Some sort of Shepherd or Spitz mix. Check in to your local shelter to see if its microchipped. I'm noticing a lot more dogs(who are microchipped) without collars these days. Risky business if you ask me.
I said there should be better safety regulation, that just because an animal is to be killed doesnt mean the person responsible for their life should not be accountable for suffering. I also said people would ignore it.
And now in Canada, it's happened again
"2,000 pigs perish in barn fire north of London, Ont."
"The fire comes nearly two weeks after a barn fire near Cambridge, Ont. killed 43 race horses. Another barn fire in Mt. Forest on Jan. 15 killed 13 horses."
What the hell. I get that animals are slaughtered. But they are still living things. There is a difference between swift euthanasia and suffering chaos, panic, confusion and pain while watching all your peers die and suffer and be helpless in captivity to escape.
I guess you could make some regulations that they must use top notch equipment because it's about animal lives. Just thinking that this is probably the regular fail frequency of electronic appliances.
>In 2011, an estimated 47,700 home structure fires reported to U.S. fire departments involved some type of electrical failure or malfunction as a factor contributing to ignition. >Half (48%) of 2007-2011 reported non-confined U.S. home structure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction had some type of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have a chihuahua mix (most prominently with beagle, another "vocal" breed), and she's incredibly quiet, I never even heard her bark until I'd had her for a few weeks. She did howl a little her first night away from her old home, but besides that, nothing. She whines to communicate things like hunger and needing to go outside, though.
>>2041452 shih tzus are really quiet. mine was sweet and loyal but stubborn as heck. if i get a real small dog I'd go with mini poodles... they're healthy and really smart! i don't think they're very cute tho.
Can anyone explain what caused this to happen? I took the pic behind a glass window at the subway station and the pigeon(?) is laying on a ledge and the pavement you see above is actually the road which is like 1 story down below so nobody could have done this to it.
Just realized that nuggets are the veal of poultry.
If you abstain from veal but not the nug of chicken, then you are inconsistent/dishonest about your views. (Disclaimer: I know that the logical end of this entire argument is to abstain from meat period, but I'm just interested in this one point about why people choose to abstain from just one instance of baby animals made into food and not all)
>>2041381 Basically, if you don't eat veal because it's a cruel product on the basis of the meat coming from a calf, then wouldn't you also think chicken nuggets are cruel because they're made from chicks? Seems like people make the distinction more about veal and not chicken nuggets despite the products being similar in their origin.
Why do you think there are such considerably little domesticated vegetable-producing forms of asteraceae plants despite the size of the family as compared to one like brassicaceae that has all sorts of very economically important varieties in the modern day?
Hi, /an/. I am kind of getting into small carnivorous/omnivorous mammals, even though I was kind of a reptile/fish/bird guy before. I am really interested in keeping a ferret, opossum or something up that alley. Are there any good beginner choices? It should be a bit forgiving of mistakes, shouldn't mind being handled (can be cuddly as well) and it has to be available in Germany, or at least the Netherlands.
four eyed opossums and etc will be about the easiest. You don't want a stoat/weasel, they can be kept as pets but are like fucking flubber 24/7 and supposedly never stop biting constantly when they play
>>2041318 Stoat/weasel wasn't really on my list anyway, I think I'd need a special permit to keep those. Four eyed opossum however is a pretty good idea. Do you happen to know any breeders or stores that have them ? My picks are a short-tailed or a Virginia opossum, a ferret or maybe (and a big maybe at that) a genet.
>>2041295 This, adults usually die from stress and there's also the risk of disease. Unless its sick or young and abandoned, its a dumb idea to keep a wild animal. Even then its better to contact a wildlife rehab then to care for it yourself, unless you have some experience.
Sup guise. I'm about to get a 55 gal tank and I've been agonizing over what to put in it. I've settled on: dwarf lionfish, engineer goby, and maroon clownfish (one of each). Is this a fuckstupid idea? Or would these three work in a tank together?
>>2041226 I've kept a lot of aggressive and predator tanks. You just need to keep fish that are too big to fit in anyone else's mouth, and try to avoid fish that prey on other fish. Other than that the sky's the limit.
I've found coral beauties and puffers to be particularly capable of defending themselves. Clown wrasses and harlequin tuskfish are tough as well. Triggers vary, they're all fairly aggressive and some will kill everything in the tank. Snowflake eels are usually good choices. Damsels... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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