Can a dog have a nightmare?
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I have a long hair Chihuahua that has some really odd symptoms that is a mystery to my vet and they cannot seem to find a problem. She acts like she is starving everytime we feed her and she keeps begging for more. She practically crawls into my lap when I'm eating and begging for food. She also drinks a tremendous amount of water and her belly is so big, she can hardly move. Any ideas or suggestions of what this could be?
I have 5 dogs, One Charlie and is 4 (beagle/bluehealer mix) got really sick with whip worm last summer we got him better, but since then he has been really vocal. At first it was just randomly . Now it is quite regularly and everyday. Another dog Rufus 11, ( cairn terrier) to me seems tired of hearing charlie bark all the time. So now Rufus will give charlie a what for and they get into a knock down drag out fight. and we break it up. Now they have been together for at least 4 years. No female in heat near by. No change of food. Before this, there was no problem. they would play together and run together. We have considered the alpha male thing. we just dont think so. Help any idea's
How did he die?
I have been searching online for answers, but I don't really know.......My cat Scooby Doo, a neutered male, aged 5, died on Good Friday, no signs leading up to his passing, of anything wrong. No sign of poisoning or impact damage (car) but a few hours after he passed, a smell begun.The smell was of death, a very strong rotten smell, and it was a watery yellowish liquid, leaking out of his nose. Mouth shut tight, eyes partially open, body mostly stiff but neck very loose and a hot abdomen for hours after his passing, seven hours later it was still warm while eveywhere else had gone cold. Can anyone help me to understand what he died from?
13 Week Kitten still Hissing and Hiding
First time cat owner.
I have had my 13 week old Abyssinian for 11 days now.
I knew he was going to be stressed, scared, and shy at first
and he didn't eat, drink, or pee for almost 48 hours. I'm sure it didn't help that the morning
after I had picked him up we went to the vet for a check-up which probably
scared him even more. He now loves his
litter box, food, and water even though it took him some time to figure out how
to not tip over the bowl :).
I didn't come into the situation blind and knew that you
need to let the cat come to you. He has
been in my bedroom with his toys and everything else (I have been sleeping on
the couch to avoid further stress). I
feed him 3 times a day and keep the dish near me and a hiding place for him as
I sit in the corner of the room quietly.
He is very comfortable with this after our 11 days together and will
come right after I have sat down but will hiss then move on to his food. After he eats I use a wand toy to play with
him and he gets pretty excited over play time now.
Here is the issue. He
still won’t let me near him. He will
come up and sniff me but I would have to be sitting for nearly an hour quietly
in the same spot for him to even attempt this.
When hes playing with his wand he gets very close even sliding into my
legs at times but as soon as he sees my face he hisses and runs away (I try to
avoid direct eye contact during play as people have said that is cat language
for confrontation). I give him treats
that I place in my hand. He will hiss as
I extend my arm closer to him but then investigates my hand and takes the treat.
I understand this can take some time but does anyone else
have any tips? Spending 4-5 hours a day
just sitting quietly in a corner of a room for 11 days without much feedback or
change in the cats behavior is getting pretty tiring.
I am trying to find out a method of training that is with sound undetectable to human ears.
Three little buddys
Puppies from my GCH Smooth Standard Dachshund they are 11 weeks old....
German shepherd or Malanois?
I'm pretty sure that my dog is a Gsd, however the more I look at her the more I see a possibility that she is a Malanois.any help would be appreciated.
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