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handle ferret difficult to eat and medicine to increase appetite?

how to handle the weasel which is difficult to eat , plus the weasel is stressed or in a state of semi-tame ? because that , my ferret very easy to get sick . is there any medice to increase appetite ...
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Adding new clown to a bonded bonded pair

I have 2 black ice ocellaris which are a bonded pair. My original 40 gallon crashed which they loved the little right corner. They're in QT more because I had to sure them in a friend tank with other ...
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Are peas a complete food and nutrition source for squabs?

I've been mulling on this thought for a while, but as of last night, I have two three-week-old squabs to feed and I figure I probably need to find the answer. So far, I have been feeding them ...
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Pet weasel seems afraid of being on the ground

I have a pet weasel. When she is up on my shoulders, she seem to be fine. She will be relaxed and calm. However, when I put her down on the ground, she seems to be very nervous, or afraid. She will ...
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Iguana heating lights?

I just bought some light to use for my iguanas. Can i use this type of light for heating for the iguana (refer to the picture below): I'm not sure whether it produce enough heat or not, but i think ...
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Help! Puppy keeps being too rough with one of my children

My 3.5 month old German Shepherd is a good girl most of the time. We are just having a problem with her at the moment in that she is being too rough and grabbing one of my sons clothes more than ...
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1answer
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What is causing this muscular seizing in my cat?

Background My cat, Polar, is an very amiable calico. This past January (2016) or so, Polar started having these episodes where suddenly her two right paws would seize up, being pulled towards her ...
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Chihuahua Mini Greyhound mix still barking

I have tried all types of ways to teach my chihuahua/Greyhound mix to stop barking. She usually barks when hearing new noises, when someone comes to the door (whether she knows them or not), or ...
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Pitt Bull with knee and hip problems

I have a 6 year old female Pitt Bull who got out when she was about a year old. She came back limping in her back legs and hip area. When I took her in the vet said she could have been hit by a car ...
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Bald flaking patch on dog's back; he does not touch it at all and it has no inflammation or pus

I'm fostering a 5 year old rat terrier and he has a large bald patch that flakes skin. This is an isolated patch; his skin and coat are otherwise healthy: no dandruff, fleas, mites, etc. He doesn't ...
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Dog walking problem

I have a red hair, smooth coat, Dachshund, now 11 months old. I have grown to despise walking her; she eats any thing on walks, even rocks and bugs. She's leaves pine needles, but otherwise it doesn't ...
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How to treat a torn iguana toe nail?

Today when I picked up my iguana I noticed that his nail is almost off his toe but still attached, and there's blood on it, and the toe might be broken because I noticed that he keeps his hands off ...
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My red eared turtle is not moving and not eating!

I have two red eared turtles. I don't know their ages but I love them a lot. One of them is seems like he is paralysed and not eating anything but doctor said he is not. I'm not satisfied with the ...
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1answer
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My German Shorthaired Pointer is displaying nervousness and anxiety: what can I do?

My German Shorthaired Pointer is having issues since our entire family has moved to a new home and yard. She never tore up anything in our house when we would leave her alone, but ever since we moved ...
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1answer
35 views

Do white puppies change colour?

Mother is a West Highland White Terrier. Father is a Mal-Shi (Maltese/Shi-Tzu Mixed Breed), coloured white, brown and tan. Our puppy was born pure white. Is she likely to change her colour as she ...
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Rottweiler - need a durable chewing toy or ball, DESPERATE OWNER :)

I own a Rottweiler female, about 2 years old. I've tried every kind of chewing toy. The only ones she can't destroy are the silicon made ones, but the silicon ball is too much heavy for her and she ...
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1answer
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Hyper extended right shoulder and swelling and sever swelling in back muscles

I got a call from my neighbor saying he found my dog in the creek and she wasn't moving her back legs. I rushed from work to get her. I took her to the vet and he said that she had a hyper-extended ...
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What to do when a dog has a cold?

It seems our 12 week old puppy has gotten a cold from us. Our oldest son came home buggered and passed it on to me and put me home for the day. Doggy is here with us and I just noticed her sneezing ...
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Why is my cat licking my guinea pig's cage?

My cat licks my guinea pig's cage daily. She gets along with her outside the cage (with supervision) and has done this before with a different cage, same guinea pig & with a different cage, ...
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Any ideas for an indoor real, climbable, tree or plant for a cat?

I live in the UK and we have the full gamut of seasons. From freezing January to sweltering August and as my flat faces South, plenty of sun from May to September. It must be something she can climb. ...
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49 views

Can killing a rabbit trigger a behavior change in my dog?

Dog is an English springer spaniel, male, 7 years old. I walk him in an overgrown park (dogs are allowed there), he is off the leash during our walks. Occasionally we see a wild rabbit or squirrel. ...
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2answers
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My dog is limping

I have a a male Yorkie Poo. He is 6.5 years old. He is in good health, but this morning I woke up and he had a limp. It appears that he is putting less weight on his back right leg. I examined the leg ...
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23 views

Can I teach my cat not to eat her treats whole?

I'm sure I should have asked this sooner, as this was something our cat was doing for months, although we didn't pay attention to this until vomit started to appear in our house. Long story short, we ...
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1answer
23 views

Can an Albino Shark stay with a guppy in the same tank?

I recently bought a few guppies and two albino sharks. I have a seven gallon tank. Can I keep both of them together or separate the guppies in my five gallon tank?
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Selling my cockatiel / general inquiries on an allergy

I had a cockatiel for about 1 month... This is the second one I got. He is tamed partially (he still bites sometimes but not me; he doesn't really allow touching his back or wings - sometimes he ...
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2answers
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New roommate's dog tried to bite me. How do I establish that I now belong there?

I'm currently in the process of moving into a new apartment. My roommate is a stranger who I met on Craigslist, and she has been living in the apartment for the past two years. She has a 6 year old ...
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2answers
47 views

What should I do if neighbor's dog cries out (for help)?

My downstairs neighbor has a German Shepherd, and last night the poor dog was periodically crying out (as if in pain) for about an hour, which caused my own dog to freak out a bit. I've never met the ...
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2answers
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Can a male cat look like he isn't neutered when he is?

I recently adopted a pair of cats from a shelter, male and female. I was told that they were neutered and spayed, but the male appears to have normal testicles. I'm taking the cats to my own vet for a ...
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1answer
49 views

Why is the Life Span of an English Bull Mastiff only 10 years?

They say English Bull Mastiff has one of the shortest life spans of the average K-9. The English Bull Mastiff is not even the largest of the K-9 Family! Why do they have such a short life span?
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1answer
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Tips for encouraging a cat to eat more?

My ~10-year-old cat (male, neutered, indoor-only) has recently has a decline in appetite and corresponding weight loss. We've been to the vet, had X-rays and blood tests (normal), had an ultrasound, ...
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Preventing a stressed fish dying. Is it even possible?

From my personal experience, I never see a stressed fish survive. Usually a stressed fish starts to get weak and then die in several next hours. In my case, it usually happens when I change the water ...
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Cichlids fishes are dying in summer weather

I have a different kind of cichlid fish and I live in Lahore, Pakistan. It's summer time here and the temperature is 50°C in day time and 32°C in night. My fish tank is about 45 Gallon and the ...
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1answer
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How to upgrade fish to a much larger aquarium

I currently have a 15gal tank fully cycled. The tank is stock on the heavy side of thing and I purchase a larger tank (75gal) for another project I will not be doing finally. So I will use the larger ...
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Is it possible to crossbreed two different species of mantis?

I am interested specifically in whether it is possible to crossbreed the European and Chinese species of mantis. Has anyone succeeded in doing to, and how did they do it?
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1answer
14 views

Home care for possible ringworm while waiting to see the vet

I brought home two adorable cats from the shelter two weeks ago. The female, Ana, is about 9 months; the male, Professor Paws, about two years. Unfortunately Professor Paws just started scratching ...
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2answers
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What is a good cat food for free-feeding an older cat who is not stomaching dry food lately?

I have a neutered male cat who is in his 11th year now, and as of this year has had trouble keeping his usual dry food down (same stuff he's been eating for years), vomiting it up a couple times per ...
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Berries poisonous for cats

Are these berries poisonous for my cat? (no, he hasn't eaten any, but if they would be dangerous for him, I'd remove that Bush, just to make sure...)
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How to take care of a new puppy? [closed]

I just got a new Rottweiler puppy, about 1.5 months old. I have the least idea about taking its care. The place where I live, the temperature is about 45+ degree Celsius, and I need to know how to ...
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2answers
56 views

Is not allowing your cat to hunt ok?

I have a cat who lives mainly indoors but we leave the window open during daylight for her to come and go as she pleases. She could be gone for an hour or two at a time. We have a little bell on her ...
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1answer
20 views

How to introduce a newly resident cat to regularly visiting dog

We recently adopted a 2 year old male cat from the local humane society. He has a very outgoing personality and has already claimed the house as his own within a few days after spending the night ...
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How to prevent my dog drool

My 6 year Beagle is almost perfect pet- he rarely barks, is very playful and fairly obedient All that goes for a toss when it is feeding time. He drools so much in anticipation of being fed, and ...
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How to tell if worming medication was effective?

Are there any 'clues' to confirm that worming medication has worked and my cat doesn't have worms? (My cat goes to the toilet outside so I can't check for 'poo-clues', if that even is a way :D )
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2answers
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So I am looking into getting a young rabbit but i have 4 cats

So i want a young rabbit and i have 4 cats and one of them is 2 years old and is very hyper he loves to jump and play and attacks the other 3 cats. Should I get a 3 month old bunny with a cat like ...
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67 views

Can a cat be naturally skinny?

I'm writing with a question that has bugged me for a while. I have an approximately two year old rescue cat we found as a kitten. She is our first time cat so I'm not too sure if this is common but I ...
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1answer
21 views

What turtle aquarium substrate suits for “filtration” bacteria?

I would like to have better filtration and I was informed that bacteria which I add to water can live longer and grow in proper substrate. I would like to have also plants, but they have no chance to ...
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1answer
23 views

Is whey good for dogs?

Is it safe to give a puppy liquid whey left over from cheese making? I read somewhere that it is fine and I am curious if that's true as it sounds a bit crazy for that to be true to me.
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1answer
25 views

How long can a Rhodesian Ridgeback run for?

According to http://www.outsideonline.com/1856881/20-best-dog-breeds-runners, a Rhodesian Ridgeback is the breed of dog that's the best for endurance running because it was originally bred to hunt ...
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0answers
22 views

Bearded dragon scared of hands?

I recently purchased two bearded dragons. One is a juvenile while the other is not much older than a baby. The baby bearded dragon is very accepting of holding and interaction and doesn't do much ...
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Dog pees too much problem

Ever since last week my dog (7 year old golden retriever) has been peeing at an unusual amount and licking her anus just as much. Also, a white substance appears in her urine. This all started after i ...
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1answer
18 views

Should juvenile bearded dragons have heat rocks?

I currently have 2 bearded dragons. One being a juvenile and the other being not much older than a baby. I have researched online about bearded dragons and heat rocks with many conflicting answers. ...

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