I have a 6 month old Aussie/Coon hound cross that either urinates, deficates, or throws up when I'm gone. He potty trained very well when I brought him home. Usually when I am gone for hours at a time, I kennel him. Though, when I'm only gone for … more ›
Calvin is chewing on everything from the chair legs to electric cords and our clothes. I know that he is teething because he went to the vet last weekend and she said that his teeth were just coming in. Do they sell teething toys for cats like they d… more ›
My puppy who has just recently turned one has a slight problem when he gets out side he usually goes pee right away but then it takes him sometimes almost 15 min to go poop and i have to stand outside with them being that our yard isn't fenced in and… more ›
I have an 8 month old kitten and his breath smells awful. I have read that it could be caused by a number of things from teething to infections. How do I know that it is not from an infection and if it is from teething how long will it last? He doe… more ›
At what age do kittens become young adults? i adopted my kitten from a shelter 3 weeks ago. They told me he was 10-11 weeks old. Today i took him to a vet and by examining his teeth, they said he is 5 months old! The stupid shelter either lied… more ›
My new kitten has this habit of running over to wherever my older cat is eating and stick his face in and push her away. He doesn't necessarily want the food, he just seems to want to keep her from eating it. They get along otherwise, it's just this … 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 ›