>>2216200 Some dogs are dicks, and I honestly believe it's they way they where raised. All this dangerous breeds stuff is buckshot as well Its just that some breeds are more attractive to dick head owners.
I completely agree, looks like he had diareah, what did he think would happen locking him up for an extended period
Yesterday i had to euthanize one of my Bettas, but not the one I thought.
Billy the Betta was at the short end of a Betta's lifespan. He was at 2 of their 2-5, but he was panting and hadn't eaten in days. He was already too thin, but i tried all his favorites like blood worms and shelled peas (in case he had a blockage). It was looking bad, even after non-iodized salt treatments, so i chose to end it. Slowly added tea tree oil until he was out, overdosed him on it, and lastly vodka to make sure he was gone. Sad, but necessary.
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My dog went blind about a year or two ago. I live in Canada and was contacted about a dog down south in San Bernardino in a high kill shelter who was to be put down last week but an activist got a hold put on it. The dog is an absolute cutey, happy with others, and if I don't adopt him he'll be put down. I would love to have him, but my sole concern is how my dog will take it. My dog is 9, and this dog is 4. Both male, both fixed, both are medium sized Spitz (Schiperke and this new one is a small Shepard).
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I have no experience with blind dogs but my suggestion would be to separate them at first. Put the new dog in a place the blind dog doesn't usually go (so you're not making a drastic change to the blind dog's mental layout of the house). Let the blind dog get used to the smell and sounds of the new dog. Maybe let them meet each other through a gate. Barrier frustration would be a pain but I feel like it's important to keep it slow, at least at first.
Even if things end up not working out, you've saved a dog from death row. You can find him another... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2216047 Hey op My friend has a blind dog. She's old (14 now) They got a new dog for her son. Now the blind dog relys on the new dog. I took the new dog to the vet and she had to stay there overnight, blind dog was tripping out all night. I think blind dog feels more secure when new dog alerts on visitors and such. Also easier for blind dog to move around the backyard when she can hear new dog in a specific spot.
When you go to San Bernardino, stop off and see the beach in Malibu.
Albinos are a super rare deformity among any species, so not likely at all.
Ravens are as expensive as a hawk to care for. They require an aviary for space, constant attention, and an appropriate diet. These birds are fairly intelligent and are very destructive when lonesome or unoccupied. Getting one is not advised if you can't afford the bird or its much needed time.
Captive breed ravens can expect to fetch a price of a few thousand starting, but may only be acquired through federally approved handlers since they're a protected species.
>>2216807 >naming pets after Gods of old >I think it's disrespectful to the poor retarded people that believe Don't be mean to neopagans dude. Also why does atheism seem to always come with a side of disrespect and smugness?
>>2215922 They're visually pretty nice, although personally I think at least some wild overgrown grass should be left. Not sure how a lawn is a waste of money though, all you have to do is mow it regularly?
In a geology class we are required to do a 5-10 minute presentation on anything geology related. I don't know to much about geology but we are required to cite a reference book and audio/visual source. Is there anything with a lot of information about it that is rather interesting?
Some of the examples were like tectonics, blood diamonds, the Himalayas, alps, black holes, hubble telescope. Those are some of the examples
What language do crows think in? Those fuckers are smart as fuck, they can plan shit out multiple steps at a time and they can use tools to help them get what they want. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtmLVP0HvDg If I had to be an animal I'd be a crow.
When is it time to put a pet down, /an/? It's never easy to deal with, but my dog's rear legs are starting to go and I know there will be the point where he regularly shits in the house because his muscles are weakening that much. What do you look for in quality vs longevity? I don't want the pup to suffer, but don't want to cheat him out of an enjoyable life. What do? ITT: pets and feels
>>2215618 I have one that's 18...mostly deaf, a few teeth, and 85 percent blind due to old age. He's also senile imo.
He still gets around mostly ok except for stairs and darkness. He still lets us know when needs to go out.
I will have him put to sleep when he can no longer get around the house on his own or can't manage his bodily functions. I take him to the vet fairly regularly and other than his old age issues he's healthy and not in any pain. I just have to keep a close eye on him... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2215618 I've had to put down 2 of my dogs over the years because of old age related hip dislocations. I live on a 38 acres so my dogs were inside outside dogs. Both hip dislocations with my dogs happened while they were outside and because of their size and dislocated hips I was unable to get them loaded comfortably into the car and get them to the vet. They couldn't walk or stand at all, would scream when I tried to move them. Omg, it was so sad and awful when it happened.
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>>2215596 I've never understood the point of these American talkshows, or American humour in general. It seems like they're just shouting unwitty snarkiness while making silly voices. There isn't any "joke" to be found in this video. It's just highly concentrated #lulsorandom facebook posts.
I'm currently in the process of figuring everything out before I get my first dog, and I'm wondering if there are some good toys that will wear him out when I'm not able to take him for walks. He's going to be quite large.
>>2215349 Training is a great way to exhaust your dog. A really good, 10 minute training session can go a long way exhausting him. Start with basic obedience, then work up to tricks. After that, you can play Simon Says, and challenge him to do as many back to back commands as possible.
Flirt poles are amazing too. They are basically a giant cat toy. You make your dog sit/down, and then give him the take it command and let him chase it. It is important you let him get the toy after a bit becausw that is a reward for him.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Long story short: I moved in with my grandmother because she is too old to take care of herself, before moving in with her my dog used to love me and now it kinda lost interest in me, since I work 8 hours a day, what to do to get the dog interested in me again?
I got home from work and I had noticed the skin on my axolotls had started peeling off. I took one to the store too see if they could help but they had no idea what an axolotl was and said they couldn't help me. I tried looking online but couldn't find much. Does anyone here know what this is and what I can do to help them?
Hello famalams, I'm considering getting a cat, and had a few questions. Is a studio apartment too small for a indoor cat? Any breed recommended for minimal shedding? How nasty is the poo box going to be?
Alright I have to get this off my chest. Its okay if the thread is deleted for non-relevance. Its just that I visit here from time to time and it feels animal related, and I got no one else to yak to.
Let's just call it 'creepy animal stories'.
Two weeks ago a neighbor of mine died. We weren't familiar. Like me, he was getting old and in poor health, and we both rent small units in an apartment building. The building is, frankly, a hovel at best.
It was a week before the body was noticed from the dreadful smell. On the day it was discovered,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So this other story was shared here some years ago. I don't remember particulars, but it was about an elderly woman suffering dementia, and was living with her adult daughter in the country.
Anyways, there were magpies, I think it was, that romped the trees around the house. The elderly mother, having dementia, would often throw open the window and call for her sister, Susie. Except Susie had been dead for many years. This apparently happened often, the mother calling for her dead sister, "Suuuuuuusie,.... Suuuuuuusie....."
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This story starts like all ghost stories with "I DONT BELIEVE IN GHOSTS BUUUUT"
>Dont believe in ghosts, buuuuut >Two friends and myself go out to the Bisti Badlands. Pic related. >Its an ancient and dead land. Sacred to native americans >Like no life. Too harsh. A couple dead bushes and maybe a crow and a couple lizards. About a two hour drive from any civilization >We go camping, bring a backpack full of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can we have a thread of /an/ related videos, pictures, gifs and articles etc that spark our autism? Anything you got, no matter how small. I've got to get this one off of my chest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZVChD-I5_s >'doesn't need collar' No dog needs a collar, but it's still a good fucking idea for other people >25 seconds in, petsmart employee trying to yell at him to not walk by the dogs with their dogs, guy walks through anyways no fucks given >he... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKRP3wIFXYA I swear this guy's entire channel is about having his dog aggressive dog meet stranger's dogs. >introduce dogs on GSD's property >proclaimed 'guard' gsd >Don't have a leash for GSD >the guy has to keep yelling 'no fighting' >he puts his hand in-between while the dogs are still unsure of each other Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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