• Do you like dogs?

    69 answers · Dogs · 3 days ago
  • Why so some people steal dogs?

    Best answer: In no particular order To be evil to someone they dislike. To sell To have for themselves without the cost To use as pedigree breeding stock if an expensive breed Because they are heartless jerks who want to cause distress because they think it’s “funny” Sadly to use as bait for fighting dogs as a target for other... show more
    Best answer: In no particular order

    To be evil to someone they dislike.
    To sell
    To have for themselves without the cost
    To use as pedigree breeding stock if an expensive breed
    Because they are heartless jerks who want to cause distress because they think it’s “funny”
    Sadly to use as bait for fighting dogs
    as a target for other abuse which I won’t detail…
    People who leave pets in cars or unattended in gardens make it easy for others to take them- dogs are valuable property and should be protected against theft.

    Sadly, some people can’t feel emotion for the way others feel about their dog and just treat them as commodities.
    15 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • What do people mean when they describe a pup as the runt of the litter?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of a pup being the runt of the litter?
    What are the advantages and disadvantages of a pup being the runt of the litter?
    7 answers · Dogs · 10 hours ago
  • Are cats pets for poor people?

    Best answer: NO! Why say this? Cats are very popular with rich and poor. Google downing street cats... then google Bob The Street Cat. Both are very interesting stories. xo
    Best answer: NO! Why say this? Cats are very popular with rich and poor. Google downing street cats... then google Bob The Street Cat. Both are very interesting stories. xo
    23 answers · Cats · 2 days ago
  • What is your favorite pet?

    Best answer: Dog, but cats seem pretty cool too.
    Best answer: Dog, but cats seem pretty cool too.
    43 answers · Other - Pets · 4 days ago
  • Help cant afford vet ?

    I live in Northern Ireland have shih tzu dog 4 years with me . Please dont judge me or tell me i shouldnt have a dog . I use to have a job lost it due to my health unnexpected, now i am on low income i scare that i cannot afford vet for my only compinion . She is a shih tzu generaly healthy but suffers mild... show more
    I live in Northern Ireland have shih tzu dog 4 years with me . Please dont judge me or tell me i shouldnt have a dog . I use to have a job lost it due to my health unnexpected, now i am on low income i scare that i cannot afford vet for my only compinion . She is a shih tzu generaly healthy but suffers mild anxiety ,i so scare if she gets injure or sick the vets will charge a lot. I do not receive housing benefit as most charities like PDSA required in order to qualify for discounted treatments. Please do not judge me ,anyone know any other charities who can help ? She is the only thing i have left and it can happen to anyone
    7 answers · Dogs · 20 hours ago
  • Pregnant cat and dog?

    Best answer: Keep them apart in separate rooms for now. Give them blankets towels to lie on and also rub kitty and dog down with them. Then swap. That will introduce them to each other's scent. Then have them look at each other with dog on the floor, and cat somewhere high up, either on a piece of furniture or on you, so... show more
    Best answer: Keep them apart in separate rooms for now. Give them blankets towels to lie on and also rub kitty and dog down with them. Then swap. That will introduce them to each other's scent. Then have them look at each other with dog on the floor, and cat somewhere high up, either on a piece of furniture or on you, so she feels safe. Take your time. The introduction might take days. Provide lots of safe spots for kitty where dog can't reach her. Keep them apart for sure when unsupervised. Take your time. (Did I mention this before?) Cats and dogs can't get along is a myth. You might be surprised. Above all, take your time with the introduction!!! Good luck!
    4 answers · Cats · 14 hours ago
  • Is it cruel not to help a stray kitten?

    Best answer: Cruel? No.

    Helpful? No.

    Sounds like it belongs to someone, in that it's turning to a human for help.

    If you want to help, you could put out a saucer of milk when it scratches.
    Best answer: Cruel? No.

    Helpful? No.

    Sounds like it belongs to someone, in that it's turning to a human for help.

    If you want to help, you could put out a saucer of milk when it scratches.
    13 answers · Cats · 16 hours ago
  • Should I have my dog neutered? (sorry if i spell it wrong)?

    so i have a male silky terrier that is 4 years old. Im thinking of getting a yorkie or another small breed but female. I dont want any unexpected puppies so will having my current dog neutered help that or should i try something else? (also i dont know much about dogs so dont blame me if i got pieces of information... show more
    so i have a male silky terrier that is 4 years old. Im thinking of getting a yorkie or another small breed but female. I dont want any unexpected puppies so will having my current dog neutered help that or should i try something else? (also i dont know much about dogs so dont blame me if i got pieces of information wrong.)
    13 answers · Dogs · 17 hours ago
  • Should I adopt a dog?

    Hello! I've recently bought a house, and I've been thinking about adopting a dog. I've had smaller dogs before when I was younger and lived with my parents (jack russel mix, a chihuahua, a lab mix and a blue heeler), and consider myself an experienced and attentive owner, but I think maybe a larger... show more
    Hello! I've recently bought a house, and I've been thinking about adopting a dog. I've had smaller dogs before when I was younger and lived with my parents (jack russel mix, a chihuahua, a lab mix and a blue heeler), and consider myself an experienced and attentive owner, but I think maybe a larger dog would better suit my lifestyle. There is quite a few rescue foundations, and a Prairie Pitbull Rescue foundation thats close by that I've looked at. I have a pretty average sized fenced in backyard, so there is lots of room for activities, and go on daily 5-9 KM runs. I am relatively outdoorsy on weekends and days off, but I am a University student, and I am away for 4-7 hours a day when the school semester starts up again, with occasional 5 hour shifts at my part time job. Its a relatively large house, and I'm renting some of the rooms out to friends who would also be home occasionally between classes and such, but I want to have some other opinions on this subject. I personally believe that I can provide a dog with what its needs, and spoil it with exercise and love, however I've never owned a larger dog such as a pitbull, and I was hoping to get some advice on whether or not this would be a good idea. Thank you! :)
    15 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • Is it illeagle to kill a ant?

    I was walking down the street this morning when i saw a ant on a stray dog so i stepped on it and killed it. Loads of people was giving me evil looks. Is it illeagke to kill a ant?
    I was walking down the street this morning when i saw a ant on a stray dog so i stepped on it and killed it. Loads of people was giving me evil looks. Is it illeagke to kill a ant?
    15 answers · Other - Pets · 1 day ago
  • WHAT DO PEOPLE HAVE AGAINST PITBULLS?

    Best answer: Dogs have minds of their own, ANY dog can randomly attack, just like any human or animal under the correct circumstances, so the problem isn't necessarily that pitbulls are any more likely to attack than any other breed, it's that given the breed characteristics such as powerful jaws and a temperment that... show more
    Best answer: Dogs have minds of their own, ANY dog can randomly attack, just like any human or animal under the correct circumstances, so the problem isn't necessarily that pitbulls are any more likely to attack than any other breed, it's that given the breed characteristics such as powerful jaws and a temperment that requires them to keep fighting regardless of what happens to them, when they do randomly attack they do more significant damage than other breeds, potentially killing the human that was attacked, this makes the attack "news" so people hear about it.

    That said I cannot stand when people say that its based on the owner -- NOOOOO! they are animals, they can snap at any time like any animal! Every time you hear of a dog mauling a toddler you hear the owner saying "They never bit anyone before" Pits are bred to be powerful, they are not a dangerous breed because they are more likely to attack, but because it only takes once to kill someone!
    28 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Do you have any mosquito bites on your body?

    Best answer: Yes, 5
    Best answer: Yes, 5
    22 answers · Other - Pets · 3 days ago
  • Big question?

    there is this really big full grown pit bull walking in the streets, i approach it and its super friendly. i see it looks very old and is very starving. i take him inside then give him some left over steak and let him sleep on my couch. should i keep him he obviously isn't owned since he has no collar and i... show more
    there is this really big full grown pit bull walking in the streets, i approach it and its super friendly. i see it looks very old and is very starving. i take him inside then give him some left over steak and let him sleep on my couch. should i keep him he obviously isn't owned since he has no collar and i could easily afford to get him toys food and a really good vet, problem is im on call for work 24/7 7 days a week, i might not see him as much as i want and im really glad i didn't get called for work while stitching him. also my partner has no idea that the dog is in the house to but they do like dogs. should i keep him he seems like a nice dog, though he looks old and may not live for too many years id gladly like to make his final days the best they can be. tommorow after work i either take him to the vet say hes my dog to get him properly treated (even though i did stop the bleeding, and did do a damn good stitch job) take him to a shelter or take him to the vet and keep him.he looks fine now that i fed him a big meal and gave him plenty of water
    21 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Should dogfighting be a legal profession?

    Not saying I agree with the sport because personally I don't like the idea of dogs fighting but if gay people are allowed to be married then why shouldn't we just make ever immoral thing legal?
    Not saying I agree with the sport because personally I don't like the idea of dogs fighting but if gay people are allowed to be married then why shouldn't we just make ever immoral thing legal?
    10 answers · Dogs · 10 hours ago
  • Is it safe to leave my cat home alone for 8 days?

    Best answer: It would be more stressful for your cat to go over to another person's home. Cats hate change. There is enough change with you being gone. Going to another person's home is too much to deal with. If you were gone for more than 2 weeks it could almost be considered, but its only 8 days, so keep your cat... show more
    Best answer: It would be more stressful for your cat to go over to another person's home. Cats hate change. There is enough change with you being gone. Going to another person's home is too much to deal with. If you were gone for more than 2 weeks it could almost be considered, but its only 8 days, so keep your cat at home.
    have a friend come over 2 times a day to give fresh food and water, and clean the box once a day. During one of these visits, they should stay a bit longer and play or snuggle with the cat, if the cat likes that person.
    11 answers · Cats · 19 hours ago
  • Where can I drop off an old dog?

    I have a 7 year old yorkie and she was good when we first got her but now that she's old she's not fun anymore and doesn't play as much. She also costs a lot of money for vet bills and I don't want to keep spending my money on a worthless cause. I found a dog that I can get for free from my friend... show more
    I have a 7 year old yorkie and she was good when we first got her but now that she's old she's not fun anymore and doesn't play as much. She also costs a lot of money for vet bills and I don't want to keep spending my money on a worthless cause. I found a dog that I can get for free from my friend and it's very cute. It's a Maltese and much cutter than my yorkie so where would be a good place to drop off the yorkie I want her gone fast so I can get my new puppy
    20 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago