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Keela Keela · 17d

Dyson vacuum cleaner DOESN'T suck up dog hair...

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Dont let your cow loose without a good fence

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InvincibleForever · 29d

Well, Calbel's owner didn't follow this advice, so Calbel found his owner's computer, and made a YouTube channel and this website. By the way, Calbel, does your owner know about your YouTube channel and this website?

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 28d

Calbel is an independant cow, he doesn't need owners.

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Idunno
Idunno · 28d

Exactly, that's why he killed his owner!

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 28d

Calbel didn't kill anybody. He is cow theresa.

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Dexzernq79
Dexzernq79 · 8d

he is moother teresa

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 7d

xD

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Idunno
Idunno · 29d

Or else he'll make a website

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InvincibleForever
InvincibleForever · 29d

Now I can't stop laughing. THANKS.

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FluffyTorpedo
FluffyTorpedo · 29d

Exactly ;)

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 28d

xDDDD

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There is a dog training method I plan to use this summer. Here's how it works:
When you want to start doing this method, spray the area where you want your dog to go with training spray. This will encourage them to go in that certain spot. Next, take your dog outside to explore. Let it roam around and play. If it has to use the bathroom, encourage them to go in the bathroom corner. If they end up using the bathroom, even if it's not in that specific corner, praise them and give them treats. Allow this to happen a few times to get them used to the outside bathroom.
Now take it up a level by taking them out every 20 or so minutes every day for a while. After the first or second week, remove their training pads. This method can take anywhere between three weeks to two months, depending on the dog.
Now your dog is used to going outside, and they will cry by the door if they need to go.

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Oh my god, this was actually added? Thanks Calbel :D

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 1mo

I don't really see why we need a pet advice category if we already have an advice category...

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WatermelonCat
WatermelonCat · 1mo

I am kind of annoyed yes so please stop :)

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Idunno
Idunno · 1mo

I don't get this category either...

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 1mo

ok

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Idunno
Idunno · 1mo

XD

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WatermelonCat
WatermelonCat · 1mo

Lel this is an issue, if u dont like it STOP. DROP. ROLL. DO NOT POST.

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 1mo

If we don't post, can we comment? (JK! JK! Plz don't scream at me it's a joke! Jk!)

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Idunno
Idunno · 1mo

I get 'stop' and 'do not post', but what's with this 'drop' and 'roll'?

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Cyborgaming
Cyborgaming · 1mo

She's a cat, dude! Everything's possible when you're a cat...

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Idunno
Idunno · 1mo

She's a weird cat...

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WatermelonCat
WatermelonCat · 1mo

That I am, ugly old creature with a very sharp stick used to cut things. (jk!)

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If you have a kitten, don't let him/her outside alone for a couple weeks. Be outside together, look after him/her, and when he/she got used to being outside, teach him/her to come back to a certain sound (e.g. you calling him/her). After these, you can let him/her out alone, but for a short time. As the time goes by, you can leave him/her outside alone for longer and longer time.

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InvincibleForever
InvincibleForever · 1mo

I used to have two outdoor cats, but my cat now is an indoor cat. One of the other cats ran away, and the other one got killed by a dog.

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Cilidiaz
Cilidiaz · 1mo

Once my dad was working in the garden with our cat, and she ran out of the garden, to the street, and there was a big dog, and it attacked her, but my dad saw it, and he hit the dog so hard with the broom, that the broom broke. This isn't the first time something like this happened to our cats. This is just an example. I have two other stories like this, and both ended with our cats dying... :(

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InvincibleForever
InvincibleForever · 1mo

Oh my god, was the cat ok?

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Cilidiaz
Cilidiaz · 1mo

Yes, she was fine, just a bit traumatized.

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InvincibleForever
InvincibleForever · 1mo

That's good...kind of...it could've been a lot worse.

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Cilidiaz
Cilidiaz · 1mo

Yes. That's one of the main reasons why I wrote this post. The other has a worse ending. My mom's cat gave birth to 5 kittens, and we gave two to my mom's friend. She wanted them to be outdoor cats, so she put them outside after a few days, and both of them got lost, and they only found one.

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InvincibleForever
InvincibleForever · 1mo

Aw :(

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