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: 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 ›