Hey /an/. I'm thinking about picking up a 20 gallon long aquarium from a friend [pic related]. He recently upgraded and no longer needs the tank. Included will be a ~$40 heat mat and some other reptile accessories.
Any ideas on what I should put in there? I'm open to fish too, just trying to decide between a reptile, fish, or some other pet.
so I was cleaning out my turtle tank and found 3 turtle eggs in the water, one was broken two were okay but they were green. how bad is this? is there a chance they will survive? I'm buying Vermiculite soil in the morning,that's what some website said I should do
>>2086031 Wattlebird. You can identify the species more precisely by any splashes of color on his 'cheek's / tail. If plain it's probably a Little Wattlebird.
There's a carpark near the river here, where one of these little guys will swoop down and check your windscreen and mirrors for cobwebs / bugs. Still not sure if it's the same one each time or if a common learned behavior.
Hi /an/. I do regular outdoor service work in a certain area and as such have gotten to know a lot of the neighborhood's people and pets over the years. One cat in particular is super friendly and loving to me and always comes trotting excitedly over to me if she's outside when my car pulls up.
I've seen her a few times now since the snow melted and she seems to be in pain. She was always vocal but now she really yowls, especially when she scratches at her ears - which she does a lot. One day I noticed she'd scratched one until it bled inside. I mentioned... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Work is forcing me to relocate. Have reptilian family members that cant be left behind. From southern California to upper state Washington. How can I transport them safely and as stress free as possible?
the little shits are gonna be stressed as FUCK no matter what you do. Unless you find a way to keep their transport tank motionless while driving enjoy the thunking noises their shells make when they try and escape every 3 seconds.
I will tell you that you should feed a staple diet of commercial pellets supplemented with whatever's best for that species. Regardless of what you feed as a staple, you NEED to supplement their diet with fresh shit just like any other animal. If you're not capable of directing yourself to austin's turtle page via a basic google search to find the rest of what you need, you're probably too incompetent to care for them in the first place.
Did stygimoloch had feathers or not? I mean is there any evidence? I need to draw him for job but dont want to make anyone butthurt because its one of my favorite dinosaurs and i prefer oderl picrelated version YET i also want him be closer to realistic version. But i see some DA-tier artists draw him in feathers. I couldn't find any articles that saying this species having feathers...So... I guess its ok don't draw feathers on Stygimoloch/Pachy line?
>>2086157 >The aim was to create an animal capable of higher wool production than the llama, with the size and strength of a camel and a cooperative temperament. >Much like camels, camas are herbivores that eat shrubs and other plant matter. They can drink large amounts of water at a time, then survive with little or no water for long periods. > He was also a behavioral disappointment, displaying an extremely poor temperament. A more recent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My aloe Marty has lost three of his lower limbs in the past year. They seem to kind of rot away at the joint and become so loose they're easily detached. What am I doing wrong? Is the dirt too high? Too much water? Please help, he is family.
One of our neighboors roosters had flewn over our fence two days ago and it is refusing to leave. It has the most shrill voice you can imagine, and he's been screaming right under my fucking bedroom window every single day from 3AM to 9AM without pause. At this point, I'm ready to maim somebody.
What am I supposed to do with it? I don't even know which fence to threw it over, if I even caught it. Literally all of our neighbors have these pests- it could be anyone's. Can't I just snap it's neck and threw it in the garbage?
Just put it in your front yard. Its not your responsibility and its their fault it got out. If you are kind, you could go door to door and ask, but the easiest thing to do is just put it in your front yard and hope it works itself out.
Cat and dog question I guess. We used to give our labrador Comfortis after giving up on that Revolution stuff you put on their necks. She used to get fleas really bad from lying under the house. New dog, same story.
Found a couple of fleas on our five month old kelpie, went to go order some Comfortis online and a bunch of people complaining "my cat/dog died of liver failure" in the reviews.
Any recommendations? What flea treatments do you use on your pets?
How about instead of poisoning your dog you just give it regular baths you fucking degenerate.
Those posts about liver failure is no fucking joke. Some dogs are deathly allergic to the chemicals. Some aren't. If you don't care about if your dog dies so you don't have to give it a bath because you're a lazy fuck then go ahead. Poison your dog. You're the only person who is going to care at the end of the day.
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