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Posted on: 9:03:40 AM 8/11/2008

looks to me like part chi and part yorkshire

Posted on: 11:33:10 PM 8/7/2008

I keep it there when I want to slow down the breeding soon as it hits 74 my fish go nuts. My community tank consists of about 45 fancytails (the different styles) laiyr tail some spade some large fans and some almost black bodied. an albino cory so...

Posted on: 12:38:38 PM 8/6/2008

probably not carrying rabies in general but anything that is bit by something rabid surely will contract it. If any wild animal is acting a little odd or out in an unusual time of day for its species take caution anyway-not worth the risk and never ...

Posted on: 10:28:19 AM 8/6/2008

could also be water temp changes should stay between 70-74 degrees is ideal.to cool or too hot could pick them off fast. (do you float your new fish in the bag in your tank first for about 10 min or so -so thAt the temp isnt shocking to them? and NE...

Posted on: 12:02:13 AM 8/6/2008

not to worry-my hamster get larger in the summer its normal they will shrink back in the winter

Posted on: 11:58:05 PM 8/5/2008

Its possible could also be a little risky -I would never feed them without work gloves on and long sleeves. How I did it awhile back When he came around my feeder I use to sit and watch him eat from about a 12 foot distance -then I would put one spec...

Posted on: 11:36:19 PM 8/5/2008

one thing I forgot about the caging-I find that a 20 gal aquarim works best with a screen lid. I never cared for the so called hobbit trails (the plastic put together type-not good too hard to keep cclean-can harbor bacteria not enough air circulatio...

Posted on: 2:11:30 PM 8/5/2008

golden syrian hamsters are the gentlest and live the longest if treated properly but they are hard to find black bear are a more recent strain of the golden but their life span is only 11/2-2 years for the most part but they are very gentle-the long ...

Posted on: 1:52:54 PM 8/5/2008

You need to be patient with hamsters -in the beginning let them get use to their new environment for a couple days keep talking to them and let them hear the sound of your voice . then for the next couple of days leave your hand near them to get your...

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