I am aracnophobic up to some level, but thats due the fact that i have very-little-to-none knowledge about them and wether they re venomous or not. Just found this one at my studio, and i am hella concerned. any fellow /an/ with knowledge on the subject willing to help me out identify this one?
pic related. Sorry for my bad english, as it is not my mother language.
Can someone please reassure me that I'm not going to slice my cat's fucking quick in half and kill her?
I've never done this before. Rationally, I know that there being so many quick-and-easy tutorials for it probably means it's rare to damage the quick. If it were some big huge risk, there'd be more hubbub about it.
>>2237989 Are your cat's nails clear? You should be able to see the pink in her nail; that's the quick you want to avoid. If you can't see it, then just cut the thin part of the nail - the quick is in the thicker part, but not the whole thick part is the quick.
Lastly, cutting the quick won't kill them. I've done it enough on dogs and cats, none of them died. If you're really concerned, get some styptic powder so you can clot any bleeders.
could somebody help me out identifying a flower for me?
Pic related (1/3), I found them on a cemetary yesterday where somebody threw them away apparently. Since it's october already and they're still in bloom, I think that eliminates a lot of possible candidates.
Location is Germany, so I think they should grow in most temperate climates.
Will post two more pictures and I'd appreciate if somebody could help me out here since I myself have no clue when it comes to flowers.
>>2237875 This kid is a certified faggot But to answer your question OP, centipedes, any and all centipedes If I had a button that killed all of them in the most painful way a centipede could die I'd press it
Really need some help here. (tl;dr - adopted young GSD puppy with fiancé. Fiancé's advice on raising it conflicting with internet).
Fiancé and I are mid 20s, just adopted a 10 week old German Shepard. I never had pets growing up and didn't understand why she wanted a dog, but holy shit I am really in love with this pup. It's been 3 days and I can't get enough of her. I love carrying her and spending time with her and playing games.
Fiancé's family has dogs. They fancy themselves as dog people (they have 3) but non are really well-behaved... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
OP here, I just wanted to add a couple points. The pup is pretty well behaved. She sleeps a bunch so I usually carry her to her crate upstairs in the room next to the bedroom. After a couple hours, I go check on her and bring her down to eliminate, then play for a bit. If she seems lethargic, I bring her back upstairs. She usually crawls in her crate on her own. She hasn't pooed in the house since the first day we had her. And she sleeps in her crate on her own.
I'm thinking of keeping my bitch fiancé in the crate and letting the pup in bed. Thoughts on this... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2237797 Wow. You really fucked up making her your fiancé if that's how you are going to talk about your proposed wife.. To answer question though: You should both consult a dog expert or better yet the breeder you got the dog from and let her or him counsel you both face to face and have her hear what they advise. Then find a relationship counselor for future possible problems you guys might have with arguing.
Yeah i feed those to my pictus geckos. Good feeder insect, very nutritious for the geckos. I am very jealous of this man and his thousands of free ones. They are not cheap and are sold as "phoenix worms" for about $10/100 worms. $15 at chain pet stores.
They seem like pretty cool birds. My grandma use to own a budgie and she let me feed it sometimes, I even still have it's old cage lying around. The only problem is I have a 4 month old cocker spaniel and i'm just a bit afraid in case the Harpy might upset him. Also do you think the harpy would mind being taken from the rain forest ?, i'm planning on moving to Finland next year
>>2237288 Hi anon. Burbs are pretty and interesting. But here are some even prettier burbs: the sassy secretary bird and the mischievous bearded vulture. Beware of Finns, they're violently autistic. Take care.
I have a 3 month old healthy kitten I got a month ago. He always dips his paws in his water dish before drinking or even just for fun and then the water gets dirty and sometimes gets litter in it and I'm worried he'll make himself sick doing this. Someone recommended getting a circulating fountain because he probably does it to simulate moving water before drinking from it. So I got one but now he just plays with t like a toy and slaps at the fountain and dunks his paws entirely in it and sometimes his whole head and hes always soaked.
Does anyone have a solution... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Anyone know of any bark collars that actually work on a Cat's meow? I tried some shit that lets out a high pitched noise only animals can hear but I don't think it can pick up his meow. My cat fucking screeches all day and night and I'm pretty sick of it already.
All the Cat behavior books can tell me is "ignore him and then reward when he's quiet" but the shit doesn't work because all he does is just screech for longer and louder. He's literally cried for 3 hours non stop.
>>2236541 Literally every single professional breeder(as in not BYBs) has told me it's best to wait until later, because the dog is still developing and its sex hormones are critical to that development. It's like a human getting their sex organs removed before they hit puberty. It's going to fuck up their growth and development.
Just do it later and keep and eye on them so they don't piss and hump everything.
>>2236541 The literature is not completely in consensus on when to spay or neuter your animals, but in general, 6 months at the latest will provide the most benefit in terms of prevention of mammary cancer.
The only real developmental issue associated with spays, regardless of age, is an increased risk of obesity, which is easy enough to prevent. There is some evidence of other issues, but generally speaking your dog will not suffer for being spayed at 6 months. Don't forget, shelter animals are commonly spayed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My dog died on 10/06/16. Was sick that day and had been throwing up. Happened before so thought I'd take him to the vet the following morning. Put him in my room to take a shower then proceeded to make myself dinner. Go in my room and I didn't see him with my other dog in their bed. I go to corner of my bed where he likes to hang out and there I saw my bestfriend lying lifeless on the floor. But the strange part is that he had a puddle of blood from his mouth. I don't quite understand what happened? Any of yall know what caused his death? Anyways took him to go... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Because I don't have over a grand in savings or property, and already have a mutt that's just fine.
I want a king shepherd or German shepherd eventually though, and my fiance wants a borgi. We're just waiting until we have our own place (property) and enough money to ensure the breeding is done properly.
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