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If you have animals in your menagerie that you keep inside your house instead of in the barnyard, our sister websites are jam-packed with information to give them the care they need. Check out these fun and informative infographics about pets of all shapes and sizes.

4 Ways to DIVE into Fishkeeping
4 Ways to DIVE into Fishkeeping
4 Ways to DIVE into Fishkeeping
Fat Cat or Fit Cat?
Must-Know Fact about Pet Rabbits
Must-Know Facts about Pet Rabbits

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Goldfish Question :
What can you do for your 'OLD FRIEND' with what sounds like serious eye problems? Take it to the VET! That's what they are for! When your fish's eye, ". . . Looks like it's about to Pop Out. . ." that needs immediate attention, not a casual line in a farm magazine!!
Our Pets rely on us to be observant, and to help them promptly when they are ill! If you cannot afford a Vet visit, you should not own a Pet! I'm sorry, but if the only option you see is to allow an obviously suffering animal live with an illness until he dies from it - you should not own a pet!
Susan, South Bend, IN
Posted: 9/18/2015 1:04:37 PM
We introduced young nubian goats to farm. Alpacas seem very alarmed.

We hope this will pass.
Michael, East Haddam, CT
Posted: 8/24/2015 8:58:19 AM
I would like to see more information about ducks, especially different breeds. We have runner ducks, and pie calls both are easy keepers and great egg layers. You publish a magazine about chickens; how about a ducks magazine? Ducks are smarter than chickens and their eggs are more nutritious. Thanks for listening/reading.
Mary, Albuquerque, NM
Posted: 6/17/2015 7:03:11 AM
i have a 5 yr old common goldfish. the one used to feed other animals. one eye has gone gold like his color. the other one looks like it will pop out at anytime. what can i do for my old friend.
chachachickens, gray, ME
Posted: 2/4/2015 5:55:33 PM
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