Does anyone have suggestions about how to calm a puppy promptly after vigorous play? When my son runs around with the puppies and decides to stop playing they don't know when to stop and can often become to rough and nip at him.
December 21, 2008 | 16 | Just Curious
Since the birth of our twins 14 months ago, my husband and I have felt a bit guilty that we don't have as much time to spend with the pets. The pets were always our "furry children." Now, our time is limited and we do our best to walk the dogs while … more ›
I have an energetic beagle puppy who loves her daily walks but it sometimes gets to 10 or 20 below zero with additional wind chills. Any suggestions for what to do on those days when its too cold for anyone to go out? Especially since those days are… more ›
This is copied directly from Craigslist.com and it is so dumb I had to do it! Do they think the kid is not going to grow? Or maybe the kid is attached to the dogs ass and the tail just hits her constantly! What the heck is this about REALLY? Sounds l… more ›
My guinea pig likes to run around and I let him out of his cage to do this. Even though I try to let him out on a regular basis, I wonder if he gets enough exercise or is just simply very bored when I cannot let him out. I was wondering if he could u… more ›
my ferret flour is 5.5yrs old, she is a very active ferret, getting out to run around 2-3 times a day to play. lately she has no desire to come out and play. i have to wake her up and get her out and she wont play and just goes back to bed. she eats … more ›
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