>>2028225 I wouldnt do anything to it, your probably gonna kill it. Just try to keep it alive first search up some info about the plant (it looks like a procumbens) and look up some bonsai care on youtube
What's your stance on adopting an older dog? I'm looking into adopting my first dog, and all of the ones I'm interested in are like 5 to 7 years old medium to large size mutts, which just about pegs them as senior dogs. Personally, I'd love to adopt one of them, but I've been told that vet bills skyrocket with senior dogs.
i saw a german tv show lately which stated that the average dog is 6600€ in veterinarian stuff in his lifetime. In total a dog is about 13-14000 € with all expenses. (always thought they were much cheaper.)
I've been advised to get a first dog that's past the puppy stage but before it's a senior, so about 3-4 years. Dogs get old eventually, but I think their logic is that if I got a younger one I'd have a longer time with the dog before I'm swamped in vet bills
Why do you think she used to be a service dog, first off? Because of her separation anxiety? Then no. A trained service dog would not have that anxiety. Service dogs are extensively trained to handle stressful situations, act calm and appropriate.
guys my dog is heavily panting and has her tong all dirty she's been like that for about an hour, what should I do? I can't take her to the vet yet, I'm far from the city, also it's like 95° where I live.
I have a 10 year old cat (pic) that has lived with other cats all her life, until 6 months ago when our other cat had to be put down.
We got a kitten last week and our older cat's reaction is totally unexpected.
Upon spotting the kitten she will hiss and do that low yowling they do when they're threatened but she won't attack. I suspect shes also spraying.
I get that eventually she'll stop being so autistic and get used to the kitten but in the mean time she's scaring the kitten at what I believe may be a vital point in the kitten's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Unfortunately anon the best thing will be to just wait. Cats behave like this many times but then they realize that the newcomer isn't a threat and become friends with him. I have two cats now and my older one behaved like this when we got the other yet now he can't live without him. Whenever the other runs away he's nervous til he comes back and even if the other steals his food he doesn't do anything to him and even purrs sometimes. When he'll get used I assure you he's gonna love him.
Cats aren't dogs. A new kitten is isn't gonna "liven up ol' Bessie." It's just annoying when the last thing your old cat wants to do is play or deal with a rambunctous little brat. Let the old thing live the rest of its life in peace and then get a new kitten.
Hey, I'm bit new on this board, but it would be nice if you guys would help me out.
I'm looking to buy a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog. It doesn't have to be pure breed, but I would like a dog that resembles him as much as possible. I've only saw people selling puppies for 500 EUR, and I don't have that kind of money. I could shill out maximally 100 EUR for the little guy.
If anybody who lives in Slovakia, or nearby, ( or knows a place that could ship me one) could tell me where I could get one for about 100 EUR, I would be most thankful.
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If you can't save up 500 euros, then there's no way you could pay for the vet bills for a medical emergency. I'm not even sure if could pay for food and routine shots and yearly checkups for him. One large dog costs at least $50 a month to feed I the US.
It's cool that you want a dog. But at the moment, you do not have the proper means to take care of one. So if you truly do love them, please make the right decision and wait until you are in a better place financially.
>>2027692 Mutts are awesome, but they aren't always better. My own dog is a bully and lab mix and she's starting to show health problems at a year and a half. Her knees point away from her body and she has a very pronounced limp caused by this when she jogs. Her back end also seems higher than her shoulders, her eyes are sort of cross eyed/go opposite directioms slightly, and Im pretty sure her sense of smell is crap.
Don't get deluded by that old myth of mutts being healthier. Well bred dogs are healthy,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I got a leopard gecko from someone who neglected the fuck out of it. There was a dead one in the cage with the barely living one. I gave the barley living lizard water and hes moving and stuff but hes still skinny as fuck and I wanted to feed him but all the pet stores are closed. Is there anything I can give him that isn't live insects ? just to hold him over? guy said he hasn't eaten in like months hes super skinny
So, a bit of backstory. I'm a male with slight tinnitus, only bothers me when drunk and trying to sleep. My girlfriend and I moved to a new apartment and got a dog, a short coated chihuahua. After a while I noticed a high pitched sound when I laid down in bed.
At first I thought it was tinnitus but that was quickly dismissed as it went away when I turned my head slightly. It was a pretty low tolerance on angle before it went away. Made sense to think it was coilwhine from a powersupply or something and again I dismissed it. Then this evening I laid down on the sofa... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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