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Posted on: 1:19:55 AM 11/14/2012

It really depends on your situation. My cat is an outdoor cat and she is 7 years old. She is as healthy as can be and we live out in the country. It depends on whats in your area, where you live, and even if your cat is city or country smart. ...

Posted on: 3:40:15 AM 11/9/2012

I own two huskies... Best I can tell you is put yourself in its shoes... If your foot was caught in a fence and you were hanging upside down in pain would you like someone pushing on it (even though you were trying to help he/she doesnt understa...

Posted on: 3:24:04 AM 11/9/2012

My name is Ashley, I am a married mother of a toddler. I have 3 dogs, a husky, malamute/german shepard/timberwolf mix, and a black lab. I live in Oregon where I raise chickens, goats, and rabbits. My neighbors have tons of feral cats and every onc...

Posted on: 6:44:04 PM 12/11/2011

Ive herd only good things about it. Anyone here feed it to their dogs? I would like to hear your guises opinion.

Posted on: 8:51:31 AM 11/19/2011

I think you should consult with a professional dog trainer or a behaviorist about this one. He went threw something pretty scary and traumatic.

Posted on: 8:48:18 AM 11/19/2011

Lol I was like...Ummm. What does this person want lol.

Posted on: 4:01:53 PM 9/29/2011

They are very very high energy dogs. I believe every dog in the terrier group is.

Posted on: 3:51:05 PM 9/29/2011

We have 8 1/2 acres. I have 2 huskies and now a min pin after my chihuahua crystal died of cancer. Our min pin is 3 years old and we have had him for about 4 day...

Posted on: 3:14:27 PM 9/28/2011

I have a min pin that has a docked tail. His tail was docked extremely short and he hardly as anything at all. I believe it was docked at the first tail bone. I looked up on google and they said 1-2 inches is where it should be at. and this isnt ...

Posted on: 1:43:16 PM 9/22/2011

From what I know, chickens are not cold weather animals. They originate from Fiji which is a warm weather climate. Your chickens will be most happiest with 65 degree or more weather.

Depending on how big your coop is and how many c...

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