I am moving several states away, by car, and my tabby is horrendous while driving or even in a carrier in general. She screams, pees, poops, you name it. Someone suggested sedating her for the trip, and I was wondering if anyone else had tried it, … more ›
I will be moving in December and I want to take my hamsters with me on the plane.I may be transfering flights because I live in Alaska and I will be going to Oklahoma, so it will be a long flight.WHat kinds of things do I need to have them fly also?B… more ›
as fate would have it, I will be heading back east to Ohio (from nevada) on the 20th of this month. If you look at my 'zoo' page you will see who is making the trip with me. They will ALL come back with me! my problem is with King...he is terr… more ›
So I'm looking for a career involving animals and traveling. My true passion would to become a conservationist and travel to certain parts of the world to educate other countries on the matters of endangered species, but that would take some great de… more ›
Giving her treats during or before the ride DOESN"T WORK, because she will just throw them up. We already don't give her food and water when we're taking her in a car. By the way, she can't be in a carrier when in the car, she rides in a seat.
I'm going to go to England in two years but I don't know what to do with my dog. I'm sure I can't take him with me. I'll be there for one month. I don't really trust my family to take care of him and I don't have any friends that would want to take h… more ›
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Answer by Debra B.
A: I will try to send you a z2 private message and see what happens. I don't log onto this site very often anymore, maybe once a week, dependi… more ›
Answer by Ches21
A: All you can do is to tell everyone not to buy it you shouldn't buy food with corn or wheat in it cause most animals are allergic to it and … more ›
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 ›