Saturday, May 21, 2011

My favorite computer program.

As some of you might know, I'm going to be a veterinarian when I get older. I've been to Texas A&M University in Bryan/College Station. While there, I attended the spring open house at the Vet School. I was able to tour the small animal clinic on a guided tour... But that's another post. Now about my favorite computer program. It's called Paws&Claws PET VET 2   Healing Hands. If you like animals or want to be a vet you really should try out this game. On this game you start a vet clinic and doctor eight different kinds of animals horses, dogs, cats, rabbits and more.    
In this game pet's owners bring you there animals and tell you the animals symptoms. And your virtual personal digital assistant (Pda) tells you how
to doctor it. You can study and go to college.  I really like this game and enjoyed it.

Sunday, May 8, 2011


In my Language Arts for my school I had to write a report about caribou.

Caribou are mammals that look like a moose with smaller antlers or a large deer with big antlers.  They are four to twelve feet tall  and are four to five feet wide. Their fur color is gray with black, white and brown hide. Caribou hooves are very important. They use them to act as snow shoes when they walk across thin ice and deep snow. Also their hooves
help the caribou break ice and dig in snow. A caribou eats mainly moss and lichens.  Caribou mainly live in the tundra of Canada, Alaska, Scandinavia and Siberia. The caribou do not mate for life. Baby caribou stay with their mothers until they are one to two years.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Feral hogs

       We have feral hogs on our property,so I'm going to tell you some facts about them...

1.  Male hogs have ever growing tusks; they sharpen there tusks on other hogs.
2.  Hogs don't have good eye site but have good scent and are fast runners.
3.  Feral hogs can mature to reproduce in less than six months.
4.  A mother hog can have a litter typically of four to six piglets.
5.  Feral sows are extremely protective of there young.
6.  Feral hogs are omnivores meaning they eat both meat and vegetables.
7.  Hogs can get rabies like other animals but its highly unlikely.
8.  Wild hogs like to live where it is wet muddy areas near vegetation.