• Can dogs eat peas?

    15 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Quick question about PayPal???????

    So I m buying this puppy which I ve never seen before I m scared incase it s a scam the person wants me to pay through family and freinds option instead of goods and services
    So I m buying this puppy which I ve never seen before I m scared incase it s a scam the person wants me to pay through family and freinds option instead of goods and services
    16 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How to make your dog not pee and poop in the house when your not home?

    I have a 4 year old male husky who pees and poops in the house when I’m not home. I’ve taken him out and he goes out side but I can leave for 2 mins and come back in to him mid pooping even after he just went poop out side. I’ve done everything I know.
    I have a 4 year old male husky who pees and poops in the house when I’m not home. I’ve taken him out and he goes out side but I can leave for 2 mins and come back in to him mid pooping even after he just went poop out side. I’ve done everything I know.
    12 answers · 13 hours ago
  • My giant breed puppy?

    Best answer: Start feeding him on a schedule with measured portions of food instead of free feeding him. Puppies can start eating two scheduled meals per day when they are about 6 months old. Also, you have a giant breed, and many of those dogs can be prone to Bloat/Gastric Torsion, so look that up on the web if you don't... show more
    Best answer: Start feeding him on a schedule with measured portions of food instead of free feeding him. Puppies can start eating two scheduled meals per day when they are about 6 months old. Also, you have a giant breed, and many of those dogs can be prone to Bloat/Gastric Torsion, so look that up on the web if you don't know what it is. We have a 7 1/2 year old Doberman, and Dobes are prone to Bloat/Gastric Torsion. Because of this and because our dog eats her meals in literally 15 seconds flat, I feed her THREE time per day even though she's an adult dog. You may want to do the same if your dog is a real "chow hound." Just don't free feed. Also, make sure your puppy doesn't get any heavy exercise two hours before or after meals, and the same with drinking large amounts of water. There are also specific dog food bowls that you can buy that can help dogs who gobble their food down very quickly, so you might want to look into that too. Some people think that putting large rocks into a dog food bowl will slow down their eating, but I would NOT do that with a giant breed as they just might be able to swallow a rock and that could most certainly cause an intestinal blockage.
    9 answers · 17 hours ago
  • My dog have an infection which is deadly and it can get to others. What should I do ?

    Me and my family will not give the dog away to protect ourselves but he is infected which can get to us. My father said we should get a distance between him and us but how? He always follow us no matter what, how I'm going to keep a distance? Maybe we will take him to a hospital and return him when he's ok
    Me and my family will not give the dog away to protect ourselves but he is infected which can get to us. My father said we should get a distance between him and us but how? He always follow us no matter what, how I'm going to keep a distance? Maybe we will take him to a hospital and return him when he's ok
    10 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Will my female dog's heat cycle change if she lives with a neutered male?

    I have an 8 year old female whose heat cycle has been like clockwork. She has had 3 litters of pups and now shares the home with her son whom we had neutered. Since then, she has not had a heat cycle that we have noticed. (They are very noticeable ) I was just wondering if she will not have her cycle since the only... show more
    I have an 8 year old female whose heat cycle has been like clockwork. She has had 3 litters of pups and now shares the home with her son whom we had neutered. Since then, she has not had a heat cycle that we have noticed. (They are very noticeable ) I was just wondering if she will not have her cycle since the only dog she is exposed to is a fixed male. I tried looking it up and end up with lists of sites that are not helpful. So, any advice is helpful. She is a large dog (@75 lbs. ) in great health, plays and runs outside. She doesn't socialize with other dogs except the one because she has anxiety over change, which is why we tend to keep her home unless it is absolutely necessary.
    9 answers · 18 hours ago
  • How to distress a dog from being contained in a bedroom throughout the day?

    Best answer: Don't confine the dog anywhere except for short periods of time only when no one can supervise the dog, then it won't be distressed. In addition to routine daily walk/elimination times provide a sufficient amount of daily aerobic exercise, such as playing fetch, mental stimulation such as obedience... show more
    Best answer: Don't confine the dog anywhere except for short periods of time only when no one can supervise the dog, then it won't be distressed.

    In addition to routine daily walk/elimination times provide a sufficient amount of daily aerobic exercise, such as playing fetch, mental stimulation such as obedience training, a tired dog is less likely to be bored and/or distressed.
    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • What are some behaviors I should be aware of if I adopt this puppy?

    An animal shelter recently rescued about 18 puppies from a puppy mill. I don't know the full story, but someone reported that mill because the animals were in terrible conditions and were treated badly. My daughter wants to adopt a pup. The one she really loves was rescued from the mill. I'm worried that... show more
    An animal shelter recently rescued about 18 puppies from a puppy mill. I don't know the full story, but someone reported that mill because the animals were in terrible conditions and were treated badly. My daughter wants to adopt a pup. The one she really loves was rescued from the mill. I'm worried that she might've been removed from her parents too young (since there's a possibility that the shelter didn't rescue the mother, or she was sent to a different rescue place). The shelter is taking very good care of her and any conditions she may have. My daughter is planning on taking care of her for as long as she lives since she isn't planning on moving out when she's older (due to cultural stuff). They really don't want to end up having to euthanize a bunch of dogs because these puppies caused even more overpopulation issues. In Canada, puppy mills are sadly not illegal unless there's animal abuse and they're in a condition that's too terrible.
    6 answers · 4 hours ago
  • What can I feed my dog?

    Buddy is a 9 yr old mini-greyhound. I gave him last night what was, due to my poor time and money management, the last of his food. I usually re-up before he completely runs out, but this is a rare occasion, and like the first time this happened. I'm getting him some more today, but I'm stuck riding buses... show more
    Buddy is a 9 yr old mini-greyhound. I gave him last night what was, due to my poor time and money management, the last of his food. I usually re-up before he completely runs out, but this is a rare occasion, and like the first time this happened. I'm getting him some more today, but I'm stuck riding buses and the next one doesn't come for an hour. it's almost 2 and he hasn't eaten anything. I'm sur ewhe'll be fine to go hungry until then, but I can tell he's hungry now. I never really feed people, so i'm wary. Can he eat a few slices of bread?
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • My dog gets aggressive when he humps?

    he is 7 month old male boxer and overtime i lay down or play with him he begins to hump me and if i move or try to get him to stop he growls barks and bares his teeth what do i do? He also only humps me.
    he is 7 month old male boxer and overtime i lay down or play with him he begins to hump me and if i move or try to get him to stop he growls barks and bares his teeth what do i do? He also only humps me.
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Why does my puppy bite at her legs a lot?

    Boyfriend found this dog a couple of days ago at work and brought her home. We believe she is a shepherd/lab/retriever mix. Yesterday I got her vaccinated and put frontline on her. But she seems to be itchy her legs a lot. Ive checked the best i could to see if she had fleas or chewing fleas, but i couldnt see... show more
    Boyfriend found this dog a couple of days ago at work and brought her home. We believe she is a shepherd/lab/retriever mix. Yesterday I got her vaccinated and put frontline on her. But she seems to be itchy her legs a lot. Ive checked the best i could to see if she had fleas or chewing fleas, but i couldnt see anything (this dog has extremely thick fur, hard to get to the skin), as far as I can tell her legs aren't red or have patches and she isnt pulling hair out nor does she have bald spots. We have given her a bath as well, so maybe it just irritated her skin? Honestly just looking for others opinions. Plus if there is anything else I should do to her sense we just found her a few days ago would be great (a lot of people tend to abandon dogs were I live, she doesn't belong to anyone)!
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Should I get a second dog if so which ones?

    Best answer: Does your dog like other dogs? If your dog is not sufficiently socialized with other dogs, then your dog won't really like another dog around. How does your dog react when you take your dog to play with other dogs? There are not really hypoallergic breeds, there are individual dogs individual humans might or... show more
    Best answer: Does your dog like other dogs? If your dog is not sufficiently socialized with other dogs, then your dog won't really like another dog around. How does your dog react when you take your dog to play with other dogs?

    There are not really hypoallergic breeds, there are individual dogs individual humans might or might not be allergic against.

    I would think a dog similar to her size would work out better. If you find dogs which are in foster care you probably have the most options to meet the dog and let the two dogs interact. The family member who is allergic to dogs needs to meet the dog before adopting the dog too.
    6 answers · 17 hours ago