My friend brought her dog over and they keep fighting. I’m not sure if this is normal or aggressive behavior. They growl and bite eachother. im trying to post a video but its not loading
hello, my male dog got into a fight with my siblings dog and the dog bite his leg, the first night it was just bleeding a little bit, but over the next couple of days it grew into a ball that felt like liquid was inside, i assumed it was just swollen. It went away then 2 days after it went away it came back but now it is very hard, and he is limping worse then before
Food aggression from an adopted 1 year old lab rescue…he’s fine with his dog food non aggressive with that but bones or scraps he finds after cooking etc if my pit bull is around he will attack her…my fiancé just broke up a fight between them just now my male lab had a hold of her jaw and when my fiancé broke it up he got it pretty bad in the process. Any advice on this because this is unexeptable behavior.
My outdoor cat got into a fight with another cat and now has an infected scratch on eye. It’s red and had discharge along with third eyelid showing. I don’t think I can get ahold of him to drive to vet because he is wild. I feed, pet, and shelter him. Can I use ointment on eye and what kind?
My 5yr old schnauzer left eye is swollen top and bottom and red he hasnt been into any fights its been a few days of us running around to doctors and just feeding and letting him out to use the bathroom no petting but when i looked this afternoon it was gunky and his hair was stuck to his eye what do i do all vets are closed i put him in shower and cleaned the hair and gunk away
My cat is being aggressive with my new kitten??..
So I rescued a kitten back in August, he’s 10 months old now, and I just got another kitten about a week ago, she’s 4 months old. He is neutered, but she is not yet spayed. I can’t seem to keep them apart, whenever they’re in separate rooms they just sit outside the door crying until I let the other out. However, when they’re together there are very few moments of peace, as they are constantly chasing each other, her growling at him about half the time, though he’s silent. Most of this doesn’t seem too aggressive, as they just pounce on each other. She scratched him once a few days ago, but thats it. Yesterday though, his “fighting” escalated to where he’s the one who instigates it (he’s usually a very timid cat, so this is unusual behavior), and he tried to mount her, which I found odd since he’s neutered. And then last night they were both sleeping and he just got up, walked over to her and layed on top of her, bit her neck under her jaw and then licked behind her tail, all while she was swatting at him and meowing loudly. And now he continually tries to pin her and bite her. I didn’t want to get involved at first, because I assume he’s simply trying to establish dominance, but when she started meowing I clapped to get him off her. I don’t want him to hurt her, but I want them to be able to be around each other without me worrying. Any advice or similar situations?????? Anything would help, thank you!!
Papillon and Terrier Mix- Not getting along, bad fights: A little over a year ago, we adopted a rescue dog from Mexico for a member of our family, to include with a papillon and golden retriever. She had plenty of issues on her own, but a couple of months ago (around July), she and the papillon had a huge fight resulting in injuries, mostly on the papillon’s side. They never got along very well, but things have gotten worse and worse. They have had several of these fights now, although we have gotten better at preventing and stopping them. But still, the Papillon is constantly going after the rescue dog, sizing her up, not letting her on the couch, doing this annoying thing where she kicks her back paws against the floor. She is obsessed about the rescue dog, which didn’t occur until these fights, and although the rescue dog brings injuries onto the papillon in fights and has some agression, the papillon is the initiator of it. Now the papillon is peeing all around the house, small amounts to mark her territory, and although she does it outside and has had issues housebreaking, accidents have been spread out with little issues until recently with these territorial marks. I am worried about the injuries the papillon faces and I’m extremely upset with this complete demeanor change in my dog, what should I do to stop this behavior? (Added info- asked vet about this, zero help with “they’ll figure it out themselves”)
My cat has been getting in alot of fights lately and starts mewing angrily when I pet his back lately. Anything to worry about?
Hi there! I own two amazingly wonderful sweet dogs. Bella, a 2 year old female Chipin, she lives with my dad and three other small dogs. She isn’t very socialized, I have to admit, but she’s a good girl apart from barking at strangers and the current issue I bring today. My boyfriend and I brought to our home, Stonie, a 4 month old female American Razor Edge Pit-bull. Bella, unfortunately hasn’t been able to come over since we got the puppy(in fear the bigger dog may hurt her tiny stature). Also, because Bella is very afraid of Stonie. I have been taking Stonie to my dads since she was very small to have them puppy-sit her while I’m at school. Even then Bella wanted absolutely nothing to do with Stonie, even though one of my dads other small dogs seems to be fine with her(we keep one of the 3 dogs away completely because she’s very very small and unpredictable/aggressive). Bella is very glued to my side when I do go over, for example, if I go somewhere she cant go, shell wait for me until I get back than will jump for me to pick her up again(of course, I have been trying to teach her to sit and calm down before. Stonie has me wanting to teach Bella some manners.) When Stonie is at my dads, shell follow Bella wanting to play and when Stonie gets to close, Bella will cry and whimper, even get really low and freeze up. I know Stonie being the puppy she is, she just wants to play so shell swat and bark playfully at Bella, but Bella wont have it. I am at the point where I think it would be in the best interest of Bella if I gave up full ownership to my dad, Of course, I will still see her because I go over there a lot. But I planned on taking Bella with me when I move away(my dad only lives 5 mins away now). Now this doesn’t seem like it will be an option. Bella is normally aggressive toward the small dog we keep away from Stonie, Bella will even start fights with just that dog. Bella has also licked Stonie on the face, but this was behind a closed kennel other than that when Bella is close to Stonie she just freezes up. I am so upset I have to permanently give up my baby girl, but I don’t want Bella hurt at all. I want to know if there’s anything I can do before?
Our two female dogs got into a fight and the smallest has a puncture wound on her leg. I cannot take her to a vet right now. Any input on home care? I am cleaning with hydrogen peroxide and will be trimming the hair back to examine the wound closer and make sure it is not too deep. The larger dog seems to have a small cut near her eye that is no longer bleeding.