August 15, 2009 | 3 | Just Curious
I need to get new pictures of my shepherd and of my pit. I would like to get one of them together but they wrestle and play and will never sit still long enough for me to snap a shot. any ideas on how to keep them still of the fraction of a second it… more ›
I would like to know how, where or when you can purchase butterfly eggs to raise in an aquarium and release in your garden? Does anyone have any good information on this? This is probably a bad time of year but I don't know if it's spring or what s… more ›
What are you still willing to spend on your pets? Do you or have you bought premium and holistic foods, treats, toys? Will you still by boutique items if you were buying them before? (clothes, hair bows,etc..) I have 4 dogs and yes things are tough … more ›
the elephant actually paints an elephant! copy & paste: wimp.com/elephantpaints/ my mom sent me this in utter amazement. my theory is the elephant painted something they've seen drawn already...the addition of flower… more ›
I'm planning on going to the speedway to see a modified race and I'm totally confused about the seating situation. I don't get whether you have to reserve seats or what and wheres the best places to sit? If any one can give me a insight on the track … more ›
Nominate your veterinarian for the third annual "Thank Your Vet for a Healthy Pet" contest conducted by Morris Animal Foundation (MAF). The national short-essay contest honors America's veterinarians for their dedication to helping an… more ›
The Barbershop guys from NPR's Tell Me More make an interesting arguement (www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=106968834) but what do you guys think?
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