I was told my new cat is a calico. It has stripes though and not spots. It does have white, blackish grey and some brownish orange. Can anyone tell me if it is?
dog eat my pills
my weenie dog eat 3 of my cialis pills and i don't know what to do. any ideas
At what age is a dog not required to have the DHLPPCV vaccine anymore? I heard after they turn 7 yrs. old. Is this true?
any idea what breed my cat is....
i am not sure what breed "Stinky" is.. i thought mybe a ragdoll.. but am not sure
my dogs eyesreflect light with a white/yellow, unlike the rest of us whos eyes reflect light in a red hue. i have not ever seen anyone else like this. why do you suppose this is??
bedding for my yorkie
Is a polyester bed appropiate for my yorkie puppy, or shoud I purchase fleece
HELP- My dog will not come when off leash
Hi. I have a year and a half dog we got from a rescue that I think is a lab/plott hound mix. She is a sweet and loving dog. She does well "coming" when in the back yard or in any other closed in large area. However, whenever she is off leash in a large area with out boundaries, she runs off and will not come when called. This has happened several times and it took about a half hour each time to finally rein her in. Any suggestions or pointers would be appreciated on how to get her to be able to be off leash. I truly want to give her that freedom, but cannot trust her. HELP!!
Cat suddenly afraid of housemate cat
I have 2 cats. One is a 4 year old tabby and the other is a 3 year old bi-color. The tabby had to go to the vet with an eye infection. We were gone about an hour, but this is the first hour that the 3 year old has ever spent alone in the house. She's always had the older cat there. When we came back, she immediately began spitting and screaming at the older cat. This has been going on 2 days. TOday I left them alone to go to work and now the 3 year old is screaming and spitting at me. She did this with the older cat once before when we brought in new furniture. What can I do to help her not be so terrified?
Too much brushing?
I have a half siamese, half maine coon adult who LOVES to be brushed every day-he will actually go to where his brush is and whine. He purrs and falls over when we brush him so I know it's enjoyable for him. And while I aim to please the "master", I wonder how much is too much; am I brushing off essential oils on his skin and fur? Anyone have an opinion?
Extremely misbehaving kitty
My kitten is 6 months old and I've had her since she was 8 weeks old (and she was not a feral or shelter kitten; her mother was a family pet). Since she was little, she has always been extremely hyper. But as she has gotten older, her misbehaving only became worse.
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