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So i have this cute bastard baby lab, born on October 21 2013, and i know he's a pup and it's normal, but he's biting everything and scratching, and i really need him to behave a little so my father lets me keep him, sorry for being such a n00b, but my Doberman wasn't this wild when young, so i'd really like some advices into ricing him to be a well behaved nigga
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my cat had surgery on his leg two weeks ago, since then he's had stitches and he had to wear a cone on his head and remain indoors. Despite the fact that it was some pretty intense surgery, he was still moving around, although with a limp, as such he needed to have his stitches replaced on the weekend as he managed to use the cone to scrape at them.
Now i've got a major problem, He escaped.
While I was taking some rubbing out he seized the opportunity and bolted for the open door (the bins are two meters away from the door, i didn't feel the need to close it), jumped a small fence and ran under my house. To be honest, i'm amazed, I was told he'd be barely able to walk for two weeks, let alone run and jump. Anyway, I crawled under the house to get him, he's always been a friendly fella, but when i tried to move him (not drag, i actually had space in there to crawl) I picked him up and dragged myself to the edge of the house and when i got there he went mental.
I now have 20 punctures in my left hand from him biting me, and he ran off after that.
I'm now worried, he managed to slip his cone off before i got to him and he could honestly be anywhere now.
tl;dr: How do locate/get my cat to return? He won't get a beating for what he did to my hand, as it was my own stupidity
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For the last 3-4 times I gave him a bath these past two months, my 11 month old beardie has made these weird motions with his tongue after he drinks water.
You know how we sometimes use our tongue to try and dislodge pieces of food stuck in our teeth or gums? That's exactly what he's doing for at least a straight minute until I get him out, dry him and put him back in his terrarium, but I can't imagine why, he only does it after he drinks so there shouldn't be anything stuck there each time.
Other than that he's super active, eats a lot, has proper UVB and heating and last time I had someone check on him I got told he's one of the healthiest bearded dragons he's ever seen.
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So I've never been on this board before, but I hope this topic is ok here.
I'm a new pet owner. I've had a cat or two for most of my life, but I've never had a very dependent pet until a couple of months ago. I now have a little white ferret named Phoebe. I like Phoebe very much, and I let her out for most of the time I'm home, but I work 2 jobs and go to school so there are days where I honestly have less than an hour to play with her. I'm ok letting her free in her room(I've 100% ferret-proofed a room up stairs), but I worry she still gets lonely.
So I'm considering another pet. Here's the question, is another ferret my only option or are there other pets a ferret might get along with? If only another ferret is a viable option, is there anything unique I should know about owning 2 ferrets vs 1?
Will Blackfish sink Seaworld?
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Has /an/ seen the documentary 'Blackfish'?
What do you think of it?
For those unaware, Blackfish is a CNN (inb4 jew media, hear me out) documentary about Orcas in captivity, and the darker insides of the the marine industry. Yes, you read that correctly, industry.
The story of the movie (aside from the heart wrenching tales of the trainers and animal treatment) follows Tilikum, the current male Orca in captivity that is the largest and most valued. If you get the chance, watch it. We may be able to spread it enough to cripple the marine jew.
(The official site)
Even the Federal Judges are involved in this. One peg at a time, /an/.