Hey, can anyone help me identify this little fellow?
Also, fungi general I guess.
>Dog isn't that old
>Suffers from rare seizures, about once a year at most after hitting 8
>Vaccines in order
>One day starts limping from front leg
>Two days with it
>Barely eats, drinks or moves
>Next day it goes into cardiac arrest and dies
What did the doggy died of, anon?
my cat chewed on one of my antidepressants and swallowed some fluoxetinum
it happened like 10 minutes ago and he isn't acting weird so far, does that mean he is going to be alright?
I dont really know why but i want a centipede. So tell me all about them. Care tips, what to do, what not to do, why i should get one, why i shouldnt, trivia. I want it all.
>I am a debater pure and simple, and it is through debate that I have proven you wrong
does anybody know this rabbit's breed?
What is the ultimate diet for a horsefield tortoise? I worry about them.
Is there any secret vegetables that will unlock something deep within them?
So I just saw this movie.
As far as animals documentaries go, this is one of the worst I've seen, particularly in the editing and fucking narration please stop trying to hammer in stupid morals during my cute animals shots.
Also the music is shit.
Don't go see it.
*Blocks Your Path*
Hey, /an/. First time posting here, I hope you can give me some insight.
I have a medium female dog that was adopted when she was very young. Since I was a child and my family wasn't really responsible, the dog grew to be territorial and agressive towards strangers. It's kinda hard to deal sometimes, but we manage. She's 10 years now.
So, some shit happened in my life and I'd like to get a cat. I live in a apartment that has enough room for both, for sure. Buuut I'm afraid my dog will kill the cat. The times when I tried to introduce my dog to other animals didn't have good results: she growled and would attack if she could.
But could it be possible that she has any... maternal instinct? Maybe if I gradually have her being around a kitty she will get used to it?
I have some friends that have kitties for adoption, and they said I could "borrow" the cat to see if it works out. If not, I can give it back.
Is it a terrible idea? If not, how can I make this happen?