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My ex gf's dog he was really cool and fluffy
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I miss my ex's parent's dog. I also miss his parents. They were cool. Shame about their son
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>>2125978
Picture of dog or GTFO
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My ex's family's schnauzer. She got away with bossing them around too much but she was very smart, soft, photogenic, and always eager for walks!

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Ok, /an/.
Nala or Coffee?
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I'm guessing Nala is the one on the right?
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Yes.
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>>2125936
Hard to pick, both are cute.

The one on the left is prettier, but the one on the right looks more playful

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Sup /an/ I found this caterpillar and wanna keep him. Anyone know what he is?
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>>2125842
tentworm
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Tiger moth of some species probably. Try to feed it plants near where you found it, but luckily tiger moths tend to be generalists and eat many types
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set it free

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Anyone know what this tree is? (Inside bark it is super smooth)
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Savage. Buds/leaves photos?
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One sec
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Those are the leaves

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We just adopted a 3 month old male kitten and we already have a 3 year old female cat. Do you guys have any tips to make them best friends? The kitten is currently in my sister's room and he already seems extremely comfortable, smelling us, meowing and exploring the whole room. They didn't directly meet each other but my cat was hissing at him a little under the door but she didn't try to attack him from under the door or anything. Also, he got sterilized just yesterday.

What would be the next step?
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>>2125748
>We just adopted a 3 month old male kitten

I'm sorry for your loss. Better luck next round.
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>>2125767
Please stop being a faggot and explain, thanks.
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>>2125748
Cats hate just about everyone and everything. If the grown bitch doesn't like him, she never will.

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What kind of snail is this? Found in Texas.
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>>2125687
The slimy Texan kind.
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>>2125687
A cute one
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A snail

Hey /an/. I am currently writing a book which will take place in a desert. Can you recommend any documentaries (singles or series) about them? Where they go into flora/fauna but also into some kind of tribes and most importantly how to stay alive if you would get lost in one? Did discovery chanel/national geographic did something decent about them?

would be great!
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Attenborough did some good docs about the desert, try his Living Planet series and the desert seas episode.
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Watch "Africa", its on netflix and has an entire episode dedicated to the Sahara

There are some ants that live there that are silver, its pretty cool
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>tfw deserts have more biodiversity than forests in western-europe.

a-a-atleast we still have 15% of our biodiversity left r-right g-guys?

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For context, I live in a villa once used as a sanitorium. The complex consists of around 15 villas and many more smaller domiciles. Recently a friend and I went on a walk and found plenty of interesting flora. Chiefly the fungi I will begin dumping.
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>>2125216
2/18
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>>2125216
3/18
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>>2125216
4/18

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Good names for a new puppy? Hunting dog if that helps. Don't want them to be generic. Help me out!
>pic related
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>>2125199
Pendejo
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Theopold Wondersnuggles
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>>2125199
Got this from Dog Name Generator:
If F/ Huntress
If M/ J├Ąger

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Hey guys, can you help me on what breed this kitten is?

My cousin just rescued it from a river a few hours ago, and he wants to give it as a gift. She's a stray and is recovering well (thank God)

Sorry if the image is terrible, I can't get any more from him today
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Domestic longhair. Little cutie though, hope she does well. Also, pets as gifts almost never works out, I highly recommend against it.
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Never give animals as gifts unless it's been already in planning. Like giving a child as a "gift".

Good luck.
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Agreeing with both the Domestic Longhair and don't give it as a gift

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anyone else wish he would die already?
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No? He's pretty entertaining.
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>>2125047
yea like in the mtv jackass way, grow up
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>>2125049
>Telling other people to grow up just because they don't like what you like

HYPOCRITE

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How the fuck can I get rid of crows?

They are constantly shitting on my car non stop. It doesnt even make sense to clean it any more with how much they are shitting.

I'm desperately trying to find pic related, but everyone acts like all other strategies dont work.
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>>2124885

i live in the suburbs, i dont really have space for one
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>>2124915
make space

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Whats the best kind of leash for walking a medium to large dog?

Anybody use European/police style leashes?
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>>2124741
if you consider the one in the pic European or police style, then yes, I use some of these
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The trick is in the collar, not in the leash.

For collars, I really really like martingales. It has just enough bite to correct little problems and keep them from slipping loose of their collars. Prong collars are awesome for training, but if you have to use them more than a month, there is either a problem with you or with your dog. Figure out which. Choke collars are like ghetto martingales, and constrict way too tight. If you have a 1/2" thick chain, it will dig into the neck. A 1.5" nylon strip will apply pressure but not brutally choke the poor things. If they need that much correction, get a prong collar. Same effect and won't truly damage them.

I have 2 dogs, both over 150lb (Great Pyrs), and I use 6ft leash by Primal Pet Gear. One hand is wrapped around the handle to make sure it can't be dropped, the other is guided by the other hand for control of the dog.

A retractable gives you no control and those leashes are terrible all around. The people that use those don't have any control over their pets. The dogs have never been taught to walk on a leash, otherwise a 25' retractable leash would be pointless because the dog would be nearby them at all times.

.... on a side note, I do recommend those Primal Pet Gear leashes. We have 4. Best leashes I've ever owned. ASIN: B0146913BU.
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>>2125039
I use a retractable now that my dog is trained for a proper leash (he had never been walked despite being almost 2). I keep him on a harness and he walks by my side most of the time. He isn't allowed off-leash because he is a runner and might not come back for an hour or two.

I have the long retractable because the shelter lied and said that he was low energy when we got him. I have weak lungs so I can't run with him but the longer leash allows him to run a bit when I give him the okay. The leash is about 26 feet long so he can run a nice bit

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Why is it always happy?
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>>2124716
so kawaii
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it has given up
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>>2124716
Because it's swimming in cash after entering a deal with the Australian Tourist Board to rip off attention whore Instagram-addicted gap-year millennials

The local shelter threw an adoption event after some hoarder got busted. There was a litter of about seven puppies around 10 weeks old and I couldn't resist. Anyway, he's absolutely wonderful, and everything, but apparently he had never been taken out of his kennel his whole time with her.

Pros: He goes into the kennel without a fuss every time I give him the command to, and never cries or freaks out about it.

Cons: He can't seem to recognize the kennel isn't the damn indoor toilet anymore. He's even started to develop hot spots from...
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Dude, he's a puppy! Why the fuck do you have a -puppy- if you have to crate it AND you're working? You weren't ready for one, and you're making him lose out on an important learning period in his life.

Either taking some time off work to deal with him, or give him to someone who can take care of him.
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>>2124631
Never said anything about working, bruh. Stick to the thread.

Also, how is crating him at night as a puppy different than people who crate their dogs at night during any time in their life?

What mental backflips did you have to go through to translate ''he's in the crate at night and when I leave the house'' into ''he's always in the crate and I need him to learn to stop pooping ever''?
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>>2124643
Not him, but why do people put their dogs in crates at all? I grew up with multiple dogs and have a dog of my own now. I don't even have a crate nor any idea why I would need one.

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