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- Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:47 pm
- Forum: Games and fun things
- Topic: Animal you are most terrified of
- Replies: 32
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I love scorpions. :) You just gotta know which ones are dangerous vs non-threatening. Some species like the emperor scorpion are actually quite docile. My sister and I are planning on getting one as a pet in a few months. :P
That's like my dad doing laser pointers with animals, heehee. He can't do it "right," lol, whereas people like you and me can read the animal better and therefore give it more of what it wants to do with the laser.
I'm sorry that you lost her. It can be very hard to lose a pet. Maybe once you move you'll be able to get another that will fill the void in your heart. Not replace her, just fill that empty space she left behind.
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- Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:01 pm
- Forum: Training, Behavior & Enrichment
- Topic: Ways to prevent foxes from marking territory?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 127
Marking is part of a fox's instinctive nature. There is no way to stop a fox from marking, unfortunately. The people you see who keep foxes indoors--I don't know how they put up with the destruction and the stench.
Hi! Have you tried Wild Wonders down in Genola? Sarah Jacobsen runs an educational facility, and there are five foxes at her facility. She takes interns a lot, and I think she loses many of them during the winter months, so now would be a great time to contact her if you are interested in that. I do...
This is a great site to go to to buy those big "boomer balls" that you always see tigers and elephants playing with at the zoo. They have a wide assortment of enrichment items, specialized for destructive animals so that they last a really long time. They are made out of an ingestible mate...
- Mon Nov 19, 2018 5:52 pm
- Forum: Herptiles - REPTILES and amphibians
- Topic: Lizard Needs to Lose Weight (tegu)
- Replies: 3
- Views: 563
I'm pretty sure Payload has successfully lost the weight I was concerned about. I haven't weighed him, but just by looking at him he looks slimmer and healthier. So success! Exercise, and feed less.