>>2261824 I tried eating vegan but I developed anemia because I don't absorb iron well even with vitamin c, which is supposed to help. Lack of b12 and k2 also worried me. It was really a difficult diet for me because I don't like beans, lentils, legumes, rice, etc. Oats, potatoes, pb, and veggies were the bulk of my diet. Not fun.
/herp/ reptile classifieds for finding breeders of various scaled and sundry creatures
>kingsnake.com >faunaclassifieds.com >reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders) >Also check to see if there are any annual reptile shows/expos in your area as these are good places to find good animals from good breeders at partial discount
/herp/ officially official... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Just got a kitten about a week ago and I wanted to wait a little and let her get acclimated before taking her to the vet. One of her littermates, who has had his first shot, is coming over tomorrow and I was wondering if it was safe to let them play together even though she hasn't had her first shot. Or should I take her in the morning before they play?
>>2263869 that's a good question to ask the vet! since they've only been separated a week, it's really unlikely they'd have anything. I'd probably risk it if I knew the household the kitten was coming from and there were no outdoor kitties.
You know how every once in a while you come across something on the internet that's just too fucking weird? Well I was watching some animal videos and eventually came to monkeys, then I saw this playlist on the sidebar and HOLY FUCK. It's nothing but videos of monkeys getting hurt or dying, etc. and the comments are all the same.
You sure they are serious and not just being edgy/joking? I specifically remember a notorious YouTube user who used to comment shit like this everywhere about monkeys. He later came out and admitted he was joking but that he really isn't too fond of monkeys.
Guys please help and vote for me in this PET Face-Swap contest. I have never won anything in my life and I bet my cat that if we won I would buy her one of those carpet castle things shes always wanted.
Hi, guys, I'm new here. I lost my poor dog the other night, he was vomiting white and had diarrhea and he was getting weaker and weaker and more dehydrated until the little guy passed on. I loved him very much. Now I'm starting to see the same symptoms in his little sister, please help me save her, what medicines do I give her? She's a tiny dog and she is starting to vomit white.
it's like a giant hamster that trusts you and seeks out your company, I guess. they just feel furry. different animals feel different ofc- some are greasy, some have long hair, some have short. try closing your eyes and petting your own head and that's kind of what it feels like.
Hi /an/, dog owner here. I have a dog who suffers from chronic ear infections (floppy eared labrador in a wet climate). In one ear she usually develops a bacterial infection, and in the other a yeast infection. Over the years my vet has prescribed me Zymox to treat the bacterial, and Surolan to the yeast infection. Over the summer she got an infection, and I decided to pay out for the Zymox *advanced formula* which knocked her itching and pain out way faster than the regular formula (pictured). The problem is, that shit's 30$ for 1.25 fl oz and I can go through a bottle... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
if you need to keep using this kind of medication, you should probably try and figure out a different way to treat the issue. it's an enzymatic cleaner, so there's no exact generic. I couldn't even find one, actually.
I'd try using both, use the zymox plus regularly as well as the cheaper regular...
>>2263066 >What does he have on his ears? hard to tell, wash them off and then take more pics? >Can he get along with a puppy? depends on the cat >Does he need special milk? if it's an adult, it doesn't need milk at all. cats can't digest lactose, so cow's milk will give it diarrhea. cats can have goats milk and special milk made for cats.
Don't give him milk, cats can't digest it properly after kittenhood and this little guy won't need it if he's eating solid food. You won't have done him any harm, but it could give him the shits, so just stick to plain water in the future and that will be fine.
His ears look a bit crusty, but it shouldn't be a huge drama to fix - stray cats often have slightly gungy ears or ear mites, and it's usually easy to treat with some drops or cream. His coat looks quite healthy, so he'll likely be fine once he's been dewormed and defleaed.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So something has happened to my friend's birds and she can't figure out why. I can't find anything online about it and I was wondering if you guys could shed some light on this.
My friend's ring-neck parrot ate her cockatiel. They were living together for months and had gotten along fine until suddenly one ate the other. The cockatiel is an adult while the parrot was very very young, supposedly. Their cage is clean and they both had food.
My guess is that the ringneck hit puberty and snapped, getting territorial with the cockatiel and then killed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2262754 What silly concern?, look at that tortured turtle, forced to carry that bucket for human amusement, and standing there doing nothing, that thing is hell I tell you, worked as a human sign for a day and it's the shittiest, more humillating job someone could have.
Hey /an/imals, I'm looking for a news story or related videos about groups of urban monkeys stealing / doing damage /acting agressive in which dogs were brought in to scare them off, the dogs were subsequently smacked around by the monkeys when they barked at and possibly "tamed" to some degree to the monkeys. Remember the story from a few years ago but can't find anything. Could i get a little help?
I was thinking about animal classifications for something off-topic to the board and trying to figure out what major groups there were. After a bunch of research, I've gotten stopped at this roadblock: what the fuck are these (circled in the picture) They're other branches of life but it seems like they're completely separate from what appears to be "everything that lives".
we have a fluffy hen. now she has had babies, two are starting to grow feathers but the rest look like theyre going to stay fluffy into adulthood too. we rent out on a farm so these things are semi feral and i dont know too much about them but i imagine inbreeding is rampant. so whats the story with fluffy adult chickens. an unusual mutation?
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