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anyone want to wager a guess on why my dude is balding while I wait for his test results?
I noticed he was itchy a couple weeks ago and had a bald spot starting, so I took him to the vet because obviously that's weird. he got a flea bath and treatment of Revolution in case it was fleas OR mites, but has still continued to bald as I wait for the results of his skin scraping. I put plastic nail caps on his feet to try and reduce the effect of his scratching, and chlortrimeton and benadryl don't seem to aid him. he eats raw and canned grain-free food with me adding a fish oil supplement, so I don't think it's diet since it's just his face. the bare skin isn't flakey or dry, just soft and bald.
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I swear my bearded dragon just made a noise, definitely not a hiss but something like modified and very quiet cat mew (or a tiny, tiny, quiet dinosaur screech).
He was just wondering around my couch, I was picking the dead skin from his body (very soothing btw), then he kind of opened his mouth (like he does when he's too hot to cool himself) and made this cute noise. He didn't seem upset at all, went straight back to exploring the couch.
What could it be? Did it happen to anyone here?
Also bearded dragons general. Pic related, my beardie not giving a fuck.
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How come there is not a monkey thread, the funniest animal in the planet Earth? Watch monkeys, think of monkeys, act like monkeys, have fun like monkeys, read about monkeys, write about monkeys and post monkeys on 4chan.
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I love cows.
Always have done, they are surprisingly smart and I think they are beautiful creatures.
I've recently moved into a place with about an acre of good pasture land and decided "Yes, now is cow".
I realise however that one acre is not a HUGE amount of space really and I want my cow to be happy, so I come here with a question; What is the smallest breed of cow?
The local cow is the "Welsh Black" (Pictured) but that's a pretty large cow, probably not suitable.
Note that this cow will be a PET, not for breeding or milk production. This is going to be a happy cow; It'll even have a little gently-heated log cabin to live in (The log cabin is already there, not in the best condition but good enough) when it doesn't feel like poopin' in the garden.