• How many gallons of gas does your car hold?

    24 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Do you like dogs?

    28 answers · 24 hours ago
  • Big question?

    there is this really big full grown pit bull walking in the streets, i approach it and its super friendly. i see it looks very old and is very starving. i take him inside then give him some left over steak and let him sleep on my couch. should i keep him he obviously isn't owned since he has no collar and i... show more
    there is this really big full grown pit bull walking in the streets, i approach it and its super friendly. i see it looks very old and is very starving. i take him inside then give him some left over steak and let him sleep on my couch. should i keep him he obviously isn't owned since he has no collar and i could easily afford to get him toys food and a really good vet, problem is im on call for work 24/7 7 days a week, i might not see him as much as i want and im really glad i didn't get called for work while stitching him. also my partner has no idea that the dog is in the house to but they do like dogs. should i keep him he seems like a nice dog, though he looks old and may not live for too many years id gladly like to make his final days the best they can be. tommorow after work i either take him to the vet say hes my dog to get him properly treated (even though i did stop the bleeding, and did do a damn good stitch job) take him to a shelter or take him to the vet and keep him.he looks fine now that i fed him a big meal and gave him plenty of water
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • WHAT DO PEOPLE HAVE AGAINST PITBULLS?

    Best answer: Dogs have minds of their own, ANY dog can randomly attack, just like any human or animal under the correct circumstances, so the problem isn't necessarily that pitbulls are any more likely to attack than any other breed, it's that given the breed characteristics such as powerful jaws and a temperment that... show more
    Best answer: Dogs have minds of their own, ANY dog can randomly attack, just like any human or animal under the correct circumstances, so the problem isn't necessarily that pitbulls are any more likely to attack than any other breed, it's that given the breed characteristics such as powerful jaws and a temperment that requires them to keep fighting regardless of what happens to them, when they do randomly attack they do more significant damage than other breeds, potentially killing the human that was attacked, this makes the attack "news" so people hear about it.

    That said I cannot stand when people say that its based on the owner -- NOOOOO! they are animals, they can snap at any time like any animal! Every time you hear of a dog mauling a toddler you hear the owner saying "They never bit anyone before" Pits are bred to be powerful, they are not a dangerous breed because they are more likely to attack, but because it only takes once to kill someone!
    27 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I adopt a dog?

    Hello! I've recently bought a house, and I've been thinking about adopting a dog. I've had smaller dogs before when I was younger and lived with my parents (jack russel mix, a chihuahua, a lab mix and a blue heeler), and consider myself an experienced and attentive owner, but I think maybe a larger... show more
    Hello! I've recently bought a house, and I've been thinking about adopting a dog. I've had smaller dogs before when I was younger and lived with my parents (jack russel mix, a chihuahua, a lab mix and a blue heeler), and consider myself an experienced and attentive owner, but I think maybe a larger dog would better suit my lifestyle. There is quite a few rescue foundations, and a Prairie Pitbull Rescue foundation thats close by that I've looked at. I have a pretty average sized fenced in backyard, so there is lots of room for activities, and go on daily 5-9 KM runs. I am relatively outdoorsy on weekends and days off, but I am a University student, and I am away for 4-7 hours a day when the school semester starts up again, with occasional 5 hour shifts at my part time job. Its a relatively large house, and I'm renting some of the rooms out to friends who would also be home occasionally between classes and such, but I want to have some other opinions on this subject. I personally believe that I can provide a dog with what its needs, and spoil it with exercise and love, however I've never owned a larger dog such as a pitbull, and I was hoping to get some advice on whether or not this would be a good idea. Thank you! :)
    10 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Where can I drop off an old dog?

    I have a 7 year old yorkie and she was good when we first got her but now that she's old she's not fun anymore and doesn't play as much. She also costs a lot of money for vet bills and I don't want to keep spending my money on a worthless cause. I found a dog that I can get for free from my friend... show more
    I have a 7 year old yorkie and she was good when we first got her but now that she's old she's not fun anymore and doesn't play as much. She also costs a lot of money for vet bills and I don't want to keep spending my money on a worthless cause. I found a dog that I can get for free from my friend and it's very cute. It's a Maltese and much cutter than my yorkie so where would be a good place to drop off the yorkie I want her gone fast so I can get my new puppy
    19 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Why so some people steal dogs?

    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • I desperately want a dog, how can I convince my parents?

    I m still 16, so basically "a kid" and my parents won t take me seriously when I ask. I feel like I ve done everything, from getting good grades, cleaning up after myself, taking good care of my current pets (birds), and just generally being a good kid. But every time I ask, they always give me the same... show more
    I m still 16, so basically "a kid" and my parents won t take me seriously when I ask. I feel like I ve done everything, from getting good grades, cleaning up after myself, taking good care of my current pets (birds), and just generally being a good kid. But every time I ask, they always give me the same "it s going to become our dog" excuse. They keep telling me that I m going to get busy with friends, that I ll have school work, and that I ll get a boyfriend. The main reason I want a dog is because my friends don t really like me... I ve done my research about expenses, breeds, training et cetera, but my parents get impatient and I never get to the part where I explain anything. Most of the time, they ve just said no. I ve been patient and waited, but I just don t know how long I ll be able to go. I miss my other dog dearly, and I just want a second chance to really get things right and have a friend. I ve spent too many summer night researching and crying over a dog I might never get. I know I m making my parents seem like the bad guys, but I know they love me. It s just... There are so many good things about dogs that they ll never let me tell them about! No one has allergies, we have the money, and I ve reassured them an ungodly amount of times that I ll be the main caregiver. They re so set on their ways. Please help me, what else can I do to convince my parents to let me have my own dog? I feel like I ve done everything.
    26 answers · 3 days ago
  • What should i name my pitbull dog? Dino, Bjorn, Shane, Achilles, or Gorg....thank you?

    Best answer: DINO! RAR :D
    Best answer: DINO! RAR :D
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • I want a new dog my my parents say no (read all)?

    Best answer: I've been in this situation! (Granted, my family aren't that well off and it was a hamster, not a dog... But still!) I cleaned my room, helped out and saved up. Nothing helped! But then I did what you should do! I made a book! A wrote down Calender's for for what, how and when to care for it, lists of... show more
    Best answer: I've been in this situation! (Granted, my family aren't that well off and it was a hamster, not a dog... But still!) I cleaned my room, helped out and saved up. Nothing helped! But then I did what you should do! I made a book! A wrote down Calender's for for what, how and when to care for it, lists of what it would need, spending amounts and detailed research into it too. I showed my dad and when I thought he was gonna say no I out on some cute 12-year-old girl crying eyes and said 'I worked really hard *sniff* to show how much I wanted this.... I-I just wanted *sniff* a friend to stay happy!" Granted, I was going through major depressive episodes... And a pet helped.
    12 answers · 19 hours ago
  • How many dogs do you have?

    12 answers · 21 hours ago
  • I want a German Sheperd but my parents laughed at me.?

    Me and my family were at the park (with a lake) And I saw the cutest German Sheperd. You may be thinking 'just because its cute nahh obviously your parents wont get you it.) I saw how playful it is. How fun it would be to train it. To let it of a lead once. I currently have a Bishon Frise. Your probably going... show more
    Me and my family were at the park (with a lake) And I saw the cutest German Sheperd. You may be thinking 'just because its cute nahh obviously your parents wont get you it.) I saw how playful it is. How fun it would be to train it. To let it of a lead once. I currently have a Bishon Frise. Your probably going to saw aww But no he doesn't do anything but bit peoples legs and bark at dogs I try training him but no use. He's 'clever' in his own way I guess. My parents also agree with my opinion about our dog. I said I would care for it. Not like our dog currently. Not do something he wants - pees in the house - bites up shoes - bites clothes - gets dirty in mud. How do I get my parents to agree with me to get a new dog so my really depressed dog will have company? (I will pay for the price of the dog i told the that) German sheperds cost about 200 - 400 in ireland. I told my mum I'm saving up for a dog but she just said "Yeaah hahaaha'
    10 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Are dogs dangerous for kids?

    Best answer: Of course. They carry all kinds of diseases.
    Best answer: Of course. They carry all kinds of diseases.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Breeding my dog?

    I will be interested in breeding my female bernese mountain dog/german short hair pointer mix within the next year or so. She almost 3 and is of similar size and shape as a pointer. I would like to stick with a bird dog or another breed of similar size because I do not want the puppies to be too big because of her... show more
    I will be interested in breeding my female bernese mountain dog/german short hair pointer mix within the next year or so. She almost 3 and is of similar size and shape as a pointer. I would like to stick with a bird dog or another breed of similar size because I do not want the puppies to be too big because of her bernese side. I especially would like a bird dog though because even though I have been unable to train her to hunt, she comes from a long line of good hunters. She shows pointer traits such as occasionally going on point, speed, and great endurance. I know breeding is sometimes seen as a way to improving the breed but mix breeds are sometimes better than pure breeds in my opinion. With that in mind this is my main question. Would the average person with a pure breed even consider breeding with her? And if so, what kind of breeds would be best?
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • I am so stressed! Help! I had a border collie who I re-homed, well they now told me I can take him back or they will dump him at the dog...?

    pound! He chewed the siding on their house :( I do NOT want him to end up in the pound! Should I take him back? He is almost 9 months. I could take him back and try the obedience classes we had started before I re-homed him. I am seriously thinking of accepting him back - I never got another dog, so I have the... show more
    pound! He chewed the siding on their house :( I do NOT want him to end up in the pound! Should I take him back? He is almost 9 months. I could take him back and try the obedience classes we had started before I re-homed him. I am seriously thinking of accepting him back - I never got another dog, so I have the ability to accept him back. What should I do?
    9 answers · 18 hours ago
  • What would you do if a nearbye neighbour reported you to the Cops for owning a Wolf when you dont?

    What would you do if a nearbye neighbour reported you to the Cops for owning a Wolf when you dont?

    The cops called me this morning informing me that a report had been made that i owned a Wolf. Luckily the local cops know me and my dogs very well And our local cops reassured the neighbour that my dog is a working sheepdog and not a Wolf. The cops didn't have to tell me which neighbour as they are the only... show more
    The cops called me this morning informing me that a report had been made that i owned a Wolf. Luckily the local cops know me and my dogs very well And our local cops reassured the neighbour that my dog is a working sheepdog and not a Wolf. The cops didn't have to tell me which neighbour as they are the only ones newly in the area all other neighbouring farms and landholders know my dog well.... So do you think i should visit the new neighbour with the dog to show them that he is no threat to them or should i just ignore the situation and let it be
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can a civilian bring his dog to a police acadeny to have him trained?

    I'm sure you'd have to bring him as a pup and it would have to be a pretty trainable breed (the German shepherd or the Belgian malinois), and I'm sure it would be crazy expensive, but is that something that the police force does? Or do they only train dogs to become officers?
    I'm sure you'd have to bring him as a pup and it would have to be a pretty trainable breed (the German shepherd or the Belgian malinois), and I'm sure it would be crazy expensive, but is that something that the police force does? Or do they only train dogs to become officers?
    11 answers · 1 day ago