• Why did my pet fly die so fast?

    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Pets and children arent the same thing!!!!?

    what is wrong with people! how can someone even say my dog is like my son. wtf? i agree that pets need love but they are not the same as my children. i just want to know why people see their pets as kids?
    what is wrong with people! how can someone even say my dog is like my son. wtf? i agree that pets need love but they are not the same as my children. i just want to know why people see their pets as kids?
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • What should I name my pet slug?

    8 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Can rabbit need a bath?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is neutering pets taking the easy way out for an incompetent pet owner, or does it have any benefits to the animal's health?

    Best answer: I don't do castration for my male hounds unless there's a physical reason for it to be done. We never had a male with a male-related cancer. I spay my bitches, once retired because I believe in the suggestion that the more seasons a b itch is allowed to have, the greater the risk of mammary, ovarian or... show more
    Best answer: I don't do castration for my male hounds unless there's a physical reason for it to be done. We never had a male with a male-related cancer.

    I spay my bitches, once retired because I believe in the suggestion that the more seasons a b itch is allowed to have, the greater the risk of mammary, ovarian or uterine cancers, eventually. However in all the years with mine, we only had one with mammary cancer in her final months. I also spay to avoid the need to confine mine for 21+ days, twice a year, and to reduce angst when we had a small mix-gender pack!

    With dogs at any rate, there is no 'mating season'. A male, given the chance, may be good to go at any time but unlike humans, male dogs don't spent their time thinking about mating. Bitches only want to mate when at certain times in their seasons. Castration will only prevent unwanted litters and if the male is properly contained, he can't get out and away either.

    Most of all of this is common sense and keeping dogs properly. I can't speak for other speces.

    Add - I just love it when somebody hits the TD button, apparently? just because maybe we don't share the same opinion. I answer based on MY experience. Sometimes I wonder why I bother.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is my rabbit warm?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why don't people teach intelligent pets how to read?

    Animals that are as intelligent as humans deserve to know how to read- then they have conversations with us with their meows or barks!
    Animals that are as intelligent as humans deserve to know how to read- then they have conversations with us with their meows or barks!
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can calling your pet ugly make them sad?

    Best answer: Nope. Animals understand tone of voice. If I happily say "Good boy! You're such a good boy!" to my dog, OR if I use the same tone of voice to say, "Good boy! You're such an ugly dodo!" in a happy way, the dog will bask in what he hears as praise. The words make no difference. It's... show more
    Best answer: Nope. Animals understand tone of voice. If I happily say "Good boy! You're such a good boy!" to my dog, OR if I use the same tone of voice to say, "Good boy! You're such an ugly dodo!" in a happy way, the dog will bask in what he hears as praise. The words make no difference. It's all the tone of voice.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Fox Legality in Utah, lmao help me?

    Best answer: Simply put, the state permits domestic fox as pets, Counties have their restrictions and provisions, and municipalities have theirs. What you show, means domesticated dogs are permitted,but no fox, or canine mix with any wild dog wolf, or dingo, or full blood wild canine or fox. Check your county, Like Idaho, you... show more
    Best answer: Simply put, the state permits domestic fox as pets, Counties have their restrictions and provisions, and municipalities have theirs.
    What you show, means domesticated dogs are permitted,but no fox, or canine mix with any wild dog wolf, or dingo, or full blood wild canine or fox.
    Check your county, Like Idaho, you may be able to keep something like red fox providing it is captive bred by a licensed breeder.
    Fox as a pet: They are not going to be the animal you think, they are not like dogs, not like cats,they are like fox.
    Do your homework very well before considering. The county may have pen provisions and consider an exotic vet able to treat fox. A video for you:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ik8KEe9t...
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Have u ever seen a ferret?

    Best answer: Lots of them, I used to live up the road from a ferret farm, and going to the pet store, look in on the ferrets.
    Seriously considering a couple for pets.
    Best answer: Lots of them, I used to live up the road from a ferret farm, and going to the pet store, look in on the ferrets.
    Seriously considering a couple for pets.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would a bobcat be a risk to a swan?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do squirrels eat foxes?

    Foxes are as small as mice (maybe smaller) so makes sense.
    Foxes are as small as mice (maybe smaller) so makes sense.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is the best organization to donate for animals?

    Best answer: I am devout ASPCA supporter, or any of the SPCA groups. If you have a local private shelter, they can always use the support. One I avoid is PETA for their notion as a kill organization, and the fact they re under investigation for misuse of funds such as mansions and exotic cars for the top brass. Nor are their... show more
    Best answer: I am devout ASPCA supporter, or any of the SPCA groups. If you have a local private shelter, they can always use the support.
    One I avoid is PETA for their notion as a kill organization, and the fact they re under investigation for misuse of funds such as mansions and exotic cars for the top brass. Nor are their books open for public view, where SPCA groups you can see where your donated money goes.
    If you can help at all, they can certainly use it. I donate a few hours a month of time to our local shelter which is ASPCA sanctioned. Something like that goes a lon way.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can rabbits walk instead of hopping if they want to?

    Best answer: Their back legs move together at the same time which means even when they are moving at a "walking pace," they are still moving by pushing off of both back feet at the same time. That makes it a hop. The video shows rabbits slowly hopping (the 40 sec mark shows clearly the white rabbit's back paws... show more
    Best answer: Their back legs move together at the same time which means even when they are moving at a "walking pace," they are still moving by pushing off of both back feet at the same time. That makes it a hop.

    The video shows rabbits slowly hopping (the 40 sec mark shows clearly the white rabbit's back paws pushing off at same time). That is the closest they come to a "walk." By contrast, cats and dogs will move one rear foot forward and then the other. That is a walk. Rabbits cannot do that.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro7_dTf2...
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Roommate is hiding pet, will not get rid of it for fire inspection, what should I do?

    She snuck in a small animal (big mistake on my part for allowing that, but it s a long complicated story to why I did it) and now fire inspections are coming up, and she won t remove it. She says it ll be fine, but I don t feel comfortable with it being in the suite while the fire inspections take place. What can I... show more
    She snuck in a small animal (big mistake on my part for allowing that, but it s a long complicated story to why I did it) and now fire inspections are coming up, and she won t remove it. She says it ll be fine, but I don t feel comfortable with it being in the suite while the fire inspections take place. What can I do to convince her to get rid of it for a couple of nights?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Tapping and clicking noise coming from ceiling?

    I have had this rapping clicking noise in my ceiling for a week now and it’s deiving me insane. Everytime it starts I have to take somethin and hit my ceiling and it quits. I’m thinking it’s a animal what do you think?
    I have had this rapping clicking noise in my ceiling for a week now and it’s deiving me insane. Everytime it starts I have to take somethin and hit my ceiling and it quits. I’m thinking it’s a animal what do you think?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Cat or dog or hamster? your choice?

    81 answers · 2 weeks ago