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March 12, 2008 | By Matt V. | 3 | Need to know

One minute my cat is the nicest guy ever, and the next he's biting me or clawing - what gives? All I do is pet him and it seems to set him off from time to time. Is he playing?

Matt V.

March 12, 2008 | By C G. | 1 | Need to know

My fish tank had 18 fishes last summer - one day I felt pity for a leftover (feeding fish)Guppy and put it in my tank. Believe it or not, that little guy killed ALL my 18 fishes - I tried Fin repair medication, changing cycle with fresh water - nothi… more ›

March 12, 2008 | By Auntie Carole S. | 6 | Just Curious

I have one cat who I can do anything with and he'll let me put the pill in his mouth and message his throat to make it go down easy, but my other cat begins to hiss and wriggle and scratch at me the minute I even approach her mouth with medication. … more ›

March 12, 2008 | By Matt V. | 4 | Just Curious

It only happens when he's happy - he'll be purring really loudly, and I'll be petting him or something. Anyway, all of a sudden I'm covered in cat drool. The good thing is that it's not thick, like with a dog, but honestly it gets eve… more ›

Matt V.

March 12, 2008 | By Theresa | 1 | Need to know

I have an orphan foal that we raised on a bucket. His mother never produced milk beyond the colostrum. So we had to bucket rear him. Every time we have him out or go in his stall he wants to suck on us. He is not interested in biting, he is truly suc… more ›

March 12, 2008 | By Richard t. | 4 | Just Curious

has anybody's dog tried the Petzel dog treats and if so are they any good??

Richard t.

March 12, 2008 | By Robin P. | 2 | Just Curious

How can you help a shelter? You don't have to be there everyday, all day. Maybe one or two hours a few days a week or even one or two hours a week. You don't have to go there at can do things at home. If you sew or crochet you can make … more ›

March 11, 2008 | By David O. | 3 | Just Curious

Whenever one of us is home, Daisy will howl and run up the stairs whenever she thinks the other one is coming home. There's a certain amount of separation anxiety there, but what have some of you done to break your dogs attention from waking the neig… more ›

David O.

March 11, 2008 | By Emo | 5 | Just Curious

We have an australian shepherd and we're always looking for new ways to get her to show her major smarts - what is the best way you have found to engage smart dogs during "structured play" - I'm looking for something more challenging than just 'Fetch… more ›

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