How to Keep Superworms Alive and Healthy For Your Pet

If you keep reptiles as pets, superworms make great food. The best technique to keep these creatures alive and healthy for your pet is up to each reptile owner.

Superworms are around four times the size of common mealworms and are thus a more substantial source of protein and other nutrients. Worms and live insects are an essential part of the diet of iguanas and other lizards.

Since superworm beetles just need a small amount of food and a relatively simple environment, they are not difficult to care for, raise, or even breed. So, here are some suggestions for taking good care of them.

1. Choosing a Suitable Container

Keep the Superworms in plastic, glass, or silicon containers. The minimum height for the container should be 7 inches. It’s been shown that superworm beetles do best in environments with lots of room to roam. Too many worms in a small space might cause a high mortality rate. There ought to be plenty of airflow in the crate.

2. Good Temperature Level

Temperatures between 66 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit are optimal for crates. When there are too many worms packed into a small space, the temperature rises, and condensation forms on the inside of the crate.

If the worms are restless from the heat, they may coil up regularly or flick back and forth. If the crate is too cool, the worms may become inactive or dig through the bedding for heat.

3. Bedding Materials

Common bedding materials for superworms include bran, mill feed, and white oats. Substrate or bedding material should be about 1.5 inches thick. Since the worms will be using the bedding as food, high-quality bran or another material is required.

4. Proper Hydration

The presence of excessive moisture in the crate could kill superworms. Experts recommend offering plenty of fruits and vegetables to the insects. Sliced apples, melons, and cucumbers hydrate the insects and keep them healthy.

Since these insects are nocturnal, it may be best to feed them at night. Pet owners should replace the food every day or every alternate day.

5. Maintenance

Keeping a superworm crate in good condition is simple. Dead worms, worm pupae, and other decaying matter must be removed daily, even though the crate itself only needs to be cleaned every two months.

6. Feed your worms properly

The following are four suggestions for feeding your superworms:

— Stay away from citrus, onions, tomatoes, and other citrus foods.
— Fruits should be sliced no thicker than 1/4 inch.
— Every two days, throw out any perishable produce (or if you notice any mould developing).
— Foods like cucumbers, sweet potatoes, carrots, and melons are great options for giving your worms the moisture and gut-loading nutrients they need to flourish.


Your pet’s natural instinct to hunt can be stimulated when you feed them superworms since they are a very nutritious and engaging food source. This blog post explains all you need to know about how to properly care for superworms. We really hope that you have found this article to be beneficial.

Best Underrated and Overlooked Songs From the 70’s You’ve Forgotten or Never Heard

Remember when they used to make good music? You may have forgotten, but they actually used to do that very thing. Here’s a list of great songs from the 1970’s that maybe you’ve never heard before, or if you have, your ears will be glad to hear them again.

Not all of these are never-released songs from obscure albums or 20-minute prog rock songs. A lot of them were actually hit singles! And I’m going to say that 70’s music started around 1966, so there will also be some songs here from ’66 through ’69. You also might find a few from 1980.
Not every song here is going to resonate with everyone. But trust me, if you bookmark this page and take the time to explore this list, you’re going to make a lot of new discoveries that you’ll love, as there are a bunch of different genres represented.

Consider buying me a cup of coffee by clicking the donation button below if this epic list provides you with some fun and entertainment:

OK. Ready for some forgotten gems from the 70’s? Let’s Go! Click on any song title to conveniently listen on YouTube… (Jump to the bottom of the list)

Chi Coltrane: Thunder and Lightning
Q: Dancin’ Man
City Boy:
The Sutherland Brothers & Quiver: (I Don’t Wanna Love You But) You Got Me Anyway
Pilot: January
Moon Martin: Rolene
Ambrosia: Holdin’ on to Yesterday
Sniff ‘N the Tears: Driver’s Seat
Sanford Townsend Band: Smoke from a Distant Fire
Gary Wright: Phantom Writer
Starz: Cherry Baby
Mr. Bloe: Groovin’ With Mr. Bloe
Badfinger: Day After Day
Andrew Gold: Lonely Boy
Dave Edmunds: I Hear You Knocking
T Rex: Telegram Sam
New England: Don’t Ever Wanna Lose Ya
Addrisi Brothers: Slow Dancin’
Elton John: Mama Can’t Buy You Love
Melanie: Brand New Key
Starbuck: Moonlight Feels Right
Bonnie Tyler: It’s a Heartache
Pacific Gas and Electric: Are You Ready?
100 Proof: Somebody’s Been Sleeping
Christie: Yellow River
Tee-Set: Ma Belle Amie
Mark Lindsay: Arizona
Brotherhood of Man: United We Stand
The Friends of Distinction: Love or Let Me Be Lonely
The Kinks: Lola
Marmalade: Reflections of My Life
Melanie: Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)
The Five Stairsteps: O-o-h Child
Dawn: Candida
Al Stewart: Lord Grenville
Fairport Convention: Come All Ye
Brian Eno: I’ll Come Running
Wadsworth Mansion: Sweet Mary
Mac and Katie Kissoon: Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends: Never Ending Song of Love
Brewer & Shipley: One Toke Over the Line
Tommy James: Draggin’ the Line
Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart: I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight?
1910 Fruitgum Company: 1, 2, 3 Red Light
The Status Quo: Pictures of Matchstick Men
People!: I Love You
The Box Tops: Soul Deep
Paul Revere & The Raiders: Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon
The Cowsills: Indian Lake
The Turtles: You Showed Me
Tony Joe White: Polk Salad Annie
The Flying Machine: Smile A Little Smile For Me
The Grass Roots: Wait a Million Years
The Detroit Emeralds: Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms)
Bill Withers: Use Me
The Alpha Band: Keep It In the Family
Desmond Dekker: The Israelites
Gerry Rafferty: Whatever’s Written In Your Heart
Traffic: Every Mother’s Son
Arlo Guthrie: City of New Orleans
Daniel Boone: Beautiful Sunday
Mouth And MacNeal: How Do You Do
B.W. Stevenson: My Maria
Helen Reddy: Delta Dawn
The Stylistics: Rockin’ Roll Baby
The Spinners: Mighty Love
The Hollies: The Air That I Breathe
The Amazing Rhythm Aces: Third Rate Romance
Dwight Twilley Band: I’m On Fire
Leo Sayer: Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance)
Sugarloaf: Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You
Wet Willie: Keep On Smilin’
Lee Michaels: Do You Know What I Mean?
George Harrison: What Is Life
Roy Wood: Forever
Marshall-Hain: Dancing In the City
Silver: Wham Bam Shang-A-Lang
Elton John: Elderberry Wine
Sweet: Fox On the Run
The Rubettes: Tonight
George Harrison: Crackerbox Palace
Chuck Mangione: Feels So Good
War: Summer
Status Quo: Living On An Island
Hello: New York Groove
Bob James: Angela (Theme from “Taxi”)
Lindisfarne: Meet Me On The Corner
Barry Blue: Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night)
The Move: California Man
Be-Bop Deluxe: Ships In The Night
Paul Nicholas: Dancing With The Captain
The Strawbs: Lay Down
Lindisfarne: Run For Home
Sally Oldfield: Mirrors
Pluto Shervington: Dat
Glen Campbell: Southern Nights
Heatwave: The Groove Line
Jay Ferguson: Thunder Island
Lighthouse: Hats Off To The Stranger
The Pousette-Dart Band: Amnesia
Cockney Rebel: Judy Teen
Nick Lowe: I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass
Pilot: Just A Smile
John Prine: Fish & Whistle
Phil Manzanera: Alma
Wings: Mrs. Vanderbilt
Alan Parsons Project: The Cask Of Amontillado
Big Star: The Ballad Of El Goodo
Billy Joel: Last Of The Big Time Spenders
Brian Eno: Here He Comes
Elton John: Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy
Harry Chapin: W.O.L.D.
Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Lucky Man
Gentle Giant: Wreck
Mott The Hoople: Roll Away The Stone
Eruption Featuring Precious Wilson: I Can’t Stand The Rain
The Motors: Airport
B.A. Robertson: Bang Bang
Smokie: If You Think You Know How To Love Me
Railroad Gin: A Matter Of Time
Al Stewart: If It Doesn’t Come Naturally Leave It
The Moody Blues: Never Comes The Day
Chicago: Poem For The People
T Rex: Monolith
The Spinners: The Rubberband Man
Russell Morris: Sweet Sweet Love
George Harrison: Ding Dong, Ding Dong
The Association: Never My Love
Leo Sayer: How Beautiful You Are
Dean Friedman: Ariel
Television: Guiding Light
Traffic: John Barleycorn (Must Die)
Climax Blues Band: Couldn’t Get It Right
George Harrison: Faster
Kayak: Chance For A Lifetime
George Harrison: Any Road
Sweet: The Six Teens
The Raspberries: Making It Easy
Slade: Gudbuy T’ Jane
The Raspberries: I Wanna Be With You
Duncan Browne: Journey
Bobby Womack: There’s One Thing That Beats Failing
Distractions: Time Goes By So Slow
The Roches: Hammond Song
Buchanan Brothers: Son Of A Lovin’ Man
The Alpha Band: Interviews
Allen Toussaint: Night People
Michael Farneti: The River
Roy Harper: When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease
Bobby Charles: I Must Be In A Good Place Now
Frankie Valli: Grease Is The Word
Al Stewart: Carol
Big Star: Thirteen
Billy Joel: Stop In Nevada
The Moody Blues: Tortoise And The Hare
Phil Manzanera Featuring Brian Eno: Big Day
Nick Drake: Pink Moon
Dion: Only You Know
Derek And The Dominos: I Looked Away
John Cale: Cleo
Dr. John: Such A Night
Swamp Dogg: Synthetic World
Jimmy Campbell: Half Baked
Alessi Brothers: Sea Bird
Dan Fogelberg: There’s A Place In The World For A Gambler
Chicago: In The Country
David Bowie: Always Crashing In The Same Car
Dan Penn: Nobody’s Fool
Elton John: Crazy Water
Harry Chapin: What Made America Famous
Brian Eno: Mother Whale Eyeless
Donovan: Hurdy Gurdy Man
Warren Zevon: Accidentally Like A Martyr
Big Star: Give Me Another Chance
Smokie: For A Few Dollars More
Jackson Browne: The Pretender
Sparks: The Number One Song In Heaven
Fanny: Ain’t That Peculiar
Al Green: Sweet Song
Big Star: September Gurls
Kate Wolf: You’re Not Standing Like You Used To
Chris Spedding: Video Life
NRBQ: Magnet
The Moody Blues: Nice To Be Here
John Prine: Crooked Piece Of Time
Dory Previn: Lady With The Braid
J.J. Cale: Magnolia
The Alpha Band: Wouldn’t You Know
Flamin’ Groovies: Shake Some Action
Harry Nilsson: Dayton, Ohio 1903
Joan Baez: Diamonds and Rust
Mary Hopkin: Those Were The Days
Elton John: Salvation
Squeeze: Up The Junction
Loudon Wainwright III: The Man Who Couldn’t Cry
Wire: Outdoor Miner
Bill Fay: I Hear You Calling
Blaze Foley: If I Could Only Fly
Randy Newman: Louisiana 1927
Joan Armatrading: Willow
Richard and Linda Thompson: I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
Fairport Convention: Matty Groves
Ofege: It’s Not Easy
Rodriguez: Cause
Amanaz: Khala My Friend
Odetta: Hit or Miss
Link Wray: Fallin’ Rain
Andy Pratt: Avenging Annie
Bobby Charles: Small Town Talk
Gregg Allman: Please Call Home
Tony Joe White: Saturday Night in Oak Grove, Louisiana
Little Feat: Trouble
Bobby Charles: Long Face
Danny O’Keefe: Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues
Family: My Friend The Sun
Murray Head: Say It Ain’t So Joe
Be-Bop Deluxe: Maid In Heaven
The Motors: Dancing The Night Away
Robert Palmer: How Much Fun
Al Stewart: Not The One
The Alpha Band: Arizona Telegram
Big Star: Try Again
Billy Joel: Somewhere Along The Line
John Cale: Gideon’s Bible
John Prine: Bruised Orange (Chain Of Sorrow)
Elton John: Amoreena
Brinsley Schwarz: Surrender To The Rhythm
Joan Armatrading: Down To Zero
Maria Muldaur: Gringo En Mexico
Wendy Waldman: Mad Mad Me
Linda Lewis: Gladly Give You My Hand
Valerie Carter: Face Of Appalachia
Maria Muldaur: Three Dollar Bill
Richard and Linda Thompson: Dimming Of The Day
The Babys: Every Time I Think Of You
Patrick Hernandez: Born To Be Alive
Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro: Stumblin’ In
The Marshall Tucker Band: Heard It In A Love Song
Family: Burlesque
The Guess Who: Star Baby
XTC: Making Plans For Nigel
Speedy Keen: Old Fashioned Girl
Nina Simone: Baltimore
Shuggie Otis: Inspiration Information
The Troggs: With A Girl Like You
Cream: Badge
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: Prodigal’s Return
Boney M.: Rasputin
Al Stewart: Sand In Your Shoes
Spooky Tooth: It’s All About A Roundabout
XTC: Ten Feet Tall
Big Star: The India Song
Elton John: Razor Face
John Prine: That’s The Way The World Goes Round
Bob Welch: Ebony Eyes
Family: Glove
Chris Bell: You And Your Sister
Brian Protheroe: Pinball
Buchanan Brothers: Medicine Man
Billy Joel: The Great Suburban Showdown
John Cale: Charlemagne
Todd Rundgren: Wolfman Jack
Billy Preston: I Wrote A Simple Song
? & The Mysterians: 96 Tears
Uriah Heep: The Wizard
Badfinger: Come And Get It
The Who: Let’s See Action
Brian Eno: On Some Faraway Beach
Neil Diamond: Forever In Blue Jeans
Alicia Bridges: I Love The Nightlife
Small Faces: Itchycoo Park
Andy Kim: Rock Me Gently
Elton John: Part Time Love
Shirley & Company: Shame, Shame, Shame
Lee Jackson: Hey Girl
Eric Clapton: Let It Rain
The Moody Blues: Lovely To See You
Paul McCartney: Teddy Boy
Quicksilver Messenger Service: Pride Of Man
Alan Parsons Project: Breakdown
Thunderclap Newman: Thunder In The Air
Jigsaw: Sky High
Al Stewart: Flying Sorcery
Nick Gilder: Hot Child In The City
Paul Simon: Loves Me Like A Rock
Willie Nile: Vagabond Moon
Ten Years After: Let The Sky Fall
Edison Lighthouse: Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
It’s A Beautiful Day: White Bird
Jesse Winchester: Say What
Diesel: Sausalito Summernight
The Hues Corporation: Rockin’ Soul
Little River Band: Cool Change
John Lennon: Jealous Guy
Bobby Vinton: Sealed With A Kiss
Ian Gomm: Hold On
Billy Joel: Vienna
Smokie: Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone
XTC: When You’re Near Me I Have Difficulty
Climax Blues Band: I Love You
The Guess Who: Old Joe
John Prine: Sweet Revenge
Donnie Iris: Ah! Leah!
Neil Young: Alabama
Big Star: For You
Albert Collins: Master Charge
Elkie Brooks: Pearl’s A Singer
Janis Joplin: Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)
ABBA: Why Did It Have To Be Me?
Waylon Jennings: Good Ol’ Boys (Theme From “The Dukes Of Hazzard”)
Gallagher & Lyle: Heart On My Sleeve
Neil Sedaka: Bad Blood
The Left Banke: Pretty Ballerina
Procol Harum: Conquistador
The Mixtures: The Pushbike Song
Elton John: We All Fall In Love Sometimes
Harry Chapin: 30,000 Pounds of Bananas
Koko Taylor: I’m A Woman
Blues Image: Ride Captain Ride
Clout: Substitute
Dave Loggins: Please Come To Boston
The Allman Brothers Band: Melissa
Arrival: Friends
Driver 67: Car 67
Johnny Johnson & His Bandwagon: (Blame It) On The Pony Express
Jim Croce: I Got A Name
George Baker Selection: Paloma Blanca
Marmalade: I See The Rain
John Cale: Big White Cloud
Paper Lace: Billy, Don’t Be A Hero
Traffic: You Can All Join In
Al Stewart: Midnight Rocks
Uriah Heep: Easy Livin’
Steve Forbert: Romeo’s Tune
Brotherhood of Man: Angelo
Patsy Gallant: From New York To L.A.
String Driven Thing: The Machine That Cried
Rose Royce: I Wanna Get Next To You
Crabby Appleton: To All My Friends
The Lovin’ Spoonful: Darling Be Home Soon
Sopwith Camel: Hello, Hello
Don McLean: Castles In The Air
Ringo Starr: Step Lightly
Joe Simon: Get Down, Get Down
The Kinks: Waterloo Sunset
Rubicon: I’m Gonna Take Care of Everything
Bubble Puppy: Hot Smoke And Sasafrass
The Zombies: This Will Be Our Year
Warren Zevon: Carmelita
Jimmy Ruffin: Hold On To My Love
Elton John: Into The Old Man’s Shoes
Lynsey de Paul: Sugar Me
Neil Diamond: Soolaimon
George Harrison: This Song
The Babys: Isn’t It Time
Con Funk Shun: Ffun
Roxy Music: Beauty Queen
Bobby Hebb: Sunny
Badfinger: Baby Blue
Johnny “Guitar” Watson: A Real Mother For Ya
Max Webster: Let Go The Line
Reunion: Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me)
Bobby Bloom: Montego Bay
Typically Tropical: Barbados
Bob Seger: Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man
Gary Wright: Love Is Alive
1910 Fruitgum Company: Indian Giver
Crow: Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me
Dave Edmunds: Queen Of Hearts
The Move: Blackberry Way
Jeremy Spencer: Cool Breeze
Billy Joel: Los Angelenos
Los Bravos: Black Is Black
Dan Hill: Sometimes When We Touch
Thunderclap Newman: The Reason
Cockney Rebel: Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
Cymarron: Rings
Eddie Floyd: Knock On Wood (1966)
Amii Stewart: Knock On Wood (1979 cover of the above)
The Mojo Men: Sit Down, I Think I Love You
Norma Tanega: Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog
The Troggs: Love Is All Around
The Moody Blues: Minstrel’s Song
Nick Lowe: Cruel To Be Kind
The Left Banke: She May Call You Up Tonight
Goldberg: Cry A Little Bit
Renaissance: Carpet Of The Sun
T Rex: Life’s A Gas
Brian Eno: Backwater
Jesse Winchester: Yankee Lady
Wings: Getting Closer
Patto: Time To Die
Paul Simon: Mother And Child Reunion
Smokie: Needles And Pins
Chuck Berry: Tulane
Bread: Mother Freedom
Marc Jordan: Marina Del Rey
Elvis Costello: Less Than Zero
Honeybus: I Can’t Let Maggie Go
John Prine: Donald And Lydia
Gallagher & Lyle: Breakaway
Michel Pagliaro: Lovin’ You Ain’t Easy
Dan Penn: Tearjoint
Big Star: Thank You Friends
Camille Yarbrough: Take Yo’ Praise
David Bowie: Starman
Fogg: Water In My Wine
The Hollies: Don’t Let Me Down
Billy Preston: Outa Space
Neil Young: Are You Ready For The Country?
M: Pop Muzik
Gerry Rafferty: Home And Dry
Ambrosia: And… Somewhere I’ve Never Travelled
Dr. Hook: Sharing The Night Together
Freda Payne: Band Of Gold
La Bionda: One For You, One For Me
Rainbow: Temple Of The King
Lindisfarne: Fog On The Tyne
The Staple Singers: If You’re Ready (Come Go With Me)
Toto: I’ll Supply The Love
Little Feat: Long Distance Love
Gil Scott-Heron: Home Is Where The Hatred Is
Fleetwood Mac: Bare Trees
Marmalade: Rainbow
Jackson Browne: Here Come Those Tears Again
Bob Welch: Sentimental Lady
Jimmy Cliff: Vietnam
Mud: Tiger Feet
The Radiators: Let’s Talk About The Weather
Queen: Seven Seas Of Rhye
Cat Stevens: Matthew & Son
Frederick Knight: I’ve Been Lonely For So Long
R.B. Greaves: Take A Letter Maria
The Undisputed Truth: Smiling Faces Sometimes
Dave & Ansell Collins: Double Barrel
Joan Armatrading: Love And Affection
Television Personalities: Part Time Punks
Elton John: Shine On Through
Lulu: Me, The Peaceful Heart
The Jam: To Be Someone (Didn’t We Have A Nice Time)
The Original Caste: One Tin Soldier
Starz: Sing It, Shout It
Fairport Convention: Reynardine
Bobby Sherman: Cried Like A Baby
Dr. Hook: Sylvia’s Mother
Blue Swede: Silly Milly
Redbone: Come And Get Your Love
The Soulful Dynamics: Mademoiselle Ninette
Pop Tops: Mammy Blue
Steve Forbert: Say Goodbye To Little Jo
Atomic Rooster: Tomorrow Night
Jen Rog: Sunday Morning
Jackie Moore: Precious, Precious
Steeleye Span: All Around My Hat
John Miles: Music
Randy Newman: Rider In The Rain
The Fun And Games: The Grooviest Girl In The World
The Only Ones: Another Girl, Another Planet
10cc: I’m Mandy Fly Me
Goldberg: Say Your Name Out Loud
Boston: A Man I’ll Never Be
Brotherhood Of Man: Save Your Kisses For Me
The Zombies: A Rose For Emily
Harry Chapin: Dreams Go By
Burton Cummings: Stand Tall
Alive ‘N Kickin’: Tighter, Tighter
Sweet: Wig-Wam Bam
David Bowie: Watch That Man
Sammy Johns: Chevy Van
John Lennon: (Just Like) Starting Over
Robin McNamara: Lay A Little Lovin’ On Me
Cockney Rebel: Mr. Raffles (Man, It Was Mean)
Jefferson Starship: Miracles
Small Faces: Lazy Sunday
The Kinks: Victoria
Ohio Express: Chewy Chewy
Clout: Save Me
Badfinger: No Matter What
Max Webster: Diamonds, Diamonds
Lou Christie: I’m Gonna Make You Mine
Honeybus: Julie In My Heart
The Buggles: The Plastic Age
Michael Nesmith: Joanne
Roxy Music: Just Another High
Ralph McTell: Streets Of London
Hoyt Axton: When The Morning Comes
Bobbie Gentry: Fancy
Eric Burdon & The Animals: Sky Pilot
The Classics IV: Stormy
Brenton Wood: Gimme Little Sign
The Raspberries: Let’s Pretend
Daddy Dewdrop: Chick-a-Boom
Wallace Collection: Fly Me To The Earth
Blood, Sweat & Tears: Hi-De-Ho
Sherbet: Howzat
Jim Stafford: Swamp Witch
Billy Joel: Weekend Song
John Paul Young: Yesterday’s Hero
La Costa Tucker: Get On My Love Train
Poco: Keep On Tryin’
The J. Geils Band: Make Up Your Mind
UFO: High Flyer
Jefferson Starship: Jane
Ambrosia: Angola
Caravan: Stuck In A Hole
Humble Pie: Natural Born Bugie
Gene Chandler: Groovy Situation
The Millennium: 5 a.m.
Kalapana: When The Morning Comes
Brian Eno: The True Wheel
Tee-Set: She Likes Weeds
Gallery: I Believe In Music
Cymande: The Message
Paul Wingfield: Eighteen With A Bullet
Michel Pagliaro: Rainshowers
Rick Springfield: Speak To The Sky
Trooper: We’re Here For A Good Time (Not A Long Time)
David Dundas: Jeans On
Jackie Lee: The Duck
Al Wilson: The Snake
Big Star: My Life Is Right
Punch: Fallin’ Lady
Betty Wright: Clean Up Woman
Frankie Miller: The Doodle Song
Wishbone Ash: Ballad Of The Beacon
O.C. Smith: La La Peace Song
The Statler Brothers: Flowers On The Wall
Phil Ochs: Chords Of Fame
Renaissance: Let It Grow
McGuinness Flint: When I`m Dead And Gone
Beverly Bremers: Don’t Say You Don’t Remember
The Rubettes: Juke Box Jive
Lambert and Nuttycombe: Morning
American Flyer: Let Me Down Easy
Emitt Rhodes: Pardon Me
The Records: Starry Eyes
Tommy James and the Shondells: Sweet Cherry Wine
The Left Banke: Walk Away Renee
George Harrison: Blow Away
The Knickerbockers: Lies
Tomorrow: Hallucinations
Lobo: Rock And Roll Days
Billy Swan: Everything’s The Same (Ain’t Nothing Changed)
Lighthouse: Sunny Days
Charlie Daniels: Uneasy Rider
Sagittarius: My World Fell Down
The Pousette-Dart Band: I Don’t Know Why
Keith West: On A Saturday
Crabby Appleton: Go Back
Raydio: Jack And Jill
Simon & Garfunkel: My Little Town
Enchantment: If You’re Ready (Here It Comes)
The Pretty Things: Don’t Bring Me Down
Bill Fay: Omega Day
Bob Kuben And The In-Men: The Cheater
The Shades of Blue: Oh How Happy
Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66: Mas Que Nada
Family: Coronation
The Merry-Go-Round: Live
Traffic: Empty Pages
Frankie Vallie & The Four Seasons: The Night
Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces: Searching For My Love
The New Vaudeville Band: Winchester Cathedral
J.J. Jackson: But It’s Alright
P.J. Proby: Niki Hoeky
Leon Russell: Shoot Out On The Plantation
Steeleye Span: One Misty Moisty Morning
The Members: Sound Of The Suburbs
Joan Armatrading: Rosie
The Zombies: She’s Not There
Jerry Jane: Hello Josephine
Every Mother’s Son: Come On Down To My Boat
Moby Grape: 8:05
Joy Of Cooking: Let Love Carry You Along
Trooper: Oh, Pretty Lady
The Four Tops: One Chain Don’t Make No Prison
Poco: Rose Of Cimarron
Cymande: Bra
Sibylle Baier: Forget About
Gallery: Big City Miss Ruth Ann
Steve Forbert: You Cannot Win If You Do Not Play
The Kinks: Picture Book
Mark Lindsay: Silver Bird
Ralph McTell: Claudia
Frankie Miller: Darlin’
Five Man Electrical Band: Absolutely Right
Mouth & MacNeal: Hello-A
Rick Nelson: Rock-N-Roll Lady
Delaney & Bonnie: Move ‘Em Out
Elton John: Grimsby
McGuinness Flint: Friends Of Mine
Toots And The Maytals: Pressure Drop
Emitt Rhodes: Somebody Made For Me
The Walker Brothers: The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
Michel Pagliaro: Some Sing, Some Dance
Joe Jackson: Is She Really Going Out With Him?
Rare Earth: Born To Wander
John Kongos: He’s Gonna Step On You Again
Atomic Rooster: Nobody Else
The Parliaments: I Wanna Testify
Miriam Makeba: Pata Pata

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Aggressive Dogs: Warning Signs And Training Tips

Aggression is a word that is used to give a description for more than one of your dog’s behaviors. Usually aggressive behavior will begin as a warning. However, it might ultimately lead to an attack, which is why training an aggressive dog is so important.

Here are some signs that a dog may be displaying aggressive behavior:

— Growling
— Standing inflexible and/or still
— Showing teeth
— Snarling (growling while displaying teeth)
— A threatening or guttural bark
— Lunging or charging at a human
— Mouthing/light biting that does not make use of pressure
— Snapping or nipping at a man or woman without leaving a mark
— Biting that leaves bruising or puncture wounds
— Repeated bites in speedy succession

How To Train Aggressive Dogs

The first step to training an aggressive dog is to pick out who or what he is aggressive toward. Does your dog exhibit symptoms of aggression to a unique household member, or towards a friend, strangers, or different animals? Also, as noted above, it is essential to discover what in his surroundings is making him angry.

Once you are aware of what motivates your dog’s aggression and to whom he is aggressive, it is time to work one-on-one with a expert canine trainer. If you are not certain who to hire, you could contact your veterinarian for a recommendation. Before you begin any training, check with your vet to make sure your dog is healthy. A checkup may additionally assist with you becoming aware of any underlying physical problems that could also be affecting your pet’s demeanor.

Never Ignore Aggression

This can be an important tip for a couple of reasons. The more obvious reason is that aggression is an undesirable trait that could lead to someone, or even your dog, getting hurt. If you observe aggression in a dog that you do not know, it is wise to walk away alone. If these behaviors are being detected with the aid of your very own canine, it is fundamental to make certain you discover why so that you can take steps to decrease his aggression.

The other purpose to no longer ignore canine aggression relates to the fundamental significance to your safety. As your pack leader, your dog has an instinctual protecting mechanism that maintains security from whatever it deems as a threat. If you note any of the symptoms of aggression in your usually tame canine, then it would possibly be well worth a speedy investigation of your surroundings.

Your dog’s sensitivity to odor and sounds are an awful lot more enhanced than a human’s, so he or she will be capable of apprehending possible trouble a lot sooner. Whether it is an intruder in your house, or a wild animal in the vicinity, your dog’s aggression symptoms may just simply be a signal of warning that something of risk exists and to remain at a distance.

Lastly, do not by any means ever punish your dog for aggression. Dogs do not respond well to harsh punishment and therefore are more likely to act out or display even greater aggression when punishment is used. Instead, the best way to train away aggressive conduct is to reward correct behavior. Sometimes your canine may additionally need a little reminder that you are in charge. However, sooner or later he will respond excellently to reconditioning through reward-based training.


Much like children, puppies need to be taught to not act out. Consistent aggressive conduct is generally symptomatic of a larger problem that needs to be dealt with so that you can assuage it in the dog’s environment. Once you discover your dog’s triggers, you can work with him or her, and a vet or training coach can assist you each in researching how to limit the aggression. A little bit of love and persistence can go a long way in supporting your dog so that he or she becomes more calm and well-behaved.

5 Things You Need to Know About Multi-Pet Insurance

More people are getting pets today than ever before. As a result, the demand for pet insurance has increased as well. With an increasing number of pets living in our homes, it makes sense that more pet owners are thinking of getting medical coverage for their furry family members. However, this comes with its fair share of challenges and pitfalls when it comes to purchasing a policy, especially if you own more than one pet. To help you navigate through the options available and find the best policy for your pets, we’ve outlined five things you should know about multi-pet insurance policies before getting one:

Demand for multi-pet insurance is high

Today at least 62% of households have at least one pet in the UK. This number is expected to increase as more and more people welcome pets into their lives. With the population of pet owners growing, so too is the demand for multi-pet insurance.

The cost of multi-pet insurance is often determined by its demand

As pet ownership becomes more popular over time, the cost of multi-pet insurance can also rise. The cost of pet insurance is driven by many factors, such as the popularity of certain breeds, the likelihood of making a claim, and the cost of caring for pets in the event of an accident or illness. With so many factors affecting the price of pet insurance, it’s no wonder that it’s still pricier than most people expect. The good news, however, is that multi-pet insurance can get cheaper in the long run than insuring each pet separately.

Coverage options may vary

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to purchasing multi-pet insurance is that coverage options vary greatly. Some policies may allow you to choose between coverage for up to five pets, for example. Other policies may only offer coverage for two or three pets at a time.

Most importantly, the coverage you receive may also vary based on your pet’s breed and age. In addition to these coverage options, the amount you pay for your policy may also vary depending on your pet’s health, lifestyle and so on. If you’re interested in finding out more about coverage options, click here.

You may need to pay up-front

Another challenge when it comes to multi-pet insurance is that you may need to pay a coverage fee upfront. This fee varies depending on the kind of coverage you want, and it’s typically taken out of the settlement money for the claim. However, there are some exceptions. For example, if your pets are young and healthy with no pre-existing medical conditions, you may be able to obtain coverage for a low upfront fee.

If you choose to purchase pet insurance with a company that requires an upfront fee, you should be aware that there may be limitations on the types of claims you can make. If your policy requires a lower down payment, then you may be prevented from making certain claims.

Know what’s covered and what’s not

One of the most important things you should keep in mind is knowing what’s covered and what’s not. This is a crucial factor when it comes to selecting the best policy for you and your pets’ needs. While most pet insurance policies cover a wide range of expenses, there are certain things that coverage may not cover. These may include non-basic veterinary services and wellness exams. In addition, some policies may or may not cover injuries caused by preventable accidents, such as a dog jumping out of a car.

That being said, most policies will cover the majority of medical expenses as long as they are included in your policy. That way, you can focus on the things that are most important to you, from getting routine health checks to unexpected illnesses.

Final thoughts

While it can be fun to think about adding another pet to your family, it’s important to be prepared for a busy life with multiple pets. This means understanding the costs and benefits of multi-pet insurance, as well as finding a policy that meets your needs. If you are looking for the best policy for your needs, keep in mind that multi-pet insurance is just one of many options.

What To Do When Your Dog Has Allergies

Dogs are naturally sensitive creatures, and their owners should be aware of potential allergies that can affect them. If you have noticed signs of allergic reactions in your dog, there may be steps you can take to reduce your pet’s suffering and maintain its health. This article will guide you through some simple steps to follow when your dog shows signs of an allergic reaction.

Identifying The Allergy

The first step to helping your pet is to identify his or her allergy. Look for signs such as excessive itching, skin rashes, sneezing, vomiting, or diarrhea. If you notice these symptoms, contact a veterinarian for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.

The cause of the allergy varies depending on the type of food that is causing it. However, many dog owners are unaware that their dogs are allergic to foods such as corn, carrots, chicken, peanut butter, and even chocolate! Don’t let these odd labels fool you. The foods causing an allergic reaction may look quite different from one another.

If you have identified your dog’s allergy, take immediate action by having the offending food removed from the diet immediately. Your dog will be more susceptible to allergic reactions if they eat the usual diet for several weeks without it…

For example, if your dog is allergic to peas and is eating a diet that includes peas, it would be advisable to remove them for about four weeks. By doing this, the body will have no time to form any antibodies against the grains, fruits, or vegetables and will only have time to form antibodies against the culprit food.

Finding An Alternative Diet

Once it has been established that your pet is allergic to certain foods, it is important to find an alternative diet. Your veterinarian can recommend specific food choices, but there are also many commercially available, hypoallergenic foods specially formulated for dogs with allergies.

One of the most controversial diets concerns feeding a mixture of raw foods, cooked foods, and treats made with raw ingredients. These mixes are created using meats and vegetables that are either ground or mashed into a liquid so your pet can consume them. The raw ingredients are soaked in an enzymatic solution to kill bacteria before the animal consumes them. The process is somewhat similar to cooked vegetables after being blanched or steamed. These diets are usually recommended by holistic veterinarians who feel that dogs have adapted to eating cooked and raw foods.

Some other options to consider are homemade diets created with fresh ingredients and a raw food diet made from meat alternatives like fish, turkey, or lamb. Be sure to follow the advice of your veterinarian when making changes to your pet’s diet.

Managing The Allergy With Food

If you have identified an allergen in your pet’s diet, it may be possible to manage the allergy. In some instances, you can try raw beef dog food or chicken which could significantly turns your dog’s health around. Also, medications and supplements are recommended based on your dog’s specific needs.

Check Dietary Supplements

If your pet is eating a grain-free diet, many dietary supplements can be fed in addition to the regular food. It is important to experiment with these supplements in small doses to avoid any possible adverse reactions. Many of these supplements are formulated specifically for dogs with allergies.

However, in some cases, it may be easier for your veterinarian to prescribe a treatment protocol for you and your dog. It is important to note that dietary supplements can affect how other medications work in the body. Hence, it’s important to consult with a veterinarian before you make any changes to your pet’s diet.

Involve Medications

Many medications can help to reduce the sensitivity of your pet’s allergic reactions. The foods and medications should be combined. For instance, oral biotics can be combined with foods. They are usually fermented, meaning they are live organisms that help improve your dog’s health and immune system. There are several brand names on the market, but you can also purchase them from your veterinarian.


Allergies are not just annoying for dogs; they can be dangerous and even deadly. With the help of your veterinarian and a few dietary changes, it is possible to control the symptoms of allergies, especially those caused by food. If you have identified an allergen in your pet’s diet, you may be able to manage their allergy with medications or supplements.