• My boyfriend is very mean to my dog, what should I do?

    Me and my boyfriend have recently moved in together , i have a 120 pound Rottweiler, that he loved until we started to live together. He yells at him for no reason, calls him a dumb *** , an asshole, always yanks his leash super hard and complains when he has to be taken out to uses the bathroom (he only takes him... show more
    Me and my boyfriend have recently moved in together , i have a 120 pound Rottweiler, that he loved until we started to live together. He yells at him for no reason, calls him a dumb *** , an asshole, always yanks his leash super hard and complains when he has to be taken out to uses the bathroom (he only takes him out in the morning before he goes to work , and I take care of the other times because he is my dog) my rott is a big dog but he acts absolutely terrified of my boyfriend, he swears he never hits him, but I don’t believe it. We’ve gotten in many arguments about how he treats him and when I confront him he’s like “you don’t understand how annoying he!!” One time he took him out to go potty and I literally could hear him yelling at him from upstairs saying “go to the ******* bathroom !! You are so ******* stupid” and it just went on and on and my dog come back inside scared and shaking. I asked my boyfriend why he was yelling at him and calling him stupid , and he said because my dog accidentally peed on his own foot...my dog is so scared of him that he pees himself ...But my dog is the sweetest Most well behaved dog I have ever owned . Today was the last straw, my dog also has chronic ear infections (that he is taking medication for ) so he’s constantly shaking his head because his ears hurt and my boyfriend locked him out on the balcony while I was at work because he said “he wouldnt stop shaking his head and it’s annoying “ it’s 29 degrees outside!
    25 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How old is she?

    How old is she?

    61 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do I help my dog gain weight?

    Best answer: You do need to check your dog doesn't have internal parasites - there's no point feeding worms!! If this is a youngster, it may just be a matter of time waiting for her to 'body up' although bitches tend to get there sooner than males, in most breeds. If you can feel the ribs, but not see them,... show more
    Best answer: You do need to check your dog doesn't have internal parasites - there's no point feeding worms!! If this is a youngster, it may just be a matter of time waiting for her to 'body up' although bitches tend to get there sooner than males, in most breeds. If you can feel the ribs, but not see them, she's probably okay and as somebody has suggested, a lean dog, especially a young one, would be better than one who is overweight.

    You can only make sure you are feeding enough - so many people drop the lunch with a puppy, forgetting to up the other 2 meals a little. And if she's doing a load of exercise, that may be burning off the fat faster than she can put on weight.

    If this is a sudden weight loss - obviously she needs to be checked by your vet.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do all puppies have worms?

    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can dogs get high?

    Best answer: Do not give your dog anything that will hurt them. Giving your dog drugs could hurt them and will cause them to be very slow and scared.
    Best answer: Do not give your dog anything that will hurt them. Giving your dog drugs could hurt them and will cause them to be very slow and scared.
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • What crop do you recommend for a Dobermann?

    I have a young black and rust Dobermab Pincher that I just got from a Washington breeder. I have been trying to figure out what type of crop I should use for it, I am going to show it. I really like the medium crop, but any suggestions?
    I have a young black and rust Dobermab Pincher that I just got from a Washington breeder. I have been trying to figure out what type of crop I should use for it, I am going to show it. I really like the medium crop, but any suggestions?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • What do most people do if they live alone & have to work 8 hours a day & have a dog.?

    Since dogs don't like to be left alone for 8 hours a day
    Since dogs don't like to be left alone for 8 hours a day
    23 answers · 4 days ago
  • I have an ESA (Emotional Support Animal) letter, and I live with my parents. Can they kick me out for getting a dog to be my ESA?

    Best answer: I'm sure they can kick you out for any reason they want, but for getting an ESA would be cruel if you absolutely needed one (and it wasn't like that plane passenger with the emotional support squirrel).
    Best answer: I'm sure they can kick you out for any reason they want, but for getting an ESA would be cruel if you absolutely needed one (and it wasn't like that plane passenger with the emotional support squirrel).
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is my dog whining so much?

    Best answer: Dogs whine for a hundred million reasons. She could be just bored. Is she getting enough exercise? Maybe she needs for you to stop what you are doing & give her some attention. If you haven't already got her trained in Basic Obedience, now is a good time to do so. Spring is bringing in more energy... show more
    Best answer: Dogs whine for a hundred million reasons. She could be just bored. Is she getting enough exercise? Maybe she needs for you to stop what you are doing & give her some attention.

    If you haven't already got her trained in Basic Obedience, now is a good time to do so. Spring is bringing in more energy & she is going to be busting at the seams to be outside playing & training.
    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • I got this dog and im not sure if he is a pure breed pitbul. He has all the traits of a pitbull just he's fur is medium length. Help?
  • Help! puppy crying at night!?

    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think my vet is despicable and I should stop taking my pets there?

    Recently my puppy became seriously ill so had her treated at the vet. The bill was close to $1000. I was $5 short (cause final bill was way higher than their estimate). So I promised them I'd pay next time I come in. A couple weeks later they sent me a demand letter to pay $5 and slapped on a $10 invoice fee... show more
    Recently my puppy became seriously ill so had her treated at the vet. The bill was close to $1000. I was $5 short (cause final bill was way higher than their estimate). So I promised them I'd pay next time I come in. A couple weeks later they sent me a demand letter to pay $5 and slapped on a $10 invoice fee whatever that is! I am outraged since I've spent over $5000 there just in the last couple of years. So don't you think the vet is a penny pinching petty person who might lose a customer over $5????
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • My dog is peeing on the floor out of nowhere?

    My dog is a 9 and a half year old female and she just peed on the floor out of nowhere today. Also about two days ago I smelled urine on a blanket in my room, and I assumed that it was just our cat because we have a kitten and he’s not quite potty trained yet, but now I’m starting to wonder if it was my dog. Just a... show more
    My dog is a 9 and a half year old female and she just peed on the floor out of nowhere today. Also about two days ago I smelled urine on a blanket in my room, and I assumed that it was just our cat because we have a kitten and he’s not quite potty trained yet, but now I’m starting to wonder if it was my dog. Just a little pee came out but idk if that’s because I immediately told her to stop and she was just starting to pee when I told her that or if she is having trouble urinating. Besides the peeing on the floor she’s acting pretty normally, her energy level is the same as it usually is and she still has an appetite and stuff. what does this sound like and what should I do? Is it too soon to take her to the vet?
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • My dog is talking?

    No one believe me
    No one believe me
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Help!! I have tried everything to keep my husky from getting out, but she still manages to escape. I need suggestions!?

    Best answer: This depends entirely on your version of "everything." Here's what I did when I did "everything:" My backyard is an acre. I fenced it with chain link fencing some years ago. My dog kept getting out. I then put landscape timbers all around the outside of the fence, secured to the fence... show more
    Best answer: This depends entirely on your version of "everything." Here's what I did when I did "everything:"

    My backyard is an acre. I fenced it with chain link fencing some years ago. My dog kept getting out. I then put landscape timbers all around the outside of the fence, secured to the fence with large metal construction staples. She kept getting out. I then watched her and saw that she was actually climbing the fence. I had an electric containment fence buried inside the yard. She got shocked once and was terrified. I had the containment fence removed - parts were dug out, parts remained, the electrical box was removed - and put stockade fencing around the yard.

    She no longer got out, and I did "everything."
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Hi I just got a pet morkie yesterday he is currently 8 weeks and is in the room with me and is currently sleeping?

    But I was wondering if I turn the lights off will he still be able to see his training pad
    But I was wondering if I turn the lights off will he still be able to see his training pad
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • How to get dogs to stop eating their poop?

    I have three dogs, the one I most recently adopted eats her poop and I can t get her to stop even if I yell at her or even smack her, what can I do?
    I have three dogs, the one I most recently adopted eats her poop and I can t get her to stop even if I yell at her or even smack her, what can I do?
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Are Golden Retrievers friendly dogs?

    Best answer: I love Golden Retrievers and every one of them I've been around has been easy going, energetic and well mannered.
    Best answer: I love Golden Retrievers and every one of them I've been around has been easy going, energetic and well mannered.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can an adult dog get his first shots as an adult?

    Took in a 3 year old dog. Hes healthy and strong but hasn't had any of his shots. Can he still get them? What can I do
    Took in a 3 year old dog. Hes healthy and strong but hasn't had any of his shots. Can he still get them? What can I do
    15 answers · 4 days ago