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 ›
my horse won't do flying lead changes and just bucks when I ask for one, is he just being a butthead or could there be something wrong? the vet says hes perfectly sound and that there /shouldn't/ be any reason for him to buck. So I think he just has … more ›
Is there a daily breakdown by user and categories of points earned (photos uploaded, journal entries, etc.)other than the totals on the home page? Do the managers for each shelter get updates on how many points each affiliate is earnin…
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Answer by Momba
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 ›
Answer by Momba
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 ›