How many pets do you think someone has to have before it gets out of hand? Do you think their is a limit? What's your max number of pets you think someone can have without it causing harm for the pets or the owners? Dogs, cats, birds, rats, snakes, w… more ›
i know that chocolate is toxic to dogs but some people say their dogs have eaten chocolate and nothing has happened. does chocolate affect only certain dogs. i am so curious about this tell me how this works and what is in it that is so bad???????
The Dubuque Regional Humane Society in dubuque, Iowa has a "mall center" at the local mall that we rent as an off site adoption center (pet store) where we sell (adopt) pets and also sell donated retail items. Is anyone else doing this?
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 ›
There are many people listed in my town that have no Zoo points at all and a few that might just have 100. What's the point of them signing up if they are not participating or are they part of some spamming to get points for a shelter that might be … 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 ›
I have three cats. One was a stray, so he goes in and out no problem. I also have two ex-kittens, who are about 9 months old now. Recently, the male has become very rambunctious and destructive, and is always trying to get out the door, under the do… 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 ›
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 ›