I've seen them for sale at booths at local events, but I dont know what they're called. They are long (about 6') rope toys that hang from a tree. They usually have a rawhide, rope, ball or other toy worked into them. They are for those dogs that play… more ›
as my personal situation deals specifically with cats, this question is primarily aimed at folks with cats, though dog owners may also have some insight. for Christmas i bought our cats some oversize furry mice. these things were *big… more ›
For christmas I wanted to get Shorty and Teddy some catnip mice but I want the ones that are made out of rope for them and I use to see the toys everywhere but now I can't find them anywhere. Does anyone know where I can find them?
My dog, Ginger, is approx. 1 1/2 yr old. I've had her for almost a year and I've been trying to get her to play with toys. She'll run after a tennis or soccer ball but then when she smells it she'll leave it alone and be on her way. I found out th… more ›
I spent the better part of a Saturday night sewing up ripped dog toys knowing full well that they are only going to be destroyed again. I really hate sewing, but I do it for my guys. So what silly/stupid things are you willing to do for your babies… more ›
Unfortunately, my cat is among the one third of cats who don't respond to catnip. I want to give her something similar though, for the fun of it. I know honeysuckle won't work because it has the same active ingredient as catnip - nepetalactone - whic… more ›
I know that my dog has a history of physical abuse. It took 2 weeks for her to learn how to walk with us. She's acting pretty much normal now, but she won't play. She won't chase a ball, chew on a toy, or anything! She's only 8 months old, so… more ›
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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 ›
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A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›