Behavior & Training
Shorty is starting to feel better now but there is a new problem that has emerged with his new found health. Shorty has been picking on Teddy and being really mean to her plus now when I pet him if I stop petting him or pay no attention to him at all… more ›
Tags: teddy rescue, shorty, care & safety, health & wellness, behavior & training, adoption & rescue
My dog remy as been whining and barking nonstop lately!!!! he has been giving me a headache and he is affecting my other dog and my poor cat!!! I have tried snapping my fingers and shushing him, touching him and saying quiet, a stun collar set to the… more ›
Tags: remy, bichon frise
Teddy is my 18 year old tordisshell cat Teddy recently decided to get very aggressive when I make my bed. If Teddy is on my bed and I try and move her now she hisses and growls at me for moving her and even swipes her paws at me. She always growled w… more ›
Tags: teddy rescue, tortoise shell, care & safety, adoption & rescue, behavior & training, health & wellness, strange but true
My dog keeps getting into the trash, so I had the idea of placing a scent in the bottom of my trashcan that is unpleasant to him, but that won't upset my nose, or that of my roommates.
Tags: trash, train, scents
I understand a great deal about cats but the one thing that has never made sense to me is my cat, Luna's need to be petted the second she approaches her food bowl. She will sit in the kitchen and meow for someone to pet her (normally me) and will no… more ›
Tags: behavior, meal time, cat, luna
My dogs Piggie and Remy have to come with me to work. But they won't stop barking. Ususally, they are in my office, but whenever they aren't, they bark at everything in sight!!!
Tags: remy, bichon frise, toy poodle, piglet, english bulldog
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Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›