Times you averted pet catastrophes thread. >family is over >cousins and I are hanging out in my room >cat walks in >jumps on my couch and kneads her claws into my arm unit l bleed then falls asleep on my bed >can't punch my cat in the face so I kinniku buster my younger cousin (15) (I'm 20) off of my couch >he holds his neck and cries in pain >other... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>brother is a fine artist >leaves his huge oil painting on the floor while it's drying >dumbass cat walks onto wet painting and sits on it >blue paint all over paws, ass, and tail >cat is very pleased with herself, purring >oil paint is fucking toxic >grab cat and give her a bath in special sweet-smelling soap my brother has specifically to clean up oil... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Earlier I was trying to get my puppy to bring me a toy with the command 'pull' as in bring it over here for a tug of war, she looks at me with a smile and climb around the back of my mum and mouths her ponytail, I tell her leave it, come here.. She does... Mum doesn't have her hair yanked, I feel like my dog can speak English cuz she was gunna pull my mums hair and obeyed me
Does anyone on /an/ have a working dog? Not a working breed, a dog with a job. SAC, Blood dog, Hunting, Coursing, Guarding, Herding, disabled assistance? How did you get your dog started and have you got any advice for people with puppies. Share training tips and stories.
Someone help me pick out an exotic mammal when I move to Oregon soon, I'm having trouble weighing my options. Preferably something that is decent enough on a leash that would enjoy going on walks and whatnot. (No, not in populated areas) I'd also prefer something that doesn't have an absolute fuckload of energy. Something able to be kept loose in a house most of the time is a bonus, but not a necessity.
Right now I'm looking at crested (or north american) porcupines. Also playing around with the idea of a bird, but don't want a parrot. if anyone... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
One of these chaps, fairly large, is somewhere in my room as of last night. Pretty sure its a male huntsman, pic attached looked like it. How practical and how easy would it be to make it my pet? How do I go around luring it into some kind of enclosure without hurting it or me? Would it eventually become friendly to me?
So 1000$ in xrays and ultra sounds and 500$ in blood tests... my cat comes up a clean bill of health.
She has been losing weight rapidly for a while, doesnt eat anything no matter what I try, seems nauseous and out of it sometimes. She old, 15.
Basically - has anyone had something like this happen even when tests say shes fine?What was the end result? I'm at a loss. I thought it was CKD but my vet said only one of her kidneys is with premature signs - its not enough to effect.
Sorry OP, I have to agree with the first response. She's been pretty thoroughly checked out by the sound of it, but sadly at that age sometimes a vet cannot identify one thing that is clearly wrong and can be diagnosed and treated, it's just the accumulated effects of old age and everything wearing down at once. It's not trashy to switch to palliative care for a 15 year old cat once you've eliminated conditions that can be treated, there's no cure-all medication or treatment that will fix something that cannot be diagnosed and is likely not reversible. It sounds like your cat is dying and while it's not unheard of at all for an elderly pet to suddenly pick up and be fine for a few more weeks or months before declining again, there is very little you can do to shape that path besides making them comfortable and trying to tempt them with food and treats.
Cute animal thread. Post your cute animal (pic is not mine, my cat ate my soul). >neighbors get door busted down at 11 at night >wtf is happening >go outside >neighbor in a stereotypical wifebeater being dragged out in cuffs >word gets out that he apparently took a neighbors german shepherd shat on his lawn so he suplexed him on his driveway during the day and killed it >dog's owner... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was watching a calcite vesicle with a magnifying glass and i found this bugs living there. At first i thought that they were termites but from what i've heard they eat wood and not carbonates. The bug in the picture it's 0.05 cm approx and the other one was a bit smaller.
Temperament is highly hereditary. Any animal breeder can tell you how important it is to breed for temperament. There will be a wide variance in offspring but overall they'll be better than a random coupling. You can see this also in experiments such as the Russian fox experiments when fearful or aggressive animals were culled and quickly what remained became friendly and domestic.
You may wonder why nonetheless there will still be more timid animals in a litter of two good temperaments but that's easily accounted for by recessive genes. So kind of roulette.
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Genetics, hormones, nutrition on fetal development, etc. Pregnancy takes a toll on a mother. It's a lot of work for the body and when you have a litter, thats more to go around. Runts get the shit end of the stick, be it from genetics or didn't get enough of what they needed in womb. Such as in dogs, their womb isn't circular like humans but more of a Y shape. Runts usually form the farthest away from the rest of the litter. It's possible the 'pick of the litter' is closer, but I'm just guessing.
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>>1990059 My dog (greyhound) got poisoned before. I let her out for the night and she went into the bedroom to sleep. About an hour later I heard her crashing down the hallway, walking like she was drunk and shaking. This was Christmas night so to the emergency vet we went. When we got there she threw up mightily and kept trying to even when she was empty. The vet sent me home to check the backyard for anything that she may have gotten into. The only thing I found was a frozen piece of meat with what looked like peas in it.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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