Okay so Shasta still has hot spots but she needs a bath her fur is growing back but slowly I have two questions for you guys is it okay to use regular Shampoo on Shasta or should I use specail hot spot shampoo? Also how long will it take for Shasta's… more ›
I Want to know well I know that moths are attracted to kitty litter are spiders attracted to kitty litter too cause I was just scooping Shorty's litter box and a huge dark gray spider crawled out of it Shorty does like to play with spiders and then e… more ›
There is a trend here and I am not happy with my dad for it first when he had his rats two female rats a pure white one named Wild and a black and white one named Lucky I named both of them but he abonded them after having them for awhile then when h… more ›
Okay this time I want to know how to break a dog of gaurding things Shasta will gaurd her treats and dry food but she also will gaurd random things her leash her bed shoes anything left around her on the floor she growls and will bite if we try to ge… more ›
Okay so I tried to do a blog again but now it is saying I have to get this password from some website and put it in at the bottom of it to be able to enter a blog I don't like this does anyone know what is going on with the blogs?
Shasta is most likely our dog permanantly but there is a problem barking she will bark at the noises outside she is a country dog so she is not use to the city noises I have tried a spray bottle that doesn't work all I have found that works is saying… more ›
Okay so I wanted to post this blog really badly so I decided to post it through Ask a question I will ask one within this blog though, so Murphy was a male lab puppy that paws rehomed the rescue I volunteer with he and his 3 siblings were rescued by … 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 ›