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For safety reasons: It's impossible for a dog to balance on a toilet seat designed for humans. Imagine climbing on a toilet seat and squatting down to do your buisnes perched on top of the seat... now imagine having tiny and slippery dog paws. It's not a valid option. Some friends had an elderly dog who started peeing in the shower when she became ...


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To answer your question in a general way (I will provide more detail, when you have answered my comment) The litter should be comfortable for the rabbit. Many rabbits like a "soft" cover, for example straw or paper shavings at the top. You could try to cover your usual litter with this. Some rabbits even like to take a nap onto this "bedding&...


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As I understand it, the queen (cat-mum) will help the kittens to defecate and care for the enclosure to stay clean. Toileting Kittens are unable to pass urine or faeces without assistance for the first few weeks of their lives so the ano-genital region – the area around the bottom and the urinary opening of the kitten being hand-reared – needs to be ...


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Not revenge on an owner, but certainly a dog. My dog seeks revenge on the dog that he got in a fight with, every time he passes our house he means business, different reaction to all other dogs. One time my walk with him, he got scent of something and was desperate to track it, 1km later (and running the whole way) sure enough it was the dog that attacked ...


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