My grandparents have a humongus rat living in their backyard they found it eating their tomatoes so they are scared to let their miniture poodle Cricket go up in to the grass in the dark at night before they go to bed, it's not a nuteruia it's not a … more ›
I get alot of flys and gnats in my house in the summer time and I don't like to kill any of them but there are too many to try and catch and put back outside I have always used the fly tape to get rid of them but I don't think it is very humane to us… more ›
Do your pets get halloween candy hint hint milk bones, catnip ex.... and do you dress them up for halloween? I Wish I could dress Skitters up but she would let me dress her up but she would tear up the costume, I know there are kitt… more ›
Have read several articles on the Zoo regarding giving our feline pets steroid shots. My friend is confronted with this issue at the moment and is very concerned as to the shots causing liver damage. She is trying to spac… more ›
I have a 5 year old catahoula mix. She goes completely crazy in car rides, she wines, barks tries to jump through the windows at bridges, signs, passing vehicles, etc. I've tried giving her benadryl, some calming treats i bought at petsmart, baby asp… more ›
I'm still alittle confused. Does 'Zootoo' offer products to review that companies have supplied free? I remember getting a sample of 'Newmans Own' cat food to try on my cat Nikey. Then I took a pic of her eating the food and sent it in. Do … more ›
It seems like Sport got a mat of hair on his tail over night. Should i cut the mat of hair out, or continue to de-mat it with my slicker brush each day while it grows out? He is a Bichon Frise, they have a curly tail structure.
Tags: bichon frise, sport, grooming, slicker brush, mat, De-matting
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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 ›