Ches21's Questions & Answers

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December 27, 2012 | 1 | S.O.S.!

well little lily is a shih-poo and she is just over six months old.........shes been fine up until 2 weeks ago when out of nowhere she snarled and snapped a me very aggressively for no reason at all, it has happened more and more since. I have treate… more ›

Tags: shih poo

October 29, 2012 | By Cfender7 | 2 | S.O.S.!

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 ›

September 21, 2012 | By 2littleones | 2 | Just Curious

Is that considered surgery?

September 18, 2012 | By Chelsie1030 | 2 | Need to know

i have rescued a cat that was pregnant and whiskers of hope was coming to get her on friday but in the meantime she gave birth . she is in a cage where i am taking care of her until they can take her and the kittens to a foster home my question is … more ›

April 18, 2012 | By Pattyv | 5 | Need to know

How do we get her to stop. When we are home she is fine. We take her out and she pees immediately. When we go to work we crate her and when I come home at lunch I see she had an accident. She want to drink as soon as I let her out and then she does n… more ›

January 5, 2012 | By Stephenjoy | 1 | Pet-specific

Dog Kennels are useful during the dog period not only to teach the dog where to soil, but also to prevent him or her from chewing off your equipment upholstery, beat your essence over, and, basically, run madly around the house. Because dogs generall… more ›

Tags: Dog Kennels

October 11, 2011 | By Poppy W. | 2 | Pet-specific

My cat Fathom is 2, and he already knows how to use the litterbox, but I frequently see him with a wet spot around his....private areas. We have considered diapers, but that seems unnecessary. When we lie down for bed, I notice a little wet spot wher… more ›

Tags: russian blue, phantom, turkish angora

Poppy W.

August 7, 2011 | By Dabs | 3 | Need to know

Every toy I have bought Arby that is supposed to be tough and durable does not last - the longest one has lasted is 3 days - am worried that he might get sick from ingesting any thing from the toy He also manages to get zippers off of the dog… more ›

January 18, 2011 | By Rhubarb77 | 1 | Need to know

How can I protect my wood floors from our new puppy? Is it ok to put baby booties on puppy paws?

February 6, 2010 | By Keyla | 7 | Need to know

They both are German Shepard

September 18, 2009 | By Mswildn1d4 | 3 | Pet-specific

I have a 5 month old female yorkie. I am still trying to housetrain her but she still has mistakes during the day if I am not watching her. I take her out after she eats, sleeps or plays and she goes to potty and I give her a treat. I let her run … more ›

Tags: ziva, yorkshire terrier

August 30, 2009 | By Sophie | 5 | Need to know

I wanted another dog, but i'm having the delema on what i need to worry about. can someone help me?

Sophie

August 28, 2009 | By BrittanyA | 8 | S.O.S.!

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BrittanyA

July 22, 2009 | By Daryn J. | 6 | Need to know

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 ›

Daryn J.

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