• My dog won't eat her food?

    So let me start off with this before I get another rude answer. We've seen multiple vets, had surgery and spent all the money I can on this. I'm looking for any alternatives that might work because the vets advice has not worked. My dog has not eaten a real meal in 4 days. I THINK she realized her... show more
    So let me start off with this before I get another rude answer. We've seen multiple vets, had surgery and spent all the money I can on this. I'm looking for any alternatives that might work because the vets advice has not worked. My dog has not eaten a real meal in 4 days. I THINK she realized her sedatives, pain pills and antibiotics were mixed in with her food and she stopped eating it. She still eats treats so I've been putting her pills in there now but she still won't eat. Even mixed with canned food. The doctor suggested feeding her chicken and what not but I used to put her pills in that as well and she won't eat it. She will ONLY eat treats. Another vet said she'd eat when she got hungry but this girl is 100 pounds and can't live off of 4 treats a day. How long will this go on? Any other suggestions? Please for the sake of my sanity do not talk down to me or shame me. I've exhausted all other options I can think of and I've worked in the veterinarian field for 4 years. I'm not an idiot and I'm not just posting on YA for no reason. I don't know what else to do and need some alternative options. Thank you.
    8 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Do I neglect my pet?

    I have a pet dog and it's usually locked up in a cage and I feed it very often, clean his cage, etc. I never pet the dog though, hug it, or hold it, neither does my parents. My parents originally bought my dog for my older brother who now moved to college, and he usually let the dog out and let him roam around... show more
    I have a pet dog and it's usually locked up in a cage and I feed it very often, clean his cage, etc. I never pet the dog though, hug it, or hold it, neither does my parents. My parents originally bought my dog for my older brother who now moved to college, and he usually let the dog out and let him roam around or stay in his room (my mom disliked this because my dog isn't trained). Recently I've noticed my dog tends to bark a lot, like a ridiculous amount, like it makes me stay up all night, I did research and I'm assuming the dog is trying to get our attention, he's loaded with food and water, and his area is clean, I'm thinking he's just barking out for our attention expecting affection, instead our mom lashes out at him and our dad tells us to ignore him and he'll be quiet. Honestly I feel like we should give him to another family.
    15 answers · 6 hours ago
  • What's your favorite type of dog?

    Mine is a bulldog. I like that fluffy face cheeks and that
    Mine is a bulldog. I like that fluffy face cheeks and that
    14 answers · 2 hours ago
  • My dog excessively sniffing\ feminine question..?

    My large dog will not quit sniffling my crotch to death. and, slight vaginal odor, even with cleaning, no scent. Thank you. P.S. I m sorry, but, immature answers will be flagged. I just want insight.
    My large dog will not quit sniffling my crotch to death. and, slight vaginal odor, even with cleaning, no scent. Thank you. P.S. I m sorry, but, immature answers will be flagged. I just want insight.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • I got bitten by a dog while protecting my own dog, what do I do?

    I was walking with my dog when this woman's dog comes running up barking, so I put myself in between them, the dog bit me when I pushed him away. I don't want the the dog to be blamed for this, it wasn't his fault, the woman should have him on a lead. How do I get the woman punished without having the... show more
    I was walking with my dog when this woman's dog comes running up barking, so I put myself in between them, the dog bit me when I pushed him away. I don't want the the dog to be blamed for this, it wasn't his fault, the woman should have him on a lead. How do I get the woman punished without having the dog punished too? I bandaged up the injury when I got home, I know how to treat injuries like this, I was trained in first aid.
    24 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do some people pretend their pet dog is a service dog?

    Don't they realise it makes things more difficult for trie disabled people and servixe dogs? And what's with thie ESA thing it doesn't exist in the UK. It seems to be more if a problem in America but I hope i6 doesn't cross the pond into the UK.
    Don't they realise it makes things more difficult for trie disabled people and servixe dogs? And what's with thie ESA thing it doesn't exist in the UK. It seems to be more if a problem in America but I hope i6 doesn't cross the pond into the UK.
    15 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Why do some people care more about a car then animals?

    Best answer: 90% of people don't behave that way. The other 10% are born psychopathic and are incapable of feeling empathy for other living beings. It's a personality disorder that effects some humans, they don't feel empathy and they don't really connect to other human beings and animals very well. So that may... show more
    Best answer: 90% of people don't behave that way.

    The other 10% are born psychopathic and are incapable of feeling empathy for other living beings. It's a personality disorder that effects some humans, they don't feel empathy and they don't really connect to other human beings and animals very well. So that may lead to them harming others without really noticing that they're harming others. That's why.

    That's assuming that this actually happened...

    EDIT: I can't believe how many trolls are defending kicking a dog. xD This is why animal enforcement officers exist...
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it wrong to adopt another dog after your dog passes?

    Best answer: You have a dog "that is still relatively young" is not the time to be concerned about this, enjoy your dog to the fullest while it's still here and instead of being concerned about something that will happen in the future, which is something no one can predict and/or prevent. You may regret wasting... show more
    Best answer: You have a dog "that is still relatively young" is not the time to be concerned about this, enjoy your dog to the fullest while it's still here and instead of being concerned about something that will happen in the future, which is something no one can predict and/or prevent. You may regret wasting time worrying about what will be instead of enjoying the dog now, when it passes.

    This is a matter of personal preference, each is an individual decision. No dog will replace a dog that has passed the memory lives on. JMO, I'd wait until until you're done grieving, everyone grieves differently and requires a different amount of time.
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • I saw a dog get hit by a truck?

    Best answer: I'm really sorry about that. Force yourself to stop thinking about it. It will be hard at first, and you won't be successful. But, over time it will stop haunting you. Try to do something you enjoy.
    Best answer: I'm really sorry about that. Force yourself to stop thinking about it. It will be hard at first, and you won't be successful. But, over time it will stop haunting you. Try to do something you enjoy.
    9 answers · 8 hours ago
  • I can't keep my dog help?

    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are Maltese dogs and Polar bears related? 🐢🐻?

    They look so much alike especially baby polar bears and little maltese puppies
    They look so much alike especially baby polar bears and little maltese puppies
    9 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Found a dead mother of 4 puppies by the road... How should I take care of the puppies?

    Best answer: I honestly think it would be best to take them straight to your local Shelter where they will be reared by experienced people and found good homes. Hand rearing newborn puppies takes a ton of work and devotion - not the least being the need to bottle every 2 hours right around the clock, and help them... show more
    Best answer: I honestly think it would be best to take them straight to your local Shelter where they will be reared by experienced people and found good homes. Hand rearing newborn puppies takes a ton of work and devotion - not the least being the need to bottle every 2 hours right around the clock, and help them 'empty' as their mother would have done. And newborn puppies need to be kept warm so they don't get morbidly chilled and stop eating. They can't regulate their own heat at first.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does my dog lay so close to my baby?

    15 answers · 2 days ago