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hey /an/ Im thinking of getting a dog and am looking for some advice. Im looking for a dog that will live inside and is good with kids. But i also want a dog that i can bring on walks with of about 2 km. Any suggestions?
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hey guys i just got a kitten for free off craigslist, this black prick had him in a shit smelling cardboard box with bubblewrap at the bottom and just gave him to me. hes mewing right now and hiding from me, i really want him to warm up but i dont want to push my boundries. what do i do? please help
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hey /an/ anyone knows what it could be? it's like 1.5cm long it looks like some diving beetle larva but it doesn't have a big head or any real leg it's in my fish tank and came there when I put some water hyacynth from my pond to protect it from winter I'm in France if that matters
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the fox has officially been domesticated and recognized by all legal and other relevant authorities to be pets. what are your thoughts?

pet ownership failures

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>living with grandparents on a house on a spacious walled-in grassy yard for uni >also living with a jap spitz, a rottweiler (technically not ours) and mixed breed with obvious Scottish Terrier ancestry >grandparents are out of the country to resolve some legal matter leaving me and the caretaker >notice tick infestation on all dogs except the mixed breed. ticks are >jap spitz is sent to vet because of weakness >ticks are obviously from the grass >we never tie the dogs down. they run around digging for shit on everything >considering getting some peafowls to kill ticks >rottweiler is known to kill new pets >go back home for vacation. be gone for three weeks >get back to grandparents' house >rottweiler dies. apparently from anaemia. a day after being given a bath by the house caretaker and on the day I arrive. >mixed-breed dies from mange >jap spitz is alright but living with granduncle atm kinda nervous about grandparents' reaction coming to see they've lost 2/3 dogs tell me what i did wrong and what i should've done instead :(
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what jobs are there with animals and nature?
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Does Cesar Millan actually know shit or is he just a fancy taco? Discuss

Hanging, glass flower pots

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i bought a couple of this things. the whole thing is approximately 20 cm. (7.9 inches) tall. the bottom half is 9 cm (3.6 inches) in diameter and the small holes you see are 3 cm (1.2 inches). so i was wondering what plants are small enough to live in that thing and would actually look good.

Melissa Bachmann

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Melissa Bachmann kills just for pleasure a beautifull Lion in Africa. This could be a reaction by any Animal-Lover: Hey Melissa…. smile…….ooook

Flowering wallpapers/pictures

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Hey everyone. I'm working on a assignment for my digital media class and I need a cool background for me to place my 3D text over. I'm looking for images that have budding or sprouting plants/flowers like this image here. Can anyone help me out?
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Guess what these are /an/.
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Apparently, dogs domestication was a result of weak&sickly wolves staying close to human hunter-gather settlements and feeding on leftover bones and scraps. Why didn't this happen to Hyenas, which are social, hunt together and live together just like wolves? They are also actually certified scavengers, and have a reputation of being less shy than other big predators. Why didn't they get domesticated? Was it just human preference? That we were in love with majestic wolves and disgusted by the behaviour of hyenas? (they're loud, eat their prey alive before killing it, and routinely steal from other predators) Until relatively recently, Hyenas existed in Asia and Europe, where wolves were apparently domesticated. picture related, European Hyenas

How to host an adoption event

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Hello. I work at a rescue and we are preparing an adoption event in January. Since I want to prepare early, I come here to ask for tips. A google search only gave me a few results. The theme is "New Year New Life" and we're thinking of hosting it at a mall. We'd bring all of our puppies (we usually don't have a lot, at the moment we have 5) and maybe a couple of adults on the smaller side of the size scale. How should we do this? We're a relatively new group and don't have much experience in this kind of campaign. Thank you.
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Help me /an/ I think I'm turning into a vegetarian. I think it came to a head today watching a video posted on nbcnews.com about cruel treatment of pigs in a farm in a contract with Tyson. Working at Walmart personally I know what kinds of attitudes and disconnects happen between the managers and employees. Basically managers don't give a shit what you do as long as you 1. Make them the expected amount of money 2. Don't cause any trouble that they have to deal with. So in all honestly it's easy for me to conclude that the owner of the farm did know what was going on but didn't give a shit until they got in trouble for it..... probably the same for Tyson itself. Really it's not a fact of 'Oh I didn't know so I couldn't stop it' but more like 'Well it's guaranteed that it's going on somewhere but we're not really going to go out of our way to care about it until it becomes an issue.' This is really how a lot of big businesses run in general, at least in my opinion. I already really don't buy beef because of the expense. I'll have fast food maybe once a week but that's it. I'm not entirely resolved to give up poultry and fish and I'm not sure what the disconnect is there. But this video marks the first time I every seriously, seriously considered giving up bacon. Actually I confess I would still buy pork and beef from a local source I know about because they're one of those smaller hippie run things so I know they keep track of animal treatment. So what I was wondering, /an/, is if we could possibly have a CIVILIZED discussion of what either motivated you to become a vegetarian, or what is your thinking involving eating meat? For example, if you had a revelation like I have had today about eating pork and beef and you talked yourself out of it, how did you do so? Thanks /an/, stay classy.
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TL;DR - Is it possible to move a wild bird's nest, with eggs, in such a way that the parents follow and relies that this is still their nest even though it's in a new place? Extended edition: I live on a small farm in rural Australia. A couple of months ago I found a small bird's nest with 3 eggs in the corner of one of my sheds. The parents appear to be Little Wattlebirds, so I didn't mind. In fact I started leaving the main door a jar so they could come and go and made sure that my farm cat didn't go near them. The eggs hatched in to ugly little chicks and eventually grew their feathers. One day when I checked on them I found the nest empty, however I did find one of them on the ground in the opposite corner of the shed, under a shelf. I put him back in the nest and left him. Later when I came back there was no sign of him, so I assume he flew off. So that was all fine. But a couple of hours ago I found a new nest on the other side of the shed, with 3 eggs in it. I don't know whether its the same birds who've decide to build a new nest instead of using their old one or if it's a new pair. Either way this is a problem, as in 5 days time, I'm going away for a 2 weeks and during this time I'm going to have to lock my shed up as it contains my tools, equipment, bikes, car and tractor. I don't mind the Wattlebirds, so I'd rather not force them to abandoned their nest and eggs, so I would like to know if there is anyway I can move their nest/eggs out of the shed, to someplace safe in such a manner that the parents follow and keep attending to the nest?
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fucking platypuses, they're so amazing. are there more docummentaries about them except the ones on jewtube? preferably not entry-level
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hey /an/ I really don't know if this is the right place at all, but considering it effects fleas (i'm using it for cat fleas) perhaps someone here has any experience with it and i cannot find the relevant info on google as well... But i recently purchased one of pic related, it's one of those smoke bomb things and I intend to let it off tomorrow. It mentions that while it is being expelled you should leave the premises, but fails to mention for how long it goes on for. So because i won't be able to check until it's cleared does anyone know how long it lasts for? Thanks.
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I'm having a little trouble training my pup /an/. She's about 7 months old now, and at times can be adorable, she loves to lick and play. The problem is that whenever she does something wrong and I try to get this through to her, she still thinks it's play time. Her tail will be wagging even if I'm as stern as I can be. Trying to grab a hold of her just makes her run around and just make her more excited, so that usually isn't a great option, and even when I do get a hold of her and hold her by the back of the neck she has no reaction whatsoever. I've only had one other dog before, and while he liked to be dominant he got a hold of things really quick. Because of that I don't have too much experience afterwards, is there a better course of action to take now?
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http://freefromharm.org/in-the-media/chicken-lays-bottles-wine/ >Using animals in advertising today is still pervasive. The more outrageous, the better the ratings. Animals are typically humiliated, denigrated and made a laughing stock. This one from Andes Barley Wine, uses a female hen who magically lays bottles of beer much to everyone’s surprise. The man who discovers her, mounts her on the back of his motorcycle and takes her back to his home to show her incredible spectacle to his friends and family. When the chicken stops laying bottles of wine and goes back to eggs, he slaughters and cooks her for dinner. This ad uses allegory and symbolism to reinforce the beliefs that males dominate females, men control the reproductive systems of females and female animals have worth only to the extent that they serve dominant male interests. It’s a world that reinforces sexism, speciesism, patriarchy and violence.

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