• Think porn is ok? Think again.?

    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 9 months ago
  • Why should I not feed dry food to my cat?

    Many people feed dry. Why is this not a good idea. Read this article and rethink about feeding your cats dry food. http://feline-nutrition.org/answers/answ...
    Many people feed dry. Why is this not a good idea. Read this article and rethink about feeding your cats dry food. http://feline-nutrition.org/answers/answ...
    7 answers · Cats · 10 months ago
  • How many fish total can I put in a 15 or 20 gallon aquarium?

    I usually go by the one gallon per one inch of fish (grown). Does this still apply? Only fish in the aquarium will be fancy guppies, neons and zebra fish. Thanks.
    I usually go by the one gallon per one inch of fish (grown). Does this still apply? Only fish in the aquarium will be fancy guppies, neons and zebra fish. Thanks.
    6 answers · Fish · 4 years ago
  • To Patsy G - where do you get the wood pellets?

    Patsy G - you gave me Best answer but wanted to know where to get the wood stove pellets. You have no email for me to respond back to you. I see you live in Texas. Check your local farm/feed stores for either the wood stove pellets or horse bedding pellets. Either should have them. Should be able to get a 40 lb bag for about $5.
    Patsy G - you gave me Best answer but wanted to know where to get the wood stove pellets. You have no email for me to respond back to you. I see you live in Texas. Check your local farm/feed stores for either the wood stove pellets or horse bedding pellets. Either should have them. Should be able to get a 40 lb bag for about $5.
    6 answers · Cats · 4 years ago
  • Why are dew-claws removed?

    I'm just curious as to why its done. Not that its wrong, but never understood why breeders do this for just about all breeds. I know with cats, no claws are (or should be) removed unless there is a major health problem.
    I'm just curious as to why its done. Not that its wrong, but never understood why breeders do this for just about all breeds. I know with cats, no claws are (or should be) removed unless there is a major health problem.
    10 answers · Dogs · 4 years ago
  • Do you know the difference between a reputable breeder and a backyard breeder?

    When looking for a good breeder of purebreds, look for these signs. Just a few helpful tips. Ten Commandments of a Reputable Breeder 1. The Reputable Breeder places puppies/dogs by contract. 2. The Reputable Breeder places puppies/dogs with a health guarantee. 3. The Reputable Breeder insists and contracts the return of a puppy/dog... show more
    When looking for a good breeder of purebreds, look for these signs. Just a few helpful tips. Ten Commandments of a Reputable Breeder 1. The Reputable Breeder places puppies/dogs by contract. 2. The Reputable Breeder places puppies/dogs with a health guarantee. 3. The Reputable Breeder insists and contracts the return of a puppy/dog should the purchaser be unable to keep the puppy/dog. 4. The Reputable Breeder carefully interviews prospective owners and has specific requirements that are to be met IE; puppy/dog is to be altered if the breeder is not already practicing early altering, etc. 5. The Reputable Breeder is willing and able to educate the novice. He/she happily answers any/all questions regarding the breed and his/her breeding program. 6. The Reputable Breeder insists on being informed of any health, genetic, or behavioral problems the dog may develop in it’s lifetime. 7. The Reputable Breeder does not have more dogs/puppies then he/she is able to keep clean, healthy and well socialized. 8. The Reputable Breeder spends individual time with each of his dogs/puppies. 9. The Reputable Breeder is very concerned with excellent temperament in his/her dog/puppies as well as excellent health. 10. The Reputable Breeder makes him/herself available for advice and help to other breeders, and throughout the life of the dog he/she has placed. If the breeder doesn't do this, then don't waste your time/money with that person.
    9 answers · Dogs · 5 years ago
  • Do you know the difference between a reputable breeder and a backyard breeder?

    When looking for a good breeder of purebreds, look for these signs. Just a few helpful tips. Ten Commandments of a Reputable Breeder 1. The Reputable Breeder places cats/kittens by contract. 2. The Reputable Breeder places cats/kittens with a health guarantee. 3. The Reputable Breeder insists and contracts the return of a... show more
    When looking for a good breeder of purebreds, look for these signs. Just a few helpful tips. Ten Commandments of a Reputable Breeder 1. The Reputable Breeder places cats/kittens by contract. 2. The Reputable Breeder places cats/kittens with a health guarantee. 3. The Reputable Breeder insists and contracts the return of a cat/kitten should the purchaser be unable to keep the cat/kitten. 4. The Reputable Breeder carefully interviews prospective owners and has specific requirements that are to be met IE; cat/kitten is to be altered if the breeder is not already practicing early altering, cat/kitten is not allowed to roam outdoors, etc. 5. The Reputable Breeder is willing and able to educate the novice. He/she happily answers any/all questions regarding the breed and his/her breeding program. 6. The Reputable Breeder insists on being informed of any health, genetic, or behavioral problems the cat/kitten may develop in it’s lifetime. 7. The Reputable Breeder does not have more cats/kittens then he/she is able to keep clean, healthy and well socialized. 8. The Reputable Breeder spends individual time with each of his cats/kittens. 9. The Reputable Breeder is very concerned with excellent temperament in his/her cats/kittens as well as excellent health. 10. The Reputable Breeder makes him/herself available for advice and help to other breeders, and throughout the life of the cats/kittens he/she has placed. If the breeder doesn't do this, then don't waste your time/money with that person.
    3 answers · Cats · 5 years ago
  • Making your pet a star?

    Ok if someone approached you from a cat or dog food company and wanted to use your pet in advertising would you do it? What if the food they were using was NOT what you would feed your cat/dog cause you felt it was not the best? Would you still let them use your pet in advertising and take the money.......or turn them down and tell them why?
    Ok if someone approached you from a cat or dog food company and wanted to use your pet in advertising would you do it? What if the food they were using was NOT what you would feed your cat/dog cause you felt it was not the best? Would you still let them use your pet in advertising and take the money.......or turn them down and tell them why?
    6 answers · Cats · 5 years ago
  • What did you do with your wedding rings after divorce?

    Just curious as to what people would do or have done with their rings? For me, I saved it for my son and will be giving them to give (or trade) to his fiancee'. I had NO desire to wear them in any form after my divorce from my son's father. What would you do (or did)?
    Just curious as to what people would do or have done with their rings? For me, I saved it for my son and will be giving them to give (or trade) to his fiancee'. I had NO desire to wear them in any form after my divorce from my son's father. What would you do (or did)?
    18 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 5 years ago
  • What kind of cat would you never own and why?

    For me I have 3 main cats I would never own. 1. Any long hair cat - I just do not have the time or patience to do the combing and grooming. 2. A munchkin (just do not like the deformity of short legs - cats are meant to leap high and climb) 3. A Sphynx - I like fur on the cat. Personalities of Sphynx are great, but no hair is a turn off for me.
    For me I have 3 main cats I would never own. 1. Any long hair cat - I just do not have the time or patience to do the combing and grooming. 2. A munchkin (just do not like the deformity of short legs - cats are meant to leap high and climb) 3. A Sphynx - I like fur on the cat. Personalities of Sphynx are great, but no hair is a turn off for me.
    18 answers · Cats · 6 years ago
  • Hartz Products - WARNING VIDEO?

    We've been preaching about NOT using the Hartz products (flea collars, shampoos, etc.) as they are toxic to BOTH dogs and cats - please view this video on why you never should be using it and what happens to your pet if its used. Bookmark the video please so you can share with others! http://www.castanet.net/edition/news-sto...
    We've been preaching about NOT using the Hartz products (flea collars, shampoos, etc.) as they are toxic to BOTH dogs and cats - please view this video on why you never should be using it and what happens to your pet if its used. Bookmark the video please so you can share with others! http://www.castanet.net/edition/news-sto...
    6 answers · Dogs · 7 years ago
  • Pros & Cons of Cocker Spaniels or Cocker mixes?

    What are your pros/cons of Cockers or mixes regarding health, grooming, etc. We are thinking of adopting a Cocker or mix in the future and wanted those with experience to answer. I'll do reading on my own but just wanted a heads up. Thanks. What should we be on the look out for (especially on cons).
    What are your pros/cons of Cockers or mixes regarding health, grooming, etc. We are thinking of adopting a Cocker or mix in the future and wanted those with experience to answer. I'll do reading on my own but just wanted a heads up. Thanks. What should we be on the look out for (especially on cons).
    19 answers · Dogs · 8 years ago