I take my guinea pig out for a walk but i had to pull on her leash because she was going to go under my step,Witch has a big hole...So does that hurt them if you have to pull back on there leach??? Im new at this whole guinea pig thing lol so … more ›
My guinea pig,her name is cookie,She will NOT drink from a bowl,or even the things you buy at stores that they tap and water comes out....The only way she will drink is if i put water in a medican dropper and hold her and then pour out some water..Bu… more ›
Are your pets afraid of the vacuum cleaner? Or do they like it? My dogs LOVE it. They follow me around the ENTIRE time I vacuum and they think it's great fun. My rabbit isn't afraid of it either, which really surprises me.
My guinea Pig is names Cookie and its a girl,I read online about Training them...But it said that you have to let them get use to you....And i have only had mine for 3 days..Shes really nice but "Sometimes" jumpy when anyone besides me goes to pet or… more ›
I'm not asking about known/documented cases of physical abuse, but about cats (or dogs) whose history was not known and the shelter staff gave no indication that abuse was suspected. Soon after I adopted Chetzer, I realized that he wou… more ›
I have had four animals (three cats, one dog) in my life who have known how to open doors, two of which hated having any door shut so they make sure they are all open. Tap even figured out the method for turning door knobs (we have handles on most o… more ›
Ok is it me or does it take forever to get a photo on zootoo? I have put many pics on this site and never had a problem. Now tonight I have been waiting for over 1/2 hour and it still says to be patient, it is uploading. Is it because so many peop… more ›
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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 ›