Anyone else /vultureculture/? Share your stories Here's one of mine, it happened during my senior year of high school >lived in wooded area before going to college >lots of whitetail deer >walking home >see something red in the woods >it's a dead buck >recently deceased, good condition, some scavengers had already starting picking at its butt but it was otherwise intact Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2034779 I pulled it onto my property so it WOULDN'T disappear. I wanted to bury it or attempt cold water mastication (had a lake and dock) believe me, but even digging a shallow grave for something so big is a lot of work and there was no way to me to easily create a container for it so I could hang it off the dock. Also you need a box to bury corpses in to make sure the bones don't get lost and I didn't have a deer sized box.
CUTEST OF CRAIGSLIST/PETFINDER THREAD Go on petfinder and find the one bby you'd actually want to adopt.
Meetin' and greetin' this big loaf of hair within the week. Thoughts on breed mix? Seems Irish Wolfhound-ish, he's 100+lbs. They're saying he's mixed with Great Pyrenees which idk where they're getting that from but yeah. His name is Amos, which idk what I'd change to if I actually got him. Something Irish or appropriate for such a big scruffy dog. All in all I just want to show off how big and cute he is.
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in the shelter I'm at, GSDs are always the most neurotic shitty dogs. the puppies we get in are fine, but only one over 6 months wasn't this way. that's pretty standard for them here as well
rotties are pretty much the same as GSDs around here but less common. just got one in yesterday who is probably the scariest dog I've ever seen. he's the only dog we've had that I'm actually afraid to even walk by his kennel
dobermans are usually pretty chill in my experience
that being said, I think dobermans are the least healthy,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
When I worked at a vet hospital, most of the highly aggressive dogs were GSDs, and GSDs were only a very small fraction of the canine patients we saw. It's ridiculous how many of them were neurotic shitheads.
Every doberman and rottweiler I've met were absolute sweethearts. Rottweilers were all either really aloof or goofy, and dobermans seem to be really clingy with their owners.
GSDs are very versatile, but the typical GSD personality I've seen makes me think the average pet GSD is shit-tier. Rottweilers seem to get fat really easily, but are big... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Take abandoned, injured rabbit to humane society >"Call animal services" >Call animal services >"Call your local vet' >Call my local vet >"Give us 200 shekels to examine ur rabbit goyim also call local rabbit shelter" >Call local rabbit shelter >hurr durr long answering machine message essentially... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2042359 She's injured, numbnuts. Who the fuck is going to take an injured rabbit? I figured that's what animal shelters and veterinarian clinics were for, but I guess profit profit profit is the only thing on the agenda for even the so called "non-profit organizations".
I have to powder her ass again later tonight because the people that "kept" her kept her locked up like that for so long the shit encrusted in her bottom. She's so unused to walking properly I'm not certain her... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
im looking for a pet to be my companion. low maintenance as it can get. good health. affectionate, cuddly and playful but is ok when im silent. not attention seeking or too curious. is not noisy. is submissive to my simple commands i.e not a stubborn pain in the ass but it doesnt need to learn anything more than that. apartment life. so would love a bigger dog but no much space and they sound more high maintenance. i did research and quizzes etc. considering cats now mostly but still not sure. also hypoallergenic.
breeds im considering... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2041837 affectionate introvert here. normally am a dog person but might not be able to give it needed external stimulation. thats why considering cats. obedient as in not going against my will, but i dont expect it to do anything more. dont need much playfulness either
>taking a walk to petco to get crickets >birds, hamsters, and mice and shit are all healthy and lively >half the fish are quarantined, 'under observation' >reptiles are all sickly looking >bearded dragons and gecko tanks full of that 'calci-sand' bullshit >iguana's nose is all scarred/torn up from constantly rubbing on its tank wall >tortoises... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>go to local petshop >90% of their reptiles enclosures consist soley of a water bowl >Brazillian Rainbow Boa constantly soaking in it's waterbowl with it's enclosures humidity being somewhere around 30% >puppies kept in glass tanks on display with giant water drippers as if their rabbits >up to 50 rats in a 20gl aquarium (just saw a rat missing its' ears the other day)
On top of that all, I just... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /an/, I got Daisy just last night from a rescue shelter. She hasn't eaten all day and I can here her stomach growling. I also have an 11 year old dominant beagle. Could my older dog affect her eating? How do I get her to eat?
Just realized that nuggets are the veal of poultry.
If you abstain from veal but not the nug of chicken, then you are inconsistent/dishonest about your views. (Disclaimer: I know that the logical end of this entire argument is to abstain from meat period, but I'm just interested in this one point about why people choose to abstain from just one instance of baby animals made into food and not all)
>>2041381 Basically, if you don't eat veal because it's a cruel product on the basis of the meat coming from a calf, then wouldn't you also think chicken nuggets are cruel because they're made from chicks? Seems like people make the distinction more about veal and not chicken nuggets despite the products being similar in their origin.
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