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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Pets with diabetus

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- Thu, 10 Dec 2015 20:03:35 EST G1gJUyry No.32401
File: 1449795815584.jpg -(211187B / 206.24KB, 620x465) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Pets with diabetus
Yo, my cat was recently diagnosed with diabetes, hes on insulin and some special food high in protein. Im not the best at injecting him, I can see him wince a bit on entry and removal, how do I get better at injecting him? Other than practice over time. Any techniques, pics, personal stories or vids you can share?

His mood has gotten much better and I know it helps him feel better, thought he was on the quick road to death for a few weeks there.

TLDR: Helpful stuff for pets who have diabetes plz post
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Emma Clunnerwell - Fri, 25 Dec 2015 22:39:57 EST dlVLHZYX No.32436 Reply
Honestly? this is a board for pets. Maybe a vet frequents here? Idk.

Maybe you should try asking /med/ for injection tips? Google is your friend too. I bet those people have experience with injecting little kids full of heroin. Boy how those children love their heroin.

No but seriously I feel like /med/ might have more experience. The most I had to do was put eye drops in my cat's eyes
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:24:04 EST IEJxn2K8 No.33048 Reply
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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Rebecca Warringbury - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 05:11:10 EST ByoBXwlL No.33081 Reply
>>32401
Former IV drug user here. Theres really no trick I know of to making a needle stick not sting. Maybe reward him after each injection. Just do something with him or give him something he enjoys. I know I didn't mind sticking myself several times a day because I was rewarded.

I guess you could use a topical anesthetic of some kind. It's really not that bad with a needle you haven't used before. I'd rather a hundred needle sticks over one stubbed toe.

Be quick is the only real technique. It should be easy since you don't have to hit a vein. The worst injections were the ones were I couldn't find a vein for shit. You don't have that problem. Don't stab or anything just don't hesitate. Break that skin, get in the muscle, and get it done with.

Raising A Pup

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- Fri, 29 Apr 2016 21:20:56 EST Bti5zPNy No.32661
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So my brother has a young Labrador/Boxer hybrid and I was hoping I could get some tips he didn't from just googling raising it.

This thing is 26 lbs at under 5 months and makes Speedy Gonzalez look slow. It also likes to chew on people despite being given every other option and being firmly told not to. It's not even holding still in this picture, just chewing on a toy hedgehog.
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Shit Pittway - Wed, 04 May 2016 01:16:20 EST CPFkpaQu No.32669 Reply
walk that fucker 2-4 times a day atleast 30 minutes per walk

I've never had a dog destroy the house or tear up stuff because I always made sure the dog is well exercised so it can gets its energy out outside
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Charlotte Sottingchure - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 19:02:03 EST YEa+JTEQ No.33076 Reply
low protein food

Kitten suckling issues

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- Wed, 07 Sep 2016 10:16:12 EST 11M9U0r6 No.33068
File: 1473257772408.jpg -(4031903B / 3.85MB, 5344x3006) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Kitten suckling issues
Gonna keep this short, basically me and some friends adopted a group of feral kittens way too young to be away from their mom and I'm quite sure they never really knew their mom at all we did a little bottle feeding then moved them to the bowl with the fake milk concentrate then then to water, they'd always try to breast feed off our dogs. And it's been a while and i know some animals never really get completely over it, but now my cat is a few months old at least, and at night always tries to suckle my dogs cheeks and it drives her crazy when she wants to sleep and wakes me up to i try to pull him away but he just keeps going back occasionally I'll spray him with a bit of water but I don't want to discourage him too much and I feel he's way too old to go back to bottle feeding.

Anything I should do? Anything im doing wrong? I'd like him to grow out of it if he can.

Pic related its mah kitteh first one I've ever owned always owned dogs though.
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Jenny Suzzlestine - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 10:34:54 EST NUbzj27G No.33069 Reply
You shouldn't be feeding cats milk. Go ask for help from actual cat experts or something.

The cat sounds retarded, tbh.

Maybe let them sleep in separate rooms.
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Albert Cacklepatch - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 02:07:33 EST NCrnHUhY No.33074 Reply
>>33069
I have asked vet techs they said they weren't quite sure what to do about it but I'll definitely ask the vet when he goes in for his 2nd round of shots, was just here asking for personal experience. Not sure why you're so angry about my question... and I certainly hope he's not retarded but if so id still love him all the same.

And yeah I could separate them but they like to sleep with me and as do I with them and my dog will knock or just sleep at my door if I don't let her sleep in here with me.

>>33073
Thank you for pointing that out lel yes I'm not just going around raising animals without doing research I've litter box trained him myself and feed him a good diet yada yada while it's still new to me having a cat i think I'm capable.

Problem Dog

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- Tue, 07 Jun 2016 14:37:55 EST VXAHT+YC No.32716
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My friend's dog attacked the other last night. This is the third time within a year. I didn't see it this time, but apparently one almost lost and ear and the other's paw got it pretty bad. It's always the same instigator, the bigger, older husky/wolf. Yeah, she's a quarter wolf or something like that. Real big bitch, probably at least 180lbs and she does not listen to commands.

While this is probably technically animal abuse through neglect and lack of training, I don't want to get my friend in trouble and I don't want his dog euthanized. She's never attacked a person, and this is his fucking fault for not training her or seperating them last time this happened. Didn't take them in to get their wounds checked out or treated either. I get that money is an issue, but holy shit if you can't care for an animal don't fucking get one.

I digress. I was hoping someone could chime in with some advice for finding her a new home. She's 8 years old, so she probably wouldn't be adopted through conventional means. There's gotta be some service for taking in dogs with behavioral problems right? Violence against other pets notwithstanding, she also steals food (friend feeds dogs his own food all the time) and eats food related garbage.

Part of me thinks this is a lost cause. She's another victim of some idiot who thought it would be cool to have a wolf dog without thinking things through, but I'm holding out hope.

Any advice or resources?
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Oliver Pammershaw - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 02:17:36 EST Fs2rnNu6 No.33062 Reply
I mean what if you turned around and opened a whole in space and time and sent her to another dimension? But in that dimension, like she has no problems. Simply remove the fixed dimension and yeah good to go dude.
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Cyril Nuttinglock - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 21:04:31 EST hh3N805h No.33072 Reply
dude must either keep them segregated when he is not actively supervising them, get rid of wolfdog, or get rid of normaldogs

you cant make a wolf not be a wolf.

and no, there is not a service that will take an 8yo violent wolfdog lol

My friends

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- Thu, 12 May 2016 01:12:08 EST rkyi/2Dy No.32678
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i love these friends
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Hannah Smallbanks - Sun, 15 May 2016 02:00:18 EST CPFkpaQu No.32679 Reply
dawww

they look like best friends, just make sure your cat doesn't claw the fuck out of your Pomeranian

marking

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- Tue, 25 Aug 2015 21:19:02 EST OwpfDox9 No.32178
File: 1440551942299.gif -(968611B / 945.91KB, 500x281) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. marking
how do you stop a dog from marking his territory instead of going to toilet at one go in one place?
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Eliza Hurringworth - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 10:24:38 EST ODK/z6x9 No.32229 Reply
>>32224
yeah but there's literally no way to explain to a dog that you don't want that to happen. It's an instinct and the guy on the other end just has a desire to stop it. He'd have to drag the dog along constantly.
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Shitting Dinkinham - Wed, 16 Sep 2015 10:17:08 EST g6U0mzcC No.32232 Reply
>>32229
I dunno my dog has seemed to figure out it is annoying, no real dragging just a light tug, like a tap on the shoulder. Now it's down to 4 pjsses in a 1 mile walk. Use to be like 15.
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:25:46 EST IEJxn2K8 No.33051 Reply
Liking talking to a brick wall, I tell you what.

What?

swollen penis

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- Tue, 28 Jul 2015 11:21:06 EST 67fj0y5t No.32095
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Anyone's puppy ever get this? He keeps biting and chewing at it.
I'm gonna try washing it with antibacterial soap and a rag a couple times a day and stopping him from chewing on it and see how that goes. Anyone who's had a similar problem, I'd love to hear what the cause was.
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Beatrice Drobblestock - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 19:55:56 EST 67fj0y5t No.32151 Reply
>>32095
Update
Finally got a job again and was able to take him to the vet. Was a yeast infection.
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Beatrice Drobblestock - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 19:58:03 EST 67fj0y5t No.32152 Reply
>>32105
That's not even the worst thing I had to do.
I pulled his foreskin back to check for foreign materials on various occasions. He looked at me like "what the fuck are you doing and tried to nudge my hand away."

Is my dog depressed?

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- Mon, 16 Mar 2015 16:14:25 EST +7986sli No.31769
File: 1426536865159.jpg -(2261616B / 2.16MB, 3264x2448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is my dog depressed?
My dog is almost 3 years old and she has always been rambunctious and high energy. I know that she is reaching adulthood soon so she has gotten a bit more mellow, but lately she has been sleeping/laying around for +/- 18 hours a day. She is a larger mixed breed, but should I be concerned she has slowed down too much? She has been eating/drinking well and when I work at it a little she plays well for a little bit, but then just goes straight for the door inside and to her bed. Sometimes she doesn't sleep but just lays there and looks sad, and sometimes she whines. Before I resort to taking her to the vet, is it possible dogs can have arbitrary depression? Pic related
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Isabella Tootham - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 06:26:24 EST 1D/PIACK No.32486 Reply
dog needs to smoke some weed
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Oliver Becklefield - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 05:45:00 EST 70F4E3kR No.32489 Reply
>>31769
I absolutely believe a dog can become depressed. Maybe she wants to go on walks, go outside more often, or play? I'm no expert, but I've had several dogs, and I've seen this behavior before. I think it's possible that she wants to be more active, but I obviously wouldn't know for certain. I'd try what >>31770 said with socializing. My dogs always enjoyed running amok with other pups.

Paranormal

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- Mon, 07 Sep 2015 19:08:21 EST BjnoIjT+ No.32205
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This is the doghouse and Sheba is the queen
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:23:17 EST IEJxn2K8 No.33047 Reply
Jelly, soda, sweet bread, candy, rum, s
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What species?

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- Thu, 17 Mar 2016 17:40:02 EST 3NkU01Am No.32602
File: 1458250802569.jpg -(23448B / 22.90KB, 480x640) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What species?
I've been looking into the species of this crab for about a week now and the closest thing I can find are Red Claw crabs, but in some pictures the look totally fucking different.
Also wheres a good place to identify crabs?
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Polly Serringtirk - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 17:43:19 EST 3NkU01Am No.32603 Reply
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Two male Golden Claws
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Polly Serringtirk - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 17:45:57 EST 3NkU01Am No.32604 Reply
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Shitty picture of the suspected Red Claw
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:22:20 EST IEJxn2K8 No.33046 Reply
You're my best friend [REDACTED].

FLEEEAAAA

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- Sun, 09 Aug 2015 16:37:05 EST 4zkXBlwJ No.32121
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What is the best way to fleacomb a cat?
And the best way to apply diatomaceous earth?

My cat has fleas but i don't wan't to poison her and me
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James Guddleshaw - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 01:20:13 EST s9+GYIZd No.32141 Reply
Also get her dewormed after the fleas are gone. When cats ingest fleas, they get tapeworm.
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Isabella Tootham - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 05:52:22 EST 1D/PIACK No.32483 Reply
>>32126
i'm pretty sure fleas can cause more issues than medication for fleas. i've worked at a couple vets offices and feline flea and tick prevention is a big seller, and beyond feeling oily when it gets rubbed on you, has no drawbacks that i'm aware of. it is in no way "way worse than fleas".
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:21:44 EST IEJxn2K8 No.33045 Reply
I'm having a party.

Goat riding

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- Fri, 03 Jul 2015 14:30:43 EST t3bCBW6w No.32063
File: 1435948243171.jpg -(127801B / 124.81KB, 726x484) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Goat riding
Is there a goat breed lange enough you could ride them on mountains? If there is, why aren't people doing it?
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James Bluvingnedge - Mon, 17 Aug 2015 16:42:12 EST V6h6KBtq No.32149 Reply
>>32064
But driving cars is far crueler to animals
Let alone using computers, those heavy metals kill a lot of shit
I think th ehuman was best off in primitive ways
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Thomas Bibblehene - Mon, 17 Aug 2015 20:51:39 EST CM2W4P5P No.32150 Reply
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>>32149
>the human was best off in primitive ways
that's retarded

Puppy hair loss (on ear)

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- Sat, 27 Jun 2015 13:17:12 EST O8DONPr6 No.32053
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We just adopted this puppy and its ear is haVing hair loss. She had fleas so we got a flea medicine they should be gone it's been over 24 hours. This bald spot is on her ear and we found black dots that are on there you can pick off (they look like the black dots of dry blood fleas spit out). I told this to my vet friend she said maybe it's just a flea allergy she's going to check her out soon but in the meantime what do you guys think? It doesn't look like manges because it's not scabby... it just kinda looks like dry skin.
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Nigel Pecklemudge - Tue, 28 Jul 2015 11:15:44 EST 67fj0y5t No.32094 Reply
>>32053
The black spots are probably just dried blood flecks from scratching.

Barnyard Hodown

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- Sat, 30 May 2015 01:58:07 EST JDIXoXKq No.31980
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Rhino versus Hippo. Who would come out on top and who is trampled underhoof?
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Oliver Bunway - Fri, 03 Jul 2015 13:23:11 EST vxPhNETM No.32062 Reply
>>32048
His multi chambered liquid distribution muscle. It's not rocket science.

So the Hippo beats the Rhino but the Elephant has the advantage unless water is involved. Hippos are aggressive as fuck though.
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John Niggerridge - Thu, 23 Jul 2015 22:14:35 EST nS4wNzGy No.32080 Reply
>>32042

How do you not look at that mouth the size of your torso with teeth the length of your forearm and not understand how it kills the hell out of everything that fucks with it? Not to mention it weighs as much as your car.

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