• When do puppy’s stop looking puppy cute?

    9 answers · Dogs · 21 hours ago
  • Will i ever be able to forget my dog that died yesterday?

    Best answer: You’ll never forget that your dog died, but more importantly you’ll never forget that your dog lived! As time goes by, the sad memories of losing your dog will be far outnumbered by pleasant memories of being with and loving your dog. After all, you played with, cared for and enjoyed your dog for a very long time... show more
    Best answer: You’ll never forget that your dog died, but more importantly you’ll never forget that your dog lived!
    As time goes by, the sad memories of losing your dog will be far outnumbered by pleasant memories of being with and loving your dog. After all, you played with, cared for and enjoyed your dog for a very long time before you finally had to say goodbye.
    Not everybody gets to know and love a dog. Cherish those memories.
    6 answers · Dogs · 14 hours ago
  • I like hurting my cat?

    Best answer: It is quite apparent someone is hurting you in some way and you need a way to find some help for this. The hurt might be in the form of harsh talking toward you, yelling, physical abuse, emotionaI abuse, or anything else that makes you feel unworthy. This is a warning sign that it is time to do something and find... show more
    Best answer: It is quite apparent someone is hurting you in some way and you need a way to find some help for this. The hurt might be in the form of harsh talking toward you, yelling, physical abuse, emotionaI abuse, or anything else that makes you feel unworthy.

    This is a warning sign that it is time to do something and find help. Speak to a family member, pastor, doctor or school guidance counselor to get some ideas of what to do.

    If you can't do this, then you should try to find a new home for your kitty, until you can adjust to things.

    A family doctor may be able to suggest someone who can get you help.

    It's going to take some courage and guts to do this, but you can do it.

    You can grow up to be an adult who is proud of yourself by taking the initiative to do this.

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    11 answers · Cats · 1 day ago
  • What’s the grossest part about owning a dog?

    Best answer: Dealing with the crap, piss, and vomit so yeah that is gross and anyone saying it isn't is a damn liar. You just put up with it because you don't have a choice in the matter if you want a dog. They lick their damn butt holes, some of them roll in and sometimes eat other animals ****, some eat their own ****... show more
    Best answer: Dealing with the crap, piss, and vomit so yeah that is gross and anyone saying it isn't is a damn liar. You just put up with it because you don't have a choice in the matter if you want a dog. They lick their damn butt holes, some of them roll in and sometimes eat other animals ****, some eat their own **** and some eat or roll in dead things and hellsometimes they'll eat their own vomit. I've seen dogs lick other dogs urine!!

    ( But babies are worse Verulam??? 🤔 they may need diaper changes for a few years until they're on the potty for themselves and clean themselves properly but they ain't eating and rolling in nasty things or getting you to pick up their crap for the rest of their lives and they certainly ain't licking their butts like a dog either )
    18 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • My cat is hurt.... help?

    About a month ago this thought to be stray cat started living in our garage, hes EXTREMLY friendly, not neutered and not declawed. He loves to eat and cuddle and roll in grass but today we found him and his right eye was swollen, he didn’t want attention, and his tail seemed a little droopy. We actually found the... show more
    About a month ago this thought to be stray cat started living in our garage, hes EXTREMLY friendly, not neutered and not declawed. He loves to eat and cuddle and roll in grass but today we found him and his right eye was swollen, he didn’t want attention, and his tail seemed a little droopy. We actually found the owners but it doesn’t look like the cat likes his home, the owner was sweet but her house was very unkept and messy and she seemed a little trashy (sorry...her whole house smelled like pot.) but at our house he has a big back yard, toys, a bed, and food and people who play with him. we aren’t sure how to fix his eye or if we should even give him back....advice?
    8 answers · Cats · 1 day ago
  • Sick kitty! what should i do?

    hello, i’m really worried about my cat and im not sure if i should be taking her to emergency vet tonight, which i can’t really afford, or if i should just monitor her and call a vet tomorrow. she is only 6 years old and generally seems quite healthy and is an indoor only cat besides sitting on our balcony. she is... show more
    hello, i’m really worried about my cat and im not sure if i should be taking her to emergency vet tonight, which i can’t really afford, or if i should just monitor her and call a vet tomorrow. she is only 6 years old and generally seems quite healthy and is an indoor only cat besides sitting on our balcony. she is on a wet food only diet. earlier today after she ate lunch she throw the entire serving up and has been hiding under my bed since. she has been laying under the bed a lot more often recently but i just thought it was to escape the heat. when i went to feed her dinner she would not come out and wouldnt come out for treats. i pulled her out after a bit to pet her but she ran right back. i just heard her puking again and it was only foamy liquid and as i was cleaning it i notice she had just had diarrhea in the litter box. then she went straight back under the bed. im super worried. i cant think of anything she may have ate accidentally. i dont know what to do
    6 answers · Cats · 1 day ago
  • How often should you wash a dog?

    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    29 answers · Dogs · 3 days ago
  • How do I tell my mom that we found her dog dead?

    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    6 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Is my ex partner entitled to his dog after leaving her with me for 3 years?

    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    16 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Why do vets always cost way more then planned?

    Everytime I take an animal to the vet for whatever kind of issue it costs way more than I thought it would. Last time my dog had a puffy swollen eye and it coated $200 for the exam, a florescent eye drop exam thing, antibiotics, and eyedrops which his eye ended up just being irritated so I'm not sure he even... show more
    Everytime I take an animal to the vet for whatever kind of issue it costs way more than I thought it would. Last time my dog had a puffy swollen eye and it coated $200 for the exam, a florescent eye drop exam thing, antibiotics, and eyedrops which his eye ended up just being irritated so I'm not sure he even needed all that. The vet never tells me how much things will be until the end of the appointment! I don't have a lot of money but I make sure my animals have what they need at least. Now my other dog just started showing possible signs of kennel cough although he has been vaccinated. I'm making him an appointment but I'm scared it's going to cost a ton. Is there a way to get the vet to be up front about prices without sounding like a penny pincher?
    14 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • How can I repel dogs out of my yard without repealing cats?

    We have cats that we have that live outside. We have had problems with dogs coming in our yard and killing our cats, they just recently took the life of one of our kittens. I just wanted to know if there was something inexpensive that can keep the dogs out of the yard but make sure our cats stay in the yard.
    We have cats that we have that live outside. We have had problems with dogs coming in our yard and killing our cats, they just recently took the life of one of our kittens. I just wanted to know if there was something inexpensive that can keep the dogs out of the yard but make sure our cats stay in the yard.
    9 answers · Dogs · 7 hours ago
  • Risk of dog inbreeding?

    Is there a risk that two puppies (from the same litter) can imbreed when they are older? Does the male puppy need to be neurtured?
    Is there a risk that two puppies (from the same litter) can imbreed when they are older? Does the male puppy need to be neurtured?
    11 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • What to do with feral/stray cats?

    I am moving into a house in a week and although I have five acres, we still have neighbors. They are not super close, but close enough to where I would not want to bother them. The current residence I am at has feral and stray cats roaming. I have befriended multiple and took two in as kittens. There are three... show more
    I am moving into a house in a week and although I have five acres, we still have neighbors. They are not super close, but close enough to where I would not want to bother them. The current residence I am at has feral and stray cats roaming. I have befriended multiple and took two in as kittens. There are three other adults who come in at night time to sleep here and eat. One of the cats had four kittens in my home. They are three months now and I did want to give them to a safe home, but the person who was going to take them backed out. I am still looking for someone to give them a good home, but until then they are in my care. So in total I have quite a few. I feel bad for these cats since many have been ran over and some have been harmed by other people here, so I can t imagine leaving the three other outdoor cats. All of my cats (besides the kittens) were born outside and grew up outside, so they enjoy it out there. I don t want to force them to become indoor cats and I would still like them to be outside at the new house, but while being safe from people and cars. Any ideas on what I can do? We wanted to build a barn, but that would have to wait a bit. We want to keep them on our land, which is not fenced in, so they don t disturb neighbors. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    8 answers · Cats · 14 hours ago
  • Dogs got into fight at the dog park. Should I try to take them back?

    I have a blue heeler lab mix (Mulan) who’s almost 3 years old. I’ve had her since she was 6 weeks. I have a German shepherd lab mix (Zeus) who is 1 year old. I’ve had him since 6 weeks as well both dogs get along fine. Mulan accepted Zeus well when I brought him into our home. Of course even though he’s bigger than... show more
    I have a blue heeler lab mix (Mulan) who’s almost 3 years old. I’ve had her since she was 6 weeks. I have a German shepherd lab mix (Zeus) who is 1 year old. I’ve had him since 6 weeks as well both dogs get along fine. Mulan accepted Zeus well when I brought him into our home. Of course even though he’s bigger than her she’s obviously the dominant one. I’ve taken Mulan to the dog park before and she’s very nervous meeting new dogs but she gets along with them fine. She did well at the dog park when I took her. So since Zeus is 1 year now I tried to take the both of them to the dog park together. I let Mulan in by herself first because Zeus was scared to go in. Mulan was interacting with another female of her size off leash. I brought Zeus in on the leash. But as soon as I was gonna take him off a fight broke out between Mulan and the other dog. Zeus being protective of Mulan jerked from me to go jump on the dog she was fighting with. There wasn’t any blood shed or serious bites just a lot of growing and tussling. But 2 other dogs came over to jump in the fight. I leash Mulan and tried to pull Zeus and Mulan out of the dog tussle. But they started fighting each other. I was so confused. So I just left the dog park. I would like to take them back but I don’t know what to do with them I don’t want that to happen again.
    11 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • My cats keep waking me up at night for food, and it's getting worse. Ignoring them isn't really an option. What do I do to stop them?

    As mentioned above, My cats thing that the middle of the night is a great time for breakfast. for a year or so now(they're young), waking us up around 4:30 was the norm. Lately, however, and for no real reason, they have started to wake us up earlier and earlier each day. First around 3, then 2, and most... show more
    As mentioned above, My cats thing that the middle of the night is a great time for breakfast. for a year or so now(they're young), waking us up around 4:30 was the norm. Lately, however, and for no real reason, they have started to wake us up earlier and earlier each day. First around 3, then 2, and most recently, 1. Again, ignoring them isn"t really an option. if we do, they start to destroy our bookshelf. If we lock them out of the bedroom, they shred the carpet instead. What do we do? Is there any way to stop this?
    10 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Two questions about puppies?

    Best answer: I’d continue to work with your pup with the leash. Just to get her used to it. She is very young and will learn with time. I have an 8 week old puppy who’s not used to a leash either. When they are so young like this they have such short attention spans and will take time to walk properly on a leash. As far as the... show more
    Best answer: I’d continue to work with your pup with the leash. Just to get her used to it. She is very young and will learn with time. I have an 8 week old puppy who’s not used to a leash either. When they are so young like this they have such short attention spans and will take time to walk properly on a leash. As far as the spray goes, my husband and I actually bought it and we’ve had less accidents. But I also take my puppy out to go potty every 1-2 hours. Even 2-3 hours is good. She’s so little and will learn this all with time :) good luck!
    20 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Were you aware that Churchill contemplated plans to merge Britain with France?

    Best answer: No. I've never brought into the wartime mythology about Churchill. I think if I were around in the late 30s/early 40s I would've supported Oswald Mosley as I don't think the war did any good for Britain in the long run and the establishment dragged us into it. One good thing Churchill did do was in the... show more
    Best answer: No. I've never brought into the wartime mythology about Churchill. I think if I were around in the late 30s/early 40s I would've supported Oswald Mosley as I don't think the war did any good for Britain in the long run and the establishment dragged us into it. One good thing Churchill did do was in the 1950s when he suggested the Tories adopt the campaign slogan "Keep England White". Perhaps they should've heeded his advice.
    9 answers · Horses · 1 day ago