No they are not and for good reason, this grace period provides the owners with the opportunity to come and reclaim their dog. After all not every dog at the shelter has been abandoned by their owners, some are beloved family pets, who ran away or got lost and is sorely missed. The best thing you can do if the dog you are interested in isn't up for adoption quite yet is to let the shelter know that you are interested and ask them to contact you if the dog hasn't been claimed at the end of the grace period.
Just because you have one ovary, does not mean the time period that your body deems necessary for carrying children shortens. Although rare, early menopause is possible and has many causes. Severe medications, and drugs used for cancer treatment such as chemotherapy have been known to be a factor in early menopause. Regardless of the cause, if you haven't had a period for more than three months your best bet is to check it out with your gyno.
You do absolutely nothing other than taking it to a vet.
You are not a veterinarian, you have no idea if it is actually dislocated.
The leg could be broken. The bone might have split. The socket could have cracked. And so on.
If you attempt to "fix" what seems to be a dislocated leg on your dog and it turns out to actually be a split bone, you could internally shred his veins with the sharp bone fragments and cause him to bleed to death in a matter of minutes.
Take the dog to a vet to be looked at professionally. The vet may need to do an x-ray.
The treatment options depend on where the dislocation is (top, knee or ankle), how it's dislocated and if there is any other bone damage. The dog may need surgery, the dog may need to be anaesthetised for his and the vet's safety, the dog may need to be shaved and have a numbing substance sprayed on his skin to freeze the nerves and so on.
Since your animal is in pain, I would consult with a vet A.S.A.P. Only a professional can help. They will probably give your dog muscle relaxers or even "freeze" the joint with an injection in order to "fix" the joint. I always use the adage "If it was a child, what would I need my parent(you) to do?" Help your beloved pet. If you cannot afford this service, call around to other vets, make payment plans, offer a trade of some sort to a neighbor in exchange for a $$$ donation. Be creative and find ANY way to help your pet. Thanks If your dogs leg is dislocated to him to an animal hospital immediately so he can get proper treatment.
Birds like dog food so you would need to move the dog food to a location where the birds can't get to it. But why would you care if they ate the dog's food. We actually have a pet starling (they talk and imitate incredibly!) and we feed him dog food as recommended by other starling owners and vets, since the dog food is so well balanced in nutrients.
Question is likely posted in the wrong topic. That someone wants to be your customer for a product you would be expected to carry is a good thing! Why not reach out and service them by saying you'll keep an eye out for it, and if you have any idea (or even no idea) when that might be tell them, but ask for their number and say you'll call when it comes in? And then do it. If it something you keep telling him is available, and you think he's just calling for some other reason, you may ask why he keeps on calling or tell him you appreciate he's such a dedcated customer by his calling everyday and you would like for him to ask for you so you can introduce yourself formally. (And just to cover all bases, then advise security about it). My bet: If it's something you carry he's hoping the pretty girl that works there answers.