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noticed today a yearling hen has laid a very rough shelled egg, its not smooth and shiney like normal bit dull and rough.............any thoughts anyone ? they get grit every day.
So, Mya and Kody play like this for an hour straight. Sometimes I think they get a bit too rough. What do you guys think? Normal, right? Oh, and please ignore my husband in the background. He was playing BlackOps (when is he not? lol)
ive noticed that kiba's coat is a little different from the huskies ive come in contact with and im wondering why this is the case. She has shorter, more "normal" looking fur from just behind her shoulders and behind. Her shoulders and
I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Athena is just being playful, but she doesn't know her own stregnth. She wants to go outside run and jump all over me and nip at me. Her nips are harder than she realizes and it hurts. I say OW and walk away and
Last October we were given a (about 8 months old) female Staffy, we think she may be a cross, she is a darling dog with a placid nature, we have allways taken her to the local dog park where she socialised really well and was happy running and making