Cricket is my grandma's minature poodle she is 8 years old and is rescued before she was with my grandma she was left locked in a room with no one around with lots of flies and although she lived with her sister Angel who she got along with and two c… more ›
My little Shih Tzu loves these (cat) balls. They are soft and are the perfect size for her little mouth plus...they make noise. I used to purchase them at Walmart, however, they have not had them in the stores for quite some time.
we got my horse 6 years ago but the only person she trusts is me if my dad comes over even if i'm holding her she bolts. see she used to be roped to be caught so i'm the only one that she will let catch her in the feild. but she is perfect for me onc… more ›
What do people think of the balls that you can buy for the hamster to run around the room in? Are they fun for the hamster or are they just moving along as they're trying to get out? Many thanks for your views.
Tags: hamster, hamster ball, exercise toys
I am thinking about putting my chihuahua in doggy day care as i am expecting work longer days and i was wondering has anyone tried it. I have found this one i really like so she might be going there. What are the pros and cons about taking her their.… more ›
I've seen them for sale at booths at local events, but I dont know what they're called. They are long (about 6') rope toys that hang from a tree. They usually have a rawhide, rope, ball or other toy worked into them. They are for those dogs that play… more ›
Sasha loves toys. but she also loves to destroy them! I got her a kong.. She destroyed it after she ate all the panutbutter lol. Saturday I got her a kong wubba toy. It has like fur over the kong. It was $15 suposed to be very durable!! Well it laste… more ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
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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 ›