61 to 63 days exactly.
If you read the back of your dog food bag, it will tell you how much food she is supposed to have for her weight. DO NOT feed her any more than this. Dogs don't beg because they're hungry. They beg because what we're doing, they want to be a part of. It makes her … Read more
Deaf kittens are like all other kittens. They can learn just as quick through your body language. Of course he won't come when called, but perhaps you can teach him that when you stomp on the floor, that it's dinner time. He can feel the vibrations. All you have to do for litter box training … Read more
Definitely. Especially if you have a male in the cage, too. Hamsters breed like rabbits (as the saying goes). She will continue to get preggo over and over again unless you separate your males and females.
You can try. TRY is the key word. Use something like Neosporyn on the wound 3-4 times daily. Hopefully he won't lick it off for at least a little while. If it doesn't seem to be getting better or looks like it's getting worse, you need to take him to the Veterinarian.
Probably an ear infection. Does it hurt him when you scratch it? These things can usually be cleared up with some drops and wash. Although there are some breeds of dogs (such as Cocker Spaniels) that have these ear problems all their life.
Dogs are unusual. Chattering her teeth could mean that she is sick to her stomach, especially so if she's drooling some. I'm sure she is in pain. At 17, she has a lot of arthritis going on. Try some glucose for dogs. If that doesn't help, you may need to take her to the Vet … Read more
Is she itching them? Could be a flea bite allergy if that's the case. Usually when there is hair missing, it's because the dog is taking it off but scratching or biting. Check her and the pups THOUROGHLY for fleas. One flea can make her go crazy. If you don't see any, try bathing her … Read more
Could be a respiratory infection. Which is a big deal with cats this past year. You need to take her to your Vet and get her started on antibiotics. It's unusual for a kitten to live through something like that without the proper medical attention.
Puppies can start being wormed safely at around 4 weeks of age. Before you worm your puppy, weigh her and read the directions CAREFULLY! It can be dangerous stuff if given in the wrong dosage. Read the label on the bottle, too. Some wormer's suggest that their brand not be used until a pup is … Read more
My Dog Has A Weird Looking Bump/cyst/tumor On Her Butt. We Do Not Know What It Is And We Do Not Have The Money To Go To The Vet. Can We Remove It Ourselves And Do No Harm To Her?
Are they on either side of the anus? Could be anal sac abcesses. Has she been scooting on the floor or licking back there a lot in the past few months? If so, that would be my guess. Yeah, you're right about needing to take her to the vet. Her anal sacs might need to … Read more
My Scottish Terrier Is Loosing His Hair Around His Neck And He Itches Really Bad. Do You Have Any Advice On What I Should Do?
Do you have a collar on him? Take it off. It's a unusual place for the hair to be coming out. Scotties are bad about having many allergies, though. What kind of medicine did your Vet put him on? Steroids? Anti-Biotic? You need to tell your vet about the situation and ask him what else … Read more
First off, if your Bassett Hound drinks a lot of water, he's going to urinate a lot more because of it! :P Just like if you drink a lot of water, you have to use the bathroom more often too. And 2 gallons of water a day isn't bad for a Bassett Hound especially if … Read more
Hi! My Cat Is Drooling Lots Of Saliva. It Started Yesterday And More Today. He Seems His Usual Self. He Is Eating And Grooming Himself As Usual. What Could This Be? Is This Normal? He Really Doesnt Look Sick...
There are several reasons why a cat might drool. Reason one is nausia. When cats feel like they're going to vomit, most of them will drool. The other is severe mouth infections. Check your cats teeth. If they aren't white, then you have tartar! Also look at the gum line, if it's bright red instead … Read more
Actually the easiest way to give Benadryl is to get Childrens Benadryl. It's easier to measure out that way. What you want to figure is 1mg per 1lb of body weight for your dog.
Any dog can be a good house dog if you train them right. If you're looking for a dog more laid back, Rottweilers, Great Danes, and Mastiffs usually have this quality. If you really do just want a small inside dog then most anything you choose will be good. Pugs are very sweet natured and … Read more
That's called an abcess. Probably from a cat bite. They're nasty. You need to take her to the Vet asap. She needs to be put on antibiotics and the abcess might need to be drained. If you don't get her to a vet, it will either pop or continue to swell. Either way, it will … Read more
Garter snakes are not poisonous. That I know. I'm unsure about the teeth, but they are the most docile snake, I've heard. Although I do not agree with keeping a wild animal as a pet by any means if that's what you're doing.
Be sure to check that your dog doesn't have diarrhoea. A common mistake among most owners is thinking that their dogs is constipated when they just have some diarrhoea. If it continues for much longer, I would take him to the Vet. There could be an object that he as eating in there blocking everything … Read more
Usually, the vagina will swell and you will either see a white substance or blood around the outer edges or actually dripping from the dog. Another good way to tell is if you are attracting a lot of male dogs while you walk her. :P