April 26, 2010 | 2 | Just Curious
I walk Samson around areas with hot pavement quite regularly and I try to avoid it, but we're out and about everywhere so it's hard to totally steer clear. I am considering getting "dog boots" so that his pads will be totally protected from the pavem… more ›
so we're looking into buying a Roomba with our credit card rewards points. my question: which one would be best? there are a couple of "Pet Series" ones out there. the 532 is the basic one and the 562 has on-board sche… more ›
What do you use for spectrum lamps/lighting for your birds cage? We've had a fluorescent tube lamp hanging on the wall but the bulbs keep flickering and dying out and we're looking for a new idea for a lamp. Any suggestions? Also most lamps don't co… more ›
I wanted to know where I could get a comfort harness for cheap cause I think Skitters would be better off with a comfort harness better than a leash cause she has had a colapsing treakia her entire life and I did not know that there was a such thing … more ›
So many products for dogs are being called 'human-grade'-- if it's good enough for your dog, is it good enough for you? www.moderndogmagazine.com/articles/human-grade-dog-products/205
The Bark Off is a product that I heard about on tv. it is just a remote that is spose to make a humane sound when your dog is barking and you press a button on it. It is not spose to hurt your dog's ears at all. and nothing goes on the collar. So doe… more ›
I have a 37-gallon tank with 10 fish, all of which seem very satisfied with the amount of room they have and their niche in the aquarium. However, there are some that are expected to live several years and grow significantly in that time.
Tags: fish, tank, aquarium, size, gallons, pleco, gourami, danio, african, butterflyfish, black, ghost, knifefish, raphael, catfish, care, supplies, room, water, large, advice
Does anyone here own the kitty emery board scratcher product..?? I was wondering if it's really a good buy for cat owners.. I've got two kitties.. The older one isn't too bad, but the younger one is especially stubborn and difficult when it comes to … more ›
My friend is building a coroplast cage for her two guinea pigs. I would like any suggestions or recommendations from anyone who has built one. I've heard that there is a recommended grid type to use. How deep should the sides be? How do you cut an… more ›
i have a betta and i'm keeping him in a 3 gallon glass vase without filtration and aeration. i have decided to put sand as substrate and i bought something labeled "Zen Sand" from the hardware. they're bigger than regular sand and smaller than… more ›
Tags: betta, sand, tank
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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 ›