November 12, 2008 | 10 | Just Curious
my cat and dog so not get along so well. my cat usde to sit in the living room with the family but since i have rescued a dog the dog makes it difficult for the cat to come into the living room space..any suggestions?
Ever since I was a little gril I have wanted a big black horse with feathers on his feet that followed me very where I went. Now I just want a horse that needs me. Standardbreds stick out to me as the most under rated breed. And since working with so… more ›
Every night it's the same thing: Otis sidles up next to me, hunkers down on his front paws at the edge of the bed, sticks his butt in the air (sort looks like he's getting ready to jump off), and looks at me as if to say, "Well, it's not gonna spank … more ›
I recently got a guinea pig (he's my first one). He used to love all the fruits and veggies rich in Vitamin C that I gave him. Now, he doesn't even want to get near anything I give him EXCEPT hay grass and fresh grass. Other than that, he won't eat a… more ›
Maybe I didn't make it clear in my original question which was as follows: "My Cat, Oliver was put on Science Diet S/D today for a UTI and crystals, and i CAN'T get him to eat it. He is used to eating dry cat food and doesn't seem to want anyt… more ›
Unfortunately, my cat is among the one third of cats who don't respond to catnip. I want to give her something similar though, for the fun of it. I know honeysuckle won't work because it has the same active ingredient as catnip - nepetalactone - whic… more ›
I asked a question about whether Lysol is safe for pets, saying I stopped using it years ago when I heard it was toxic to pets. But I know that a vet clinic is using it. My question is, not what should I use, but is Lysol safe?
I have four Italian greyhounds. They are all neutered males and there is not a female in the home that hasn't been spayed. I have tried a number of things, but of course with busy schedules and moody greyhounds, I haven't been very successful. If any… 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 ›