girl turns out as good for you. In my experience husky mixes are intensely loyal and want to please you and be at your side.