I suggest you offer her YOUR CHAIR instead! She'd appreciate the gentlemanly offer and maybe THEN, say in a few years, she'd sit on your lap!
WAIT...WAIT...WAIT before you do the procedure w/ the Vicks....is this question in regard to a DOG or to a HUMAN? I'm assuming it's in regard to an animal sincd you have it listed under 'dog' questions. If so, ask your vet. If you put the Vicks on your dog's nails and he licks it, he … Read more
I believe a normal temp for a dog is 102 - 103degrees.
Get your dog to a vet ASAP. Could be seizures.
Could be he just has very dry skin. Ask your vet or a groomer (if you KNOW FOR SURE there's nothing medically wrong w/ him) for something you can put on him.
Could be he just needs a good bath??? Dogs smell if they get wet (from the rain) and get that 'wet-doggy smell'.
Hmmmm, maybe he's raiding your freezer for popsicles! LOL And it begs me to ask the question: HOW do you know that your dog's mouth is cold? Aside from all that, check your dog's color of it's gums. If they're very pale maybe he/she is anemic. Best bet is to call the vet and just … Read more
An easier way to do that is: Consider 10% of 80 is 8, so 4 times that would be 32. This is similar to the way I calculate a tip when eating out. For example, if the total bill is $15.75, and you want to leave 20% tip, just figure 10% of $15.75 is $1.57, … Read more
No. In fact, by having to remove it with nail polish remover, you're actually damaging your nails. Best bet is just to eat healthy. You're nails grow from nutrients that are IN your body, not by stuff you put ON your nails.
Obviously it's 10......25 to 24 is 1 less, 24 to 22 is 2 less, 22 to 19 is 3 less, 19 to 15 is 4 less, so, 15 to 10 would be 5 less.
If she's throwing up AND has diarrhea, she could be sick and needs to be checked by a vet. See if she'll eat a few saltine crackers (unsalted is fine too). That should 'bulk' her up in her intestines. As for throwing up, maybe a little (say 1/2 cup) of cooked ground beef mixed w/ … Read more
Possibly has some tarter on his/her teeth or an abscess. Have him/her checked by a vet.