We have a "Furry Babies, Inc" in our area & are rallying against them. Most people believe they are purchasing from puppymills. I now believe so as well. We shut down their facebook page & are trying to do the same same with another one that'… more ›
I've usually worked on Christmas Eve so we've rarely ever had big plans for that day. I no longer have to work on it and am trying to think of something fun to do with my family. I'd love to get some suggestions and hear what you do on that day.
A real estate lady called me when she found a dog in a forclosed home and I have had Dunkin form that day on. I want to get a DNA test for hm but dont have the money right now. I was wondering what you think. I think he could be boxer sheperd, bo… more ›
I want small dog. Relatively younger as I have children. I always tell them we will get one but could never afford $200 dollars just to buy one. So I would like to adopt one. My older daughter really wanst one and I miss having dogs as I have had som… more ›
Me and a friend are having a disagreement about which bedding is safest for our little guys(well in my case girl!) I use Carefresh for mine and have never had any problems, she uses Aspen and it seems he's always sneezing! But, she insists the pet st… more ›
November 30, 2009 | 6 | Just Curious
I want to purchase a hamster for a friend but I don't want to get it from the wrong place. There are Petsmarts, Petcos, and small family owned stores around me. Should I get the hamster from the large chain store or from the smaller family store. I d… more ›
Shorty likes to go outside so I thought I would leash train him the only problem is if I take him outside he panics but if he comes outside of his own free will he is just fine. So I was wondering how do I start this process?
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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 ›
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 ›