Food & Diet
Our Yorkie normally eats kibbles mixed with a little wet dog food, but now wants only what we're eating (thanks to my husdand!). She will now eat her kibbles only if we mix green beans or whatever we're eating with it. I am not sure what people food… more ›
You want your pets to be Happy and Healthy why do you not feed them organic food like Flint River Ranch? I have had all of mine on FRR food for over 3 years. I have been to the Vets less, they are not hungry all the time. Their poop is small and don'… more ›
I recently discovered the appalling truth of many commercial dog foods available at most supermarkets. I had no idea many companies actually used euthanized pets from shelters in the dog food. That alone makes me sick. I've also tried to further ed… more ›
I would love to feed my dogs Eukanuba and we did for a little while but our budget can't affored $40 every two weeks for dog and $20 a month for cat. I feed my labs Pedigree Adult Small Bites. Is this ok????
I feed them PurinaOne right know, they love it.. but is it really good for them? What's the best dog food out there? I don't care about the price unless I can't afford it.. I have a Siberian Husky and a Toy poodle, they … more ›
My 6 mo. old cocklier recently don't have appetite, everynight I feed her dryfood wix with some apple, but she only eat the apple and little bit dry food. the next day that dry food still there, at night I still feed her apple and add little more dry… more ›
My 2 year jack russell/pit mix has been having loose stools. I had to take him to the vet last month because his anal glands were infected due to being impacted. So now I'm trying to get his stool back to normal so his anal glands will empty themselv… more ›
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Answer by Momba
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Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›