hi im new to this site and am in hopes of getting some advice from other dog owners pj my parson terrier is experiencing really bad allergies since we moved to kentucky(He never had them before). He is on a medicine called temaril it really effects his personality but every time he gets off it his allergies come back. Im & Read more �
ok so millie has been testing some new litter called "clean stones". it like tiny pebbles. anyway you have to replace the litter every few days. i dint know that so i left it for about a week and a half. well millie thought the smell to strong and decide my bed was a better bigger peeing place. when i & Read more �
I love you my dog Sheffy who was my pet since 2006.He was died in a road accident.
My kitten finally used her litter box to do number 2...instead of under my bed. I am so happy...I had to give her more then one treat today... she did it 4 times I hvae a huge smile on mi face...
I am not a bug person. The mere mention of bugs is enough to make me feel itchy and the sight of a bug will cause me to jump on furniture and squeal like a little girl. So when a tick was found in my dog, China’s, fur, I immediately made a veterinary appointment.
wow i just love pets.com
chuck is the squrel who lives in my backyard with his loveley wife (i think it his wife at least) who i named arrabelle. he seals nuts from our feeder and now i leave him peanuts out in the yard. some how he alswys finds them. should i consider him a pet? please quote
I am a new owner of baby chickens, I have 2 dogs but thought I would like to explore new pets, I made a youtube video of the chicks playing with a peice of bread..it is sooo funny..I have had the best time just watching them play. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvYFQld9zoQ
this picture was taken 2 days ago. i posted a picture of millie 3 months ago in my blog post "millie as a kitten" this is millie. a recent pic.
Pet Introductions The Preparation I receive a lot of questions from Pet Parents looking for ways to introduce their current pet to a new pet sibling, but it wasn’t a situation that I thought I would find myself in anytime soon. “Prepare for the unexpected” should be my motto.