nyetwork:

honestly i think about this like… once every three hours

solar-slash:

marvellock:

And thus, all the hearts in the cinema collectively broke.

I really loved this part of the movie that explains Rocket’s past into words

bevsi:

modern au bubbline bye

busket:

i just realized that the crunchyroll logo is an anime eye

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flygoing:

she likes carrying around random rags for no reason

legfruit:

there’s always those neighbour countries that sort of hate each other like new zealand and australia, britain and france, the rest of the world and america

plushestrumpest:

ectolime:

btw that picture of armin i drew

i accidentally gave myself A HEART ATTACK because when i was messing with the settings

all of a sudden he went from this

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TO THIS THING

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I FELL OUT OF MY CHAIR AND SCREAMED OMFG IT LOOKS REALLY COOL BUT JFC I WASN’T EXPECTING THAT I GAVE MYSELF A FREAKING JUMPSCARE WHAT THE HELL

NOW PICTURE THIS THING POPPING UP AND SHRIEKING AT YOU IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT WHEN YOU’RE ALL ALONE

I’M ARMOUT

sickforya:

raise your hand if you’re tired and sad and wanna make out with a boy

alldogownersshouldknow:

Symptoms of bloat include:

  • hard, swollen abdomen that may make a hollow sound if tapped
  • retching that produces no vomit OR produces foamy, white vomit
  • drooling/salivating excessively
  • whining
  • pacing/restlessness
  • lethargy
  • stiff-legged walk

If your dog shows signs of having bloat, call your vet IMMEDIATELY. Every second counts. Bloat is extremely painful and without quick veterinary intervention your dog will probably not survive.

Check out this video of an akita in the middle to late stages of bloat.

Check out this article on what bloat is, the varieties of bloat, its symptoms, and the typical treatment plans.

The best predictor of a dog’s chances of getting bloat are its relatives. If your dogs family has had bloat, your dog is at an increased risk. Other risk factors include:

  • deep, narrow chested dogs
  • feeding to soon before or after exercising
  • raised feeding bowls
  • gulping food/eating too quickly
  • eating one or two large meals per day
  • overeating
  • overdrinking
  • dry food diet