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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-28-2002, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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When will the animals stop coming to my house?

Our boys found these at a local park, and decided to bring them home....Checked them against a light, and there are embryo's inside moving around.....
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-28-2002, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
 
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Tony may have noticed when he stopped by, but we already have:

1 Doberman
2 cats
2 gerbils
2 kids
2 cockatiels
1 prairie dog
1 fish tank (Jack Dempseys)

Bigger ones run around, smaller ones are caged up.
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your gona need an animal liscence pretty soon.
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is that list in order of importance?....cause I notice 'kids' comes AFTER doberman and cats and gerbills!!!!

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just be glad you don't live in florida... crocs climb up on your back porch and ring your doorbell then wait for you to come outside

How do you turn this thing on?
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We should be sure to keep our wives away from each other. Sooner or later we'll be living in the garage because the animals will run the house,

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Umm... why/how a prairie dog?
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Observations on the prairie dog:
1. He sure is cute
2. He's well fed- look at that belly
3. With those teeth I'll bet he can chew ANYTHING

Questions on the prairie dog:
1. Does he smell bad?
2. Is he active at night/make a lot of noise?
3. Does he poop a lot?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Sandman
[B]Observations on the prairie dog:
1. He sure is cute
2. He's well fed- look at that belly
3. With those teeth I'll bet he can chew ANYTHING

Questions on the prairie dog:
1. Does he smell bad? - Not at all, since the new cage, "poop" falls into the litter pan below

2. Is he active at night/make a lot of noise? makes almost no noise unless he is upset (chirps alot) or if you cough, he will reply with a "yahoo" sound, quite humourous

3. Does he poop a lot? not really, all falls through into a litter pan, linned with animal bedding, changed once a week....
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One more thing then-

1. What do they taste like?

2. Are they better fried or barbequed?

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Prairie dog steaks?

Prairie dog burgers?

Prairie dog sausage?

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I had two racoons spend the weekend in my garage. They were climbing around in the rafters when I opened the door ot get my bike. I think we scared each other. I left, they left, haven;t seen them since.
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post #16 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-02-2002, 04:43 AM Thread Starter
 
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One more thing then-

1. What do they taste like?

2. Are they better fried or barbequed?

the dog likes the taste...
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