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Pittie intense GLOWING blue eye shine

I have a 4yr old green eyed reverse brindle female pit with the most intense blue eye shine, her eyes literally GLOW a crazy bright bright blue it’s startles all, vet included! I live in central Fl so ...
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Inulin and fat absorption in dogs

Just been looking around for some new food to feed our small dogs, the one in question is about 6kg (13 years), and have found Bestie Kitchen, which looks interesting. The ingredient list is below (...
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What are some home remedies for a constipated dog?

So my dog hasn't been pooping like regular for a few days and she seems to be struggling when she does try. I think she might be constipated. I am going to take her to the vet ASAP but I would love to ...
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Have you ever encountered a dog (or puppy) with a small appetite? [closed]

When your dog or puppy isn't eating, I've noticed it's usually because he's either sick or picky. But I also realized that maybe he could just have a small appetite, e.g. just not into eating that ...
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Due to roach infestations in the past, i began feeding my cat on paper on the dining table. Now she won't eat from her dish again post-bugs

I have been feeding my senior cat on the kitchen table for a while since I was having problems with roaches getting into her bowl. Now i bought a brand new feeder but she still looks for her food on ...
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Do lost dogs stay in packs?

I just lost two of my dogs, one small and one large. Do dogs who are lost normally stay in a pack? Edit: I just found my dogs, and I can confirm that they, and two other dogs that I found, stayed ...
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Why does my cat always bring me his toy when I'm brushing teeth in the bathroom?

I know that bringing me his toy is a sign of attention-seeking, but why does he always do this when I'm brushing my teeth in the bathroom, not when I ignore him while doing other things like using my ...
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Stop dog from bothering my mom

My mom has come to our house and our dog is constantly bothering her. Continuously licking her feet, smelling and licking her genital areas, etc. Telling him no or giving him jail time is not helping. ...
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How to clean hermit crab leftovers?

I have a 5-gallon glass tank for my 2 hermit crabs. I feed them river shrimps twice a day, but they leave a lot of food untouched, which tends to settle on the bottom of the tank between and under the ...
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Can I stop my male cat from beating up my female cat?

One morning my grandson and I found a cat digging through our trash can. He was literally skin and bones. We decided to fees him. His need for food over powered his fear of us and he let us pet him. ...
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What is this hair loss at my cats ears and head?

As of now its limited to her head and ears, but I am afraid its spreading. She is loosing hair rapidly below her right eye. Can anyone tell me the actual name of the illness or any remedy? It will be ...
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How to keep the neighbour's cat out of my home with a cat door?

I installed a cat flap on our door for our cat Pablo, so he can leave the house to socialize with the other outdoor cats in the neighbourhood. We didn't have any problem until one of the other cats (...
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My praying mantis won’t molt? It’s been 3 months?

My praying mantis hasn’t molted in three months. She’s only molted twice in her life. The second time she molted she molded wrong and her front hands got stuck in skin so she can’t grab food. So I’ve ...
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Dog Food And Anxiety [duplicate]

Background My dog, an American Staffordshire Terrier Mix, is a rescue dog. We got him at about 12 weeks old after he was found with his brother in a dumpster. I adopted both and his brother seems to ...
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How deep should the needle be when giving a cat subcutaneous fluids?

The vet has instructed us to give our cat subcutaneous fluids, but unfortunately we're having a lot of struggles with this. It's very stressful for us to have to intentionally hurt the cat doing a ...
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5 month old male cat nurses on a 9 month adopted female cat [duplicate]

I got the 5 month old male kitten when he was 10 weeks old. To date (he's 5) he, for some reason, nurses on the rescued Tabby who is now 9 month old. Surely she has no milk or anything. It is a 2 or 3 ...
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Can dog paws grow excessive skin mass from walking on rough surfaces?

I understand this thing is best presented to a veterinarian but as usual my dog (chocolate labrador, 6 years old) develops issues when it's weekend over here and his veterinarian isn't available. I ...
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Is it acceptable to keep an aquarium in a garage?

I was wondering if it is possible to keep an aquarium for tropical fish inside a garage in the UK? The garage is made of brick but does not have any insulation and therefore gets quite cold in the ...
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Dog having potty training accidents on rugs

We are having a 15 weeks old goldendoodle and he is trained to go outside to do his business on a pad on the balcony. However, our floor is tile and when we were adding back our rugs, we noticed he ...
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How do I get my cat to stop kneading the bed/pillows at night?

We've got a solo cat who we rescued a year ago. He was a street cat (adopted at 5yrs) and took some time adapting to domestic life. He's always been in favor of snuggles but about a week ago, he ...
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My leopard gecko keeps burrowing but not like in sand

My leopard gecko (I think it's a female but I'm not sure) keeps burrowing herself under things. It started with burrowing under her reptile carpet so I secured it, then under a heavy rock which I ...
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Is my dog obese for his measurements? [closed]

Here's some backstory. I adopted my now 3-year-old Staffordshire Terrier Mix at 3 months old (It is unknown what else he is mixed with.) He's a bred hound-type dog and has plenty of energy. He walks ...
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Is there such a thing a underwater climbing plants?

I'm looking for a plant which grows up the pipe of my undergravel filter (in a 30 l freshwater aquarium), i.e. from ground to the water surface growing precisely around the pipe. I'm aware that I ...
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My female bearded dragon has a skinless part on her head [closed]

My female bearded dragon has a skinless spot on her head, I was just wondering if it was normal. Thanks
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Why does my dog drink another dog's pee?

We live in a home with three other dogs. We have a nice backyard and a doggie door, and all the animals know how to use it, but for some reason we can't get two of them to stop peeing inside the house....
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How to help my cat with severe anxiety that I may have caused?

I need help. I got a kitten long three years ago and raised her. It was not a good time in life and I had never raised a kitten. I'm not sure if it was considered abuse or not, but I considered how I ...
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Building a Termite Farm

So me and my friend have decided to make a termite farm and with me and him both being in high school, we don't really know the best materials for it. We have looked it up and have only found a small ...
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Why is my cat drooling and unable to eat food and clean itself?

My cat is unable to eat for the last 1 week. I don't know what the problem is, but her mouth is drooling a lot. She is also unable to clean herself. I guess there is some problem in her mouth, but ...
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Do dogs prefer to urinate outdoors?

My wife and I recently got a dog, and even though we never had any formal training, it seems like she (the dog, not my wife) prefers to urinate outdoors rather than indoors. When she wants to go, ...
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Can I get my dog to start using his pet stairs?

I have a 7 pound Yorkie with a ton of energy. Our house has hard wood floors and our bed is pretty high up so we have pet stairs by that and the couch. Probably about 3 out of 4 times he just jumps ...
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Is a cat likely to be traumatized if it is physically forced to take medicine?

My cat was prescribed some ointment drops for yeast infections in both ears. But, when I try to give him his medicine, he yowls pitifully, fights me tooth and claw, and runs away. Clearly he doesn’t ...
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Salt lamps and salt poisoning in cats

I know that salt lamps are made of salt rock, and I know that most animals are evolved to crave for salt, because of its rarity in nature. For example, hamsters like to lick human fingers for the salt ...
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Changing cat food necessary if no better results in coat?

I have 1 year old cat with poor coat, I visited a vet several times but he says there is nothing wrong with the cat. His recommendation was to change the cat food. When I fed my cat "Royal Canin ...
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My cat has stopped eating wet foods

My almost 2 year old, tortoise shell cat, named Korina, used to eat her wet food really well. She always has fresh water and dry food out for her. She has a set breakfast and dinner time, a pouch in ...
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Outside reaction to dogs

I have a female shepherd a little over a year. I have been pulling my hair out on trying to figure out what will work with the same situation. I’d like to note that she doesn’t sleep in the bedroom, ...
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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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What to do with my indoor-outdoor cat when we are not home?

We have a male cat, aged 1 year and 6 months roughly. He is not a complete indoor cat. He can go in and out of our house as his will. He usually spends half his time indoors and half outdoors. The ...
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Home remedy for suspected fever in cat

My cat’s head is warmer than usual. Nose and paw pads are hot pink, it has been this way for 4 hours. Breathing is faster than normal, occasionally she breathes very fast just like after playtime but ...
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Trying to get a good night's sleep with an overly affectionate cat

TL;DR I would like tips on getting my cat settled into a routine of not sleeping in the bedroom, given that we have just moved house. History We have a 9 year old neutered female rescue cat who we ...
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Cat fang poking hole in lip

I have a 1.5 year old Maine Coon cat. One of the cat's upper fangs appears to be poking a hole in its lower lip. Only the right side lip has a hole in it; the left side has a small bump instead of a ...
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Cat is not eating like he should

My cat recently stopped eating all of his food and at first I thought it was because he was bored(he was eating the same food for a year) so I got new food and tried to change it slowly but he had no ...
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Dog hiding under bed until about 2am every night

Leading on from my previous post where I had a puppy who is not keen on sleeping in her crate 15 month old moodle crate regression I gave up. The crate is no more. She has free reign of the house and ...
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Cat presented multiple symptoms over the past 2 days - lost weight and has trouble urinating and defecating

This is not a cat I have direct contact with, it's a cat taken care of by a friend who lives in another country. The cat is a stray they picked up, he's about 1 year old from what she's been told (she'...
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My, successfully for 6 months, human toilet trained cat has started urinating on a sofa? [duplicate]

I have an almost 2 year old spayed female feline, sole pet. For the first year of her life she was litter box trained, never had issues urinating or defecating anywhere else. This past year I ...
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Should I get my baby cottontail rabbit who is extremely domesticated neutered?

I know it is very risky to get a rabbit neutered. My baby is wild but acts very domesticated. He has his own bedroom and it is right next to my bedroom. He gets loads of attention and lots of ...
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Is it safer to put my dog in the front with the seatbelt and airbag detectors vs the hatchback?

I know front-passenger seats know when there's something on them, and even have indicator lights for this. I also know the forces at which they must deploy, and the design of the seatbelt harnesses ...
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What effect do loud drums have on cats' hearing?

I have two 15-year-old black cats. They're the most timid little things ever. My brother plays his acoustic drum set at least once a week, and the loudness is incredible no matter where I go in the ...
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Why does every single dog seem to hate mine?

I have a 7 year old female Pomeranian. I take her out for a walk to a nearby park in the neighborhood every now and then. But in various occasions, when leaving home, she appears to be terrified even ...
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Is it ear mites or just dirty ears?

My kitten sometimes has blackish-brown wax in her ears that I clean out with a ball of cotton. I've read cats get coffee-grounds-looking ear wax when they have ear mites but she doesn't show any sign ...
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Does putting some bandages on a dog really help with noise fear?

My dog, a 8 year old female Terrier mix, is extremely sensitive to loud sounds. She gets very scared of storms and firework. In advance to holydays, where fireworks are pretty common, I was looking ...

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