I have a diabetic cat who is doing well on PZT insulin & Purina DM cat food. But I know he is getting pretty bored with the same flavor dry & meat all the time. Does anyone know of any other brand food out there for my cat? He wants what the … more ›
My 10 year old male JRT was neutered when he was 6 months old. However, he continues to masturbate at least twice daily. He goes into another room and hides until it's over. The problem is that sometimes he bites himself to such an extent that he ble… more ›
When our 1 year old lab mix gets angry with us, normally when we have to go out, even for a few minutes, she chews things up or tears up the trash. She has even gone onto the counters and stolen food. If my kids leave thier bedroom doors open, she wi… more ›
Feliway doesn't work on him. His spraying is not territorial as much as it is anger. He tends to do it when he wants our attention and we don't give it or we're away from home and not there when he wants us to be.
I have a male rabbit that has been by himself for a year and was in a cage to himself when I got him. I would like to get a full grown female rabbitt, But I am scared that they will fight or something. He has never been exposed to an… more ›
My himilayan hates when we switch things up in my house, like take down the Christmas tree, or even get a new bedspread. I didn't know if there was anything, other than not switching the furniture around, that we could do? Is there anything the vet c… 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 ›
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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 ›
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 ›