• My dog is extremely aggressive. what to do?

    I have a GSD 3 yr old, who is very aggressive. my family has nervous kind of people, so he kind of tries to be bossy around. He snaps and bites people coming near him other than family and always tries to fight other dogs even if they are calm. HELP?
    I have a GSD 3 yr old, who is very aggressive. my family has nervous kind of people, so he kind of tries to be bossy around. He snaps and bites people coming near him other than family and always tries to fight other dogs even if they are calm. HELP?
    21 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Can I trade my old cat for a new one?

    Best answer: No. Your cat is not old - he's middle age. If you cannot love this cat and keep him for the next 5-10 yrs, then you should not get another cat that is more exciting. I've had 15 and 18 yr old cats that would play and run around the house and were not boring. Very few people are interested in adopting a... show more
    Best answer: No. Your cat is not old - he's middle age. If you cannot love this cat and keep him for the next 5-10 yrs, then you should not get another cat that is more exciting. I've had 15 and 18 yr old cats that would play and run around the house and were not boring.

    Very few people are interested in adopting a cat over 10 yrs old. He is most likely to be put down in any shelter and there is nothing wrong with him health wise. Please do not just dump him - he loves you, start by loving him back and getting him more excited to play using interactive toys.
    19 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • Dogs or cats???? Explain ur answer?

    66 answers · Cats · 5 days ago
  • Why are peguins still considered birds when they can't even fly?

    Peguins are so lame. It's like a fish that can't swim.
    Peguins are so lame. It's like a fish that can't swim.
    11 answers · Birds · 7 hours ago
  • What is the best tasting dog food?

    10 answers · Dogs · 14 hours ago
  • Is it true that if you have a dog before you have your children they will get jealous?

    Like say that you recently have a bay and you’ve had your dog for a couple years. Will the dog get jealous because you are not giving it the attention you used to?
    Like say that you recently have a bay and you’ve had your dog for a couple years. Will the dog get jealous because you are not giving it the attention you used to?
    13 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • Question for Pitbull defenders?

    I keep hearing a lot of pitbull owners and pitbull defenders use the argument: It's not the dog's fault, its the human's fault for raising them poorly! Everything is the fault of humans! All dogs are beautiful and perfect! F*ck all humans! So apparently these humans are raising these pitbulls to... show more
    I keep hearing a lot of pitbull owners and pitbull defenders use the argument: It's not the dog's fault, its the human's fault for raising them poorly! Everything is the fault of humans! All dogs are beautiful and perfect! F*ck all humans! So apparently these humans are raising these pitbulls to become violent and that's why they snap and attack their own owners and maul little children to death? If that's the case then how come you never hear of K-9 German Shepherd units ever attacking anyone? Those dogs are strictly trained from the age of puppies, to chase and hunt down criminals. Not to mention aggressively bite at them. But you never hear of K-9 German Shepherds ever straying off and killing innocent people or ever snapping on their owners do you? This might sound insanely farfetched, but is it possible that the problem is in the breed? I have seen articles of pitbulls killing children and their owners, and in the comments section of those articles you can see hundreds of pitbull defenders saying '' It's the human's fault! They probably triggered the pitbull to attack by blinking their eyes....or by breathing too loud! Those nasty humans! Leave those beautiful pitbulls alone! ''
    14 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • What is this growth on dogs paw?

    Best answer: IMO, you always need to be concerned over lumps and bumps. Yes, large lumpy things are often fatty cysts or tumors and benign, but Goldens are prone to various types of cancer including mast cell - which is slow growing and can be removed. We had a dog get bone cancer of the TOE and it started out as a lump and... show more
    Best answer: IMO, you always need to be concerned over lumps and bumps. Yes, large lumpy things are often fatty cysts or tumors and benign, but Goldens are prone to various types of cancer including mast cell - which is slow growing and can be removed.

    We had a dog get bone cancer of the TOE and it started out as a lump and it grew, and it DID begin to bother the dog, as she walked. She often licked it, - but she had had food allergies all her life and often licked her paws (despite medications) so until I could see the ulceration, it did not seem serious. At about that point, I consulted my breeder and she urged me to in fact see my vet, as she thought it could be bone cancer and she was right. Sadly, the old girl had so many OTHER health problems we opted NOT to cut her toe off or to make her suffer since it was causing discomfort. (X-rays had already shown a painful bony growth on her pelvis shaped like a HOOK, going back towards her bladder and kidneys, among OTHER things.) We also knew Great Danes - (which she was not) actually DIE of leg and bone cancer. Cutting off a toe, does not guarantee the cancer has not or will not spread.
    9 answers · Dogs · 13 hours ago
  • Question about winter coats for dogs?

    I am going shopping for my puppy a winter jacket. I was wondering if the jacket acts as a harness as well and if there will be a loop for me to clasp the leash to ? If not , Is the harness to be worn underneath the jacket? Or over the jacket?
    I am going shopping for my puppy a winter jacket. I was wondering if the jacket acts as a harness as well and if there will be a loop for me to clasp the leash to ? If not , Is the harness to be worn underneath the jacket? Or over the jacket?
    11 answers · Dogs · 21 hours ago
  • Why do my pet rabbits keep dying on me?

    I genuinely don't understand what I'm doing wrong. As I far as I understand, I'm taking excellent care of the little guys. I feed them high-end food from the pet supply store, I give them ample living space and attention, I bathe them at least every other day, I buy multiple bunnies at once so they can... show more
    I genuinely don't understand what I'm doing wrong. As I far as I understand, I'm taking excellent care of the little guys. I feed them high-end food from the pet supply store, I give them ample living space and attention, I bathe them at least every other day, I buy multiple bunnies at once so they can socialize, I make sure their always getting enough water, etc. Why do they keep dying on me? I came home from work yesterday only to find two of them huddled in the corner of the pen as dead as can be. This is the fifth time this has happened in the past six months. I've wanted to own pet rabbits since I was a little girl and I'm finally in a living situation that allows it. I'm really determined to make this work. What should I do differently in the future?
    11 answers · Other - Pets · 21 hours ago
  • How can I make my dog lose weight fast?

    I have a Maltese dog and I have noticed that he is very overweight. He is just coming out of puppyhood, and weighs almost double of what he should weigh. Any suggestions?
    I have a Maltese dog and I have noticed that he is very overweight. He is just coming out of puppyhood, and weighs almost double of what he should weigh. Any suggestions?
    12 answers · Dogs · 19 hours ago
  • Is it a painful death for a dog to die of suffocation?

    Best answer: As long as he did have air holes in the box, my take on this very sad event would be he was probably on his way out when you first found him. Shivering can be down to cold, but it can also be down to severe pain. Perhaps the dog had been involved in a RTA and was fatally injured. There's no point beating... show more
    Best answer: As long as he did have air holes in the box, my take on this very sad event would be he was probably on his way out when you first found him. Shivering can be down to cold, but it can also be down to severe pain. Perhaps the dog had been involved in a RTA and was fatally injured.

    There's no point beating yourself up about this - blame the RSPCA for not reacting first off, if anyone!! I bet they'd have been out with bells on, had a TV camera been anywhere near.

    With respect, your mum has no business calling you that - especially as apparently she did nothing to help this poor dog.

    ps Loving the TDs!!!!
    11 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • What color is my cat ?

    What color is my cat ?

    Best answer: Blue Tortie Point and White domestic longhair. While the pattern is from a Himalayan, Himi's don't have white on them; other option is a Ragdoll.

    However, she is neither breed - she is considered to be a domestic longhair.
    Best answer: Blue Tortie Point and White domestic longhair. While the pattern is from a Himalayan, Himi's don't have white on them; other option is a Ragdoll.

    However, she is neither breed - she is considered to be a domestic longhair.
    15 answers · Cats · 4 days ago