• How to register my dog? why do i need to?

    Best answer: If you mean registering the Transfer from the Breeder's name into your name, the fee required should be on the form and you just complete the form and send it off to the AKC, with the transfer fee. No tax - a one off fee. You don't NEED to do the Transfer - many times my puppy buyers didn't bother... show more
    Best answer: If you mean registering the Transfer from the Breeder's name into your name, the fee required should be on the form and you just complete the form and send it off to the AKC, with the transfer fee. No tax - a one off fee. You don't NEED to do the Transfer - many times my puppy buyers didn't bother to. Most were just pets in any case and it's really only if you want to show and/or breed that a Transfer is needed to be done.

    Registering the dog with your local authorities - contact them and ask re how much. Your dog will need to be vaccinated against rabies, when old enough. In Canada, the local Township needed proof of this being done (via the tag). Licensing them as I recall, had to be done annually.
    8 answers · Dogs · 5 days ago
  • Are German Shepards too aggressive or do they make good pets?
  • What's your opinion on pit bulls?

    21 answers · Dogs · 20 hours ago
  • What happened Di's account? Is that account with the fox genuine or a clone?

    Best answer: My other accounts are still there, but I'm losing 150 points a week with Mistress of Morality so let the Chav have the points, I don't care.
    Meanwhile I have returned with this account to stir up the chickens.
    This is not a cloned account.
    Love from Di 💗💙💚
    Best answer: My other accounts are still there, but I'm losing 150 points a week with Mistress of Morality so let the Chav have the points, I don't care.
    Meanwhile I have returned with this account to stir up the chickens.
    This is not a cloned account.
    Love from Di 💗💙💚
    7 answers · Yahoo Answers · 3 hours ago
  • Why are small dogs too yappy and annoying?

    Pomeranians, Maltese, Yorkies, Bichons, etc. They seem too excited to see people! They’re like cotton balls that follow you around and never leave you alone. Not all are, but MOST so far. I stay far away from them, but occasionally you get little dogs come right up and sniff.
    Pomeranians, Maltese, Yorkies, Bichons, etc. They seem too excited to see people! They’re like cotton balls that follow you around and never leave you alone. Not all are, but MOST so far. I stay far away from them, but occasionally you get little dogs come right up and sniff.
    15 answers · Dogs · 14 hours ago
  • What's your favorite dog breed?

    16 answers · Dogs · 20 hours ago
  • Are you scared of dogs?

    230 answers · Dogs · 6 days ago
  • A dog catcher killed my dog for no reason?

    So a dog catcher killed my dog under the circumstance that he couldn’t catch him. My dog was doing no harm to anybody and from my research pressing charges could be an option but I don’t know if it would just be a waste of time. Any suggestions? (I live in Texas btw)
    So a dog catcher killed my dog under the circumstance that he couldn’t catch him. My dog was doing no harm to anybody and from my research pressing charges could be an option but I don’t know if it would just be a waste of time. Any suggestions? (I live in Texas btw)
    14 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • What breed of dog do you have? And are you happy with the choice you made to get that breed?

    What breed of dog do you have? And are you happy with the choice you made to get that breed?

    Best answer: A Vlcak (Czechoslovakian Wolfdog) and yes im happy with my choice as he herds my Ewes very very well indeed in temps where a Border Collie would collapse from heat exhaustion.... Which is also exactly why i chose the breed
    Best answer: A Vlcak (Czechoslovakian Wolfdog) and yes im happy with my choice as he herds my Ewes very very well indeed in temps where a Border Collie would collapse from heat exhaustion.... Which is also exactly why i chose the breed
    15 answers · Dogs · 1 day ago
  • What can I do?

    I have a female cat , whom stays in sometime but mostly stays outside everyday. I got her as a kitten now shes a young lady..(I guess) she keeps attracting all male cats , every second of the day theyre trying to mate with her. She runs and runs, and finally gives in. Every day theres a different Tom cat sticking... show more
    I have a female cat , whom stays in sometime but mostly stays outside everyday. I got her as a kitten now shes a young lady..(I guess) she keeps attracting all male cats , every second of the day theyre trying to mate with her. She runs and runs, and finally gives in. Every day theres a different Tom cat sticking around to mate with her. I feel sorry for my baby Lol. Also, she's already pregnant. And no she cannot stay in my house 24/7.
    12 answers · Cats · 19 hours ago
  • Why does my dog poop so much?

    He's almost 12 and he's a lab mix, he's been pooping everytime he goes out which is about 4 times a day and everytime he poops. He eats a mixture of kibble and meat. My other dog which is a almost 6 year old papillion mix eats the same thing but only poops once to twice a day...
    He's almost 12 and he's a lab mix, he's been pooping everytime he goes out which is about 4 times a day and everytime he poops. He eats a mixture of kibble and meat. My other dog which is a almost 6 year old papillion mix eats the same thing but only poops once to twice a day...
    9 answers · Dogs · 5 hours ago
  • Does your dog like to chase Sherman tanks?

    14 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • My pit got into a fight?

    My pit got into a fight with a dog , that entered OUR yard. And my dog will be the one put down even though the other dog started it. He has been in multiple situations in which this happened. Other dogs enter OUR property. No leash. No owner in sight. My dog is on probation, this basically was his last string and... show more
    My pit got into a fight with a dog , that entered OUR yard. And my dog will be the one put down even though the other dog started it. He has been in multiple situations in which this happened. Other dogs enter OUR property. No leash. No owner in sight. My dog is on probation, this basically was his last string and if the person called animal control, they will put him down no matter what. Do you think its fair other dogs enter our yard, provoke my dog, and my dog will be the one put down? Answers will probably be negative due to opinions on pits.
    26 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Is it possible I could have a dog with my allergies?

    My favourite animal in the world is a dog. I have always wanted one since I was a little girl. I used to have one and didn't have any reaction to it until we have it to my grandmother (we moved house). My allergies are bad. I have to have an inhaler, the strongest allergy tablets, I get lumps on my skin, I... show more
    My favourite animal in the world is a dog. I have always wanted one since I was a little girl. I used to have one and didn't have any reaction to it until we have it to my grandmother (we moved house). My allergies are bad. I have to have an inhaler, the strongest allergy tablets, I get lumps on my skin, I can't breath well for up to five days after being around a dog, my skin inches until I scratched it red raw. I see things online about just hoovering up after your dog can stop the allergies but I have a feeling my allergies are too bad for me to have a dog.
    11 answers · Dogs · 23 hours ago
  • My dog has food aggression?

    My dog is just over one year old, we got him at 12 weeks from a place filled with dogs much larger than him, and from the glimpses we got of the kitchen he was shut in with the other dogs, he probably had to fight to get the food. Now, he’s tiny, chihuahua x poodle. But both, I’ve heard and from experience, are... show more
    My dog is just over one year old, we got him at 12 weeks from a place filled with dogs much larger than him, and from the glimpses we got of the kitchen he was shut in with the other dogs, he probably had to fight to get the food. Now, he’s tiny, chihuahua x poodle. But both, I’ve heard and from experience, are genetically aggressive breeds. He’s always been aggressive over extra food more than his dinner. Treats, or our food, he will sit and beg, and if he doesn’t get given something fast enough, he will lunge at any nearbye animals, people, objects (the vacuum pipe has taken a beating) But with his dinner food, I can walk right up to him and take it away. I’m unsure of how to calm him.
    11 answers · Dogs · 24 hours ago
  • Am i worrying too much about my Dog?

    Best answer: Putting any dog out in the cold is questionable, especially one with no coat to speak of like yours. And your brother needs to train his dog to let yours alone - all of the pit types were bred to be dog-aggressive, and sooner or later yours will snap and that will be the end of your brother's dog. You need... show more
    Best answer: Putting any dog out in the cold is questionable, especially one with no coat to speak of like yours. And your brother needs to train his dog to let yours alone - all of the pit types were bred to be dog-aggressive, and sooner or later yours will snap and that will be the end of your brother's dog. You need to come up with a compromise solution. Your brother's dog can be confined in his bedroom while no one is at home to supervise, and yours can be brought in out of the cold. And if they object, then offer to split the days - one day his dog stays outdoors, the next day yours does. And when they complain that it's too cold to do that, you have just made your point. The home belongs to both of you - which means you have 'equal rights' to the dogs staying inside.
    5 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago