• How to tell landlord I now have a dog and is a registered companion dog?

    I just moved into a duplex 2 weeks ago and I told the property management place that I was thinking about getting dog , she said the she wasn't sure if the owner would be okay with dogs only cats , I have gotten a puppy sense then a mini Australian shepherd that I registered as my companion dog but I don't... show more
    I just moved into a duplex 2 weeks ago and I told the property management place that I was thinking about getting dog , she said the she wasn't sure if the owner would be okay with dogs only cats , I have gotten a puppy sense then a mini Australian shepherd that I registered as my companion dog but I don't know how to tell the property management place now?
    35 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Are pit bulls a good or bad bread?

    Best answer: Amazing dogs if raised right! Maybe even the most loving. Anyone who says that pitbulls have caused the most deaths need to understand the reasoning why is because f*cked up humans will get pitbulls to FIGHT them. Everyone categorized pitbulls as "vicious" so now humans will get them and purposely make... show more
    Best answer: Amazing dogs if raised right!
    Maybe even the most loving.

    Anyone who says that pitbulls have caused the most deaths need to understand the reasoning why is because f*cked up humans will get pitbulls to FIGHT them. Everyone categorized pitbulls as "vicious" so now humans will get them and purposely make them aggressive. I had to call the cops on my neighbor a few years ago because he got a pitbull and would shoot a BB gun at because he wanted to make it an "aggressive guard dog" ITS NOT THE DOGS FAULT. If you breed two skittish dogs you are going to get a skittish litter and if you breed two aggressive dogs you are going to get aggressive puppies!

    I own not one.. not two.. BUT three pitbulls and it makes me so upset that anyone would say my dogs should be banned. If anything, people should have a licences to even own any breed of dog.

    Rant over. Proceed with your dislikes. :)
    46 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • If two Chorkies breed, what are the puppies? Double Chorkie?

    If two Chorkies breed, what are the puppies? Double Chorkie?

    All three have been the to the local Vet, and all, including the dam were all in good health with no complications
    All three have been the to the local Vet, and all, including the dam were all in good health with no complications
    19 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Is declawing your cat THAT bad?

    My cat, Sage, was declawed at a few months old. I didn't even know people thought it was an inhumane thing to do. My Dad insisted on declawing her after she accidentally scratched our dining chair. So she got declawed, had a cone on her head for a few weeks and a special soft kitty litter and was relatively... show more
    My cat, Sage, was declawed at a few months old. I didn't even know people thought it was an inhumane thing to do. My Dad insisted on declawing her after she accidentally scratched our dining chair. So she got declawed, had a cone on her head for a few weeks and a special soft kitty litter and was relatively fine. We only had one incident and that was when a bag got stuck around her neck and she flipped out, opening her stitches, we took her to the vet and she was fine. No infections, her walking was fine, and she never seemed to be in pain and NO BEHAVIOURAL ISSUES. To those who think that removing their claws is emotionally traumatizing to them, let me let you in on a little secret: my cat still hasn't noticed she doesn't have claws. It's almost funny when our dog goes up to her and she just bats him in the face. It's probably good for him she doesn't have claws or he wouldn't have eyes. She still uses boxes to stretch her "claws" out on and still uses her paws to bat at "prey". Is it dangerous for her to be outside? Yes. Do I let her outside? No. I also think it's helpful for people in general who aren't used to cats to deal with declawed cats, no scary threat of being accidentally clawed, even if affectionately kneading. Do I think ALL cats should be declawed? No, of course not, but if you think you should, go for it. It's NOT as bad as a lot of people make it out to be. I would rather a cat be claw-free and in a happy home than clawed and waiting alone in a shelter.
    22 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Can I legally kill a dog who attacks my dog?

    We have a 2.5 acre property I like to run with my dog without a leash (but it shouldn't matter if it's on my property). I live in Tennessee and people are notorious for dropping their dogs off or just letting them roam. Say a dog attacked my dog on MY property would I be able to kill it if that situation... show more
    We have a 2.5 acre property I like to run with my dog without a leash (but it shouldn't matter if it's on my property). I live in Tennessee and people are notorious for dropping their dogs off or just letting them roam. Say a dog attacked my dog on MY property would I be able to kill it if that situation arises?
    28 answers · Dogs · 3 days ago
  • Why are puppies so expensive?

    I'm not talking about purebred dogs I'm talking about all puppies in general. I sometimes go on craigslist and see people selling their puppies for $350 $200 sometimes even $700. I've never seen a puppy on there under $150. Not just Craigslist dog shops and shelters too. When I had puppies I sold them... show more
    I'm not talking about purebred dogs I'm talking about all puppies in general. I sometimes go on craigslist and see people selling their puppies for $350 $200 sometimes even $700. I've never seen a puppy on there under $150. Not just Craigslist dog shops and shelters too. When I had puppies I sold them for $20 each with all their food and toys included . Also why aren't puppies as cheap as kittens? Kittens are usually $15-$35
    14 answers · Dogs · 15 hours ago
  • My neice almost fed my dog chocolate?

    My neice can be nice and cute but also spoiled and entitled af. I tell her constantly not to feed my dog, especially not chocolate because my dog will die. One day I was watching her eat a chocolate chewy bar (I am nervous when kids eat chocolate around my dog), and she seemed to have intentionally lower it so my... show more
    My neice can be nice and cute but also spoiled and entitled af. I tell her constantly not to feed my dog, especially not chocolate because my dog will die. One day I was watching her eat a chocolate chewy bar (I am nervous when kids eat chocolate around my dog), and she seemed to have intentionally lower it so my dog can lick or eat it!!??! I had to yell at her. She knew I was there! What should I do? And why did she do this? I would tell her parents, but they wouldn't do anything (again, she is spoiled and entitled). If you're not a dog owner or lover, you wouldn't understand.
    11 answers · Dogs · 3 hours ago
  • Can I declaw a cat at home with pliers?

    11 answers · Cats · 4 hours ago
  • How many people have you killed?

    Best answer: No one but when I'm pist off I think about doing it but eventually I calm down and don't think about it for a long time! And when my financial situation sucks I think I should do that for money but that won'take anything better so that's it! Chris
    Best answer: No one but when I'm pist off I think about doing it but eventually I calm down and don't think about it for a long time! And when my financial situation sucks I think I should do that for money but that won'take anything better so that's it! Chris
    21 answers · Rodents · 4 days ago
  • Is this legal?

    I know someone at school who has an Emotional Support Animal dog that she brings to school. She had been diagnosed with clinical anxiety and depression. The teachers and staff have approved of her presence and she has never caused any problems, but I think it's unfair that just because she has a doctor's... show more
    I know someone at school who has an Emotional Support Animal dog that she brings to school. She had been diagnosed with clinical anxiety and depression. The teachers and staff have approved of her presence and she has never caused any problems, but I think it's unfair that just because she has a doctor's recommendation she can bring her dog while I can't. So is there any way I can get her and the school in trouble and have the dog put down?
    18 answers · Dogs · 3 days ago
  • My dog is fat 🙄?

    what do I do
    what do I do
    10 answers · Dogs · 6 hours ago
  • How does one obtain a emotional support therapy dog?

    I suffer from bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders. I'm trying to find info on getting a certified therapy dog or a dog I train from a therapy service.
    I suffer from bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders. I'm trying to find info on getting a certified therapy dog or a dog I train from a therapy service.
    12 answers · Dogs · 20 hours ago
  • Getting a kitten soon, what are some tips/ what to feed him? thank you!?

    i'm getting a kitten soon & i want to know some tips on how to take care of it & what to feed it, thank you!
    i'm getting a kitten soon & i want to know some tips on how to take care of it & what to feed it, thank you!
    9 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Dumb name for a dog?

    I'm buying an 8 week old Labrador Retriever, however, I want to call him "Jeff." Is that a decent name to call a male dog? Or does it sound too much like a human name and dumb? If so what are good names?
    I'm buying an 8 week old Labrador Retriever, however, I want to call him "Jeff." Is that a decent name to call a male dog? Or does it sound too much like a human name and dumb? If so what are good names?
    11 answers · Dogs · 17 hours ago
  • My baby pug isn t opening his eye all the way?

    I have a 2 month pug last night he hit him self in the wall while walking I knows he s right eye isn t opening all the way what should I do ?
    I have a 2 month pug last night he hit him self in the wall while walking I knows he s right eye isn t opening all the way what should I do ?
    9 answers · Dogs · 5 hours ago