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How can I get a healthy purebred adult dog? I'm debating on a breed but I mean in general. People say "Use a breeder" but I don't like puppies. I'd rather have a senior if anything but I don't mind younger adults. I'm thinking about a rescue.
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>come back from work > see black bag on the floor and a note next to it >doesn't say who its from, but the note says that they shot my cat because it was in their garden Fuck guys... what should I do? I can't stop crying
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So my idiot father put down Amdro to deal with a minor ant infestation, and I'm afraid it'll kill my chickens. Can I neutralize the shit with water or something?
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Tell me, cat people what do you think of Persians?

ITT: Stupid stuff we believed as kids

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I'm a New Yorker so pigeons and squirrels are everywhere. When I was younger my mom told me not to get near squirrels because they're dangerous and will attack you. Of course that does happen but just being in ones radius isn't gonna make it attack you.
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What's the best food to feed roaches with while breeding season is in effect? Rat food, roach jelly, or carrots?
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I swear many people want a GSD, Rottie, or Dobbie for the wrong reasons. We get a lot of morons with guard dogs or people who want a cool "tough" dog. Buggers like that give people a bad name.
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/an/, i want to get fancy mice. as pets, not for breeding. but the pet stores nearby keep their males and females together and like hell i want to buy a trio of pregnant females and be swarmed by babies. i've been searching for nearby breeders -- "nearby" as in within a 4 hour drive -- and i have found absolutely nothing. two shady posts on craigslist from a few weeks-months ago and a LOT of dead mousery websites from the late 2000s. even the adoption websites like petfinder only have male mice available, and they are probably near the end of their lifespans anyway. is there a secret underground world of fancy mice breeders that i just haven't found? should i just go and visit 1 million pet stores and buy from the first place that doesn't house their males/females together?
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Centipedes don't have a right to life and I holocaust them on sight. Discuss
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I'm interested in getting a cat. My previous cat passed away a few months ago (kidney disease), and it's really depressing to see them missing everywhere they should be. My cat was like a mental anchor for me; I could always go and play and cuddle with her when I'd had a bad day. Anyways, I settled first on particular traits I'm looking for: 1. Intelligent 2. Healthy/long-lived/few genetic issues 3. Relatively short-hair (I have mild allergies) What breeds should I consider looking at?
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i took my dog out to the backyard to go toilet and the neighbors were washing their car, all of a sudden the hair on his butt(just a bit before his tail) and his back hair next to his shoulders went up and his tail started wagging and he started barking with low growls he is an 8 month old lab that was neutered about 4 days ago, he has never done this before and am concerned about what this could be? pic isnt my dog
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To my disappointment, my grandparents found this turtle at the jersey shore and decided to keep it. Anyone know what kind it is?
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My friend has a boxer who's tumor was left untreated for a long time. He's in denial and says it only irritates her but this has to be a case of neglect. I don't know anything about Boxers or dogs but there's no way this isn't going to kill her or something. He says it doesn't hurt Her but he's just trying to justify his neglect. It's busted open and its bleeding constantly. What do you guys think? Pic related
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What small mammal would be best to raise for meat production? Least costly? Guinea pigs seem so easy to house, but I'm more experienced with rabbits. I've only raised pets, however.

MsPaint Speculative Biology

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ITT: Create an imaginary creature species, draw it in MsPaint, describe it in detail (where it lives, when it lives, what it's extant relatives are, etc). Have fun. Megafauna encouraged. >Species: Northern Icebreaker >Type: Cetacean >Habitat: North polar ice cap, 50 million years hence >Closest extant relative: Cachalots (sperm whales) >Length: 52-76 meters >Mass: 1,100-2,600 Tonnes >Diet: Squid, Fish, Sharks, Pinnipeds (seals), Feminists The Icebreaker gets its name from the unusual shape of its head which terminates to a highly fortified bony axe-like blade which it uses to slice through thick layers of glacial ice to breathe air and to ambush prey walking on the ice. In the future environment where this cetacean lives, ice sheets up to 20m thick at sea cover the northern hemisphere down to a latitude of 45 degrees year round. This animal is very well adapted for the frigid waters where it calls home, and struggles to maintain its core temperature in warmer waters. The Icebreaker's young are born live at about 25 meters and 60 tonnes. At birth the trademark bony blade is soft and cartilaginous to avoid slicing the mother's birth canal upon passage, within a year, it rapidly hardens to near Kevlar strength. Icebreakers have two well-developed melons on each side of the head, which give the whale a 270 degree sonar range; its eyes, which can be a meter across can fill in most of the remaining 90 degrees of perception. An adult icebreaker is truly a force to be reckoned with: its conical: its serrated teeth can be up to 3 meters high and weigh up to 800kg. It's massive jaws which can be fully 25m long and 10m across can bite a 50m ship in half, yet human sized prey is mostly ignored by adults. The enormous wing-like flippers can each be up to two thirds of the animal's total length, giving the animal ample hydrodynamic control surfaces for precision maneuvers.
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Are these easy to grow ?

I found this

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Found this guy on my lawn a couple hours ago. It seems it's too young to fly yet. It's one of those little birds that can hover in the air iirc. Not sure what to do with it. It will probably take 2 days or so for it to grow big enough to fly, I hope. Been outside quite a while so it seems its parents abandoned it. Problem would be that I have absolutely no diea what the hell this thing eats and the closest thing to a vet I have here is a Pitbull doctor. What can I do to feed this guy?
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/k/ here, you're coming with us to the ball right wifey? When is the ball anyway?

Shit you find on craigslist pet edition

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Shit you find on craigslist, pet edition. Post post post.
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i went to a reptile expo and bought a iguana. ive spent time with him and did the necessary research and realized i dont want him. what should i do?






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