Not my bird but while crashing on a couch this dick woke me up by biting my lip and screaming at me in demands to pet him. He doesn't even like me unless I share my pear with him or I specifically go in to scratch his neck.
Hey guys, iv never posted here but was wondering if any of your pets have ever had the problem my dog occasionally has.
Iv had a morkie since it was a puppy and its a year old now but like one a month ittl start swaying around and shaking its head and be super tired for a few hours but wake up the next morning fine. The first time it happened we took her to the vet and spent a a few hundred on tests but they found nothing, we also thought it might be eating something but ruled that out too.
It is what it is: it's a worm/larvae that made a shell to protect itself through winter. Certain larval insects do this. It probably found it's way indoors by accident. Put it back outside where it belongs.
>>2056758 Not op but lizards express happiness just by being relaxed, not skiddish, well fed, warm, and healthy. So not necessarily "happy" but content instead. It's still a nice feeling seeing your lizard bro so comfortable with your presence and their surroundings though.
Post your top 9 animals. >Canopy jumping spider >imperial moth >chromadoris annae >secretary bird >thylacine RIP in peace ausbro >african bush elephant >Alligator snapping turtle >American black bear >North American River otter there are many more but these are definitely the best.
I was once charged by what I believe to have been a fisher.
It was night time and I heard some light rustling, which quickly changed into the sound of something running towards me. I turned on my flashlight in the direction of the sound and saw that only a few feet away from me was an angry-looking medium-sized animal.
I've been feeding my dog kibble (Blue Buffalo) according to this: http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/dry/5-star/ But I'm currently wondering whether adding home cooked food would be more beneficial towards her. I do feed her Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Frozen Diets as well but was wondering if there was more variety I could add to her diet.
>>2056586 Keep going with the raw, but incorporate other brands for variety. Also look into adding some unique meat cuts, and definitely do some raw meaty bones at least three times per week to help maintain dental hygiene.
As you get more confident, you can look into increasing the amount of homemade raw you feed. The general guidelines for formulating a prey-model diet are pretty easy: 80% muscle meat w/ fat (aim for around 20% of this proportion in fat), 10% bone, 5% liver, 5% other secreting organs; aim for at least... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /an/ this is my first post in this board I'm looking for a dog but I have no prior experience with pets. I go to uni for 4 or hours a day +hm, jog every day and live in a 60m^2 department and I'm looking for a loving, easy to train dog Any suggestions?
>>2056502 I used to be afraid of spiders. If I saw one in my room at night, I'd have to sleep somewhere else But spiders are ok. They want to just have a little corner they can feed from. Once they find it, they'll stay there. They won't bite you or jump at you as long as you don't disturb it.
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