change in sleep habits
I rescued a 2 yr.old female maltese mix. Have had her for about 5 months. She is crate trained and goes willingly when we head to bed. She sleeps in our room. For the past 3 days/nights she has been sleeping a good bit during the day (she does not want to play with toys) and at night she is whining and keeping us awake. Any suggestions? Thanks.
cat waking up too early
OK...this may sound silly but...we got a 7 year old cat in September. He has this annoying habit of meowing or "scratching" (he's declawed) at something in our bedroom very very early in the mornings (4am) and waking us up. He has dry food in his bowl and plenty of water but, of course, wants the soft food that he gets twice a day. My husband is ready to toss him out for good so I need some help on how to break him of this habit. He is a sweetheart otherwise and my baby! :-) We have been putting him outside (fenced in yard and he likes to go out) when he does this and let him in when WE are ready to feed him but any ideas would be appreciated so he doesn't continue this annoying habit! Thanks.MJ
Need Yorkie to get along with GSP
We have a 13 yr old Airedale, 3 yr old Yorkie, & 7 month old German Shorthair Pointer. Our Yorkie has always been sweet and loving. However, she won't completely accept our GSP. She constantly chases and nips him. He is afraid of her and runs away which leads to a chaotic chasing situation that doesn't stop into we separate them. At night our Yorkie will lay next to him and walk by him while he is laying down. We've tried some different techniques, but can't find one that stops this. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Meeko our cat died suddenly
I feel for you me and my gf were at her dads 50th last night an come home to are beloved meeko passed away , there was no signs of why this happened for few weeks before he would try to cough up hair balls but never did other than that he was fine appetite was give very playful an was fine when we left to go the party , he had his claws slightly in the carpet an lieing in his side as if he was sleeping but when he has tryed coughing up hair balls he would lie on his front an stick his head out every time so makes no sense to us and we are devastated an lost an we had him booked for the vets for in 3 days time an I feel like should of used my bill money to take him weeks ago an maybe things would be different , can't stop blaming myself for it an it's killing me . If anyone has a pet with any sign if symptoms how ever mild / small like a hair ball or big it is don't wait till payday like us just take ur loved pet an get him/her checked out an sorted cause if u song an this happens to u I can tell you it's the worst, an feels like u killed him urself by not doing somet . I hope this opens up people's eyes to how little things or big things can end up like this . Had to get this of my chest sorry people I hope this hasn't happened to u xxxx rip meeko xxxx
Hi, I have a 3 month old kitten, and a stray cat attacked him. He didnt bled and he is walking normal. But he is very sore on his lower right side near his butt. He is sleeping alot. I gave him 1/2 baby aspirin to try to control his pain (found this on another site). Is there anything else I should do?
Ball and Yarn
It amazes me how much cats love to play with a ball of yarn. My kitty gets so excited when I pull out her favorite toys, does anyone else have a favorite cat toy they can tell me about?
How to administer distasteful oil?
My cat is supposed to take a teaspoon of anchovy/sardine oil every day as part of treatment for 2 serious diseases. She is not a fan of fish, anyway, and will not take the oil in her food or lap it up by itself. How can I get her to take it?
Disciplining my two male Siberian kittens (6-1/2 months old)
My two male Siberians are the most lovable and personable kittens I have ever had. My only problem is that I can't discipline them; I have tried a water-spray; they seem to like water; I have tried foil; they end up playing with it.Yelling "NO" means nothing to them.I am concerned that they will get hurt; jumping on the stove top, etc.Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.Thanks.Ronny
Does anyone know a breeder of a dog like this?
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