• Can you drown a flea in water?

    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If my parents said yes to a dog, then they would want me to trade my pigs for the dog. What should I do?

    I have 2 female guinea pigs, they have been making a lot of mess for me to clean up...and I am the only one taking care of my pigs, my parents won t help either. One time, my mom asked what if we traded the guinea pigs for a dog. Then, I didn t want that. But, recently I took it into consideration. It sounds bad,... show more
    I have 2 female guinea pigs, they have been making a lot of mess for me to clean up...and I am the only one taking care of my pigs, my parents won t help either. One time, my mom asked what if we traded the guinea pigs for a dog. Then, I didn t want that. But, recently I took it into consideration. It sounds bad, but I wouldn t be just trading them in just for a dog. They are very messy and harder for me to take care of. I got them last Christmas and begged for them.... So I am a little lost and just need an opinion, I ve wanted a dog for forever and I really don t want to miss my chance.
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What do you call people who disown their pets and get new ones ?

    My family keeps getting new pets with in 5 years they already got rid of 10 animals 5 dogs , 4 cats and a budgie . They refuse to look after them after 6months or so owning them and blame one another because they dont look after . My self i have two dogs one age 6 years and other 3 years my family disowned them... show more
    My family keeps getting new pets with in 5 years they already got rid of 10 animals 5 dogs , 4 cats and a budgie . They refuse to look after them after 6months or so owning them and blame one another because they dont look after . My self i have two dogs one age 6 years and other 3 years my family disowned them but i took ownership and after they disown these 2 they keep getting new pets and they do not last long . Ita heart breaking for me as a i see animals as family members i tried encouraging each family member to have responsibility if they get a pet . They only care for like a half a year and then they expect one person of the family to loom after it so there is no family teamwork.
    15 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Getting a ferret in California?

    Hey there I was wondering if I went to Nevada to get a ferret could I bring it back to California without penalty? If I were to would vets still treat it?
    Hey there I was wondering if I went to Nevada to get a ferret could I bring it back to California without penalty? If I were to would vets still treat it?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What pets adapt well to cold weather?

    Best answer: Ferrets make nice pets and can withstand cold. They are legal to keep as pets in most places.

    My friend used to have ferrets. They are fun and run on pure adrenaline so they are immune to cold.
    Best answer: Ferrets make nice pets and can withstand cold. They are legal to keep as pets in most places.

    My friend used to have ferrets. They are fun and run on pure adrenaline so they are immune to cold.
    12 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is it rude for a house guest to ask you to put your pets away?

    My friend asked me if my husband and I wanted to get together soon, and we set a time and date. Later, my friend asked if we can host it at my house and if we can put our dog and cat upstairs because her husband is allergic to pets. She said he'll also take allergy medicine before they come. This rubs me the... show more
    My friend asked me if my husband and I wanted to get together soon, and we set a time and date. Later, my friend asked if we can host it at my house and if we can put our dog and cat upstairs because her husband is allergic to pets. She said he'll also take allergy medicine before they come. This rubs me the wrong way because I assumed they would be hosting because of his allergies. I'm happy to host, but I've never locked my pets away before when we are home, and I would feel terrible the whole time. I don't like when people allow their dogs all over me either, but my dog does not jump on people or bark. Whenever he approaches a guest who doesn't like dogs, I call him off immediately and he obeys. The cat ignores everyone. Do you think it's reasonable to ask someone to lock their pets away in their own home? With allergies, does it really make that much of a difference if you can see the animal or not?
    17 answers · 1 month ago
  • Rabbit urine burned my skin through my clothing and left blisters. What can you tell me?.?

    was holding my 10.5 week old bunny when it peed a lot on me. it went through my clothing and the towel that i had her on and it burned me so bad i thought that i was gonna cry. i have blisters on my skin. Either I am extremely sensitive or something else is going on here. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
    was holding my 10.5 week old bunny when it peed a lot on me. it went through my clothing and the towel that i had her on and it burned me so bad i thought that i was gonna cry. i have blisters on my skin. Either I am extremely sensitive or something else is going on here. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
    14 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Pets that like to go for walks besides cats and dogs? No large animals, too.?

    Best answer: Bunnies. https://youtu.be/USZzI2inTMw
    Best answer: Bunnies. https://youtu.be/USZzI2inTMw
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What pet can I get that is heavier than a hamster, requires the same care and can live alone?

    Best answer: Nothing. There are no animals that fit exactly what you are looking for. Guinea pigs, rabbits and chinchillas require different/more care than a hamster. Guinea pigs must be housed in pairs or groups. I believe chinchillas need to be in pairs or groups as well. Reptiles require far different care but they are... show more
    Best answer: Nothing. There are no animals that fit exactly what you are looking for.
    Guinea pigs, rabbits and chinchillas require different/more care than a hamster. Guinea pigs must be housed in pairs or groups. I believe chinchillas need to be in pairs or groups as well.
    Reptiles require far different care but they are easy to care for. However, most eat animals or bugs and if you are not willing to feed an animal an appropriate diet, do not get it. Maybe you could get a tortoise? I have never had one and don't know much about their care. I do know they need large cages (even the smallest kinds) and they need fresh veggies daily. I don't think they would be as easy to care for as a hamster but you could look into it.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Conservatives. Why do liberals lie by trying to steal credit from Trump by saying reason why everything going good is because of obama?

    Best answer: Liberals couldn't lie they would say anything
    Best answer: Liberals couldn't lie they would say anything
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • What types of small pets are good for someone with a physical disability?

    Best answer: Sounds like you want a parrot. If recommend a green cheek conure. They are single person birds. That is they bond VERY strongly with one person and if your lucky learn to tolerate the other people in the house lol. They are not super messy or smelly, certainly not more so than a hamster. Although they do like to... show more
    Best answer: Sounds like you want a parrot.

    If recommend a green cheek conure. They are single person birds. That is they bond VERY strongly with one person and if your lucky learn to tolerate the other people in the house lol.

    They are not super messy or smelly, certainly not more so than a hamster. Although they do like to throw seeds and feathers around so prepare to vacuum a lot!

    If you keep his wings clipped he can go outside in the garden with you and even to school if they’ll allow it.

    I have a friend whose green cheek conure is potty trained. He bobs his head when he needs to go and she holds him over a thrash can.

    They are cute, friendly, funny, loving and really very active creatures.

    There’s lots of good YouTube videos on them and many many books. I recommend doing a TON of research before buying one.

    They are also quite expensive in pet stores so you want to try and buy one straight from the breeder.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Should anyone be able to adopt a pet?

    Should we check if they can afford? Do a back round check?
    Should we check if they can afford? Do a back round check?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Asked my mom for two sugar gliders. Offered to pay for everything and quit my job+volleyball if need be. She still says no. Help!?

    Best answer: Like ferrets they have their own unique smell, they are slightly hard keepers and unless your a night owl you will be paying for and caring for pets you can watch sleep. I had a great time with my sons, however he was ever so frustrated because he couldn’t even rouse them with food. I have had insomnia my whole... show more
    Best answer: Like ferrets they have their own unique smell, they are slightly hard keepers and unless your a night owl you will be paying for and caring for pets you can watch sleep. I had a great time with my sons, however he was ever so frustrated because he couldn’t even rouse them with food. I have had insomnia my whole life so I usually have night shift watch over our managerial.

    Your mom doesn’t want them so respect her wishes, you will be off and on your own sooner than you think, keep reading up on them, save about $1;000.000 for emergencies, toys and any emergent things above normal costs then you will be ready to have them. My son rehome his after 16 months in lieu of a macaw. I left it up to him since it was his money and his job paying for everything pet wise.
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • What happens in the case of a pet owner being unable to afford vet bills or other emergency care for their cat or dog?

    Best answer: Responsible pet owners realize that providing vet care is part of having a pet. If you have no means for doing that, then you should not own a pet. For vet visits and emergency care, you need to pay up front as vets have learned the hard way that they are often "stiffed". There are credit cards and... show more
    Best answer: Responsible pet owners realize that providing vet care is part of having a pet. If you have no means for doing that, then you should not own a pet. For vet visits and emergency care, you need to pay up front as vets have learned the hard way that they are often "stiffed". There are credit cards and Care Credit to pay for vet bills, and there is also pet insurance. If a pet owner cannot afford care, then the animal either goes home to suffer and die, or it gets euthanized (which also has a cost). Owning a pet is a luxury, not something we are entitled to have.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why are so many pets going missing nowadays?

    In my area in East London, there are missing notice alerts at the bus stops and all that all the time now.
    In my area in East London, there are missing notice alerts at the bus stops and all that all the time now.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • For my tattoo I’m hoping to get my rabbit and dogs paw alongside some writing. What sort of paint do I need to use on the rabbit paw?

    That’s not dangerous for the rabbit or dog and will wash off. I’m hoping to paint it on their foot then put it into paper.
    That’s not dangerous for the rabbit or dog and will wash off. I’m hoping to paint it on their foot then put it into paper.
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why do parents have into their kids demands for pets it they don't want one Themselves?

    Best answer: Because it's easier to give in than to be a good parent and say "no".
    Best answer: Because it's easier to give in than to be a good parent and say "no".
    4 answers · 2 months ago