• Is it normal that I am a 16 year old female and I absolutely hate dogs ?

    Best answer: You hate dogs... Or hate poorly trained dogs?

    Because it sounds like you werr raised around a poorly trained dog. Those are behaviors I wouldnt tolerate in my own pets.
    Best answer: You hate dogs... Or hate poorly trained dogs?

    Because it sounds like you werr raised around a poorly trained dog. Those are behaviors I wouldnt tolerate in my own pets.
    19 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Will i ever be able to forget my dog that died yesterday?

    Best answer: You’ll never forget that your dog died, but more importantly you’ll never forget that your dog lived! As time goes by, the sad memories of losing your dog will be far outnumbered by pleasant memories of being with and loving your dog. After all, you played with, cared for and enjoyed your dog for a very long time... show more
    Best answer: You’ll never forget that your dog died, but more importantly you’ll never forget that your dog lived!
    As time goes by, the sad memories of losing your dog will be far outnumbered by pleasant memories of being with and loving your dog. After all, you played with, cared for and enjoyed your dog for a very long time before you finally had to say goodbye.
    Not everybody gets to know and love a dog. Cherish those memories.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you put uneaten kibble back in the bag?

    When I feed my puppy kibble, there are some meals where he won’t finish every last piece so I put the kibble back into the bag. Is this okay to do or does this effect the food and him? I’d hate to have to throw away the remaining kibble but if it’s bad to put it back into the bag then I definitely don’t want to do... show more
    When I feed my puppy kibble, there are some meals where he won’t finish every last piece so I put the kibble back into the bag. Is this okay to do or does this effect the food and him? I’d hate to have to throw away the remaining kibble but if it’s bad to put it back into the bag then I definitely don’t want to do that either. My mom is convinced that it’s bad for the dog but I’ve never heard of this before and can’t really find anything online about what to do with uneaten kibble.
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • What’s the grossest part about owning a dog?

    Best answer: Dealing with the crap, piss, and vomit so yeah that is gross and anyone saying it isn't is a damn liar. You just put up with it because you don't have a choice in the matter if you want a dog. They lick their damn butt holes, some of them roll in and sometimes eat other animals ****, some eat their own ****... show more
    Best answer: Dealing with the crap, piss, and vomit so yeah that is gross and anyone saying it isn't is a damn liar. You just put up with it because you don't have a choice in the matter if you want a dog. They lick their damn butt holes, some of them roll in and sometimes eat other animals ****, some eat their own **** and some eat or roll in dead things and hellsometimes they'll eat their own vomit. I've seen dogs lick other dogs urine!!

    ( But babies are worse Verulam??? 🤔 they may need diaper changes for a few years until they're on the potty for themselves and clean themselves properly but they ain't eating and rolling in nasty things or getting you to pick up their crap for the rest of their lives and they certainly ain't licking their butts like a dog either )
    23 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is there a way to get the microchip in my dog scanned?

    I have a daschound I rescued and he has the blue mark indicating he has the microchip but I unfortunately have no documents of any kind or no idea what the microchip number would be, I don’t even know his birthday :(. I was wondering if there’s a way to get it scanned to learn some of his information? And also be... show more
    I have a daschound I rescued and he has the blue mark indicating he has the microchip but I unfortunately have no documents of any kind or no idea what the microchip number would be, I don’t even know his birthday :(. I was wondering if there’s a way to get it scanned to learn some of his information? And also be able to change the information under his file so he is in my name?
    11 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How to make myaelf hate or fear dogs?

    I want a dog, but the breed I want is too expensive. So how can I make myself hate or fear dogs so I will stop wanting one?
    I want a dog, but the breed I want is too expensive. So how can I make myself hate or fear dogs so I will stop wanting one?
    12 answers · 9 hours ago
  • If I adopt a dog that has never been vaccinated, how do I catch them up on their vaccinations?

    Best answer: a grown dog does not have to have a series of 4 vaccines. Vaccinate one=ce and 4 weeks later vaccinate a second time and in a year one more time, and he should be good for 5 years. The reason to vaccinate puppies so often is because of what they call the maternal window of susceptibility. It's long and drawn... show more
    Best answer: a grown dog does not have to have a series of 4 vaccines. Vaccinate one=ce and 4 weeks later vaccinate a second time and in a year one more time, and he should be good for 5 years. The reason to vaccinate puppies so often is because of what they call the maternal window of susceptibility. It's long and drawn out basically because somewhere between 6 and 16 weeks is when the maternal antibodies wear off, and since every puppy is individual, there is no sure way to know when the mom's antibodies wear off so you vaccinate every 3 -4 weeks hoping that in that time frame, the vaccination antibodies aren't destroyed by Mom's antibodies. google it.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are the most reliable websites for dog breed info?

    Best answer: Thee are somany websites they have great information out there as well as a lot that have just as much misinformation. You need to do tons of reading and research, write down all the positives and then all the cons of each dog breed your considering. Our vet suggested that we visit a couple breeders of the... show more
    Best answer: Thee are somany websites they have great information out there as well as a lot that have just as much misinformation. You need to do tons of reading and research, write down all the positives and then all the cons of each dog breed your considering.

    Our vet suggested that we visit a couple breeders of the breed we wanted and they in turn were able to answer more detailed questions about the dogs we were considering. There are no websites that I know of that post only the exact facts of each breed, just as there is no one dog food out there that is the best of the best and is that way for every dog. It’s all a matter of collecting the data and to see what works the best.

    Good luck in your search.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How often should you wash a dog?

    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    Would once a day be too much, I don’t want to irritate there skin
    31 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do I tell my mom that we found her dog dead?

    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    Best answer: Just tell her the truth that that you failed to keep the dog safe, by your negligence, accept the consequences if there are any....as all of you deserve whatever she chooses as punishment, by doing what "you along with" even more, so what a tangled web we weave when we deceive...
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • My dog is taking antibiotics and he doesnt like the pill pocket. Will these be ok?

    I was just messing around in the kitchen and came up with the idea to mix peanut butter, a little milk and coconut oil and flour to thicken and rolling up some peanut butter balls and freezing them to harden and using them as pill pockets. They worked great and my dog loves them but how unhealthy are they?
    I was just messing around in the kitchen and came up with the idea to mix peanut butter, a little milk and coconut oil and flour to thicken and rolling up some peanut butter balls and freezing them to harden and using them as pill pockets. They worked great and my dog loves them but how unhealthy are they?
    8 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Is my ex partner entitled to his dog after leaving her with me for 3 years?

    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    My ex partner moved out of our home 3 years ago and left his dog. He has now contacted my asking for his dog back but I want to keep the dog as I ve grown to love and care for the dog. Is he entitled to the dog or can I legally keep her
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why are people so cruel?

    My pit bull Sasha died last week at age seventeen. I had her since she was two months old and she was the sweetest dog to ever walk the earth. I posted a tribute to her online and people just keep making hurtful comments. They said stuff like 'good riddance' 'how many children did she kill?' and... show more
    My pit bull Sasha died last week at age seventeen. I had her since she was two months old and she was the sweetest dog to ever walk the earth. I posted a tribute to her online and people just keep making hurtful comments. They said stuff like 'good riddance' 'how many children did she kill?' and 'I would've put a bullet in its head seventeen years ago.' Sasha never hurt anyone in her whole life. It hurts so much that people are like that.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do vets always cost way more then planned?

    Everytime I take an animal to the vet for whatever kind of issue it costs way more than I thought it would. Last time my dog had a puffy swollen eye and it coated $200 for the exam, a florescent eye drop exam thing, antibiotics, and eyedrops which his eye ended up just being irritated so I'm not sure he even... show more
    Everytime I take an animal to the vet for whatever kind of issue it costs way more than I thought it would. Last time my dog had a puffy swollen eye and it coated $200 for the exam, a florescent eye drop exam thing, antibiotics, and eyedrops which his eye ended up just being irritated so I'm not sure he even needed all that. The vet never tells me how much things will be until the end of the appointment! I don't have a lot of money but I make sure my animals have what they need at least. Now my other dog just started showing possible signs of kennel cough although he has been vaccinated. I'm making him an appointment but I'm scared it's going to cost a ton. Is there a way to get the vet to be up front about prices without sounding like a penny pincher?
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • I have 2 full breed huskies but neither one of their parents has AKC papers. How can I obtain papers and how did the first dogs get them?

    There is no way that the AKC has always existed so how did the first Huskies get their AKC paperwork? Maybe this will help me.
    There is no way that the AKC has always existed so how did the first Huskies get their AKC paperwork? Maybe this will help me.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do I deserve a second chance?

    I am trying to convince my parents into letting me get a puppy. But they say I can’t because my other dog before didn’t work out. The other dog, Zues, was a rescue dog that was a year and about four months when we got him. He didn’t get along with my other dogs and my parents always would tell me to put him in my... show more
    I am trying to convince my parents into letting me get a puppy. But they say I can’t because my other dog before didn’t work out. The other dog, Zues, was a rescue dog that was a year and about four months when we got him. He didn’t get along with my other dogs and my parents always would tell me to put him in my room so they won’t fight. He was energetic and still acted like a little puppy while my older dogs were 6+7 and the older one acts like a puppy on a day to day basis. Long story short, he ended up leaving a little tooth mark on my oldest dog and we had to give him back to the shelter. (Couple hours later he was adopted again) So ever since that, they would blame me on the whole incident even though I was at school when it happened, and they were at home working so I had no control over it. I showed my parents how responsible I am with my other dogs, walking, feeding, brushing etc, and at school with my grades and homework so I don’t see why I don’t deserve to have a second chance with a much younger puppy, rather then having a older dog wanting to become alpha of the house. My other dogs are amazing with puppies and my neighbors dogs so I don’t see having another dog would be a problem, but it could be. What do you guys think? Do I deserve a second chance?
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Can shelters send dogs to other shelters closer to you?

    I found a dog in a shelter I’m interested in down in Virginia and I like in pa and it would honestly suck to make the drive down their for my dog to meet him and then to hate each other. I’ve heard of them moving dogs around but i think it’s when they get over crowded or the dogs are there for long periods of time.... show more
    I found a dog in a shelter I’m interested in down in Virginia and I like in pa and it would honestly suck to make the drive down their for my dog to meet him and then to hate each other. I’ve heard of them moving dogs around but i think it’s when they get over crowded or the dogs are there for long periods of time. Should I enquire about this or is that a rude thing to ask of a shelter?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Transitioning between homemade dog foods?

    do you have to slowly transition a dog from one protein source to another when making homemade dog food (example: switching from a primarily turkey diet to beef diet but keeping all other ingredients the same)?
    do you have to slowly transition a dog from one protein source to another when making homemade dog food (example: switching from a primarily turkey diet to beef diet but keeping all other ingredients the same)?
    8 answers · 15 hours ago