Has any one gotten pix done of there animal Family? Any suggestions of where to go or how to maybe even do it at home. I need to start filling my living room and bedroom walls with more pictures of my family.. so this is something I'm VERY interested… more ›
Does anyone know of an inexpensive boarding facility in the Richmond, VA area? I will moving to Virginia in June and staying with my brother while I finalize job and housing arrangements. I am thinking I may have to board my dog for up to 2 weeks and… more ›
How was your experience? Did u like it? We go there every sunday. I feel bad that them horses just get rented out rode an then back into the big pen. But there horses r great an other then that i like it. I just wish the rented horses were treated li… more ›
Me and my family live in a 3 bedroom apartment and we have 10 cats that we have rescued from the streets.They all are females ages from 4 to 5 months to 3 years old.But my husband just lost his job and we are running out of ways to support them. Can'… more ›
Did you know that if you use www.goodsearch.com as your search engine that you can type in (only need to type in once) the name of your local shelter that they will earn money? (Provided they are participating). Come on, whatcha waitin' for? F… more ›
well so far i've had my pet for exactly 1 year 8 months and 3 days and i love him to pieces but i can't afford him as far apartments ect.anymore and i work so much he is ot getting the attention he needs and it is just so hard to give him to someone … 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 ›