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Other pets?

Postby Peteuk » Wed Nov 09, 2011 9:34 pm

There's not a section for non feathered pets so I thought I'd post a thread if it's ok with you guys. Post all your featherless pet pics here. I'll start, here is Sid my pet skunk..

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Other pets?

Postby PogonaVitticeps » Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:59 pm

Well, I've got 63 reptiles, 2 chickens and a Husky soon lol

Here are some. As there's too many lol

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Pied Royal Python

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Lanky the Albino Leucistic Leopard Gecko

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Minty the Bearded Dragon

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Spot the Albino Enigma Leopard Gecko

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Gina the Bearded Dragon

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Rocky the Ackie Monitor

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Rocky & Ody the Ackie Montiors (Ody on top)

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Veco the Green Tree Monitor

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Enchi Fire Royal Python

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Mack the Mack Snow Leopard Gecko

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Ruby the RAPTOR Leopard Gecko

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Spin the Super Hypo Enigma Leopard Gecko

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Daisy the Tremper Enigma Leopard Gecko

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Fire Royal Python

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Albino Royal Python

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Ghost Royal Python

That's just some lol. I'll post some more maybe if you all like them ;D
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Re: Other pets?

Postby mollteaser » Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:19 am

Blimey....I feel.a bit embarrassed to mention Toffee the rescued Staffordshire Bull Terrier...Image

And two guinea pigs, and some goldfish, belonging to my daughter.
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Re: Other pets?

Postby daniellesdogs » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:38 am

i love beardies your so lucky iv a corn snake that lives with my dad
3 russian hamsters 2 cockers and 6 cats
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when my son and dog were cute
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Re: Other pets?

Postby dkas2929 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:47 pm

PogonaVitticeps,
Your snakes are beautiful, but how did you talk your wife into that? :D
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Re: Other pets?

Postby Marigold » Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:10 pm

I wouldn't have needed any encouragement to keep those beautiful snakes, and all the others - but for me the main problem would be trusting anyone else but me to look after them, it's bad enough with chickens and quails! . Can you ever go on holiday? Or do they all eat only every now and then?
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Re: Other pets?

Postby chrismahon » Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:11 pm

Went to a chaps' house in Stoke to buy a telesight for my air rifle. In the middle of the lounge was a very large glass topped coffee table. On closer inspection it was actually a glass sided box and it contained a 3' Monitor lizard! He then introduced me to him, which basically involved me standing still while a long tongue was waved in the air in front of me. I really like reptiles, but will stick to just chickens.
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Re: Other pets?

Postby Marigold » Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:59 pm

I knew a man who had an enormous collection of reptiles, huge spiders etc, and who bred cockroaches etc as food for them. I remember him proudly showing me his tarantulas, very interesting, he said they were very tame but I didn't test it out for myself. His wife was phobic about ANY kind of animal, even cats and dogs, and he kept his collection in the guest bedroom (not many people came to stay.) She had to go in there to get to the airing cupboard and reported that 'the worst experience of my life' was the day when an escaped cockroach dropped from above and crawled down the inside of the front of her nightdress.....
He eventually had a stroke, and as soon as it was clear that he wasn't coming home, a specialist pet dealer came and removed all the livestock very rapidly - including the enormous tropical tortoise which was so big it took two strong men to lift it into a truck. This one went to live in a paddock and be company for a Shetland pony which was probably about the same size. The wife was especially glad to see this go, as it kept pushing down the barrier between the conservatory, where it lived, and her living room, and then doing ENORMOUS poos on the carpet. And it was very difficult to get it back where it belonged! I'm sure she loved him deeply, but there were some consolations when he died.
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Re: Other pets?

Postby chrismahon » Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:53 pm

Had a bit of a giggle at that story Marigold. She sounds like a saint! I find myself wondering what enormous tortoise poo looks like?
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Re: Other pets?

Postby Wyrd » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:00 pm

I've got 3 dogs (Dalmatian, Springer Spaniel and Border Collie),5 horses, a newt and some fish (tropical and pond).

Used to have more animals but have a really bad few years and a fair few have passed away :cry: 2 horses, my lovely retriever x, Tortoise, 2 mud turtles and a newt.
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