My dog routinely gathers up his soft stuff animal toys and puts them in his water and food dishes. This is the same dog that destroys any "indestructable" toy I have bought him over the years. What does your pet do?
We bring our new pets home, make sure the water is fresh, their diet is good, sneak a few treats in, take them out for exercise, pick up their droppings, bathe them, buy them toys, pet - kiss - love them - take care of them when they are sick - pay $… more ›
My chihuahua takes all the toys away from my min pin. ONLY it the pin really wants the toy will she fight for it. She just passively walks away. How can I get Penny to play with a ball? Chica takes all of them. I f I take it away Chica will sit and t… more ›
My dog is recently adopted and doesn't know how to fetch a ball or play with a toy rope. I was wondering what I can do to get him to understand he can play with these toys. What can I do since he doesn't know how?
March 9, 2009 | 3 | Just Curious
My puppy is usually well-tempered and does not bark unless provoked. Recently, he has started to bark everytime we go to a playdate. He will be fine at first, but if the other dog(s) do not play with him or do not give him attention he will begin to … more ›
I am fostering a cat who is visually impaired, he has 80-90% loss of vision. He seems like he is less active than the other cats, but does play with toys occasionally and plays on the cat tree. Do you know of any toys, etc...that would be stimulating… more ›
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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 ›
Answer by Momba
A: Maybe you could experiment with a harness when the cats are eating, and if Simon shows aggression toward Stacy, pull him back. Maybe he'll … more ›