what type of seed is best for growing "cat grass"? by "best", i mean 1) that cats really like it, 2) that it grows easily and well, and 3) easiest to digest / least puking potential. i've heard of using a variety of different types, including wheat… more ›
I have discovered recently if I give my cat Shorty his dinner before 7:00pm it makes him sick but I can't figure out why that is he is fine if he eats dinner at 7:00pm or after 7:00 though. Why is this does anyone know and should I be worried about S… more ›
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I visit a guinea pig forum where issues with other breeds come up occasionally and one of today's topics was about cat nutrition. There seemed to be a general agreement that the best diet for cats is (in this order of best option) 1) a balanced raw … more ›
this isn't really a question of what raccoons *will* eat. i know they'll eat just about anything. my question is regarding preference. our neighborhood kitty feeding station in our back yard also attracts raccoons. i don't mind the … more ›
On weekends my husband walks Baby for 2-3 miles daily and I was curious if you think that I should increase her food on those days? I know that I should check with the vet, but I want to know what you think as well. Thanks.
My rabbit likes to run around on my lani and today i saw her sneak a bit of the low hanging fern plant. i moved her before she could really get a lot but just wondering, could the plant be harmful if she injested some? Ive had my rabbit for a year n… more ›
What kind of food and treats are the best? She walks with me all the time but thats just not cuttin it & she is also a hunter when she goes outside but I dont totally want to cut her off from that. Please help I need to know. Thanx.
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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 ›
Answer by Anonymous
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 ›