Obviously a dragon. Despite that they would quickly become the pitbull of the fantasy animal world. You'll have thousands of people going on and on about how it's about how they're raised. And not the fact that they could destroy entire cities if they get bored. It would be cool as shit to own a dragon though.
>>2239452 Don't listen to this mongoloid, op. It's an absolute shit decision to have to make but the pups QoL has to be paramount. Is the pup old, feeble, and clearly in physical distress? Then you're showing mercy, op, never doubt that.
If you were to put a plant in a theoretical environment where there is nothing that will eat or otherwise destroy it, and infinite perfect amounts of sunlight, water, and nutrients, would it eventually die?
>>2244423 Trees do not live forever who the fuck told you that. >>2244422 While there are some plants that can seemingly divide and clone itself for an infinite period of time, most plants, like animals have built in biological senescence.
A Nintendog. Seriously. Maybe a stuffed animal that looks like their in-game pet if they really need something to cuddle.
Let them have that for a couple years and make them play with it daily to see if they're responsible enough (spoilers: they probably aren't because they're just a kid) before you give them a live animal to play with.
>>2244211 I had a few of those in my room once when I left the window open and left for a week. I poked one and about 15 half alive house spiders fell out. A wasp came in and started picking them up. I wanted to burn my house down.
Dog getting picky. Wat do? I read I shouldn't give her any treat for a few days and time her food. Anything else? She gets Acana cobb chicken and greens these days, and liked the taste fine when switching and for a few days afterwards.
>>2243844 Give her food, tell her to eat, wait 15 minutes, whether she ate it or not take the bowl away. Do this every feeding, feed strictly according to a schedule, two times a day, always. Don't worry if she doesn't eat a couple of days, she will eat eventually. Never give her anything from your table. Don't give her too much food. You can give her treats for being a good girl, it's not a problem.
When I had to get rid on my cat of 10 years to move in the dorms at my uni I helped myself cope by getting a stuffed animal to snuggle when I missed her and to sleep with since she used to sleep with me. I also had some cute pictures framed so I could remember her in those tough times. Good luck OP. Go visit sometimes if you can
I currently have a 4 foot vivarium housing my bearded dragon who will likely pass away soon due to old age. Can an anon give me some suggestions for invertebrates that would be suitable to live in here afterwards? Anything is appreciated
Giant African Land Snails are pretty great (unless you're in America where they're illegal).
That would be big enough to house two which is nice since they do prefer to be with other snails, though it means they will breed and you'll have to destroy the eggs somehow before they're near hatching or sell them after they hatch.
Any animals that don't give a fuck about noise (like from an instrument being played in a small flat) and make good pets? Ideally, I'd like something that is capable of a mutual bond, so something like a spider or a reptile probably wouldn't work, I think. Unless I'm completely misjudging the emotional capacities of spiders.
Pic related. It's a dog with noise-cancelling headphones on. I'd rather not get a pet before trying that, though.
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