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post #62461 of 71165 (permalink) Old 05-14-2013, 06:23 PM
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hi all back from work ended working most of the day since the mid day manager was sick and there was no one else coming in until four. really no options to call anyone since they were either off or a timing issue so i sucked it up and stayed. other then that the day went good i think

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Anybody?? http://www.bettafish.com/showthread.php?t=177626

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Mocha doesn't get a walk today. After 5 minutes of trying I couldn't convince her to leave the property cause something scared her..
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I just heard Mocha howling for the first time ever when I was in the shower and she's going absolutely nuts. I really should have forced her to go with me. I've been thinking about trying one of those thunder shirts or rescue remedy but those things don't work for a lot of dogs, but it's always worth a shot. I mean I couldn't get my dog past a pile of dirt today. That's what scared her. A meter high pile of dirt at the end of the lawn. Couldn't get her to cross past it or within 2 meters of it. I even brought some over to show her what it was but to no avail.
Then again, I've been trying to get her used to traffic cones for months but that isn't going too well either.
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How tall is a basic 5G compared to the petco bookshelf tank? I need something that will fit on the shelf that isn't too tall and a 10G is too tall

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I can not believe that you named a cat s***ty kitty
His real name is Kitt but he thinks he is a dog - eats shoes, wants to go on leash walks, ect so we just call him sh*tty kitty because he is :P He is more of a dog then my dog, who thinks he is a puppy-cat Most nerotic dog ever


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Oh gee, another strange pet name lol. Magic mushrooms? I have to admit, I like your creativity and the story behind those names though.
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post #62468 of 71165 (permalink) Old 05-15-2013, 12:11 AM Thread Starter
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Tiki, bookshelf is
8.13" L X 24" W X 9.25" H

5 gallon is
16" x 8" x 10"

Oli, send me your address and I'll get that book for you and mail it to you. I think Mocha really needs it.
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I wonder how long the sunburnson my chest will still be reddish pink in this shape. all my other burns have faded to mostly tan.
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post #62470 of 71165 (permalink) Old 05-15-2013, 01:16 AM Thread Starter
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I just lost the last of my 3 dojos. I don't have any clue what killed them. I think I will put the remaining unidentified loach and the two white clouds into the 15 and put the puffer into the 29 until he's eaten all the snails. After that, I don't know what I'll do with the 29.
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