• Do walruses make good pets?

    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can any pet live in one of these?

    Can any pet live in one of these?

    Best answer: A juvenile tarantula, scorpion, vinegaroon etc. They will outgrow it eventually though. Maybe small beetles or small millipedes.
    Best answer: A juvenile tarantula, scorpion, vinegaroon etc. They will outgrow it eventually though. Maybe small beetles or small millipedes.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to get my rabbit used to wood flooring?

    So I have a seal point Netherland dwarf, age of 7 or 8 and I've had to put blankets on the floor so she actually will come out of her cage and run around. However now I'm starting to run into a problem. I work night shifts and it makes it so hard to have to fold the blankets then put them back down every... show more
    So I have a seal point Netherland dwarf, age of 7 or 8 and I've had to put blankets on the floor so she actually will come out of her cage and run around. However now I'm starting to run into a problem. I work night shifts and it makes it so hard to have to fold the blankets then put them back down every single day, especially with my sleeping habits now. It makes my room very messy. Is there any way I can get her used to the floor? she'll walk on it but she won't stay on it for long.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • 🍒 Would you have cockroaches as pets?

    Best answer: I had a hissing cockroach pet. It was nice. I got it originally because I have a phobia of cockroaches, and wanted to desensitize myself. Well, hissing cockroaches are not really like the pest cockroaches you might get in the house, so it didn't really help. But I got along fine with the hisser. They are... show more
    Best answer: I had a hissing cockroach pet. It was nice.
    I got it originally because I have a phobia of cockroaches, and wanted to desensitize myself. Well, hissing cockroaches are not really like the pest cockroaches you might get in the house, so it didn't really help. But I got along fine with the hisser.
    They are slow-moving and don't run or fly.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can a pig be a therapy pet?

    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Anyone know the answer to this?? I cant find it when I try and research it.?

    Best answer: There is no general answer when it comes to this. If it isn't spelled out in your lease, ask your landlord, and be sure and get permission to keep the specific animal written into your lease agreement so there's no conflict later.
    Best answer: There is no general answer when it comes to this. If it isn't spelled out in your lease, ask your landlord, and be sure and get permission to keep the specific animal written into your lease agreement so there's no conflict later.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • My bunnies had a fight, one ripped the others fur out!?

    so theyre both fixed, the girl has been for a month and the boy has been fixed for 1 year. Theyre siblings and used to love eachother alot. Ive been trying to slowly introduce them in a neutral space, but today it escalated very quickly and the boy bit his sister on her back, there was a little red mark, and lots... show more
    so theyre both fixed, the girl has been for a month and the boy has been fixed for 1 year. Theyre siblings and used to love eachother alot. Ive been trying to slowly introduce them in a neutral space, but today it escalated very quickly and the boy bit his sister on her back, there was a little red mark, and lots of fur ripped out. Theyre seperated again, but i dont know if they can come back from it. What do you think?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I don't know what to do. ;( Please help?

    Best answer: You said you just moved your rabbit to a new area. Rabbits, especially un-neutered ones can be territorial about their housing which is probably why he has just bitten your grandma. You rabbit it 6 months old and as other have mentioned is going through 'puberty'. Rabbits can also act this way if they have... show more
    Best answer: You said you just moved your rabbit to a new area. Rabbits, especially un-neutered ones can be territorial about their housing which is probably why he has just bitten your grandma. You rabbit it 6 months old and as other have mentioned is going through 'puberty'. Rabbits can also act this way if they have been in the same area for a long period of time without much socialisation. This is because they only have this one small area and therefore feel the need to protect it. You said your rabbit is in a cage in a barn for about 2 weeks. I hope he has been let out of his cage during this time for playtime!. If not then that would definately explain why he is acting this way! If i was stuck in a small area for 2 weeks I would be angry.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do pets remember their mothers?

    Best answer: Sure. My cat told me his mom was a rare orange tabby named Moggy and his name was Kitty Number 3.
    Best answer: Sure. My cat told me his mom was a rare orange tabby named Moggy and his name was Kitty Number 3.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to convince my parents to let me get a bunny?

    So i've done all the research, saved all the money and this isnt the first animal i've ever had.. in the past i've had 6 hamsters all of which died from age (one had 6 babies which i gave away), and 2 cats.. I also had 2 guniea pigs for 2 years before giving them away.. in the past my brother had 24... show more
    So i've done all the research, saved all the money and this isnt the first animal i've ever had.. in the past i've had 6 hamsters all of which died from age (one had 6 babies which i gave away), and 2 cats.. I also had 2 guniea pigs for 2 years before giving them away.. in the past my brother had 24 fish, 5 turtles, and kept a blind cat until he moved out however he was extremely resposible and knew what he was doing.. I can pay for the food when needed etc, its just letting it come home with me xD any tips? Thank you~
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to train my pet spider?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Found a bunny.?

    Me and a few younger friends found a baby rabbit right next to an adult rabbit (female). We assumed this was the mother and washed him off, Fed him some alphalfa and tried to look for a home for him. (ps he had a broken leg) . I dont know who we should ask, where to get permits or anything like that. Pss I am in... show more
    Me and a few younger friends found a baby rabbit right next to an adult rabbit (female). We assumed this was the mother and washed him off, Fed him some alphalfa and tried to look for a home for him. (ps he had a broken leg) . I dont know who we should ask, where to get permits or anything like that. Pss I am in Ontario SO I go by Ontario law.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What pet is cuddly like a small dog?

    I cant have a dog. I want a pet that is about 10-12 pounds, warm blooded, snuggles and doesnt need a cage. Cats arent an option. I dont like them. Rabbits and ferrets STINK. They arent an option.
    I cant have a dog. I want a pet that is about 10-12 pounds, warm blooded, snuggles and doesnt need a cage. Cats arent an option. I dont like them. Rabbits and ferrets STINK. They arent an option.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • ANSWER PLEASE ABOUT MY SUGAR GLIDER, IF YOU'RE A VET or HAVE EXACT EXPERIENCE?

    I was left her in my house about 5 days with some crackers and water. Now she has no fat like skeleton and limp, doesn't have any energy, and doesn't want to eat. She always lay like a grilled chicken (I'm not joking right now) and frozen, but she still gave some responses like little jump or walk but... show more
    I was left her in my house about 5 days with some crackers and water. Now she has no fat like skeleton and limp, doesn't have any energy, and doesn't want to eat. She always lay like a grilled chicken (I'm not joking right now) and frozen, but she still gave some responses like little jump or walk but she seems like can't control her movement. My sugar glider looks like sleeping but her eyes is open, like she is really don't have any energy. I already give her honey and she don't want it, still frozen. I already give her water and honey through a small straw right into her mouth but she doesn't swallow it. Please what should i do. Is there any medicine or treatment can I give to her ???because i can't go to the veterinary clinic, it's already night. I know it was my fault why i just give her some crackers not vegetables or fruits , i should've but some for her :"((( I can't she her in this conditions so please,,, what should I do:((
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the going rate per day for a house/pet sitter?

    Overnight, one dog. Upstate Bew York.
    Overnight, one dog. Upstate Bew York.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you have any pets?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago