My new puppy is going on 4 months. I have had her a little over a month. Sometimes she will go down the back deck to the yard to pee and poo on her own. But there are times that she will just squat and pee on the deck if I don't watch her or actually… more ›
My cat fell from the 3rd floor stair balcony when he was 2 months old. He ended up with spinal damage and he can get around on all fours but he does fall over a lot. He has immense trouble now with the litter box...he doesn't use the regular litter … more ›
1 male 1 female both fixed 1 1/2 years old have chips installed in them, comes with papers.litter mates looking for the same loving home. owner is moving and cant take them with. the photo below is from when they were welped. i still have to get a mo… more ›
i wouldn't care but the dog needs to be a female prefferably and must be in the toy chihuahua group! I know it sounds like i am picky but i'm not. it's just that my dad said i can only get a small dog. :( any way highest price $30. San Jose area only… more ›
My guinea pig, Oreo is a show guinea pig. He is a Coronet and he has to be groomed since he has long hair. I take pride in taking the best care of my guinea pigs as possible, and I really find grooming time a little stressful. He always gets SO up… more ›
Well As you know i have 4 guineapigs. mousey and teddybear are put into a cage together,shyshew in his cage,and patches in his cage. the thing is, i want one less cage to clean. and also i let my guineapigs run around the house when im able to watch… more ›
Tico disappeared last night during the fireworks. He's a black and tan chi-chi with a maroon collar. He should be somewhere in the Merrywood area of Folsom. Please contact me if you've seen him! WE FOUND HIM! THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS!
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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 ›