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Posted on: 1:15:55 PM 6/22/2007

Nope, her nails are fine. :) But I think you're right about it sounding different on a different kind of floor. This floor also probably doesn't feel quite the same as her home's tile floors.

Posted on: 12:48:34 PM 6/22/2007

Unfortunately, I have to admit I've tried convincing her that the floor is safe. I shall stop now. Thanks for the warning, husky.


Posted on: 11:21:17 AM 6/22/2007

Thanks for the advice. I'll try putting her food on there, then, and see what happens. Hopefully hunger will overpower slight fear. She walks on the tile floors at her own house quite fine. There must be just a certain feel or smell to it she doesn't...

Posted on: 10:08:17 AM 6/22/2007

My friend's dog (who I am dogsitting) refuses to walk on our linoleum floor. She (Kylee) is an adorable golden brown pomeranian, but this is a rather difficult and an...

Posted on: 11:36:53 AM 5/7/2007

Fortunately, he was already neutered when we got him, so we don't have to go through all of that.

As for food, right now we are feeding him Hartz Nutrition Pure & Natural Alfafa (Compressed Mini-Bale). They're little pellets of food of whi...

Posted on: 4:42:47 PM 5/5/2007

Here's a picture of the little fluffy fuzzball:


We've decided on a name already, too. Jesse Basil, or just Jesse wh...

Posted on: 9:16:36 AM 4/28/2007

Hey, my mom just brought home an adorably fuzzy rabbit from Canada (our friends' rabbits had babies), and we cannot decide on a name. He's a Netherlands Dwarf and he's very much like the top left bunny in this picture:

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