My parents got a 3 Caucasian ShepherdX (I'm thinking it's crossed with a Sarplaninac) a couple of months back. They were originally just going to pick up one of it's puppies (which is half St. Bernard) but the breeder was new to breeding and the Cacausian had a bad infection in her nipples. The breeder was lost on what to do with her. My parents took the bitch and her puppy. They rid her of her infection.
Most of the time, the dog is calm and well behaved. There are, however, some things that have me worried.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2196559 That's the thing. The dog is usually great with people it knows, and when properly greeted by new people she's good with them. She also listens to most orders, although she chooses not to listen sometimes (I always view this as a slippery slope, 100% obedience I believe is key to maintaining alpha status.
She is also calm most of the time, and will usually give dogs a warning if they over-step their bounds. It was only the one time so far that she did anything past growling.
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>>2196496 There's like 600 reviews on amazon compared to like 20 people that come to this board and 3 which will respond. Just do your own fucking research instead of trying to see if anyone on the board has one you dong knocker.
I'm thinking about adopting a kitten, but I currently live at home and my parents have a 7 year old cat and I've been thinking the kitten might get used to having a playmate and once I move out (within the next few months) it might cause him to feel lonely no longer having a friend. So should I adopt 2 kittens? I'm not sure how my roommates would feel about me having 2 cats but I don't want the kitty to feel lonely when I'm at work.
Also, I don't have any preferred breed but aren't orange tabby cats the most social?
What is this? Found it in some lake water I pulled with milfoil and duckweed to observe. So far I also believe I have Dikerogammarus Villous which I'll try to get a pic but they're very very tiny. I'm in south east Michigan by the way.
Animals, vegetables, minerals, if you don't know what they are post them here (except minerals).
I'm seeing 3 or 4 different threads in the catalogue asking for ID of a plant or animal so hopefully a general thread for these questions will clean stuff like that up for a while.
I'll start with a question of my own. Pic related has been growing in gravel in my parent's back yard for the last 5 months or so. It's about 10 ft tall now, and the stem and leaves are covered in tiny, soft, oily hairs. It's growing right underneath where my parents keep a compost bin on their deck so I'm guessing the seeds came from there.
She is 70 years old and her husband died. All she has is probably this dog, and she is obviously too old and frailnto walk it herself. So of course she is going to be unreasonable and obsessive about it. It's annoying but from reading this frankly I'm glad she will spend money on it at all. It's not your dog whether or not you fell I'm love with it. Do what you do and if you get fired who gives a shit. The dog will be fine without you either way. With you gone she will find someone else. Keep her happy and you might inherit the dog when she dies.
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Looks like a Doberman but too broad for one. Canis panther, probably? Don't bother though. It's not a real breed and the creators of them have gone through many issues with high aggression and behavioral issues in general to the point where they stopped selling them for awhile. Last time I checked they wiped that information from their website.
There aren't many plants that handle very low-light conditions for a long time, even the indoor shade plants generally need more light than an office provides. Even fewer of those stay very small. So regardless of what you get, expect to have to replace it on the fairly regular unless you also invest in a lightsource.
Air plants do pretty well, succulents such as the zebra plant stay pretty small, and on the larger end lavender generally handles being indoors well.
Has anyone ever shipped a pet before? I'm going to be moving next year and I have a cat that I want to take with me, and I'm trying to explore other options besides taking him on the drive with me, since it's going to be about a 2500 mile drive.
How much does it usually cost? Are there any services worth recommending? Or should I just take him with me and try to find pet-friendly hotels along the way?
>>2195858 When I moved last year I just took him with me in a Pet Taxi, but that was a straight shot trip, about 10 hours. I stopped and let him out regularly of course, but for most of the actual driving he just slept through it.
This next move will be like three days, and at least two of those I'll be stopping and staying in a hotel.
Hey /an/, my sister got a shelter dog 2 months ago, he's around 8-9 months old, some sort of lab-hound-pit plus other shit mix. He's the one on the right his name is Rai. He's been about that size since we got him.
My Dad had been bitching about this free husky puppy he could score for free from a cousin's friend and went ahead and got him yesterday. His name is Hyoga, hes 10 weeks exactly today.
These two are me and my sister's first dogs ever, and the first time my parents ever own more than one dog, or one that small for that matter.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I wasn't there, but my parents had Hyoga in the car after just picking him up, my sister brought up Rai several houses up the neighborhood. Apperently Hyoga was really afraid at first, and Rai very excited (but Rai gets really excited at the sight of any dog). Hyoga was hugging the ground and my sis kept Rai from Hyoga until Hyoga went up to him. I don't know anything other than that since I wasn't there.
According to my dad, he heard Rai going around Hyoga's kennel for at least 3 hours... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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