• My cat is hurt.... help?

    About a month ago this thought to be stray cat started living in our garage, hes EXTREMLY friendly, not neutered and not declawed. He loves to eat and cuddle and roll in grass but today we found him and his right eye was swollen, he didn’t want attention, and his tail seemed a little droopy. We actually found the... show more
    About a month ago this thought to be stray cat started living in our garage, hes EXTREMLY friendly, not neutered and not declawed. He loves to eat and cuddle and roll in grass but today we found him and his right eye was swollen, he didn’t want attention, and his tail seemed a little droopy. We actually found the owners but it doesn’t look like the cat likes his home, the owner was sweet but her house was very unkept and messy and she seemed a little trashy (sorry...her whole house smelled like pot.) but at our house he has a big back yard, toys, a bed, and food and people who play with him. we aren’t sure how to fix his eye or if we should even give him back....advice?
    10 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • If I adopt a dog that has never been vaccinated, how do I catch them up on their vaccinations?

    Best answer: a grown dog does not have to have a series of 4 vaccines. Vaccinate one=ce and 4 weeks later vaccinate a second time and in a year one more time, and he should be good for 5 years. The reason to vaccinate puppies so often is because of what they call the maternal window of susceptibility. It's long and drawn... show more
    Best answer: a grown dog does not have to have a series of 4 vaccines. Vaccinate one=ce and 4 weeks later vaccinate a second time and in a year one more time, and he should be good for 5 years. The reason to vaccinate puppies so often is because of what they call the maternal window of susceptibility. It's long and drawn out basically because somewhere between 6 and 16 weeks is when the maternal antibodies wear off, and since every puppy is individual, there is no sure way to know when the mom's antibodies wear off so you vaccinate every 3 -4 weeks hoping that in that time frame, the vaccination antibodies aren't destroyed by Mom's antibodies. google it.
    12 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Do I deserve a second chance?

    I am trying to convince my parents into letting me get a puppy. But they say I can’t because my other dog before didn’t work out. The other dog, Zues, was a rescue dog that was a year and about four months when we got him. He didn’t get along with my other dogs and my parents always would tell me to put him in my... show more
    I am trying to convince my parents into letting me get a puppy. But they say I can’t because my other dog before didn’t work out. The other dog, Zues, was a rescue dog that was a year and about four months when we got him. He didn’t get along with my other dogs and my parents always would tell me to put him in my room so they won’t fight. He was energetic and still acted like a little puppy while my older dogs were 6+7 and the older one acts like a puppy on a day to day basis. Long story short, he ended up leaving a little tooth mark on my oldest dog and we had to give him back to the shelter. (Couple hours later he was adopted again) So ever since that, they would blame me on the whole incident even though I was at school when it happened, and they were at home working so I had no control over it. I showed my parents how responsible I am with my other dogs, walking, feeding, brushing etc, and at school with my grades and homework so I don’t see why I don’t deserve to have a second chance with a much younger puppy, rather then having a older dog wanting to become alpha of the house. My other dogs are amazing with puppies and my neighbors dogs so I don’t see having another dog would be a problem, but it could be. What do you guys think? Do I deserve a second chance?
    10 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Sick kitty! what should i do?

    hello, i’m really worried about my cat and im not sure if i should be taking her to emergency vet tonight, which i can’t really afford, or if i should just monitor her and call a vet tomorrow. she is only 6 years old and generally seems quite healthy and is an indoor only cat besides sitting on our balcony. she is... show more
    hello, i’m really worried about my cat and im not sure if i should be taking her to emergency vet tonight, which i can’t really afford, or if i should just monitor her and call a vet tomorrow. she is only 6 years old and generally seems quite healthy and is an indoor only cat besides sitting on our balcony. she is on a wet food only diet. earlier today after she ate lunch she throw the entire serving up and has been hiding under my bed since. she has been laying under the bed a lot more often recently but i just thought it was to escape the heat. when i went to feed her dinner she would not come out and wouldnt come out for treats. i pulled her out after a bit to pet her but she ran right back. i just heard her puking again and it was only foamy liquid and as i was cleaning it i notice she had just had diarrhea in the litter box. then she went straight back under the bed. im super worried. i cant think of anything she may have ate accidentally. i dont know what to do
    7 answers · Cats · 3 days ago
  • Hey, don't you agree that animal babies are the cutest living things?

    I just a video where puppies were trying to find nipples on a MALE dog. And there were SO many of them. They were Samoyed dogs
    I just a video where puppies were trying to find nipples on a MALE dog. And there were SO many of them. They were Samoyed dogs
    9 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Why are my dogs suddenly fighting/how do I stop it?

    I have three dogs, two of which are a 8 yo pug and a 1 yo boxer. They never used to mind each other, but in the last month, they've started fighting a lot, seemingly unprovoked. The pug typically starts it. However, they sometimes sleep together in my bed, so it's not all the time. They've yet to do any... show more
    I have three dogs, two of which are a 8 yo pug and a 1 yo boxer. They never used to mind each other, but in the last month, they've started fighting a lot, seemingly unprovoked. The pug typically starts it. However, they sometimes sleep together in my bed, so it's not all the time. They've yet to do any damage to each other, but I want to restore the peace. How do I do that?
    8 answers · Birds · 1 day ago
  • What are the most reliable websites for dog breed info?

    Best answer: Thee are somany websites they have great information out there as well as a lot that have just as much misinformation. You need to do tons of reading and research, write down all the positives and then all the cons of each dog breed your considering. Our vet suggested that we visit a couple breeders of the... show more
    Best answer: Thee are somany websites they have great information out there as well as a lot that have just as much misinformation. You need to do tons of reading and research, write down all the positives and then all the cons of each dog breed your considering.

    Our vet suggested that we visit a couple breeders of the breed we wanted and they in turn were able to answer more detailed questions about the dogs we were considering. There are no websites that I know of that post only the exact facts of each breed, just as there is no one dog food out there that is the best of the best and is that way for every dog. It’s all a matter of collecting the data and to see what works the best.

    Good luck in your search.
    5 answers · Dogs · 3 days ago
  • How often should you wash a dog?

    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    31 answers · Dogs · 5 days ago
  • I have 2 full breed huskies but neither one of their parents has AKC papers. How can I obtain papers and how did the first dogs get them?

    There is no way that the AKC has always existed so how did the first Huskies get their AKC paperwork? Maybe this will help me.
    There is no way that the AKC has always existed so how did the first Huskies get their AKC paperwork? Maybe this will help me.
    10 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Transitioning between homemade dog foods?

    do you have to slowly transition a dog from one protein source to another when making homemade dog food (example: switching from a primarily turkey diet to beef diet but keeping all other ingredients the same)?
    do you have to slowly transition a dog from one protein source to another when making homemade dog food (example: switching from a primarily turkey diet to beef diet but keeping all other ingredients the same)?
    8 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • How do I tell my mom that we found her dog dead?

    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    6 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Bulldog Seizure?

    Best answer: The main reason for seizures that cannot be explained by something else - like a head injury, brain tumor, illness or low blood sugar is is idiopathic epilepsy. Rather than going thru expensive testing or an MRI to say rule out a brain tumor (which are rare compared to epilepsy) your vet CAN choose to just put... show more
    Best answer: The main reason for seizures that cannot be explained by something else - like a head injury, brain tumor, illness or low blood sugar is is idiopathic epilepsy. Rather than going thru expensive testing or an MRI to say rule out a brain tumor (which are rare compared to epilepsy) your vet CAN choose to just put your dog on medication. My vet explained, the mediation will not stop or affect seizures caused by a brain tumor and is the cheapest & simplest way to rule that out.

    Follow the advice given; make video of any additional episodes, talk to your vet again to advise them how many seizures the dog has had, and/or get a second opinion from a specialty hospital or vet school, and talk to your breeder as well as making an effort to check out information on as much of the bloodline in your pedigree, as possible.

    In my personal experience (with idiopathic epilepsy) my vet TOLD ME that once any dog had two seizures WITHIN 10 days, they NEEDED to be on medication. You need to know there is a wide array (now) of medications and combinations that CAN work. And one medication may work for awhile, but may need either a additional med later or a different one to be used later.

    What you DO NOT WANT is a dog who gets into "cluster seizures" which can be one after another - basically NON STOP. These do BRAIN DAMAGE & can only be stopped by an EMERGENCY trip to a 24 hr vet office. That's why you want to get on mediation if your dog has already had two seizures, this close together.

    Your vet or the vet you end up using - if there is somebody in your area who specializes in the treatment of such dogs, may have to play with the STRENGTH of the medication. Too much and the dog is almost comatose, too little & the seizures come back.

    There is at least one OUTSTANDING site I always give people in your position who probably are just discovering they have a dog WITH epilepsy. It is intensive and large. You will find that there are a larger number of TYPES of seizures, than you had thought, and suggestions on how to help LIMIT them through changes in diet (even the use of filtered water) and suggestions on how to help the dog RECOVER, afterwards.

    http://www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-ange...

    and

    http://www.canine-epilepsy.net/
    7 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • How do fish see in the deep ocean?

    Where there is no sunlight?
    Where there is no sunlight?
    8 answers · Fish · 1 day ago
  • Is my ex partner entitled to his dog after leaving her with me for 3 years?

    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    16 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • How to get the breed i want in a shelter?

    I want an expensive breed that is hard to find. But I want to adopt it fron a shelter because shelter prices are reasonable. NOT from a rescue.. Rescues charge breeder prices and are WAY to picky. I want to only adopt from a shelter. How to be sure I will find one, and soon?
    I want an expensive breed that is hard to find. But I want to adopt it fron a shelter because shelter prices are reasonable. NOT from a rescue.. Rescues charge breeder prices and are WAY to picky. I want to only adopt from a shelter. How to be sure I will find one, and soon?
    6 answers · Dogs · 15 hours ago