Abby seems to enjoy cat toys but only the ones that are stuffed and have catnip in them she doesn't tear them apart she just throws them around or plays fetch with them I wanted to know is this a bad thing could she get sick from the catnip if she w… more ›
Eddie has returned I can't figure out why but Eddie is back I know it is him he is still real small and he is bigger but smaller than the momma possum I have seen around he also had a patch of fur shaped like the letter w missing he is still very sma… more ›
I looked in a book the other day that I have there is are several pictures of a breed of dog that is an older breed that if you see anymore you are lucky or maybe it is just a rare breed of dog but they are called British Cocker Spaniels they look al… more ›
Abby is a cocker spaniel we keep her fur clipped short at least right now we may let it grow out in the winter Abby gets a bath every week and with the rain here now sometimes needs to at least be rinsed off after coming in from the rain and the mud … more ›
every time there is an animal on tv Abby goes nuts does your dog go nuts do you know why she does this she will go to the tv mainly for puppies and kittens and sniff of the tv screen and then walk around the tv sniffing everywhere and going nuts by r… more ›
There is a large possum hanging out in my backyard Abby is just starting to understand leave it and no but her pray drive is a strong one and she wants to hunt it down so bad how do I get her away from the possum without me her or the possum getting … more ›
My 6 month old chihuahua has a skin infection and the vet put her on an antibiotic and a antibacterial shampoo. I also have 3 other dogs and I was wondering if they could get the same infection? I was looking at pictures and it looks like pyoderma.
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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 ›