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  • I really want a bunny but im afraid it will stink the house. Do they smell like dogs and cats?

    14 answers 3 days ago Other - Pets
  • How do I politely decline a dog walking client?

    Best answer: Just simply say "I cannot take you on as a client." You don't have to justify yourself.
    18 answers 4 days ago Dogs
  • What s the naughtiest funny thing your pet/ pets have done?

    8 answers 19 hours ago Dogs
  • Need advice my cat is sick?

    I think my cat has cat flu in just 2 days hes lost weight and his eyes and nose are runny hes also heaving and when he swollows its like his throat is sore. I dont have enough money for vets right now and his carrier is broken I dont know what to do he ate a little before but ive not see him drink today Ive tried him with milk and water but he hasnt touched them. Any advice please I dont know what to do.
    13 answers 3 days ago Cats
  • WHAT might cause an intact male cat to meow CONSTANTLY? He started doing so well over a year ago, and I'm about to kill either myself or him?

    11 answers 2 days ago Cats
  • How much to charge for Lynx Point Siamese kittens?

    Best answer: Cats only "go for a lot" when you have pedigree papers to proove that they are purebred.

    "Big fluffy tail" suggeats to me that your cat may not be a purebred Siamese...

    You dont even know what color kittens you have yet.
    8 answers 21 hours ago Cats
  • How do I introduce my 6 year old cat to a 3 month old pitbull?

    I have a 6 year old female cat that I ve had since she was a kitten. She is (I wouldn t necessarily say spoiled) used to being the only pet in my room. My mom has a small dog in the living room, they get along cause she doesn t have to coexist with her as much. I tried rescuing a kitten and young cat that I found on the street once and she disliked both of them very much and even tried to attack them. She would go into different areas so we couldn t see her (not really hiding, just to get away from us) and she was very stressed about it. So I instead took the cat and kitten to the shelter. I m planning on getting a 3 month old pitbull puppy soon and I want them to get along. How can I introduce them and ensure they ll get along so I don t have to worry about my cat when the pitbull grows up?
    13 answers 3 days ago Cats
  • Why do people hate pitbulls and chihuahuas??? their the best dogs alive?

    Best answer: Wow! I can't even believe some of these uneducated replies. Ignorance must be contagious. Let me start by saying I don't care for Chi's, because they are small, they serve no purpose in my life, they are generally pretty nervous dogs, they yap, and yap, and yap, OMG! Oh! My "Pit"bull would squash it. Next! To all of the uneducated..I have been around MANY American Staffordshires, (Pit to the uneducated) my entire life. My daddy would go to the dog fights, and buy the losers, as the owner was going to kill them anyway. He brought them home, cleaned them up, and found them beautiful homes. His favorite dog, was a ***** he brought home, from a fight. She was his badass little yard dog. We owned a ranch, so to say we had a plethora of animals, was an understatement. She was an awesome little bulldog though. I was a baby when he brought her home. She thought the sun rose and set in me. None of those dogs he brought home, never bit, mauled, or attacked us.
    I hate ignorance! I also hate people talking about a subject, they know absolutely nothing about.
    I am so glad my daddy raised those dogs around me and my siblings, and gave us a heart for them. When I was dating my husband, I told him, he had to learn to love bulldogs, or we couldn't get married. Oh! He also had to move to Texas..lol he loves our Am Staff ( Keeper) as well as ( Orphan) I fostered Am Staffs all of my kids lives. They lived in my home, until they got a family. My kids treated them like their siblings. In fact, I gave my children a heart for these dogs, and they now have them, for their children. Pretty awesome, huh!
    Now let me get to the ignorant statement.." bred to be aggressive!" This is a lie, from the pit of hell! They are bred to hunt. They are no more aggressive than any other dog, if raised in a normal atmosphere. However, they are very territorial dogs. One of the awesome qualities about them. I will promise you if you come in my house uninvited, Keeper will eat your *** up. I am glad she will too. She definitely is not a people person..she also doesn't deal with stupid. If she thinks I am getting frustrated with somebody, or anxious, due to somebodys stupidity...she will give a low tone growl. I will put my finger on my lips, and she will hush. I don't have to say anything to her, for her to do something, she obeys hand gestures. This breed of dog is one of the most brilliant breed of dog, God created. BTW! Keeper is not the 1st dog that I have taught that way. They make excellent K9 dogs. They make excellent service dogs, although, they tend to be a bit hard headed. The right person working with them, can make them putty in their hand. So to the people that speak and don't know..you are the people who are causing millions of this breed to be euthanized every year. Stop believing everything the media feeds you. They lie!
    24 answers 5 days ago Dogs
  • What is your favorite reptile?

    Best answer: Squirrel.
    13 answers 5 days ago Reptiles
  • My Dog is really vicious with other dogs. I have never seen him lose a fight.Would be OK to let him fight other dogs and place bets on him?

    7 answers 12 hours ago Dogs
  • Horse people- when folks lay their hand flat to feed horses stuff, does this guarantee you wont get any kind of a "bite" from the horse?

    Best answer: Anything you do with a horse is training. If you are trying to hand-feed MY horses, I will tell you to stop. If you persist I will become angry. My horses are expected to be nice around children, and I do not want them to have the idea that a hand is supposed to have food in it, lest a child get bitten for the "sin" of not having food in his hand.

    The same kind of rule applies to just about all horses. Do not touch (or feed) the horse without the owner's explicit permission. If someone has hired you to take care of his horses, then you have been given (or should have been given) the rules for your proper behaviour. Even then, be aware (with all your good understanding that you have acquired from reading and from experience) of the many ways you can get hurt when working with horses.

    Work with horses, get hurt. Them's the rules.
    8 answers 2 days ago Horses
  • Is my kitten part Maine Coon? He's just turned 6 months old and is a pretty big boy - already almost 4kg and looks almost fully grown!?

    13 answers 3 days ago Cats
  • What's a good name for a cat?

    Best answer: Felix.
    13 answers 3 days ago Cats
  • What are dog breeds not for first time owners?

    22 answers 5 days ago Dogs
  • Can separation anxiety make my dog really itchy?

    My dog is constantly scratching and biting at himself. I've checked his fur and can't see any sign of fleas or ticks and he's been doing this even after he's had a bath. He has really bad separation anxiety (he was neglected, possibly abused, we got his from the animal shelter), could that cause him to be scratching so much maybe as a comfort thing? He's a Chihuahua/weenie dog mix, are there certain skin problems they are prone to having that could be causing the itching?
    7 answers 15 hours ago Dogs
  • What should I do with a puppy litter infected with parvo?

    My dog had a litter. It's her 2nd. The first litter was healthy and strong and were big puppies. This 2nd litter wasn't planned, and some how one of the puppies got parvo at 7 weeks. I took him to the vet immediately and they gave me fluids and and medications for it. The pup didnt make it unfortunatly.l kept it away from the others but it still spread and now half the litter is showing symptoms the first one had b4 it died. 4 are showing symptoms. I separated them from the ones not showing symptoms. Idk what to do. Even with the vet help the puppy didn't make it and the 4 others are sick now. Is there a place I can surrender them too that would give them a better chance or should I take them to get put down before they infect mom and dad? I can't afford the treatment for all 10 pups. But I wanna do whatever possible to save them or do what's best for them. Need advice. This is something terrible to go through
    8 answers 1 day ago Dogs
  • How do you punish a dog for licking will a cattle prod work?

    9 answers 2 days ago Dogs
  • Are Pugs fat?

    7 answers 18 hours ago Dogs