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05-30-2014 11:58 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by Alice13 View Post
Sugar gliders are great, my brother used to have them. Don't all animals have discouraging information about them? Of course u have to be very careful with them. My brother's pair used to go up the curtains and my brother had to climb a ladder to get them back. They are escape artists

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Very true.
Well, I really miss my past parakeet, and I'd like to get a new one. My family loved him as well. They are also very clean and don't smell. The cage is very easily cleaned, they are not messy, and they love to interact with people.
05-30-2014 11:52 PM
Alice13
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Originally Posted by HarleyTheGSD View Post
I'm considering that. Though I have heard some discouraging information about them. I'll have to dig a little deeper and find out for myself.
Sugar gliders are great, my brother used to have them. Don't all animals have discouraging information about them? Of course u have to be very careful with them. My brother's pair used to go up the curtains and my brother had to climb a ladder to get them back. They are escape artists

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05-30-2014 11:24 PM
HarleyTheGSD I've made a decision.
I'm going to get a blue tongued skink and a parakeet. I already have all of the supplies needed for a parakeet, from the last one, and my family wants me to get one. I have my beardie in a 55 gallon, so I'll just put the skink in a 55 gallon underneath the beardie's tank on the stand. It's practical, and I get two lively, interactive animals.
05-30-2014 03:52 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by ApselBear View Post
A baby bear! Nothing more cuddly.
Hmmm. I have a feeling that would be illegal here lol.
I wish, though!
05-30-2014 03:25 PM
ApselBear A baby bear! Nothing more cuddly.
05-30-2014 03:24 PM
HarleyTheGSD I'm also thinking about another parakeet. I've had one in the past, and I loved him very much.
Though, I kind of wanted something cuddly...
05-29-2014 10:03 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Originally Posted by CelticGlory View Post
What about a sugar glider? I was going to get one years ago, but I have put on hold any type of animal ownership right now.
I'm considering that. Though I have heard some discouraging information about them. I'll have to dig a little deeper and find out for myself.
05-29-2014 09:26 PM
CelticGlory What about a sugar glider? I was going to get one years ago, but I have put on hold any type of animal ownership right now.
05-29-2014 03:34 PM
lalachka Yep, there are a few swimming around NYC.


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05-29-2014 03:19 PM
HarleyTheGSD
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Lolol that was almost my progression

First the 6 oz box that my daughter brought him home in. He'd go on to live in that (for a very short time im sure) if I didn't decide to research their needs on the net. I actually thought this was a breed of turtles that stay small for life. When they sell them at the mall for $7 that's what they say, keep him in this box and feed 3 times a week and that's all he needs.

Yeah OK. I've spent 5k on her already if not more. *Turtles are no joke to keep.*

Anyway


6 oz box
5 gallon tank
10 gallon tank
55 gallon
40 gallon breeder

I didn't have room either)))) threw away my couch)))))
I also have 2 cats

Almost a zoo

I had a hedgehog in Russia. Chameleons here. And the usual hamsters, fish and stuff



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Very true, especially a RES. Many people who buy them from pet stores don't realize that they can get 12 inches long, and when they get "too big", they dispose of them.
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