Almost every indoor cat we've ever had has known we were leaving on a trip even before the luggage came out. They suddenly weren't all that sleepy and followed me into the bedroom each time. When the luggage came out they tried to take possesion but … more ›
My cat Obsidian licks her belly and back paws bald. This is called allopescia sp? I've tried to distract her, but very little works. Lately, I have put hydrocortisone spray on her belly and changed her food, thinking it might be a food allergy. I am … more ›
I ran into a woman that was searching for an answer as to why her young cat might be licking bedding and at night licks her hair, she stated that it was extreme, has anyone ever experienced this and if so why was it happening?
I just recently adopted a dog that has heartworms. I have talked to several people who have said don't do the treatment just keep him on preventative and the heartworms will go away in time. I have not consulted my vet about this but would like to … more ›
I need to know. My cat Pippit is the first and only cat I have ever owned that is ABSOLUTELY amuzed and amazed and crazy about her litter box. She will sit right next to me when I empty it and while I am washing it out she will sit right in it's de… more ›
My cat was homeless drinking from a pool when we found him and welcomed him into our home. Upon having him neutered at the vet we were informed his age was 1-1/2yrs old. He is now 2, still wants to go outside, we've given him melatonin with his trea… more ›
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Answer by Debra B.
A: I will try to send you a z2 private message and see what happens. I don't log onto this site very often anymore, maybe once a week, dependi… more ›
Answer by Ches21
A: All you can do is to tell everyone not to buy it you shouldn't buy food with corn or wheat in it cause most animals are allergic to it and … more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›