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2023.03.31 08:42 User0917_ Crate training advice for 9 week old puppy

I live in an apartment complex & I tried to crate train my puppy today. She’s a sweet, well behaved little thing & she listens extremely well. I’ve read a lot on crate training & that it helps reduce separation anxiety & that it’s a great idea to crate train your dog. Long story short, she did not like her crate at all. I praised her & gave her treats when she was quiet but the second I stepped out of the room she went crazy. I don’t want my neighbors annoyed with her whining. After she stayed quiet for a couple of minutes I let her out of her crate. I’ll try again tomorrow. Any tips please & thank you!
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2023.03.31 08:39 dopeshotsdaily I need money for dog food and something to eat please help my cashapp is $godsmyfriend

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2023.03.31 08:36 lnvidias Found within 2 minutes of browsing through a local rescue, hits all the boxes lol

Found within 2 minutes of browsing through a local rescue, hits all the boxes lol
Crate trained…unless you leave the room. So being able to sit in it until someone walks more than 5 feet away is considered trained. Alright then.
Not food aggressive, but has to be locked in a crate away from other dogs to eat. Got it.
Not a flight risk or destructive, but has to be locked in an empty room without windows because she’ll “try to follow” her precious humans if they leave. Makes sense!
Bonus points for the ribbons and hats. What a fucking mess.
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2023.03.31 08:36 dopeshotsdaily Can any send money to get food for my dog and me $godsmyfriend is my cashapp

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2023.03.31 08:28 StatementIsIncorrect My gfs dog is choking/hiccuping & shaking

Roo is a 2 year old maltipoo. Ever since she was a puppy she would choke/cough whenever she’d be out of breath from running/playing. A guy down my street has a dog that recently died & he told us his pup was coughing :(( we immediately became worried
We’re taking her to the vet either tomorrow or Monday but can anyone help ID these symptoms?
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2023.03.31 08:22 GreenNapster 4-lb Wellness Core Wholesome Grains Dry Dog Food (Adult, Small Breed) $6.50 w/ S&S + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on $25+ [Deal Price: $6.50]

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2023.03.31 08:20 Tacos_Royale integrating with gpt4 for ideas

Anyone play with this? Seems to have some interesting ideas. Be happy to toss up some prompts, v4 is behind paywall for now.
give me a list of 5 different plant guild parings for a permaculture style garden. explain why they pair together
  1. The Three Sisters Guild (Corn, Beans, and Squash): A classic example of a plant guild is the Native American Three Sisters Guild. Corn provides a natural trellis for beans to climb, while beans fix nitrogen in the soil for the corn and squash. Squash acts as a ground cover, shading the soil and preventing weeds while conserving moisture.
  2. Apple Tree Guild (Apple tree, Comfrey, Chives, Yarrow, Daffodils): This guild is designed around an apple tree as the central element. Comfrey is a dynamic accumulator, mining nutrients from the soil and making them available to the apple tree. Chives and yarrow attract beneficial insects that help control pests, and daffodils deter rodents and other animals that might damage the tree's bark.
  3. Nitrogen-Fixing Guild (Alder tree, Siberian pea shrub, Lupine, White clover, and Nasturtium): This guild focuses on nitrogen-fixing plants that help to enrich the soil. Alder trees and Siberian pea shrubs both fix nitrogen through their root systems, while lupine and white clover are nitrogen-fixing ground covers. Nasturtiums attract pollinators and repel harmful pests like aphids.
  4. Pest-Repelling Guild (Tomato, Basil, Marigold, Borage, and Calendula): This guild is designed to help protect tomato plants from common pests. Basil is a companion plant for tomatoes, as it repels pests such as whiteflies and enhances tomato flavor. Marigolds, borage, and calendula attract beneficial insects and repel pests like aphids, tomato hornworms, and nematodes.
  5. Pollinator Attracting Guild (Lavender, Echinacea, Borage, Sunflowers, and Lemon balm): This guild aims to attract and support pollinators like bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects. Lavender and Echinacea are both beautiful and fragrant, attracting pollinators and providing habitat for beneficial insects. Borage, sunflowers, and lemon balm are also excellent nectar and pollen sources for pollinators, while also providing other benefits like pest control and nutrient accumulation.
why are these good for permaculture style gardens and what is permaculture? be concise
Permaculture is a design system for creating sustainable and self-sufficient ecosystems by mimicking natural patterns and relationships. It emphasizes ecological principles, resource efficiency, and closed-loop systems that minimize waste and external inputs.
These plant guilds are well-suited for permaculture gardens because:
  1. They support biodiversity: Guilds incorporate diverse plants that create habitat for beneficial insects, birds, and other organisms, enhancing the resilience of the garden.
  2. They promote symbiotic relationships: Each plant in a guild supports the others by providing benefits like pest control, nitrogen fixation, or shade, creating a healthier ecosystem.
  3. They maximize resource efficiency: Guilds utilize available resources such as light, water, and nutrients more efficiently by creating layers of growth and sharing resources.
  4. They minimize waste and external inputs: Guilds are designed to be self-sustaining, reducing the need for external resources like fertilizers, pesticides, or additional water.
  5. They mimic natural ecosystems: By emulating the way plants work together in nature, guilds help create a more balanced, resilient, and productive garden.
give me 2 guilds for northern arizona and two for coastal oregon
Northern Arizona Guilds:
  1. Pinyon-Juniper Guild (Pinyon Pine, Utah Juniper, Mormon Tea, Prickly Pear, and Fourwing Saltbush): This guild is adapted to the arid climate of northern Arizona. Pinyon Pine and Utah Juniper provide shade and act as windbreaks. Mormon Tea is a native shrub that attracts pollinators and repels pests. Prickly Pear provides a ground cover, edible fruit, and habitat for beneficial insects. Fourwing Saltbush is a nitrogen-fixing shrub, helping to improve soil fertility.
  2. Desert Pollinator Guild (Desert Willow, Penstemon, Golden Currant, Yucca, and Evening Primrose): This guild is designed to attract and support pollinators in the dry, desert environment. Desert Willow is a small, drought-tolerant tree with fragrant flowers that attract pollinators. Penstemon, Golden Currant, Yucca, and Evening Primrose are all native plants with beautiful flowers that support native pollinators and are well-adapted to the local climate.
Coastal Oregon Guilds:
  1. Pacific Northwest Forest Guild (Douglas Fir, Red Alder, Salmonberry, Sword Fern, and Oregon Grape): This guild is adapted to the cool, moist climate of coastal Oregon. Douglas Fir and Red Alder form the canopy layer, providing shade and habitat. Salmonberry is an understory shrub producing edible berries and attracting pollinators. Sword Fern provides ground cover, and Oregon Grape is an evergreen shrub that offers food and habitat for wildlife.
  2. Coastal Pollinator Guild (Sitka Willow, Red-flowering Currant, Nootka Rose, Western Columbine, and Pacific Aster): This guild supports pollinators in the coastal Oregon environment. Sitka Willow is a native tree that provides habitat for birds and insects. Red-flowering Currant, Nootka Rose, Western Columbine, and Pacific Aster are all native flowering plants that attract pollinators, support wildlife, and thrive in the cool, moist conditions of coastal Oregon.
Give me a guild with 5 plants that are all edible and support pollinators, for northwest Washington
Northwest Washington Edible Pollinator Guild:
  1. Hazelnut (Corylus avellana): Hazelnut trees are well-adapted to the climate of northwest Washington and provide a source of edible nuts. Their catkins also attract pollinators in early spring.
  2. Blueberry (Vaccinium spp.): Blueberries are a native fruit-producing shrub, providing a delicious and nutritious harvest. Their flowers attract various pollinators, including bees and butterflies.
  3. Borage (Borago officinalis): Borage is an annual herb with edible leaves and flowers, and its blue, star-shaped flowers are highly attractive to pollinators, especially bees.
  4. Scarlet Runner Bean (Phaseolus coccineus): This climbing plant produces edible beans and vibrant red flowers that attract hummingbirds, bees, and other pollinators. It can be grown on a trellis or allowed to climb up the hazelnut tree or another support.
  5. Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis): Lemon balm is a perennial herb with edible leaves that have a lemony flavor and can be used in teas or cooking. Its small, white flowers attract bees and other pollinators. It also serves as a great companion plant, repelling pests while attracting beneficial insects.
This edible pollinator guild is designed for the cool, moist climate of northwest Washington, providing a diverse mix of edible plants that support pollinators and thrive in the region.
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2023.03.31 08:17 DiscoAndy [L] - I feel like a terrible dog owner but i don't know how to get better. Need someone to chat with

My mental health has been decreasing lately and i feel like a ticking time bomb. Today my dog, Ozzy, got into my brothers secret stash of edibles (which he's not supposed to have since its illegal in my area). We took my dog to the vets and essentially he's just super high but he'll be fine.
He's a poodle mix but doesn't like grooming, so i was trying to make something good of a terrible situation by shaving him. While i was trimming his paws i was tired and accidentally cut him, nothing terrible but it did bleed a little and i feel so terrible because i hurt him and he doesnt even realize it because he's high out of his mind.
I feel extra terrible because my family keeps letting him out of his crate without my permission (which i leave him in whenever i'm not home) and he chews on things or steals food and they get mad at me. He gets into a lot and i don't know what to do because he's already sick and i don't know how to stop this behavior.
I'm almost 18 so i could moveout, go to a shelter or a friends house. But i can not leave my dog Ozzy behind. The friend that could take me doesn't like ozzy and shelters dont allow dogs. I don't know what i'd do without him but i feel like a terrible owner.
Anyways, kind voice please. Thanks random internet strangers <3
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2023.03.31 08:16 No_Seaworthiness3400 My roommates dad called me about my dog

Hi all. I live in Ohio and go to university here. I (22F) live with 3 other females, all 22 years old.
To start, I joined these girls lease last year as they had an open room, I did not know them previous to moving in.
One of my roommates, E (F22) has a dog. He has lived in the house since our lease started in May.
Around thanksgiving, I was thinking about adopting a puppy. Before adopting the dog I asked all of my roommates if they would be okay with another dog moving in, and there was no one opposed.
Flash forward, I adopt the dog and he moves into the house. All of the girls met him and loved him. They all sat in the living room and each of them pet him etc…
Since I would not consider myself friends with these girls I spend my time at home in my room. My dog, who I’ll just call L, follows me around the house and is only ever in common space if he is playing with the other dog at my house or when I am cooking (and he just sits at my feet).
Flash forward to early February, I receive a text from my roommate H, stating that I do not watch my dog and he is all over the house and is overall a bad dog. Now mind you, my dog is 5 months old at this point, is attached to my hips at all times, and never leaves my sight. She continued the message stating that his shedding has irritated her allergies. Mind you, she has pet him and called him over several times.
I replied telling her that he’s really only ever with me, and that I wasn’t sure what she meant by his poor behavior. I told her I was sorry about her allergies and that if it made her feel better I could vacuum the house more often. And that my vacuum is in the living room for anyone to use.
This turned into an in person conversation, where H, screamed at me about my dog and how her allergies are going to put her in the hospital. I asked her what she would like me to do and she asked again to vacuum more, I again replied that I have no problem vacuuming more and I asked her to be more respectful when texting me.
To which she screamed “thank for caring about my feelings” ran upstairs and slammed her door.
I then proceeded to take my dog on a walk where I received this message: “If I end up in the hospital because of YOUR dog, then you’ll be paying the expenses. You need to take some responsibility”
I responded and said that my dog is in my room/outside 23/24 hour of the day and that I would vaccine more like she requested.
Since this argument, there have been some flare ups of her getting mad at me since I confronted her about using my cookware and cooking oil.
I have been vacuuming every morning, and I leave my vacuum in the living room for anyone to use. I also make sure that if H is in a common area and I need to cook or take my dog outside that my dog does not go up to her at all. I also have been using a deshedding brush and brushing him outside as needed (3-4x a week)
This girl will not look me in the face or say hi back to me, which is honestly fine.
Now it’s the end of March. My grandfather passed away last week and I was packing up my room and my dogs stuff to drive home to attend his funeral. While I was packing up H was sitting in the living room, which my room is attached to. The two dogs started playing and my dog got close to H which made her upset and she ran upstairs. I finished packing up my car, being upset that I was driving to a funeral.
Which then during a drive I receive a phone call. It was a number I didn’t recognize and I let it go to voicemail. A few moments later I receive a text, it was H’s dad. The message read “Hello. This is Hs father. I just tried calling; I’d like to discuss some concerns H raised with me regarding your inability to clean up after your dog which has exacerbated her allergy and asthma symptoms. Please call at your earliest convenience so that we might discuss this issue respectfully. Thank you.”
I took a deep breath and gave him a call back. The call stated with him saying that H had my dog jump on her today (he is an English bulldog, and I’ve never seen him jump on anyone and he definitely didn’t jump on her today as he was next to me while packing) he said that she went upstairs and that she said that I was upset and stormed off and left. He asked me if this was true. I told him absolutely not it wasn’t true I was not upset I was just leaving for my grandfathers funeral.
I explain to him the situation and how I vacuum everyday and how if I am not home my dog is crated in my room and how I make sure that my dog and H do not come into direct contact. I could tell that my roommate H had lied to her dad about the situation and exagurated the details making me seem like a monster.
I explain the situation more and he threatens to get my parents involved. Which I am a full adult. I pay for my school I pay all of my bills and I pay my rent. And I pay for my dog. I found this quite ridiculous but I remained professional on the phone. Mind you I never gave him my phone number, his daughter must have sent it To him.
I ask if there is anything more he wants me to do, considering I already vacuum everyday, and I have kept a log of the dates and times of when I have vacuumed. No suggestions we’re givin he just asked me to continue what I am doing and that he sent his daughter a swifter back in mid February for her to use to help combat the fur. That swifter has been in the box in the living room since it arrived on the front doorstep.
The phone call was much longer than I described but I didn’t feel as if all the details were nesicarry to share in the post.
I guess all I am wondering is what is the legalaty that I could face. And if there was any legality where I could sue her for emotional damages due to living in a state of stress due to her actions.
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2023.03.31 08:16 No_Seaworthiness3400 My roommates dad called me about my dog

Hi all. I live in Ohio and go to university here. I (22F) live with 3 other females, all 22 years old.
To start, I joined these girls lease last year as they had an open room, I did not know them previous to moving in.
One of my roommates, E (F22) has a dog. He has lived in the house since our lease started in May.
Around thanksgiving, I was thinking about adopting a puppy. Before adopting the dog I asked all of my roommates if they would be okay with another dog moving in, and there was no one opposed.
Flash forward, I adopt the dog and he moves into the house. All of the girls met him and loved him. They all sat in the living room and each of them pet him etc…
Since I would not consider myself friends with these girls I spend my time at home in my room. My dog, who I’ll just call L, follows me around the house and is only ever in common space if he is playing with the other dog at my house or when I am cooking (and he just sits at my feet).
Flash forward to early February, I receive a text from my roommate H, stating that I do not watch my dog and he is all over the house and is overall a bad dog. Now mind you, my dog is 5 months old at this point, is attached to my hips at all times, and never leaves my sight. She continued the message stating that his shedding has irritated her allergies. Mind you, she has pet him and called him over several times.
I replied telling her that he’s really only ever with me, and that I wasn’t sure what she meant by his poor behavior. I told her I was sorry about her allergies and that if it made her feel better I could vacuum the house more often. And that my vacuum is in the living room for anyone to use.
This turned into an in person conversation, where H, screamed at me about my dog and how her allergies are going to put her in the hospital. I asked her what she would like me to do and she asked again to vacuum more, I again replied that I have no problem vacuuming more and I asked her to be more respectful when texting me.
To which she screamed “thank for caring about my feelings” ran upstairs and slammed her door.
I then proceeded to take my dog on a walk where I received this message: “If I end up in the hospital because of YOUR dog, then you’ll be paying the expenses. You need to take some responsibility”
I responded and said that my dog is in my room/outside 23/24 hour of the day and that I would vaccine more like she requested.
Since this argument, there have been some flare ups of her getting mad at me since I confronted her about using my cookware and cooking oil.
I have been vacuuming every morning, and I leave my vacuum in the living room for anyone to use. I also make sure that if H is in a common area and I need to cook or take my dog outside that my dog does not go up to her at all. I also have been using a deshedding brush and brushing him outside as needed (3-4x a week)
This girl will not look me in the face or say hi back to me, which is honestly fine.
Now it’s the end of March. My grandfather passed away last week and I was packing up my room and my dogs stuff to drive home to attend his funeral. While I was packing up H was sitting in the living room, which my room is attached to. The two dogs started playing and my dog got close to H which made her upset and she ran upstairs. I finished packing up my car, being upset that I was driving to a funeral.
Which then during a drive I receive a phone call. It was a number I didn’t recognize and I let it go to voicemail. A few moments later I receive a text, it was H’s dad. The message read “Hello. This is Hs father. I just tried calling; I’d like to discuss some concerns H raised with me regarding your inability to clean up after your dog which has exacerbated her allergy and asthma symptoms. Please call at your earliest convenience so that we might discuss this issue respectfully. Thank you.”
I took a deep breath and gave him a call back. The call stated with him saying that H had my dog jump on her today (he is an English bulldog, and I’ve never seen him jump on anyone and he definitely didn’t jump on her today as he was next to me while packing) he said that she went upstairs and that she said that I was upset and stormed off and left. He asked me if this was true. I told him absolutely not it wasn’t true I was not upset I was just leaving for my grandfathers funeral.
I explain to him the situation and how I vacuum everyday and how if I am not home my dog is crated in my room and how I make sure that my dog and H do not come into direct contact. I could tell that my roommate H had lied to her dad about the situation and exagurated the details making me seem like a monster.
I explain the situation more and he threatens to get my parents involved. Which I am a full adult. I pay for my school I pay all of my bills and I pay my rent. And I pay for my dog. I found this quite ridiculous but I remained professional on the phone. Mind you I never gave him my phone number, his daughter must have sent it To him.
I ask if there is anything more he wants me to do, considering I already vacuum everyday, and I have kept a log of the dates and times of when I have vacuumed. No suggestions we’re givin he just asked me to continue what I am doing and that he sent his daughter a swifter back in mid February for her to use to help combat the fur. That swifter has been in the box in the living room since it arrived on the front doorstep.
The phone call was much longer than I described but I didn’t feel as if all the details were nesicarry to share in the post.
I guess all I am wondering is what is the legalaty that I could face. And if there was any legality where I could sue her for emotional damages due to living in a state of stress due to her actions.
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2023.03.31 08:15 No_Seaworthiness3400 My roommates dad called me about my dog

Hi all. I live in Ohio and go to university here. I (22F) live with 3 other females, all 22 years old.
To start, I joined these girls lease last year as they had an open room, I did not know them previous to moving in.
One of my roommates, E (F22) has a dog. He has lived in the house since our lease started in May.
Around thanksgiving, I was thinking about adopting a puppy. Before adopting the dog I asked all of my roommates if they would be okay with another dog moving in, and there was no one opposed.
Flash forward, I adopt the dog and he moves into the house. All of the girls met him and loved him. They all sat in the living room and each of them pet him etc…
Since I would not consider myself friends with these girls I spend my time at home in my room. My dog, who I’ll just call L, follows me around the house and is only ever in common space if he is playing with the other dog at my house or when I am cooking (and he just sits at my feet).
Flash forward to early February, I receive a text from my roommate H, stating that I do not watch my dog and he is all over the house and is overall a bad dog. Now mind you, my dog is 5 months old at this point, is attached to my hips at all times, and never leaves my sight. She continued the message stating that his shedding has irritated her allergies. Mind you, she has pet him and called him over several times.
I replied telling her that he’s really only ever with me, and that I wasn’t sure what she meant by his poor behavior. I told her I was sorry about her allergies and that if it made her feel better I could vacuum the house more often. And that my vacuum is in the living room for anyone to use.
This turned into an in person conversation, where H, screamed at me about my dog and how her allergies are going to put her in the hospital. I asked her what she would like me to do and she asked again to vacuum more, I again replied that I have no problem vacuuming more and I asked her to be more respectful when texting me.
To which she screamed “thank for caring about my feelings” ran upstairs and slammed her door.
I then proceeded to take my dog on a walk where I received this message: “If I end up in the hospital because of YOUR dog, then you’ll be paying the expenses. You need to take some responsibility”
I responded and said that my dog is in my room/outside 23/24 hour of the day and that I would vaccine more like she requested.
Since this argument, there have been some flare ups of her getting mad at me since I confronted her about using my cookware and cooking oil.
I have been vacuuming every morning, and I leave my vacuum in the living room for anyone to use. I also make sure that if H is in a common area and I need to cook or take my dog outside that my dog does not go up to her at all. I also have been using a deshedding brush and brushing him outside as needed (3-4x a week)
This girl will not look me in the face or say hi back to me, which is honestly fine.
Now it’s the end of March. My grandfather passed away last week and I was packing up my room and my dogs stuff to drive home to attend his funeral. While I was packing up H was sitting in the living room, which my room is attached to. The two dogs started playing and my dog got close to H which made her upset and she ran upstairs. I finished packing up my car, being upset that I was driving to a funeral.
Which then during a drive I receive a phone call. It was a number I didn’t recognize and I let it go to voicemail. A few moments later I receive a text, it was H’s dad. The message read “Hello. This is Hs father. I just tried calling; I’d like to discuss some concerns H raised with me regarding your inability to clean up after your dog which has exacerbated her allergy and asthma symptoms. Please call at your earliest convenience so that we might discuss this issue respectfully. Thank you.”
I took a deep breath and gave him a call back. The call stated with him saying that H had my dog jump on her today (he is an English bulldog, and I’ve never seen him jump on anyone and he definitely didn’t jump on her today as he was next to me while packing) he said that she went upstairs and that she said that I was upset and stormed off and left. He asked me if this was true. I told him absolutely not it wasn’t true I was not upset I was just leaving for my grandfathers funeral.
I explain to him the situation and how I vacuum everyday and how if I am not home my dog is crated in my room and how I make sure that my dog and H do not come into direct contact. I could tell that my roommate H had lied to her dad about the situation and exagurated the details making me seem like a monster.
I explain the situation more and he threatens to get my parents involved. Which I am a full adult. I pay for my school I pay all of my bills and I pay my rent. And I pay for my dog. I found this quite ridiculous but I remained professional on the phone. Mind you I never gave him my phone number, his daughter must have sent it To him.
I ask if there is anything more he wants me to do, considering I already vacuum everyday, and I have kept a log of the dates and times of when I have vacuumed. No suggestions we’re givin he just asked me to continue what I am doing and that he sent his daughter a swifter back in mid February for her to use to help combat the fur. That swifter has been in the box in the living room since it arrived on the front doorstep.
The phone call was much longer than I described but I didn’t feel as if all the details were nesicarry to share in the post.
I guess all I am wondering is what is the legalaty that I could face. And if there was any legality where I could sue her for emotional damages due to living in a state of stress due to her actions.
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2023.03.31 08:10 No_Seaworthiness3400 My roommates dad called me about my dog

Hi all. I live in Ohio and go to university here. I (22F) live with 3 other females, all 22 years old.
To start, I joined these girls lease last year as they had an open room, I did not know them previous to moving in.
One of my roommates, E (F22) has a dog. He has lived in the house since our lease started in May.
Around thanksgiving, I was thinking about adopting a puppy. Before adopting the dog I asked all of my roommates if they would be okay with another dog moving in, and there was no one opposed.
Flash forward, I adopt the dog and he moves into the house. All of the girls met him and loved him. They all sat in the living room and each of them pet him etc…
Since I would not consider myself friends with these girls I spend my time at home in my room. My dog, who I’ll just call L, follows me around the house and is only ever in common space if he is playing with the other dog at my house or when I am cooking (and he just sits at my feet).
Flash forward to early February, I receive a text from my roommate H, stating that I do not watch my dog and he is all over the house and is overall a bad dog. Now mind you, my dog is 5 months old at this point, is attached to my hips at all times, and never leaves my sight. She continued the message stating that his shedding has irritated her allergies. Mind you, she has pet him and called him over several times.
I replied telling her that he’s really only ever with me, and that I wasn’t sure what she meant by his poor behavior. I told her I was sorry about her allergies and that if it made her feel better I could vacuum the house more often. And that my vacuum is in the living room for anyone to use.
This turned into an in person conversation, where H, screamed at me about my dog and how her allergies are going to put her in the hospital. I asked her what she would like me to do and she asked again to vacuum more, I again replied that I have no problem vacuuming more and I asked her to be more respectful when texting me.
To which she screamed “thank for caring about my feelings” ran upstairs and slammed her door.
I then proceeded to take my dog on a walk where I received this message: “If I end up in the hospital because of YOUR dog, then you’ll be paying the expenses. You need to take some responsibility”
I responded and said that my dog is in my room/outside 23/24 hour of the day and that I would vaccine more like she requested.
Since this argument, there have been some flare ups of her getting mad at me since I confronted her about using my cookware and cooking oil.
I have been vacuuming every morning, and I leave my vacuum in the living room for anyone to use. I also make sure that if H is in a common area and I need to cook or take my dog outside that my dog does not go up to her at all. I also have been using a deshedding brush and brushing him outside as needed (3-4x a week)
This girl will not look me in the face or say hi back to me, which is honestly fine.
Now it’s the end of March. My grandfather passed away last week and I was packing up my room and my dogs stuff to drive home to attend his funeral. While I was packing up H was sitting in the living room, which my room is attached to. The two dogs started playing and my dog got close to H which made her upset and she ran upstairs. I finished packing up my car, being upset that I was driving to a funeral.
Which then during a drive I receive a phone call. It was a number I didn’t recognize and I let it go to voicemail. A few moments later I receive a text, it was H’s dad. The message read “Hello. This is Hs father. I just tried calling; I’d like to discuss some concerns H raised with me regarding your inability to clean up after your dog which has exacerbated her allergy and asthma symptoms. Please call at your earliest convenience so that we might discuss this issue respectfully. Thank you.”
I took a deep breath and gave him a call back. The call stated with him saying that H had my dog jump on her today (he is an English bulldog, and I’ve never seen him jump on anyone and he definitely didn’t jump on her today as he was next to me while packing) he said that she went upstairs and that she said that I was upset and stormed off and left. He asked me if this was true. I told him absolutely not it wasn’t true I was not upset I was just leaving for my grandfathers funeral.
I explain to him the situation and how I vacuum everyday and how if I am not home my dog is crated in my room and how I make sure that my dog and H do not come into direct contact. I could tell that my roommate H had lied to her dad about the situation and exagurated the details making me seem like a monster.
I explain the situation more and he threatens to get my parents involved. Which I am a full adult. I pay for my school I pay all of my bills and I pay my rent. And I pay for my dog. I found this quite ridiculous but I remained professional on the phone. Mind you I never gave him my phone number, his daughter must have sent it To him.
I ask if there is anything more he wants me to do, considering I already vacuum everyday, and I have kept a log of the dates and times of when I have vacuumed. No suggestions we’re givin he just asked me to continue what I am doing and that he sent his daughter a swifter back in mid February for her to use to help combat the fur. That swifter has been in the box in the living room since it arrived on the front doorstep.
The phone call was much longer than I described but I didn’t feel as if all the details were nesicarry to share in the post.
I guess all I am wondering is what is the legalaty that I could face. And if there was any legality where I could sue her for emotional damages due to living in a state of stress due to her actions.
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2023.03.31 08:08 cindyshavanese know the characteristics of havanese dogs in the state of Texas

know the characteristics of havanese dogs in the state of Texas
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2023.03.31 08:02 BroMandi [Amazon] 4-lb Wellness Core Wholesome Grains Dry Dog Food (Adult, Small Breed) $6.50 w/ S&S + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on $25+ [Deal: $6.50, Actual: $21.99]

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2023.03.31 08:00 tasimp New addition to the family!

New addition to the family!
Found this sweetie (Kiri) on Monday (after everyone was closed) and were planning to find a safe shelter or rescue that could take her. But by the time we gave her a bath and I spent the first night with her that just felt so wrong. I tried typing up emails to rescues but I couldn't bring myself to send them in case they could take her because I didn't want her to leave. We've had her for 3 days now and the amount of thriving is unreal. She was so weak she could barely walk and we had to carry her up and down the stairs at our complex. But now she can do stairs all on her own, begs us to run with her, and can play with toys! She doesn't seem to be food/dog/toy reactive at all which is huge for us as we already have a reactive dog. Kiri met our grumpy lady on accident (Kiri doesn't have her vax or clean bill of health yet) and it went perfectly! We kept it short but our grumpy lady was going to have the final say on if we got to keep her or not and she seems to be a fan ❤️ She still has to meet our other pibble, but he's IC and on bed rest for another 1.5 months so that has to wait til she's fully cleared.
It feels a bit weird to ask but if anyone happens to have a couple bucks and would like to see her spoiled with a toy or two I'm sure she'd appreciate it. Our grumpy lady had to get a lump removed in January (turned out it was aggravated skin from a splinter 🙃) and our outher pibble is going through heartworm treatment so things are tight right now. But we just didn't have it in us to risk her going to a bad home or being put down so we're just gonna figure out how to make it work.
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2023.03.31 07:59 Mister_Cell0phane 25 [M4F] Toronto - I'm a sorry sucker and this happens all the time ~

Hello
Honestly I don't know what I'm looking for, I'd love to find my person, but this is Reddit so chances are probably pretty slim, alas here I am.
Personality wise - I think I'm kind, I enjoy bringing a smile to people's faces. When I get bored I try to learn something new, some of those things are: Magic, Juggling, Longboarding, video editing, singing, and recently the stock market. I'm a dog guy, I don't have a dog, but I love them, I will get down on the floor and greet the dogs before people, usually. I'm more of a homebody, although I would like to travel some day soon. Im a night owl. I love the sound of beautiful vocals. Cold>heat but I like the summer more then the winter. I admire intelligence.
Some of the things I like: Music taste is all over the place, from oldies to pop punk to rap. Spicy food. Currently obsessed with Elden Ring. To learn. I have a sweet tooth that I'm trying to kick. I enjoy partaking in the inhalation of cannabis fumes. Weirdos, being normal is boring. Did I mention dogs yet? Yes? Dogs. I have 2 electric longboards that go between 35-50km and I love going out to ride around on them. Anime.
Preferences wise - I don't need a Barbie doll, infact I'd prefer if you looked more human. I like intelligence and kindness. Someone who knows what they want. Someone who wants to help each other achieve goals. Someone loyal.
Feel free to ask me anything :)
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2023.03.31 07:56 Leve1s Should I put my dog down?

Sorry in advance that this is another “should I put down my dog post” but I have a 14 year old pit bull who I’ve had since he was a puppy. He will be turning 15 in May and I recently found out that he has a tumor in his stomach and that there is limited time with him left. The last two years have been tough with him declining but also with my wife and I having our first child. He still eats well but has a lot of trouble walking and standing with his rear legs. He doesn’t seem to enjoy activities like he used to and paces back and forth or in circles a lot. He does seem to still get excited every once in a while especially when we come home but his tail is pretty much between his legs most times. He started having accidents in the house also but taking him out often has mitigated that. Is it the right time to put him to sleep?
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2023.03.31 07:50 Level_Parsley_5376 Dogs Eating

Tell me you don’t just love hearing your dog munching on certain crunchy foods, like apple, carrots, or Trader Joe’s, pea and chickpea chips?! Sounds just like another person to me😃
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2023.03.31 07:50 snkde 4-lb Wellness Core Wholesome Grains Dry Dog Food (Adult, Small Breed) $6.50 w/ S&S + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on $25+

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2023.03.31 07:41 Obiwan-jewnobi I need help Identifying my puppy

So I got a puppy at the beginning of the year. The litter he was in was rescued. The person I got him from wasn't able to tell me what kind of breed he is. I am pretty sure he is a mixed breed. Some of the other puppies in the litter looked like beagles but Lucca looks like he could be part Brittany or Kromfohrländer. I am not sure and some help identifying him would be greatly appreciated, thank you :] The first 3 pictures are of my dog Lucca, the rest are the litter he was born with.
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2023.03.31 07:40 PopularLoner001 Looking for future roommate

Hello! I am a 20 year old male (21 this year) student going to SLCC. I am looking for a roommate who is a male and preferably in school as well. Also around same age and is clean.
I am a CS student currently at SLCC, eventually will be going to the U, most likely next year. I have a car, but prefer to use public transportation. I am pretty chill and very clean. I have no pets, but I don’t mind dogs or cats, as long as they’re not aggressive and you clean up after them. 420 friendly. Willing to pay $800-$900/mo, not including utilities.
Still trying locate an exact place, but ideally it should include these:
Definitely willing to compromise.
As roommates we’d each be expected to pay 50% of rent, utilities, wifi, & other apartment fees/bills and pay for our own food and laundry soap. Furnishing and other things can be further discussed.
DM if interested. Feel free to ask any questions, we can definitely go into more detail.
Not in a rush, but would like to move within the next year to year and a half.
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2023.03.31 07:39 Brave_Performance_83 “I love our dogs so much!” Oh really? Then why can’t you fucking take care of them when I’m gone??

TL;DR at the bottom.
My (32f) husband (34m) and husband’s daughter (16f) have 3 dogs. We each “own” one. I’ve worked from home for 3 years, and all of the dogs have been adopted since Jan 2022.
I was under the impression that the dogs were a shared responsibility, but since I worked from home I took a bigger role on their care without hesitation since I LOVE dogs and was already with them day in and day out.
The “mandatory” care includes feedings (morning and evening), baths, vet appointments, basic manners training, kenneling at night/letting them out in the morning, making sure trash is picked up so they don’t eat something they shouldn’t and die, kenneling/putting the husky mix (my dog) outside in our fenced backyard when no one is around to supervise because she has separation anxiety and chews when alone (shoes, sentimental items, the fucking couch, EVERYTHING). The “fun” care is giving them a million bajillion kisses, cuddles, scrunches, stupid songs I make up about them and sing to them, treats, etc. I’ve known the majority of their care has fallen on me, but had no complaints because working from home made it no biggie and brought me joy to love on them throughout the day.
Over the last year, my husband and I have gone out on many date nights. Before leaving, I feed and put the dogs in the backyard because I know they’ll be unsupervised without me there. Numerous times we come back home to a chewed couch cushion because daughter decides to let them in while we’re gone and then locks herself in her room and forgets that they’re inside. I get chewed out because the husky mix is “my” dog and my responsibility. In my mind, I did my due diligence by putting her in the back yard away from things to chew, and it’s not my fault she was let back inside.
Daughter loves sleeping with “her” dog (chihuahua mix), and I think it’s sweet. Problem is, is that she lets her sleep in the bed, then goes to school, leaving her on the bed with her bedroom door closed. Her bed is tall, so the dog could injure herself if she tried to jump off the bed to the floor because of how small she is. The only reason she would try to jump off the bed is if she needed to relive herself. When working from home, before logging in to work (which is about 15-30 mins after husband takes daughter to school), I would go into her room, grab the dog, smother her in kisses, take her outside, and feed/water her. It silently bothered me a bit that she does none of the “mandatory” care and only participates in the “fun” care, but figured since I was home it wasn’t that big of a deal, and I love the dog so didn’t mind caring for her in the slightest. Just wished his daughter would provide more care and practice some responsibility since it’s “her” dog.
This week I got called into the office indefinitely. The first few days I did my normal care in the morning (outside, food, water, good morning smooches and pets), and came home and did the evening routine. Last night I came home later than anticipated, rushed out for date night with my other partner (poly, don’t judge and has no impact on scenario) and spent the night there. I went to work straight from my partner’s house. Came home and one of the dogs (husband’s dog) wasn’t hanging out with me like he normally does. I didn’t think much of it until a few hours of not seeing him, so I looked around for him. Found him staring at his food bowl outside, looking sad as fuck. Immediately fed him and he was back to his normal self. He’s very food motivated, but normally he’ll come whine for food vs be absent, so was definitely weird.
I texted our family chat asking if either of them fed the dogs this morning, and the response I received was “No I don’t think so.” I responded with “K. My bad I didn’t say anything about it, but now that im in the office i need yall to feed/water them when I’m not home. I.e. staying the night at [partner’s] house, a trip, ect.” I feel that was a chill response, but I’m honestly boiling inside and really angry.
Im thinking back to every time they’ve bragged about “their” dogs being awesome and how they love them so much, but have 0 to do with their “mandatory” care and can’t even feed them without me asking them to in my absence. I’m not even sure if they were fed last night, meaning they went 24 hours without eating because I wasn’t home for them like I normally am.
I’m angry that every time any of the dogs does something bad (chewing, accidents in the house, etc.) that it’s my fault, even though I’m the only one actually trying to find solutions and train them.
I’m super sad that I can’t spend all day with them like I did when I worked from home (which is all they’ve know) and feeling like no one else in this house cares about them enough except for me.
I feel mad at myself for assuming my family would feed the dogs at the bare minimum because I have taken on that duty.
This can’t happen again, and feel like unless I send reminders to care for the dogs every time Im away that it’ll happen again. I feel my original text is too nice and won’t elicit change, trying to figure out what to say/do from here. Any suggestions are welcome! Also, if you think I’m irrational and unfair, please explain why and provide feedback. Yeah I’m venting, but also looking for solid advice on what to do from here.
TL;DR I take care of my family’s dogs, was gone for a night and discovered that since I didn’t remind others to feed the dogs that they went hungry and I’m pissed off. What should I do?
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