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http://health.usnews.com/health-news/news/articles/2012/11/09/lone-star-tick-bite-might-trigger-red-meat-allergy-study >injects spit into your body when it bites you. When this occurs, your body develops antibodies to a carbohydrate in the tick's spit that is known as alpha-gal, a carbohydrate that is also present in red meat. The person then eats meat, and an allergic reaction is triggered. Be careful next time you go into the woods, guys! Freaky.
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You ready for some rage, /an/? /k/ommando here - I want to introduce these fuckers' faces to the business end of my Mossberg 500 shotty. http://gothamist.com/2013/03/06/despicable_bag_filled_with_puppies.php WHY do people do this?
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So, should I get this guy? Is there anything I need to know about owning a dog, or buying one on the cheap?

birds on wallpaper

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we need some more aviators. i'll post my faves from my collection and i'd appreciate the same from you too. cheers and happy flying

sad owl

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Will a barn cat survive on its own eating mice and birds etc.. Or do i need to feed it? I plan on giving it water.

What tricks do you teach your dogs?

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Hello c/an/ine enthusiasts! Let us talk about the tricks you teach your dogs and share techniques, ask questions etc... This is not supposed to be a thread about basic training but about all the fun stuff you teach your dog. I own the jack.russel girl you can see in the pic. She is now 3-years-old. I gave her basic training and she is a very well behaved, funcitonal dog that can mostly run free without a leash. I didnt really start teaching her anything special untill recently. She would come when I called for her, she would sit and stay and give the paw. As far as walking her, riding my bike with her and just normal dog/owner activities went everything was dandy. The only thing I hadnt been able to teach her in two years of ownership was to "lie down". I had tried doing that when she was little but had never succeeded. I always thought it was not that big of a deal because she funtioned just fine but it still bugged me a little bit. So last year in december i finally made a real effort to teach her and as it turned out, it only took a little patience and 15mins. I took a small piece of raw chicken and simply did not give it to her untill she lay down. I praised her when she did, said "down" connected with a hand motion and gave her the chicken. she instantly got it right on the second try. This experience got me thinking and I started teaching her some actual "tricks" since then and she really enjoys this. I started with some things that came naturally to her and intesified/shaped some behaviours we had already trained a little bit. things like jumping on command / over obstacles / over my legs. climbing up and walking over almost anything she can climb up from fallen trees to balance beams on the playground. standing on her back legs and walking around. doing a jump where she does a 360° in mid-air. when we got those down we moved on to things that were harder and required more concentration like playing dead, walking through my legs or rolling over.

Red Panda General

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RED PANDA THREAD Post pandas. I want to be a panda
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Okay, so I dropped my bearded dragon 3 1/2 feet from the floor today when trying to get him out to clean the cage. Will he be okay?

Cat wont stay off counter.

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What should I do, /an/? I have used a squirt bottle. >picture of him >his name is Felix
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Is a dog's knot sensitive? (Uh, I'm asking for a story.)
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Hey /an/ Anyone know of a good first time Rat owner guide? I'm interested in getting some rats for pets. But I never had any pets for over 10 years and I don't want to fuck up.
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Hey /an/. This is my Border Collie, Jazz. Shes a chocolate Merle and will be 3 weeks old tomorrow. Just wondering if any other border collie owners have advice for a first time owner of this breed. I know the basics, very energetic, can get destructive if ignored, plenty of exercise, things like that. Also, any training tips? I know these dogs are extremely smart, and I want to make her very well trained. Tried google and it just brought up some bitch's guide for 29 bucks. tl;dr: Advice for a new border collie puppy owner.

Animal tips general

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Hey /an/, I recently got hired at a pet shop. They mainly focus on fish, but have some mice/hamsters, reptiles and dogs. I know some basics on dogs and reptiles, but I have no clue on small mammals and fish. So any advice I should take with me before I make a mistake on my first day of work?
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So i have cat for 1 year. I wanna improve her life and make her happy. What can i do for her? Also share some tips please . THIS IS CAT THREAD.
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I am spending the summer in pristine wilderness, and was wondering if anyone knew a resource to where I can look up and identify plants and animals? Like somewhere where I can go through the different Kingdoms, Phyllums, families, genus, etc. etc. I do not know too much about such classifications, and want to have a strong foundation when viewing nature! Any tips would be great! Pic related:Small dot in pic was last week's camp. (Norcal if wondering)

Dog Grooming?

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So my two Shelties' main groomer left a while ago and, after a rash of "rude" groomers my mother refuses to take them anywhere until she's found a reliable one. It's been a long time since they last had a bath. Today I decided to help out the older one (almost thirteen years, he's a light sable) and I cut out the matting in his fur that usually develops with shelties. I also trimmed the fur around that is prone to matting. He's kind of "my dog" so he didn't go after me but after a while he got a little antsy. The other one is a really arrogant/obnoxious like five year old tri color, she wouldn't even let me go near her with a wire brush to get the loose fur out of her. A couple of weeks ago I managed to cut only the fur around one fucking paw. Fun fact: when the fur around the paw gets too long, they start sliding around like assholes. She punched me and levitated out of the goddamn room. Anyway I've done the best I can do for the moment. I have some school things to get to but later I'm considering washing the sable boy. Any tips also on brushing, washing, etc.? Any supplies needed will have to be gotten later because I'm not able to leave the house for a while. Shelties are really, really fucking hard to groom. Also p.s. the tri color has really strange, smooth fur and it grows weird?? help??
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Possible dog aggression? I've have a 1.5 year old male Corgi. He's not fixed. Growing up he lived with my gf's sister and her slightly older Shih-Tzu, as well as her dad's dogs and her mom's dogs. We take him to the dog park in my neighborhood every couple days or so and I've noticed he plays very rough. He is very vocal when playing, and likes playing with large dogs the most. He'll bark and growl at them and he likes to jump up on them and bite their ears (I think he only does this so that he can get them to start running around because he really likes to chase them down). Now, I don't think he is trying to pick fights, and if the other dog goes to get water or something he'll leave them alone. They'll even take breaks and be fine. So is this behavior something I need to correct or is this just how corgis play? I feel like it puts a lot of owners off because they think he is fighting when really both dogs are wagging their tails and playing.
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Am going to get some juvenile catfish in a 30 gallon (redtail, Raphael, channel) and I want to clean the previously used tank pretty well. It has mineral build-ups and I heard using a vinegar solution is good for this thing. Anyone know a good vinegar-water ratio so that any potential leftovers wont harm the fish? pic related: a raphael
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Tardigrade's are the baddest mofo's around. They can even beat up Chuck Norris. wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade






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