We have tried everything for ou Germaen sheperd and with no aval cant stop the hot spots we have tried the neosprioin and other stuffand cant find somethinf to stop her from chewing herself raw to the point of blood she is the one on the Left
I just adopted a 1 year old catahoula leopard mix. I was just wondering how much exercise these dogs need. I was told a 45 minute walk a day should be enough. I was wondering if there were an other opinions.
the previous owner of my hairless rat told me that my bebo would get sick. is this possible they seem fine so far. this was the first night together. bebo is hairless and emma is a fancy rat both female
We have a very loud and energetic son. (Not naughty...just full of life lol.) We would like to adopt a dog raher than buy a puppy. We know that a puppy adjusts easier to your lifestyle as it is all that they know. But is there a breed out there th… more ›
January 21, 2009 | 19 | Need to know
I was always told that animals have little to no memory. (yea right>) I disagree totally. I wonder if anyone has information on just how long ones pet can remember things. Be it a special toy that has been tucked away for 6 months, a cat ball that… more ›
Does anyone else have a dog that when smelling or hearing something could care less about food or toys? I could offer Fresco a steak to come to me, but if he found a smell or heard an interesting noise he could careless....sure he will come eventuall… more ›
I received a message from Z2 my product review video posted on 12th, Jan has been removed as it did not show use of the product in the video. From this I learned to include the product in use not just propped with the pet or a video of your pet with… more ›
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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 ›
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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 ›