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I'm going to guess wrong board? I'm not clicking those links

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>Dog likes to lick my legs right after I get out of the shower.

Why this /an/?
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>>2198402
Because they do it to dry themselves. Wet dogs will lick the water off each other, like grooming and stuff too
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>>2198406
Why are dogs so fucking bro-tier?
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>>2198421
Because we literally made them that way.

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What's a good reptile that doesn't need live food and isn't a turtle or tortoise?
I'm considering snakes, but want to know if there are any lizards who fit this quota other than Iguanas, which wont do because FUCK HUGE
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like a uromastyx?
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>>2198258
I thought those guys were omnivorous and need crickets every so often?
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>>2198260
Uromastyx are straight herbivores.
I would say most large monitors, but you don't want something fuckhuge.

Hey dudes, im planning to move to florida and live there and shit. Anyways, i found a website called Louisiana Herps and it shows to range of the specific species. Now i want something similar to florida, so i can know what species lives where and stuff.
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http://www.floridabackyardsnakes.com
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Not shitting on you, best way I've found is google something like "Florida frog species" or "Florida native snake species"

I live in VA but do the same thing to research species around here and have good luck.
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>>2198209
Are you gonna be herping in the field? Looking for specific herps?

If I were you I'd just go about my business regularly and snap a photo of any herps I come across, then ID them using online sources.

Been to FL twice; probably the best herp state in the lower 48 imo

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Back door frog anon here,

I found where the two frogs are living!
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>>2198146
So now what?
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Picture of one of the frogs.

>>2198149


Shit man, I dunno. I'm not a frogologist. They seem happy enough there. I don't know if I get them maybe a toad house or something to put on the ground if they would live in it, they seem to like being up high
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SO CUTE!

why would a frog live in a toad house???

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I have had this month old chihuahua poodle mix for a week now. I have trying to potty train him any way I can and have had no hope at all. My boy friend is losing patience with him and slowly so am I. It has gotten to the point where I have to lock him in his kennel with his doggy pad and he refuses to be outside with out crying at the top of his lungs. Even sometimes I will let him out of the kennel and the first thing he does is go and look for a place to pee. is there anything else I can do to train him?
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>>2198047
anyone, please help
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How old? Because there's no way you own a 1 month old.
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He is only one month old, and the biggest in the litter being borne first.

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Any snake owners out there, if I were to clean this tank out and fit it up properly, would it be a good enclosure for my 4 foot almost adult male ball python? He already has a 40 gallon long tank, but it's really hard to maintain a good humidity for him so I thought about moving him around. Soda can for scale, I think the tank is 35 gallons.
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>>2198039
Shameless self bump
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I only have a corn snake so I don't have much knowledge but from a general pet owner of many lizards and trantulas , I would just give it a try and see how it goes, are you willing to spend any money ?
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>>2198039
not enough floor space, this tank is better for small, arboreal animals
so no, nothing for a ball python

Hey, I came across these when walking with my dog, I usually pick up mushrooms I know are edible but was unsure if these.
Would be great if someone knew what kind these are.
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Little brown mushroom. Almost impossible to identify.
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wouldnt eat lol
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Never ever eat a wild mushroom unless you are 100% positive as to what it is. Don't even try it if you're 'pretty sure'. Thats how people die.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/woman-died-after-eating-poisonous-mushrooms-picked-in-her-own-garden-8609719.html

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I vaccinated my cat for rabies yesterday. today he bit me. Should I get a rabies shot myself?

He didn't have rabies, but my vet told me that the rabies vaccine makes the animal rabid until he develops immunity to it. I think she's full of shit as I haven't found anything of the sort on the internet.

So I'm here now. should I get a rabies shot because my recently vaccinated cat bit me?
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>>2197822
Rabies will either kill you, or you'll be put into a coma to survive it and end up a vegetable.

I'd call your vet just to be safe.
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>>2197827
My doctor told me I didn't need the shot. My vet told me I needed the shot. I am so confused atm.
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>>2197835
Well, listen to the one that treats people, not animals. He's the expert.

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Dog keeps shitting in the same spot every time my dad leaves the house in the morning to go to work

Shes toilet trained, usually goes in the back garden or waits until I take her for a walk.

But this habit has developed recently where, even when she has access to the garden, she goes straight to the same spot in the living room and squeezes out a turd

Its gotta be seperation anxiety right? She loves my dad more than life itself and always goes bonkers when he comes home, sometimes she sits on the windowside waiting to see his car pull up

What do to...
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Direct her outside after he leaves. Don't let her get to that spot
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>>2197808
man dogs like this creep me out. dogs are cool, but I don't think I could own one given how dependent they are.
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>>2197846

She's loving and fun to have around but she's still essentially a simpler version of a child you have to look after and shit.

Hard work senpai

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There's no dinosaur thread up. Well, that's not good. How about ones dedicated to feathered dinosaurs? Talk coloring, patterns, feathers, whatever.
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Also, dumping a bit of dinosaur art.
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What are some Youtubers you follow thaf post animal related content? And I don't count "Cute animal videos".

I don't know how accurate they are but I enjoy TREY The Explainer and ThePrehistoricMaster. Matthew The Dinosaur King also has some interesting videos if you're into dinosaur collectables and toys. Rattielover713 and RatGirl44 are my main sources for educational rat videos.
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Kikopup for dog training. I often refer people to her videos if they are having trouble training. Sometimes it's nice to have a visual of what you're supposed to do.

I was thinking of making YouTube videos of breeds of animals, probably starting with dogs. I was looking into breed info on YouTube and they were either nonexistent, had Microsoft Sam talking, or they really skimmed a lot of information. So I thought I could do that shit myself. However I'm not sure if my voice would be any better...
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I remember I unsubbed National Geographic's page a few years ago because they were posting BS. They seem to have gotten back on track though.
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>>2197697
ZakGeorge and Kikopup for dog training. Ferret-world for educational ferret videos.

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What did I just find in my garden, /an/? [spoiler]East England[/spoiler]
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Some beetle larva.
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its a grub. they destroy your yard and turn into big beetles
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>>2197686
Neat

What does /an/ think of the Beak Bubble?
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>>2197677
As a bird person, if you can't do those things without traumatizing your bird you probably shouldn't have a bird.
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>>2197682
>traumatizing
>a bird
top kek, anon
You know where the word "birdbrain" comes from?
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>>2197707
2/10

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What's up with this cats asshole I found it yesterday in the street and brought it in but its butthole looks weird why is it like this?
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>>2197674
What the fuck is wrong with you? You pick up a pest off of the streets and now you're photographing it's asshole?
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>>2197690
My guess is that this may have happened
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl6gJBXG65g&t=50
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STOP RAPING THE STRAYS, BILLY!

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Could use some advice.

I have a dog and a cat, both indoor pets. My dog caught fleas and the cat has them now too. My dog takes sentinel every month which is a flea and tick preventative. He's had a couple flea baths and is wearing a flea collar. I caught one flea on him since taking him to the vet a couple days ago.

I keep pulling a handful of fleas off of my cat when I run a comb through him. I put harts ultra guard on his neck. Seems like that was a waste of money. I gave the cat a flea bath too. He still had fleas the next morning. I've washed all...
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>>2197659
Ever since feeding my animals anti-flea tablets I've never had a problem.
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>>2197661
Did they have a flea problem prior? What tablets do you feed?
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>>2197669
Tablets?

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How do people typically handle the situation of leaving behind your family dogs when you leave home? I'm in college now and while I still see them whenever I go home, I don't feel ready to set off on my own life let alone seperate from my best buddies. What about when they grow old and you're not sure when their time is coming?
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ask to take dog with you when you move out
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>>2197298
A lot of college students are living in dorms or apartments that don't allow pets. Even if they did, they don't have adequate room for them.
Also many freshmen (and up) have busy or unpredictable schedules due to school which of course do not mesh well with a dog's constant and unrelenting need to eat and go outside.
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I don't know. I'm nearly 19 and just staying home until my two pets croak. I have a 16 year old cat, and a 10 year old dog who had lymphoma and it's only a matter of time before it's back, while saving money to leave. How old are your pets? Do you need to get out of your house right away?

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What the FUCK is this thing, /an/?

I found it on my barbecue. Do I need to contact an exterminator? Is it poisonous? The red legs are creeping me out, I was afraid to touch it.
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No to both of your questions. It's a grasshopper, where the hell do you live where you don't know what a grasshopper is?
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Pretty sure grasshoppers don't have bright red aposematic limbs, chief.
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>>2197205
Better set a massive fire, OP! These are an alien invasive species. They can read your mind and alter your will! Make sure none survive!!!
>faggot

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Ok I hate to be that guy that posts the shittiest picture to be used as identification but I lost sight of this guy. I've never seen a spider like this in my home, mostly common house spiders. He had a dark head and butt and long "feelers" but much lighter legs. Could it be a running spider? Southern ontario.
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>>2197198
>That fucking picture
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>>2197198
Brown recluse
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>>2197198
I wasn't going to make a guess but now I want to just to spite that memeposting teenage retard.

But come the fuck on, what is that picture? Like, Hentzia sp., maybe? The body shape seems wrong but the rest of the description fits.

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I found the next stone that looks like a cow tooth
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>>2197191
Please provide location for context

Not experienced but at first glance it looks like a Brown Recluse fossil
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>>2197241
kek
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>>2197191

I pocket anything that could be magic. I'm very jelly of your tooth stone. Maybe it activates some door in a mountain, or brings a statue to life. Maybe it can lead you to treasure, ward off goblins or holds the spirit of an ancient chieftain.

I have a lot of magic stones, and dote on my treasures often. My friends tease me and call me names, but they dont know how much fun someone can have with a bag of stones. All you need is hope and imagination, which is the only way I get anything anyways. That's the magic.

Are there any fungi that can tense their tendrils?
It'd be cool if their were small dirt creatures which lumbred around powered by a network of fungi, which effectively ate their own bodies.
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Nematophagous fungi lasso and kill/digest nematode worms, that's probably as close as it gets desu
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Some fungi are capable of trapping nematodes
https://microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Nematode_trapping_fungi
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Alright, the real question is, can I breed fungi that make complex structures yet can tense?

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There's no vets in my area, and my turtle eats a lot of protein. Can't get her to eat any vegetables yet but I noticed her shell keeps chipping and leaving these white patches, what do you think?
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>>2197069
You need to take her to a herpatologist, not a vet.
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>>2197069
A cooler is not big enough for the turtle anon
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>>2197085
hey now, she's in a 72L tank

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Are these femoral pores on my baby iguana? Sorry for blurry pic
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>>2196973
Yes but iguana is too small to tell its sex yet.
If they get larger its a male. If they stay that size, female.
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>>2196986
I was told if there wasn't any it was a male but thanks for your time
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>>2196991
Damnit, a lot smaller in adult females than adult males. Just gonna delete the other post- sorry I'm dyslexic.

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I'm not gonna use this, but someone here might : ) I've used them before and can say my Guinea pigs love it
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If you use it please comment and say you did so nobody wastes their time
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Wheek-Wheek!
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>>2196955
I never knew how to describe their sounds but yea that's what it sounds like haha

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Post your animal buddies, coming up is my bearded dragon, Spyro. This Bassett is Davey
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>>2196941
This isn't a picture of her (don't have any) but it looks a lot like her, just needs a bigger chicken beard. Her name is Scruffy.
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>>2197127
Also she doesn't look annoyed 24/7. God I wish I had a picture of her.

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A reminder to look after Goldfish well, and why fish bowls are F.O.E.S:

F- Filtration. In a bowl there is no room for filtration, and goldfish are big waste producers that require powerful filtration.

O-oxygen. The round shape of bowls means that they have very little surface area compared to their volume. This causes a lack of oxygen, and goldfish require a lot of oxygen in the water.

E- Ethics. Would you keep a dog in a room the size of a small bathroom its entire life? No? Then why keep a goldfish in a tiny bowl where it is unable to do any of its natural...
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Great thread OP, I agree.

By the way, this is unrelated and I don't mean to hijack your thread, but your use of "F.O.E.S." reminded me of this great video game series called Etrian Odyssey. The mini-bosses in that games are called FOEs, but I forgot what that stands for in the game.

Anyway, yeah. I love goldfish and I wish people understood that they cannot live well in bowls.
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>>2196844
I already added a part about Bettas/Goldfish or fish in general in bowls to the /aq/ faq. I don't really get why it's still advertised. Goldfish are cheap, yeah, but so are hamsters, but people don't keep hamsters in such horrid conditions or at least not on that scale.

I'm not even a PETA-fag, but I don't see why advertising bowls for anything but inverts shouldn't be banned or regulated in some way. But its not a one sided problem. Pet-Keepers, Pet-Stores, Pet-Product Manufacturers...
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>>2196992
I worked in the pet department of a garden centre for a while. I didnt deal with fish, but I frequently found myself telling people how much SPACE a singular goldfish needed.... and they all promptly ignored me.
such is the way

Are ants bros?
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They're the only insects I kill on sight besides skeeters.
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I like them. I also met someone who REALLY likes them.

>work for a company that rents cabins and rooms
>boring day so i'm just helping out where i can and go to deliver some things to one of the renters in a cabin
>asking how their stay is going
>"everythings great! but we did find an ant in here! there he is"
>points to an ant on the floor and two of her friends that she brought with her just laying...
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>>2196828
Since I live in a flat, they don't bother me at all. They're nice to stop and look at when taking a walk. It's especially fun when you spot a group tending to aphids.

Nuptial flight season is pretty annoying, since it's pretty hard not to step on the queens by mistake when they land everywhere, but it's still pretty nice to witness, especially when it's carpenter ant queens.

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I guess my ghetto ICU didn't work out well. RIP.
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>>2196706
R.I.P. Mr. Spooder
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>>2196706

At least you tried. Im sorry for your loss.
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>>2196706
I would have smashed that bitch if I came over

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So I have a pretty major ant problem. My landlord doesn't seem to care, so I'm taking it into my own hands.

My apartment has a large wooden deck, which is essentially crawling with ants. I can't find a single bed, so I don't know where the source is. I was pretty much ignoring them until they actually started popping up in my bathroom, so I need them out.

Any suggestions? Like I said, I can't find a source, or even just a regular route they use...they're just all over the place.
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drop poison, they carry poison to source kill all
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>>2196687
home depot sells a poison-gel that theyre attracted to. They will pick it up and take it to their nest. Some that even ate it end up dying on the way to the source. We have not had a sight of a single ant in YEARS
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Wait for it to rain, then clean where they were walking inside. They'll lose the scent and stop coming.

Let's take a break from outside and feral cat debating and talk about feral dogs. Most anons probably don't live in areas where they are common sight (neither do I) but I find them fascinating and sad at the same time.

No Dingos allowed.
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I was out on a walk the other day (currently nodoggo) and saw what looked like a young lab mix out on the sidewalk, wearing a collar. Looked pretty agitated, kept walking back and forth across the street (thanfully carless sidestreet).
I whistled and clucked a few times and she took a few steps over, then went back to pacing.
Managed to get close without spooking her, checked the collar. Turned out the address was she was pacing in front of. Knocked on the door to let an old, but surprisingly spry, old lady know that her dog had gotten out. She thanked me and complained...
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