Emotional support dogs are not covered by ADA.. They do not have public access rights. Yes, the principal can indeed kick her off school property. ESAs are not the same thing as service dogs. They are only covered under fair housing laws and airline carrier access laws.
My wife wants to rehome our dog because she poops in her cage sometimes and we have a baby about to be born and she doesnt want the baby to be exposed to dog poop.
She's developing a liking for chewing on cords. Usually we catch her before she gets too far with it, but there have been a few casualties.
This was the last straw however, as it is the cord for our modem. It's still relaying, but if we dont find something to deter her from chewing, itll be done for.
I'm giving him extra love & attention. He's become lethargic, nibbles when eating, normal water intake for activity. Isn't asking for as many treats, Whining low guttural noise, goes to her spot and looks sad. has brought me her toys but won't play at all right now.
If he's a fairly young grandfather, perhaps he would like the company of a dog.
Have you thought about how limiting a dog will be and how it will effect your social life.
You will have to take your dog for a LONG walk be before you go to college, then rush home and take her for another long walk.
Unfortunately I have stupid door handles that are just horizontal lines, so whenever I tie a rope to it and they try to use it, it just slips off. Is there a specific knot I can tie that will prevent this from happening? Instructions would be helpful - thanks!
Hi there this has been keeping me up all night because I'm a very anxious person but basically my partner and I are planning on moving in Together within the next sort of year. I currently live in my family home with my dog who is mine to pay for, walk, take care of ect and I'm suddenly worrying about her...
take her to vet! she is hurt, she need stitching up! :) i wish best for your cat and i hope she is ok :P
This vile turncoat rather wishes to use our public legal aid to return back to England, a country which she BETRAYED!
she has shown zero remorse and even justified the Manchester bombing as a sort of retribution for British military actions!
Bedlam ! Has our home office lost its marbles. She made her bed with...
I found a feral kitten over the winter who was in pretty sad shape. I took her in, cleaned her up, fed her, got her checked by a vet. Physically she is healthy and happy, and has adjusted to being an indoor cat. In fact, she was afraid of the grass when I took her outside in my fenced yard. She loves to play,...
Depends. Visit France. Or Scotland.
There is no good reasonbto breed this dog but if you decide to go ahead anyway and want healthy pups and this dog to stay healthy then wait another 2 years.
Last month my sister came down for a "vacation" and ended up moving in with her dog.
I have a five year old and two cats. And we were planning on getting my son a puppy for his birthday.
My problem is her dog. It is untrained. It growls and barks and she feeds it people food so it begs us all for...
I am going to be picking up my puppy soon from a local breeder,She said when she took the puppies in at 2 days old to remove their dew claws the vet didn’t do the best job at it, she provided me with vet papers(proof it was done by a “professional”) and stated the vet didn’t do his left paw properly so now his dew...
We recently got a new dog who sadly came from a bad home where she was kept chained up outside for who knows how long and at night i think was put in her crate sometimes. Since getting her i’ve had to put her in her crate whenever we go out but getting her in it is a struggle, i think it might bring bad memories to...