Alaskan Malamute or Siberian Husky?
Where do you draw the line, /an/?
I'm practically a neet and I feel like I need a pet to look after. Something cute and fun! Also can't just shit everywhere in my parents' house.
Thanks in advance!
Wake up one night and see this in your kitchen. What do you do?
Why did he put it back? :3
It's what I thought too you smarty smart ass but it takes 3 minutes to empty the whole thing, that's not advantageous at all.
It really looke like he's ''It's chill bro, I'll just put it back''
Look, all I know is I did the same thing to a snake once. I saw a snake swallowing a toad in my flower bed with just the legs sticking out. I squatted down to watch and must have triggered some response, because the snake spent the next few minutes regurgitating the entire toad and then slithered off. There's some sort of instinctive response occurring here and it's not "oh deary me, I got caught eating out of the bird feeder. I'm so embarrassed."
Shit guys, found this little crowbro by the side of the road, probably hit by a car.
Do you know of any way to fix him up or is he too far into snap city to ever squat again?
The wound seems shallow, but dat leg is fucked up.
>tfw if I save him I'll have a new crow bro to make gains along with
By the way his parents are outside watching thr house since I took him in. Two adult city crows, just standing outside on a tree and watching.
African Grey > Indian Ringneck > Macaws > Eclectus > Cockatiel = Conures = Quaker Parrot > Lovebird = Parrotlet > Budgie >>>> Cockatoos
Feel free to discuss this (i know some species are missing but i cant be bothered)
i don't own one but my friend does and i did some research. from what ive gathered they are
>affictionate but not too needy
>good talkers usually
also they arent so big so theyre easier to maintain than, say, an african grey, but they arent too small either, theyre just the right size imho. Also i personally find them very cute and aesthetically pleasing. thats why i put them up there
>Was looking into getting first bird
>Was thinking either African Grey or Eclectus, but figured a Grey would be better as a first time bird since the Eclectus seem to be a bit more demanding
>Prowl Craigslist for a while, an African Grey pops up in need of a home
>Long story short get scammed out of $450
>Back to square 1, but now with a big-ass cage and toys I bought for said bird
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What breed is that? Looks so cute
He's been itching his ear a lot.
Is this fleas? He's an indoor cat but my second cat goes out.
This same thread probably gets posted a few times a week.
My girlfriend has two conures, a green cheek (pic related) and a sun conure.
Over the past couple of months, the green cheek has been plucking his belly feathers, and they're turning into this grey fluff (see pic).
Does anyone know what's going on, or what to do?
Here is a picture of him before he started plucking his feathers
feather plucking could be a sign of boredom or unhappiness, something could also be wrong take the bird to the vet to rule out any health issues, buy it some toys, get it some foraging stuff, keep it engaged and give it extra attention
Hey /an/, femanon here. I there is a spider on the wall next to my bed and i have no idea how to get rid of it. I have arachnophobia so no way i'm letting that thing get near my hand. It's not that big, but definetely bigger than your casual housespider. Help me /an/, it'l almost 1AM where i live and i really want to sleep. Pic related, it's the spider.
it disappeared. I went ahead to answer anon and it's gone
In a couple hours we're going to put my kitty Oreo to sleep. She's about 14 years old, she has recently gone completely blind, and has also not been eating or drinking for the past few days and she has gotten weaker.
I love her so much, I'm going to stay with her through the whole procedure like how she has been by my side through the tough times in my life..
Rest In Peace, Oreo
I love you
I have a ten year old cat. She's amazing, in great physical health, and a sweetheart.
She has always been skittish around strangers from day one. It used to be that she would go an hide when the doorbell rang, or when someone she wasn't familiar with came over, but that shit changed drastically a couple years ago.
Our neighbor rang the doorbell one day, and the cat went absolutely batshit insane. Hissing, screaming, claws out, puffed out tail, would take it out on me when I tried to pick her up, the whole nine yards. It was completely out of left field,...
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So yeah, just wanted to get some thoughts on this. Anyone here experienced anything similar?
Pic related, it's her guarding me from the evil doorbell.
/adv/ wouldn't help me so I hope you guys will, Is this a spider bite? It hurts a little bit and I feel sick but i've always had bad anxiety and am really panicking now so it could be that, Any suggestions?
Hey /an/ I'm new here but I have a question.
I have a dog named bowie, who is a mutt (husky/Australian shep). I've had Bowie for about a year and he's very friendly with other dogs (training/daycare/etc). I recently moved in with one of my friends who has a dog named PJ (coonhound/blue heeler). PJ is the same way, good with other dogs, well trained, etc.
Lately we've been having issues with food. They both get super defensive over the smallest crumb and get into fights with eachother, any suggestions on how we can help them get a long?
hand feed them, have them sit before every meal. separate them when you're feeding them. when you see them engaging in that sort of behaviour break it up and redirect their attention to something more positive