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Hey /an/ons. My cat has a urinary tract infection, don't worry it's being treated. But I was wondering if there is anything I can do to prevent this from being a common or recurring problem, dietary or otherwise. Any ideas? She's female, about 5 months old, spayed, eating dry kitten food right now but looking to change that.
I've heard of a sugar called D-Mannose, does anyone have experience with it?
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My dog is 1 cheeky kunt m8
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Hello /an/, first timer here. I came here, knowing that 4chan is the best source of advice anywhere, with a request for help. My 4 year old Rottie is absolutely terrified of getting her nails clipped. She rolls around, whimpers, kicks and claws (no biting, however) when we try to. Usually, I bring her to the vet, which costs $40 dollars, and still takes 4 guys to hold her down. Do you all have any tips on how to do this?
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Fixing feeding schedule
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Recently my dog gained quite some weight. Is it possible that one of the reason is that the dog starts eating just before he goes to sleep in the dog house at 9-10 pm? This has been going on for about 5 months now.
I give him dog food at around 6 pm but he doesn't want to eat it, as he just waits for some better food (salami, our dinner,...). Of course he usually doesn't get any so he just waits and waits, even if his dog food is right next to him in the kitchen. Only after he gets locked outside into his dog house where he finally decides to eat his own food, as I guess he realizes he isn't getting anything else.
So how can I fix it so he doesn't eat at 10 pm, or does it even matter at what time he eats?