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My dog is weird. He lets people in yard, but won't let them out. Why is that ? Is he trying to make people stay inside, so someone human can confront them ?
he is clearly a human hoarder
He is a Shepherd breed I take it? He loves to protect his flock of humans, he can't protect them if they leave the property.

Has your dog worked in a prison previously? That might be it.
Bored + shepherd instinct. Give him something to do.
My grandma had a Pekingese like that, it'd get up on the porch roof and jump down in front of people trying to leave to keep them in.
Although that little asshole also tried to take on two mastiffs that were walking by.

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This is the dog general. Anything dog related goes here.

Old thread: >>3218908
Discord: https://discord.gg/3xGbBG2 (fixed link)

Dog breeds:

Genetic Databases and Information:

>What should I feed my dog?
>What breed of dog should I get?
>How do I train my dog?
>Rate my dog!

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You sure?
>Why does every resource say to not let them outside before they get vaccinated?

likely bc when they say "outside" this means areas highly frequented by dogs and potentially wild canids etc. - if you have a fenced in yard you can and should take the dog out there.
>she's reverted to shitting in the house again. Is this an age thing/normal?
Based Doggo making your life a living hell
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>Being an ausfailian

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Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.
Before asking questions in this thread, do a bit of searching online to see if it has been answered already.
Make sure you give us at least some details when asking a question, such as:

>Tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
>Parameters (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
>Any and all inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:

Articles and Care Guides:

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Any recommendations for plants and snails? I've had an interest in shrimp for awhile, but I've never really looked into setups. Is it more complicated than taking care of fish or fundamentally the same?
Go with a 20 long if you can. It opens up a lot more options and is a great size for a beginner.
I would also recommend at 20long, smaller tanks can be nice too, but you are more limited so you cant experiment as much.

Shrimps are super fun, i would recommend them to anyone. They are low maintenance if you have your tank going for a bit with some fish you dont even have to feed them that often (or at all). Only thing is that they are more sensetive to ammonia so you gotta male sure the water stays clean but thats all.

For the fish i would see you cover all bases, have fish that inhabit different layers (top/mid/bottom) so you make the most out of it.

Regarding plants i would recommend to start with fast growing ones and some floaters as they will consume more of the nitrate, nitrite and ammonia and help you stabilize the tank at the beginning.
You could also have plants hanging out of your tank, looks nice and helps cleaning the water a lot.

plants: Javafern, sessiliflora, ...google beginner plants
Floating plants: frogbit, pistia straiotes (would get duckweed as its a mess to remove if you ever wanna get rid of it.
Plants hanging in: pathos, bamboo, spider plant

20 gallon long is your best bet.
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The reflections off the duckweed and ambient light make them seem way darker than they are. Whole lot of light and its ada amazonia in the bottom under the gravel.
I havent yet. The plant life only sticks to the top, the filter is like 25x15cm. shouldnt have to clean it any time soon.

I've also got a vine that grows from my roof through a crack in my ceiling which I've led straight into another tank. Root system is due for another trim, its about the size of a baseball. It makes a great raft up round the edge of the tank. My male mahachai loves hiding under here.

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Racism! Fuck Wyoming!

Border Collie attacks Pitbull gets banned. The problem is the kner jerk reaction. All to easy to start banning the next breed until all that's left are toy poodles.
t. seething pitcel
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he is right you know

How do Tibetan mastiffs actually look like /an/?

Google images is really confusing. On one picture you can see them looking like a giant fluffy bear like thing with mane and on the other something looking like Caucasian shepherd.
I've heard that those fluffy ones are actually uncommon as they are porduct of lots of surgeries for chinese millionaires to make them more appealing.
So I really wanted to see how would an actual Tibetan mastiff looks like in reality. How would a dog you can meet up in Tibet look like?
This one looks like Newfoundland
And this one like a shepherd you can meet in Caucasus
My friend has a tibetan mastiff. Im sure you can guess which one it is.
What in the world is that short grey one?
Looks like a puppy of american Akita inu.

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>why don't you get a dog bro
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TOP JEJ really??
I see men do this shit too. But with guns instead of animals.
Fireworks too.
domestication doesnt mean they turn into a human being

Is it because they are rich?
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In what way is an injured possum political anon?
Currently working at golf course, can confirm.
Fun fact, opposing are part of the group of marsupials that we’re amon the few to survive the Cretaceous extinction. They predate most Australian marsupials.
Can you tell us any stories? I'm gathering evidence for why golfers are so crappy.
They almost all have OCD and their pants are too tight.

These Carolina wrens live in my yard

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how did you photograph them?
Haha that one at the top is hiding under the lid like it's an umbrella :)

30x spotting scope + iPhone camera

Yeah it’s a nice little spot for them: they can eat there without worrying about snow or predators attacking from above
Great job with the camerawork.

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Share your theories ITT.

Beagle: 100% dog
Golden Retriever: 100% dog
Samoyed: 95% dog, 5% polar bear
Husky: 80% dog 20% wolf
Pomeranian: 40% dog, 55% rat, 5% lion
Chihuahua: 30% dog, 60% rat, 10% Pedro
St. Bernard: 70% dog, 20% grizzly, 10% lion
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top jej
That's a stretch.
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Beagle: 70% dog 30% Tie Fighter

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Reddit tier: gray wolf, red wolf, salmon, lion, koala, red deer, muntjac, zebra, wildebeest, raccoon, raccoon dog, common raven, carrion and American crow, spotted hyena, bald eagle, leopard, jaguar, tiger, hammerhead shark, rhinos, tapir, pangolin, giant panda, red panda, condor, kakapo, shoebill, common pheasant, giant salamander, great white shark, white oaks, giant redwood

4chan tier: Carolina dog, African golden wolf, brown hyena, house crow, solenodon, feral hog, desman, woylie, volcano rabbit, plains wanderer, emu, adjutant, Archey’s frog, purple frog, big-headed turtle, crocodile lizard, Paracontias fasika, tiger shark, greenland shark, nine-banded armadillo, red oaks, eastern red cedar, Rhododendron x superponticum

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It is sub par for learning interesting accurate information. It is okay for gathering animal pictures, gifs, or webms.
Wanna know how I know you're a normie...
>Tapir a Reddit tier animal
Have you not seen the Tapir threads here?
I understand. This is my first version
Just imagine if this was one of the faster boards. How horrifying.


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The king of the Yangtze was declared extinct a few days ago. Photos of this fish are very rare so post them if you've got them
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Doesn't count I asked for ten.
But seriously, the Chinese are just as bad, if not worse. At least the west learned from its mistakes, and that's why we have reintroduction programs like Pleistocene Park and all that money rich old people pump into African wildlife conversation so they could have a lions head in their living room.
Only the Chinese retain this backwards thinking. They are literal insects. They not only allow their native wildlife to go extinct, they bring their bloodlust into other countries with shit like the pangolin trade and stealing exotic turtle eggs to sell on the street for five yuan.
Yeah you should feel like pure shit for assuming it's gender
Seems very sturgeon-like.. are they close in taxonomy?
Not too close but they're both in Acipenseriformes.
breh this is just google maps fuckery

Name a more JUSTed predator.
human beans
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Lolita's going to die in that tank, isn't she?

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Animal reaction pics like this (close-up)
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That lil azz mouse lmao
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Does anyone have that tired cheetah reaction?
What reaction is this trying to express?
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Every fucking day. Every single fucking day when i come home this little faggot just sits there and gives me this stupid look on his face.
Looks based
Me pissing in the shower.
Baby penis lol

How to get rid of those little annoying pieces of shits? I'm growing stuff indoors (not weed) and apparently the potting soil was infected by those little assholes, and now my entire room is full of these little faggots.

Some people suggest to sprinkle the pots with tobacco water but i'm not sure if that can harm my plants.

I tried putting a glass of vinegar and soap and they indeed start diving (and dying) in it, but not at the rate they reproduce.

Any ideas are much appreciated.
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You already have an abundance of adults so it won't do anything which you should have realized after reproduced even after the success of the soap but go ahead with that.
Try peppermint oil
>kill my plants
fungus gnats don't damage plants they're just annoying
Ignore and wait for spring so you can put the pots out for some time as early as possible. Or repot everything in sterile soil wich would be idiotic.
They can kill a lot of young sprouts but I wouldnt want to grow weak plants anyway.

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