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June 12, 2009 | By Brielle m. | 11 | Need to know

on a blog it said it was dangerous to bath a bunny because it can get stressed out and possibly die! is the true? plz help! :*)

Brielle m.

June 12, 2009 | By ashley | 2 | Need to know

How can I cut my roosters spers downwithout freakin them out or anything. My rooster tanks spers are LONG and Im not puttin the hens back with him until there cut so he dont kill them. Can I file them or what should I use to cut them? I dont want to … more ›


June 8, 2009 | By Catluver19 | 9 | Need to know

My cat absolutely loves it when I bring him in the shower with me and I do it often. What I want/need to know is is it healthy to have the warm water running on him even when I have his ears coverd?

June 2, 2009 | By Kavykeeper | 5 | Need to know

My hair is ash blonde. By the end of the summer, it's REALLY hairdresser asked me where I had such natural looking highlights one time. :-) Does the same thing happen to animals when they are in the sun?


June 1, 2009 | By Hannah H. | 4 | Need to know

I don't think they are,but I'm not sure.I wouldn't ever use one on my horse,but I would like to know.

Hannah H.

May 26, 2009 | By cassidy g. | 2 | S.O.S.!

Im showing my pbgv next week and was just wondering if there were any good tips to help her hair become coarse

May 20, 2009 | 6 | Need to know

my moms cat Sammy is siamese and is about 7 years old...and he licks his fur in spots until they are raw and bleeding. He has a few spots that are licked raw. Why is this and what should my mom do?


May 18, 2009 | By erica m. | 3 | Need to know

I have a Bichon, and it seems like i have to constantly give him a bath. He is white and is very hard to keep his coat clean. What should i do?

erica m.

May 17, 2009 | By B P. | 2 | Just Curious

Rapid Bath is advertised online as a great product for bathing a dog. It massages as it washes,so dogs like to be bathed.

May 15, 2009 | By billiejo v. | 12 | S.O.S.!

thankyou to everyone that has responded i appreciate it i will save and go get the dogs teeth clean a few questions though some people talked about giving the dog prozyme wear do you get this and also some one mentioned mint is this a herb and do you… more ›

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May 13, 2009 | By Sandyrin | 8 | Just Curious

I am considering getting a dog groomed. Had many dogs, but always did them myself. So I have no clue on how to handle the situation.


May 9, 2009 | By Lisa B. | 4 | Just Curious

It is getting hot here and it is very expensive for air conditioning so we use a fan. I am concerned for the hamster. He doesn't seem to be loosing hair, but he does appear to be sweaty. Is that possible?

Lisa B.

May 7, 2009 | By LINDA421419 B. | 9 | Need to know

Barney just started shedding this past week-is there some way to control shedding>>

LINDA421419 B.

May 7, 2009 | By Alli | 5 | Just Curious

My puppy and one of my kittens gets really bad eye boogers. The kitten doesn't go outside but sits in the window and the puppy goes on walks all over the woods. I was wondering if this is because of pollen? Is there anyway I can make them not as bad?


May 7, 2009 | By Pfarren | 3 | S.O.S.!

We have great pyrenese with long thick coat. wondered if furminator would work on her


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