I have a 7 month old male puppy he potty around the house I take him outside to go and I train him too but he still potty So if I get him fix will that work
I have a 2 year old female that we rescued as a pup. The mother is lab German Sheppard mix. Our dog looks like there was some dobi as well. She has been diagnosed with Happy tail. we cannot get it to heal and she hits everything and re injures it again. Is tail amputation a safe fix or is there anything else we can look at?
If you fixed will it still potty all over the house?
Hi 🙂 I have a 13 month old 10 lbs Shih Tzu. Last night around 10pm I gave her some sort of chew bone/raw hide and she swallowed the whole thing within a few minutes – it was 2.5" long and 3/4" wide. She has not thrown up. She has urinated but not dedicated since the incident. Her routine is to deficate after she eats in the morning. I gave her a little bit less food than normal this morning. She usually wakes me up around 8am to eat, but she did not this morning – she woke up around 11am with me but was not begging to get out of bed. This could just be a coincidence though. Is this something that will break down and pass or should I take her to the vet? Thank you so much! Natalie
What is the best remedy for hairballs in cats? Every spring my cats get horrible hairballs, throwing up almost daily. Once shedding season is over it subsides a little bit but they still throw up from time to time.
Can cats get depressed? Concerned that our 11 year old cat is either depressed or sick. He is a big cat, part Maine Coon. He has been on thyroid medication for the past year.1 pill 2x per day. He had his last check up for this a few weeks ago. Normally a social outgoing big cat that loves to eat has been hiding under our son’s bed for 3 days since daughter returned to college. He is not coming to greet me when I come home nor caring to eat or drink. The first day after she left he pooped on the bathroom rug. He did this when she left for school in the fall. The next day he peed on rug in front of my dresser. That is a new behavior. He is like a rag doll when we pick him up. Daughter called. We put her on speaker phone and he perked up when he heard her voice on the phone. After the call he dragged himself to lay under the kitchen table. Then into the next room to use the litter box and is now laying in front of his food bowl. He sniffed the food but is not eating. We don’t know if he is sick or depressed. I called his Vets and was given the next appt which is on Monday. Thank you for any help. He is a well loved cat and our daughter has always spent a lot of time with him
We just brought a male kitten into our home that already had a spayed female kitten both are approx. the same age (6 mos). The male kitten is apparently terrified oft the female. The female exhibits a playful posture( no hissing or bristling, laying on her back). Is there something we can do to promote interaction and make the male less fearful?
My dog has carpal hyperextension from trauma. She has had X-rays at two different places and neither know what is wrong. I give her joint supplements but don’t know what else to do. Her extension isn’t the worst but a definite limp probably 30 degrees off what it should be. I came home one day and she had chewed threw our fence and got out. She was hopping on her leg and had 3 small distinct gashes that she still licks to this day even though it has heeled. It’s been about 6 or 7 months now. Surgery is too expensive from what I think and no vet around my area does arthrodesis surgery. She turned 4 in September. If I do nothing, in your opinion, will it get worse? Is there anything other than surgery that I could do? Is she prone to get arthritis at an early age? Someways she limps on it worse than others. I feel terrible and want expert advice.
My cat goes in the litter box and can’t urinate. She keeps on going to the box. What should I do? I gave her fresh litter. She shares the litter box with another female. She is 19 years old.
My dog is diabetic and insulin dependent. My question is can she ever go back to not needing insulin and if so, how can I be proactive to help her.