About to adopt my first cat! What tips and things should I know before adopting one? via /r/Pets

About to adopt my first cat! What tips and things should I know before adopting one?

So after begging for so long my parents are finally letting me get a cat! Do you guys have any tips or things I should know before I get one? Like what things should I keep away from them and stuff like that?

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 06:17PM by wow_im_origional
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Getting a Bird via /r/Pets

Getting a Bird

Hi Guys,

Im new to this sub so sorry if this doesnt belong here.

I am considering getting a Bird when I move out of my parents House. Specifically I want to get a Green Cheek Conure.

I already read up a bunch of things but I still have some Questings regarding owning and caring for a Bird.

I want my feathered friend to live a good life so I want to know everything that might be important to know and considering I still have several years till I move out, now is the time to gather information.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 05:04PM by Kumadzorro56
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Getting a Bird via /r/Pets

Getting a Bird

Hi Guys,

Im new to this sub so sorry if this doesnt belong here.

I am considering getting a Bird when I move out of my parents House. Specifically I want to get a Green Cheek Conure.

I already read up a bunch of things but I still have some Questings regarding owning and caring for a Bird.

I want my feathered friend to live a good life so I want to know everything that might be important to know and considering I still have several years till I move out, now is the time to gather information.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 05:04PM by Kumadzorro56
via reddit http://bit.ly/2IYF1vB

Getting a Bird via /r/Pets

Getting a Bird

Hi Guys,

Im new to this sub so sorry if this doesnt belong here.

I am considering getting a Bird when I move out of my parents House. Specifically I want to get a Green Cheek Conure.

I already read up a bunch of things but I still have some Questings regarding owning and caring for a Bird.

I want my feathered friend to live a good life so I want to know everything that might be important to know and considering I still have several years till I move out, now is the time to gather information.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 05:04PM by Kumadzorro56
via reddit http://bit.ly/2IYF1vB

Dropped my dog off for scope/tissue biopsy at 7:30AM – Animal Hospital started procedure at 2:30PM via /r/Pets

Dropped my dog off for scope/tissue biopsy at 7:30AM – Animal Hospital started procedure at 2:30PM

So – not sure if this is normal or not.

Situation: My dog (Australian Shepherd mix) needs to have a scope for her bladder, where they will look and take a tissue sample of a suspect mass in there.

I was told no food past 8PM last night, and no water past 10, and to bring her in at 7:30AM.

Issue: They didn't start the procedure until 2:30PM, meaning she was in some type of cage/crate for 7 hours, with no food/water since the time i dropped her off.

Is this at all standard?

As you can probably tell, it doesn't seem right to me – but I'd be very interested in hearing from others.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 04:12PM by mondo_mike
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Has anyone done Needle Aspiration on your dog’s lumps at home? via /r/Pets

Has anyone done Needle Aspiration on your dog’s lumps at home?

Lumps are generally harmless in dogs, but sometimes you get concerned and want to test. The procedure is straightforward – stick a small needle in the lump, take a fluid sample and submit it to a lab for a histology report. I was just wondering, is this something anyone has done at home themselves?

I've always relied on the vet, but the high costs got me curious about doing it myself.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 04:26PM by smohyee
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Has anyone done Needle Aspiration on your dog’s lumps at home? via /r/Pets

Has anyone done Needle Aspiration on your dog’s lumps at home?

Lumps are generally harmless in dogs, but sometimes you get concerned and want to test. The procedure is straightforward – stick a small needle in the lump, take a fluid sample and submit it to a lab for a histology report. I was just wondering, is this something anyone has done at home themselves?

I've always relied on the vet, but the high costs got me curious about doing it myself.

Submitted April 25, 2019 at 04:26PM by smohyee
via reddit http://bit.ly/2II55fm