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Would it be possible to, over time, breed tiny bears? Like, bears the size of the average house dog? Or just to domestic bears at all? I know people have cougars for pets, but they're entirely different.
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Hey hopefully a quick question... I accidentally ripped out a chunk of my cats fur(he lays right beside my chairs legs sometimes). Nothing serious, he isn't showing any signs of pain or discomfort there. The patch isn't even noticable unless you are looking for it. I only noticed it when I see a chunk of fur on my floor and started combing his fur looking for any missing patches. He's fine and every loving I don't even know when this happened cause he didn't even meow in pain(and he'll let you know if you even brush his fur the wrong way!). I'm curious however how long it would take for this patch to grow back because it pains me to see it cause it reminds me how I hurt my little bugger. >pic related. Little bugger who doesn't leave me side.
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http://youtu.be/UcmaGMRD-Cs?t=39s why the FUCK is my cat making those noises
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Hey /an, I have a question. I have recently been given a beta and I was wondering if you guys have any tips on making decorations? I've done a little google-fu and they said stuff about using aquarium sealant. But I was wondering if there was anything else I should know about.
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We (me, my mother and little sister) are adopting a 4 year old gsd. The owner told us that he has to give her away because "she can't accept that she's the youngest in the pack, and tries to, unsuccessfully, dominate the other four dogs I have". He says that this dominating behavior is not present with humans. He planned to use the dog for obedience competitions, so she's really well behaved and obedient (except for the dominating the other dogs thing) Is there anything we should keep in mind? I have very little experience when it comes to owning a gsd. I am aware of the level of activity a gsd needs, I'm more wondering how a 4 year old gsd (which is quite a loyal breed) will handle the "moving from one family to another" thing.
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Why are moths so fucking stupid and slow? Do they think nobody will eat them because they are so disgusting? I actually think that's it. How can such an asshole species even survive, seriously. I just pick a papertowel and literally swipe them off the wall and they just sit there and get killed. But there's always more. SOMEHOW. > pic not related, I'm not gonna put you into the position of having to stare at a moth
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What would be the best word to call this dogs fur? I've always wanted a dog with what I would call a "dirty" coat, or is it just a mongrel colouring? plus its short haired which is a plus
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can anyone identify this bird?
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What cat litter should I use? I currently use pic related, and it isn't making the cut. The urine clumps don't hold together. I only have one cat (but used to have two, and I just never changed it), so that might be something of note. If it's not the litter, what else could I do to prevent the clumps from falling apart? I currently have a plastic litterbox lined with johnny cat liner.
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What kind of dog should I get? It wouldn't be for a long time, but I'd like some ideas. Preferably I'd like a breed that's typically extremely friendly and playful, very active, and one of the larger breeds. I want a dog that's equally happy playing fetch, or cuddling with when I go to sleep at night. I don't care if they shed, but if there are any breeds like this that either don't shed or shed very little, I'd like to see what there is. I just got to meet a friend's friend's siberian husky the other day, he was only 8 months old, but super friendly and playful and overall d'awww-inducing.
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What do you think these dolphins to say with to the man?
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What is the most loyal and protective breed of dog? I want a dog that will be my shadow and follow me around and be just attached to me, that won't run off away from me to get petted by some little kid across the street or chase a fucking squirrel. I want a smart, loyal dog. Also a dog that is courageous and would do anything to help/protect me. Also, I prefer medium-extra big dogs! I love dogs, I'm thinking maybe a German Shepherd or Rottweiler, but have not decided yet. I've always owned stray mutts that i've picked up off the side of the road. I'm living on my own now, and my last dog sadly passed away. And I want to try getting a "purebred". tl;dr : Most loyal and protective dog breeds??
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>be 17 >working at an animal shelter >woman walks in with a cat >the cat is gay >only has sex with other male cats >cats always have sex but it's always rape always >the woman's mad becau hetreid to rape her >but the cato nly likes boys >turns out the owman was a transvestite >i like trasnvestites best
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So I bought one of these ant farms in preparation for a project in my biology class. I have a nest of fire ants of ~25 workers, complete with queen, that I placed in it. Now, the instruction manual said the ants will eat the gel. My question is, will the ants feed the gel to the larvae, or will it even have enough nutrients for them at all? Should I continue feeding them stuff like I was doing before I placed them in this ant farm? I need them to survive until March (I'd like them to last a long time, but as long as I can use them for my project I'll be happy), and there's no way all of these workers will last, so I'm counting on the current and future eggs to mature into adults, which means I need to make sure the larvae receive sufficient nutrients. Anyone have experience and/or knowledge about this? Thanks!
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Let's talk about recently created - the last 70 years or so - breeds. And no, your "Labradoodle" doesn't count. The Sulimov and Utonagan come to mind.

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