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Does anybody have a pic of a female pheasant dressed as a physiotherapist?
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good thread
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>>2822186
Wanted to know what it would look like
>>2822189
That's a nice bird
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>>2822346
Cool, thanks
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>>2822181
Do you have a higher res image of that photo ?

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Dog General #28

Old Thread: >>2795314

Dog food review site - https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com

Puppy guide - http://drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?articleid=1449

Discord link goes to #mammal:
https://discord.gg/3xGbBG2

>What should I feed my dog?
>What breed of dog should I get?
>How do I train my dog?
>Rate my dog!

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>>2823237
spongy bones like in >>2812645
shoulder blades/hip are aven better beause they aren't as dense and sharp as leg bones and pose less or a risk of injury. they can be gnawed to dust and eaten whole by the dog.
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>>2823057
>$30 for a toothbrush
Man I just paid $4 for 3 of them. The toothpaste you should really go for stuff made for dogs, or at the very least do a lot of homework on dog digestive system and what's bad in excess or at all, because they will swallow them. However the toothbrushes have absolutely no regulations besides making sure they aren't harmful to humans. So if you want to save money, maybe do a one-time purchase of dog toothbrushes on Aliexpress and use a lead tester. I've used animal shit from Ali and never had an issue with it and none of their products have tested for lead so far, and everything else is largely unregulated in American pet products so I didn't bother testing for other shit like BPA, phthalate, etc. They have the fancy toothbrushes for $1.50 US and cheap finger ones are like 50 cents. you may want to try a few different types though because aliexpress, well, it's cheap chink shit. Not all of it will work out for you.
>>2822669
Yeah like the anon said, he is probably mildly miffed about being bothered while chilling.
>>2822630
It's a lot easier to just show you instead of explaining;
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0A9SpCdRZg
There's a few ways to get dogs to stop barking. One way is to teach them the command 'bark' and then teach the command to stop barking, but that will only be effective if you're around. I highly advise teaching a focus command and desensitizing the dog. You will need someone to help you though.
>>2822627
Would you be interested in making biscuits? I have a cook book of dog biscuits. Only issue is it makes a TON of biscuits and they go bad quick because you aren't adding preservatives, so you either need to freeze them of give them away. I think even cutting the ingredients in half would be too much for a small dog. I usually give them to a local dog rescue, but don't be surprised if shelters won't take home made dog treats because they don't know what you put in em
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>>2822371
No. If you don't know what kind of bacteria, you may be using an antibiotic that is largely ineffective and create a resistant strain. Why do you think drooling is sign of an infection? It could be a tooth/gum issue or abscess.
>>2822377
He won't die in a week. Don't give him any antibiotics, wait until he can be seen by a vet.
>>2822380
>filename
It's eyes remind me of a lemur
>>2822625
Congrats anon! Any pictures?
>>2822408
Would pet/10
>>2822311
Yup, but the dog is a lazy basset. My dog has actually recognized the owner and whenever she comes around, even without her dog, my dog goes fucking nuts. Go look online or at craigslist for puppy play dates. I wouldn't approach a person randomly about setting up a play date, that just sounds creepy. If you want, you could also see if any local shelters/rescues need 'helper dogs'. Helper dogs are used to assess how shelter dogs do with other dogs, how active they are, how hard they play, etc. I go to the shelter once a week with my dog but she only sees other very high energy large dogs; my girl is kind of a cunt and will slap or accidentally hurt old dogs or smaller dogs, Issue with that is your dog will need to be UTD on bordetella and some days there aren't any dog friendly or compatible dogs.
>>2820979
Oils and wax. Hounds for example have very oily/waxy fur where water looks like it drips right off of them. Just like people, they produce different amounts of oil. And care, obviously.

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>>2809511
Is 2/3 cup in the morning and 1/3 cup at night too little for my dog if I'm trying to make it lose weight? I'm feeding her American Journey dry food.
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>>2823357
2/4 and 1/4*

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am i retarded if i want to do phd studies in specific branch of zoology only because i find specific group of animals fascinating and beautiful?
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>>2814591
that's one happy gecko
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bump
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bump
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ok it is my last bump...
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yes, that'd be retarded. being a graduate student is a shitty job and you'd need to find the study of your animal fascinating and entertaining, not the animal itself. you could get a job at a factory and spend more time gazing adoringly at your animal.

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Fungi thread, Amanita muscaria edition.

Where you can post about fungi to your hearts' desire!

Identification posts are encouraged, but please make it easy on the identifiers by taking some specific photos:
>Photo of mushroom unpicked, in it's habitat
>In focus photo of the gills and stem
>Detailed photo of the cap texture and any other notable features
>Your region and local, nation/country/state/principality, as detailed as you feel comfortable.

General fungi questions and thoughts are encouraged!
For a quick guide on easy mushroom cultivation, refer to this:
>https://pastebin.com/ddb6fAPS
Ask any questions it brings up within the thread. The topic of cultivation is encouraged
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>>2823011
Unofortunately I'm unable to id this. There's a real mycologist in this thread, maybe he can identify it. I'm not at all familiar with polypores and we don't have this species so most of them look pretty same to me. For id purposes I suggest to take a closer pic from both sides as pores or tubes can have relevant information. Spore print is a good idea in this case as theres's hundreds of polypore species and at least to me, they can look quite similar. I'll make a trip to forest today if I have time and post my finds.
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Cortinarius sanguineus from today. Unedible species, but can be used to dye wool or fabric. I have tried it a couple of times and they produce bright and fade resistant deep blood read colour. Propably one of the most tedious mushrooms to pick, as they grow in wet soil and they are tiny. You can spend hours in picking them and only get a couple of hundred grams of fresh mushrooms.
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Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus also from today. Edible and tasty species, but rather small, so usually not worth picking them. Sometimes you find lots of them at the same place, but usually only a couple.

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Say your pet bun passes away. What's the dish you're making them into?
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my pet rabbit died of old age
i prefer to eat young rabbits
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>>2823075
I’ve heard old rabbits are really chewy and tough
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Rabbit kimchi jjigae is what I like to cook when I hunt rabbit. However the thought of eating my own beloved pet makes my stomach churn desu. I do not have an emotional connection to wild rabbit.
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>>2823002
eagle
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>>2823002
I own a chinchilla but considering that he's more fur than flesh I'm not really looking forward to gnawing him. Maybe a soup would do.

Sorry if this is a shit thread, but what type of cat is this? She's about five months old and has a super fluffy tail. I'm pretty sure she's a tortoise shell but I'm not for certain.
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it's a turtle cat, you cant tell anything else from that fucking garbage picture.

cats dont have as distinct differences like dog breeds except for a few.
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>>2821570
She's a very hyper kitty and it's hard to take pictures of her apologies friend
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Yup, that’s a tortoiseshell. But that’s not a breed, it’s just the name given to that type of coat coloring.
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>>2821516
Eagle.
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>>2821516
Yeah she's a tortie, but mostly she's a moggy.

Don't worry, when treated with love moggies are the most affectionate of cats.

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How do you guy capture a stray cat?
Because those cat keep coming to my house and steal my food at night.
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>>2821723
>Close your door
Try something bigger.
>>2821743
If i live in a tent. I will not alive to post on 4chan.
>>2821747
>Are you leaving freshly baked pies on the window? Is the cat stealing your pies
Never see cat eating pies before. I don't have window and no, but they eat meat and fish.
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Close the window then?
Or do you live in a abandoned building or some shit
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>>2822548
>Close the window then
Read the fucking post, and no. It's better to rent than to buy in today's housing market. $25 per month.
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>>2822510
I don't have any barrel but trash can work. Thank bro.
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>>2822531
But most of fish and meat must go into a freezer / fridge

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Hey, /an/ my sister saw this in her room today. I can't tell and don't want to contact a exterminator just yet about if these are bed bugs or not due to some shady things I've heard.

Anyway is this a bed bug? I can't really tell
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>>2822807
Oh shit thank God. I've heard how absolutely fucking draining it is to get rid of those assholes
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post pics of your sis, can't help you otherwise
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>>2822815
What if his sister is like 6?
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>>2823124
Oh my fucking god. Stop it.
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>>2823124

What are some prehistoric fish and marine critters that are still alive today
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>>2821355
no.
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Corals have been around since the Cambrian and are Cnidarians like medusas.
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The sea spider is perhaps the single-most primitive arthropod in the animal kingdom. Examples can be traced back all the way to the late Cambrian.

There is still debate regarding how these arthropods should be classified.
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sea cucumbers are very basal animals
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>>2814720
Eagles

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Any tips on catching a sheep? I phrased this wrong I think, there's a sheep nearby with what looks like an organ hanging out of the stomach meat but it keeps running into a pine forest and I can't catch it. Tried some farms but they don't want to know.
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>>2821204
Worth a try, duke. I'll try and get a picture tonight.
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The sheep is dead.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KF32DRg9opA
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>>2821137
Your way is not very sportsmanlike.
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>>2822825
Post a pic. What was actually wrong with it?
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Fart at it.

Lets talk about foreign species in your country. The biggest three we have here in Australia are:
>Rabbits
>Camels
>Deer

Rabbits and camels have fucked things over. Deer not so much. If at all desu
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I don't live there, but those hippos in Brazil seem crazy
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>>2821986
oh oops it's Colombia my b

But hey, in a few years time it might also be Brazil
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I don't have any invasive species here except for birds or something. I kinda wish I did because my state has so little animal diversity, every creek i been to has the same 2 types of fish.
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>>2821677
Sounds cool, bison are top tier

>ywn hunt buffalo with your bros before heading back to the village to roast meat and fuck one of your 7 wives
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>>2821980
There's some kind of herd size control going on (they capture some + sell them off for meat every year to keep the herd numbers down), so I think so. The island wasn't home to very many unique species in the first place.

>>2822007
I was hiking out there and actually ran into them. Kind of scary, but even the bulls were chill with us giving them a wide berth.

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I got some spider bros that kill a ton of insect in the house and they are super helpful, but I dont want them laying eggs. I’m worried that thing is some sort of egg sack. Should I kill them now or am I fine?
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You'll be fine.
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>>2823062
Fucking hell man you still haven’t given up?
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If it is an egg sack, just let them be. Most of the babies will unfortunately die, and be lucky that you got to have this experience. They will all try to gtfo to lessen competition, so many will probably move out (maybe open up some windows). Perhaps you can also move them into a jar or something so you can check them out and move them out when the time comes. Or I suppose you can move the sac out to a sheltered place outside.

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Anyone know what this growth in my cousin's Bearded Dragon's eye could be?
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>>2823022
I try not too but my mom still talks to her, and my mom was concerned about the lizard.
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>>2823023
Well, with the baby, you can actually do something about it. Just call CPS or whatever you have in your area and report the abuse/neglect. They'll actually investigate and there's a fair chance the kid will be taken away if it's really that bad.
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>>2823029
Oh and there's always anonymous ways to report these things, it won't be obvious it came from you.
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>>2822938
Eagle
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>>2823029
I'm sure her family will help her care for it so it won't get that bad. I'm just mad because she keeps getting away with all the terrible things she does. She busted all the windows out the car her mother gave her in a fit of rage, and nothing came of it. She's killed/sold off soooo many animals. When the lizard died after me and my mother tried to do last minute emergency care, her mom just said "oh it's just a lizard". It took almost a full year for the poor thing to finally die with us asking her to give it up to us for almost the same amount of time.

Sorry for the rant. Here's a pic of my Bub for your entertainment.

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*BOOM* *BOOM*
*CRASH*
"WHEEZE WHEEZE"

This is all it takes for a tortoise to break into your house and kill your newborn baby and your whole family.

Why haven't you banned them yet?
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>>2822779
Never before have I realized how dangerous torts are
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Absolute UNIT
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>>2823033
https://www.cdc.gov/salmonella/agbeni-08-17/index.html

fish
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>>2822521
What type of whale is that?
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>>2822744
false killer whale or something like that
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>>2822744
A mistake
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>>2822744
pilot whale
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>>2822744
Eagle




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