Health & Wellness
I really want to post some of Wiggles Blue Heeler's several 29-second videos here, like we have posted at Youtube.com (5) and Petplace.com (1), but can't seem to get them to upload completely. Help, please, techies!
I had been fostering a favorite shelter dog of mine about three weeks ago. She was old and having many health problems. After a short time, it was plain to see that it was time to let go of Sheba, having lost control of her bowls, etc. I loved tha… more ›
I adopted two young potbellied pigs & I haven't found a water container that they won't turn over. They need a container that is short enough that they can drink from it, yet tall enough that they won't climb in & wallow around in it. It al… more ›
My 6 yo Paint gelding was diagnosed with moon-blindness and tested positive for leptospirosis. He started acting spooky, jittery, etc., which was a big change for him. Had the vet check his eyes and drew blood, and he is positive on both. He is doing… more ›
My fish tank had 18 fishes last summer - one day I felt pity for a leftover (feeding fish)Guppy and put it in my tank. Believe it or not, that little guy killed ALL my 18 fishes - I tried Fin repair medication, changing cycle with fresh water - nothi… more ›
I have one cat who I can do anything with and he'll let me put the pill in his mouth and message his throat to make it go down easy, but my other cat begins to hiss and wriggle and scratch at me the minute I even approach her mouth with medication. … more ›
It only happens when he's happy - he'll be purring really loudly, and I'll be petting him or something. Anyway, all of a sudden I'm covered in cat drool. The good thing is that it's not thick, like with a dog, but honestly it gets eve… 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 ›