So I've been looking for a dog for the past three months, but I can't decide on a breed, and I need some input/advice from people with personal experience. I've decided on a couple of things though.
>Male Puppy that has been sufficiently nurtured by his mother and siblings as well as socialized with kids. >Neutering will happen at 12-15 months. (Which many vets and dog trainers encourages to prevent testicular cancer and unwanted agressive and sexual behaviour.) >Medium... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Stubborn dogs are a pain in the ass, and huskies can be particularly destructive.
Malamutes are more long-distance slow-joggers than sprinters, so you should bear that in mind.
Both malamutes and huskies are notorious for having unreliable recall and high prey drives. So they'll either be excellent tethered campers/explorers/whatever, or nightmares that you're going to lose some place and end up having it shot for looking wolfy. Which happens more than you'd think, depending on your location.
With German Shepherds and Malamutes, you've... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
ITT: go to your local section of craigslist and post whatever human garbage you find
+10 points for every hundred dollars +10 points for "AKC registered" +10 points for "contact for pictures" or "contact for rehoming fee" +25 points for made-up hybrid names (chiweenie, schorkiepoo, etc.) +25 points for pictures of the dog in clearly unclean, shitty conditions +50 points for "I paid $____ for him" and the implication that they are taking a loss +50 points for "champion bloodline" +500 points for "wolf... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2036749 Back in Ethiopia we used to keep a couple monkeys around. They came from the wild, but everyday they'd show up expecting food and we'd give it to them. We occasionally let them sleep at our balcony, where we'd have a nice campout. They used to beat up on my little brother whenever he tried doing something retarded, it was pretty funny. Man I miss those days.
Ruminants will graze on cannabis plants. I'm sure they sometimes do get high. The whole "you have to decarboxylate weed to get any effect" from it is wrong. There are active cannabinoids even in raw weed. If you don't believe me just eat 3, 4 grams of it yourself on an empty stomach and tell me you didn't get high. Spoiler alert, you will.
Disclaimer: In no way am I encouraging or condoning illegal activity of any kind.
*DONT BLOW IT IN THEIR FACES Animals dont take to being high like you do. If you surprise them with it they will be scared and paniky till they come down. However if you have a cat cannabis is in the same family as catnip so they will try to eat it. Dogs will eat you stems(and whole nugs if you leave them out). When they do this they know they are getting high. Animals do like it but they are also really dumb and don't know their limit and getting them "baked" is borderline abuse because of how scared they can get.
Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.
Google is your friend. Feel free to ask questions but know that there are a lot of resources out there that could answer your question a lot faster and accurately than /an/.
Make sure to include these things in your post before asking because we can't help you if we don't have the full picture: -tank size -parameters -any and all inhabitants + how long you've... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My friend had two hamsters that lived together for like 4 years. And one day the one just randomly decided to kill the other. My friend prefers to phrase it as "HE JUST ATE THE OTHER ONE." She was afraid of the remaining hamster until it died. Yeah...I guess she didn't know much about hamsters.
One of my dogs was at the shelter because he was a chicken killer. The neighbors threatened to kill him the next time they saw him so the owners dumped him at the pound. While I had him he killed two cats neither of which were mine. One was a kitten somebody dumped at the park and he found it in the weeds before I saw it. Felt like shit but really couldn't blame the dog for being a dog. Second was a full grown adult cat that thought it would be a good idea to jump into my fenced in yard with my dogs in it. Not 100% sure which one killed that one but again couldn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Had that happen a long time ago. I had a couple of gopher snakes sharing a 4x2 cage and the bigger one was being a really shy eater. Got a live rat just for him, and the smaller snake stabbed it's head out from under the side of the hide and grabbed the rat. The rat was too big for him to eat safely, so I had to tear it away. This did not go well for the rat.
... long story short, I took it out on the patio table and cut it's head off with a kitchen knife. It's the best I could do on short notice.
>>2054036 I don't think that that many people seriously advise 10-12 weeks. The reason why you wait at least 8 weeks though is partly for physical development and partly because it's a period of socialization where among many other things the puppy learns that hard biting fucking hurts and that you shouldn't do it
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