How will you stop your daschund from fighting with a larger male dog when they live together?
Why do 2 female hamsters keep fighting when they are together they used to live together but started fighting and hurting each other?
Those hamsters are most likely Syrian Hamsters. Syrian Hamsters are extremely territorial and will fight each other. They shouldn't be kept in cages together unless for mating. It could be they used to live together in a larger space and therefore didn't mind each other, or more likely, they simply became territorial because it is in their nature to do so. Read More
Why do 2 female hamsters keep fighting when they are together they used to live together but started fighting and hurting each other.?
they only fight when they are in heat it is normal Read More
no they should not live together as often this results in fighting and sometimes death, please do not do this. Read More
Even hamsters that are siblings will fight because they like to live alone. Dwarf hamsters can live together though, but only if they re brought up together. Read More
ya but some of them be together like guppy, sucker mouth catfish etc Read More
Gerbils and hamsters can live together if they're docile and nice to each other. If they don't get along, the larger rodent could get into a fight with it and kill it. While they could live together, it is best not to mix them together. Read More
Yes my hamsters live together and my father and sons hamsters do aswel, but I think I have been able to do this as the are Campbell's hamsters and were introduced at a young and met in a box regularly Read More
you separate them to you think they are ready to be with each ohter again Read More
Can a gray fox and Arctic fox live together in the same man made environment as in an animal reserve without fighting?
It is doubtful unless the two animals were acquired when still quite young and raised together. I would not try such a combination for two adult animals, however. Read More
The duration of Fighting to Live is 3600.0 seconds. Read More
A fish that is larger than the fighting fish itself, like a shark or ray, or even a large alligator gar. Other smaller fish though, unless they're the type that are careful to stay out of the fighting fish's way at all times, should not be put in with such a fish. Read More
Do you mean saimese fighting fish? Yes they can, they need to be in a larger aquarium (at least 10 gallons) to give everyone enough space. In a community tank the fighting fish tend to hang out in a corner or near the plants. Also watch out, a fighting fish will bully small weak fish and in turn can be be beaten up by chichlids or larger tougher fish so pick fish like coreys or… Read More
They were fighting for a cause. Not like today's "hippys" It was so they could obtain an ecofriendly community and live together and share everything Read More
Yes they can, but they have to be females because males fight till death because they are fighting over there territory Read More
They should be able to but I would put them together in a box or something first to see how they get along, and if they show signs of fighting, I wouldn't put them together Read More
I am trying to breed dutch rabbits for the first time They used to live together Will they still breed And the female is 2 weeks older and larger is this a problem?
Dutch rabbits can still be bred even if they live together as long as they're in heat. Read More
I have a 10 gal. tank and I want some fish that go well together and look good What fish do go well together and remember I am buying from Walmart.?
i live in Australia so i don't have walmart but a simese fighting fish maybe some guppys and maybe a catfish or goldfish all these fish can live together Read More
If they're two females, yes. If they're very young and were spawned in the same tank, two males can live together, but only for a little while before they start fighting. Read More
They usually live an age of 10-13 years. Even though, They have many health problems. I once had a personal friend that had a daschund, but it went blind after a while. Read More
They were fighting for the right to just live. Read More
probably not.they are fighting fish,they might fight each other.hope this helps! *tea98* Read More
If it is mating season AND you have a single or any number of female ducks in the same or close-by enclosure, then no. Read More
Yes they can live together. They could possibly have a little tiff at the start and then after that you find them sleeping in a warm hut together. Whereas males will definitely fight. I found that they are not too bad if it is dad and he has been with the baby male to start with, but never put a new male mouse with another. Read More
Your 2 male gerbils have been fighting for two days you had to separate them because they drew blood Can they live happily separated or should you try to put them back together again?
I don't think it would be a good idea to put them back together again, even though this behavior is strange. Usually, females together would be fighting, but if you put them back together again, they might really hurt each other. So the answer: No. Do not put them back together again. Leave them as they are now. Read More
Well, it depends two male cats usually don't live together because they usually fight on who gets a female and when they are fighting over a female they usually pee all over the house all the time. I know this may sound goofy and not true but it is. And when three male cats are living together it is not different from when two male cats are living together. Read More
either keep her by herself or get a new pair. they need to be raised together otherwise there may be fighting Read More
Male mice can co-exist fine together as long as they cannot see, smell, or hear females.(You also want to make sure that they each have enough food for themselves to prevent violent fighting.) Read More
Fighting to Live - 1934 was released on: USA: 6 May 1934 Read More
Never put two different breeds of hamster together. It's not a good idea because one will be more dominant and they will hurt each other by fighting. Hope the answer helped. Read More
Some can coexist in the same cage. When rooming together keep watch for the first day to stop any fighting problems. Read More
normal. 2 males can live together. so can male+female without mating. but get rid of one. they may fight to death. Read More
None. Bearded Dragons are only social butterflies with humans. Housing even 2 beardies together will result in them fighting till the death. Read More
Many larger species of kangaroos, such as Red and Grey Kangaroos, live in mobs and extended family groups. Smaller species, such as wallabies and quokkas, live in smaller colonies. Smaller species again tend to live only in small family groups. Read More
Fighting to Live - 1934 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Passed (National Board of Review) Read More
The fighting fish was origionally native to the rice paddies of Thailand and Cambodia Read More
Every rabbit should have it's own cage. Rabbits are very territorial. Male rabbits WILL castrate each other if they start fighting. Read More
Food. If there is no/little food for any reason... well... Either fighting happens or some decides to starve on purpose. Read More
No. They can interact but not live together. Read More
Typically there are about 200 penguins that will live together. There is however no limit to how many penguins will live together. Read More
You live with it by fighting through is and knowing that everything is going to be ok Read More
No, bearded dragons are much larger than Schneider's skinks, I would not suggest housing ANY two reptiles together unless breeding. Read More
They live together, but not in a house, they live in a complex. Read More
When they are touring they live on the same bus, but off tour they do not live together. Read More
Dogs usually live about 15-20 years. also, the larger the dog, the slightly larger the lifespan. Read More
... That you should live together? Read More