so this is what happened, i saw my plants two days ago, theyre usually behind my curtains, so i dont see them, i checked them out this morning, and I saw the cute large mushroom, I went to work, came back 7 hours later, and it was dried up, I checked the other pots and they had 3 died up mushrooms, I hadnt seen any of this 2 days ago, and the mushroom is 2.5 inches tall
>>2175750 Maybe I'm just retarded and is clueless as to how reproductive systems work in non-human creatures, but why do male rodents have such huge testicles? It looks cumbersome and almost painful just to see them walk around. They don't need to be that big, do they?
This is the setup I just finished getting put in and cycled. It's my dresser and I just took out the shelf where the 10 gallon tank is and cut a hole in the back to run wires.How does it look? Also general aquarium and fish keeping thread.
>>2175502 mofos are gonna tell you to get rid of the "tacky" gravel/decorations/plants, but if you can keep w/e fish you have, well, good for you. Not sure what you have but, it looks like you cleaned out wal-mart's fish section. Just try to get some better food, and some better pics!
I am thinking about getting two ferrets. However a friend tells me i shouldn't do that because if its a male and female they will breed and a male and a male would attack/kill each other.
never owned one before but i think they are cute pets to have that seem to be very playful, so could i get tips about owning ferrets, what type of food to buy, what the best cage for two ferrets would be, pretty much just the basics?
Ferrets are a huge commitment. They require hours of out of cage socialization and playtime every day as well as a ferret proofed home as they like to chew and dig through everything. Honestly I wouldn't recommend ferrets to someone who doesn't already "know the basics" because you obviously don't know what you're getting yourself into and it's probably going to end bad for you and the ferrets no offense.
hey guys so im staying at my gradparents for the night and whenever i stay i worry about the neighbour's animals (this is as real bad neighbourhood and not many pets make it long here), he neglects them and ive seen him beat them before. ive never seen food or water in the yard. today i heard the dogs barking a lot more than usual, and found one of them (who is always tied up) has tangled themselves somehow and cant get away (will post a link to video after its done uploading) I've asked my grandma if we should call someone (we've called the RSPCA and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
update: jumped the fence to see what the actual situation with the leash was. she is very deliberately kept on that leash (which is only about 1 meter long) and there's no way i can see to get it off without cutting through it both dogs are friendly and very much want some love both are skinny and have claws that are far too long, and though both are girls i think one of them may have been pregnant and had a miscarriage (her teats were very swollen last time i saw her, but now they've deflated slightly) the yard is absolutely littered with shit and torn... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /an/ so I'm taking care of my parent's 10 month old Siberian Husky as it's become way too intense for them. I didn't have any issues with him for a week but then he started going crazy on the walks. Jumping and biting the leash and just going crazy time, I can't stop him most of the time but I somehow get to calm him before returning home.
We take him for a walk at 7am for about 30mins then another 30mins walk at noon and two more around 6pm and 10pm before sleep.
He's clearly not trained and won't care for his crate, on... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2175335 They are some sort of wild duck, in my area we call them "mute ducks" because they are not noisy like the other ones...you have there one that was hatched for selling because it's white, the normal ones are black with white spots on them, they grow pretty large and peoples keep them for eating generraly
So my girlfriend and I are trying to decide what kind of dog to get. We're looking for a breed that's friendly and doesn't require a lot of exercise to stay healthy because in all honesty we just don't wanna do that. Preferably a medium to large sized dog as we've owned small our whole lives and would like a big teddy.
>>2175202 we've talked about rescuing whatever and it's really looking like that's what we're gonna do. It just seems like with breeds you've got a better understanding of what you're getting into and what exactly the dog needs.
>>2175210 petfinder.com or adoptapet.com This will help you research the animal easily and be able to discuss it with your SO. That's how I found Amos and within like 2 days I had him at home, shy about climbing on furniture and playing with my other shelter mutt. Or just go directly to a shelter if you can stand walking past all those sweet faces and not becoming a hoarder that very instant or making a decision based on emotion/impulse.
Either way, they will tell you it is this or that breed or mix,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2175190 Combination of hunting by humans and climate change; Which one was more significant depends on what and where specifically you're looking at. For instance, a big much of Australian megafauna went extinct tens of thousands of years before the climate shifted, but only a few millennia after humans arrived. Most other places, they might've been able to survive the climate changes (not necessarily easily though), but the added predation pressure was too much. Interestingly, Africa, which had comparatively less... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Stray had babies in my backyard, been taking care of them since they were born. I brought this baby in, and she's been fine except today her stomach began getting bloated. I suspect either worms or blockage. She tried pooping but it seems she is constipated and in pain. I'm taking her to the vet in an hour or two when my mom comes back with my car. What can I do to make her comfortable in the meantime?
I've had mine for 11 years and I could not have asked for a better dog. Very smart, very good with kids and other animals. Mine is getting a little older now but he doesn't have any health problems and hes as energetic as ever. Downsides to my dog are small but include:
Occasionally knocks over the small trash can near my computer if I leave him at home alone for too long; won't go out if the grass is wet, he'll just hold it; Constantly wants attention which is great except for when I want to watch TV, take a nap, etc; hair everywhere all the time.
>>2175107 I just adopted a 3 year old. They have to run at least 3-4 days a week or they will never be satisfied. So with that, have a big fences in yard or be prepared to leash up and run with the dog. Very smart and loving and loyal, otherwise.
Hi /an/, I've got an elderly cat that's likely to pass on soon (desu we're amazed she's still alive and in such good condition, she's had cancer of the gut for years now and needs steroids to have an appetite).
I've been thinking about fostering or adopting another older cat once she passes, and I was wondering if anyone had any advice on where to look and how to spot certain behavioral patterns.
I figure I'll just go to a shelter and see which older cats are friendly enough to say hi, but I'd appreciate any advice. I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2174981 >I figure I'll just go to a shelter and see which older cats are friendly enough to say hi Pretty much do this is all I can say, Old cats tend to be chill and crave attention. Go into the shelter and find one that looks for your attention, avoid the shy ones but those too can turn out to be friendly once trusting.
You will probably have a better time with a cat that is friendly from the start though. Fair play for being interested in an elderly cat, they donb't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey! My cat give birth to five little cats last month, its almost time to give the kitties in adoption My question is ¿The mother should see when i take one from her? Or i have to take it without her around? She isnt agresive and let me grab the kitties with no harm.
OK /an/ I am freaking out. I have a snail problem, not a bad problem but I can't figure out what's going on.
I have 4 mystery snails, 2 yellow. A dark brown with spots and a dark brown nearly black with stripes. I have had them nearly 3 months.
I figured they were all male and split them up and everything was fine...until a few weeks ago when I found a 5th snail in my big tank. No worries I thought, they miscounted at PetSmart. Or I just didn't notice it. I scooped it into my small tank where it would fit. Now I realize that it isn't a mystery... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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