Me and my gf are planning on getting two frogs. I have no idea about frogs and so I’m coming to you. What frogs won’t eat each other and are easy for beginners to care for. I know I can just look this up but someone probably knows more on here.
I bet this is a common question but how can I use public, over-the-counter medication to treat a dog of itching? >small dog (23lb), no fleas >starts scratching like crazy for weeks >take him to vet and they gave him some shot that was supposed to last for a month and barely lasted a week or two (to alleviate pain) >contact vet, tell them this, and they gave him Apoquel which he has had before, to no positive effect, and has been prescribed again despite the vet office being told this It's frustrating living in a world where my dog scratches so much that tufts of hair flake off, and I can't treat his clear pain/discomfort because treatments put money in pockets, not cures. My other dog, a 112lb lab, has also been scratching himself often.
>developed brain, blood and eyes independently from all the rest >developed completely original mode of transport and interaction >brain scattered throughout the body, as far that tentacles remaining functional even when cut off, trying to hunt prey and feed non-existent mouth >literal shapeshifters >extremely intelligent, some estimates saying they could reach dolphin-level intelligence if it weren't for the age limitations >tool use and socialization outside their own species >we still can't really examine them properly because they are so outside of every measurement for animals we developed
Cephalopods are the coolest animals on this planet and criminally underrepresented here