So when we try to cut our dogs nails, all she does is BITE and try to get away. The first time we cut her nails, we praised her and gave her little treats throughout the whole ordeal. She did great. However, the 2nd time around, she bit me in the fac… more ›
What are the "I cant because" excuses you hear when you offer your spay/neuter services to the people that bring you litters,and HOW do you over come that objection? I think this is a topic we all can learn from.
I've been searching for a reasonably priced EXOTIC SHORTHAIR KITTEN for over a year and a half now, and there are so few breeders in the united states that you're almost forced to be put on a lengthy reservation list.... Also, if anyone knows of any… more ›
I have a 6 1/2 m.o. AMERICAN bulldog (Kobe Chief), and my brother has a 7 month old ENGLISH bulldog (Bubba Moonshine)... Mostly this training is needed for MY dog (the American Bulldog- Kobe) He is so muscular now that … more ›
Hi everyone, I got Zoe in Pennsylvania and I took her to a vet there that I trust with all of my animals. But now we're in NYC and it is time for her to be fixed. Can anyone reccommend a good vet in the Manhattan or Queens area that wo… more ›
i concider my family horders and what not but the good kind. we have 20 cats and2 dogs but all of our animals have all there shots and all are fixed. gets fed very well we have plenty of litter boxes and they get cleaned 3 to 4 times a day. they have… more ›
Hi Fellow ZooTooers, I would so much appreciate learning from my new-found Friends within the ZooToo community just how they interact with their own affiliated Shelters & Rescue organisations, especially examples of their personal involvem… more ›
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Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›