Abby seems to enjoy cat toys but only the ones that are stuffed and have catnip in them she doesn't tear them apart she just throws them around or plays fetch with them I wanted to know is this a bad thing could she get sick from the catnip if she w… more ›
Eddie has returned I can't figure out why but Eddie is back I know it is him he is still real small and he is bigger but smaller than the momma possum I have seen around he also had a patch of fur shaped like the letter w missing he is still very sma… more ›
November 14, 2012 | 1 | S.O.S.!
for bad cat that bites everybody hands when being petted and bitting feet as well. I try spraying with water, saying no, ignoring him not working i been doing this for tree weeks already please tell me there something i can but to help me.
I looked in a book the other day that I have there is are several pictures of a breed of dog that is an older breed that if you see anymore you are lucky or maybe it is just a rare breed of dog but they are called British Cocker Spaniels they look al… more ›
Hi all, I'm wondering if any of you like me doesn't like to use the potent all chemical type flea & tick killers like Frontline or Advantage. Have any of you found a good all natural alternative that works well? We have two English Bulldog… more ›
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Abby is a cocker spaniel we keep her fur clipped short at least right now we may let it grow out in the winter Abby gets a bath every week and with the rain here now sometimes needs to at least be rinsed off after coming in from the rain and the mud … more ›
My dog has eaten many birds lately and we think it might be that. She also has had 2 litters before and I don't know if they are too little or she just doesn't wanna take care of them anymore. I wanna take them inside but I don't know of its a good i… more ›
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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 ›
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A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›