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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-01-2012, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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My Dogs and Bunnies (Picture heavy)

Hey All!
I am new to this site, and fairly new to owning and caring for a Betta properly haha. I am however, more experiences in dog and rabbit care!

Here are some pictures of my dogs and rabbits.

Murphy, 5 yr old Holland Lop (we think)
Whiskers, 10 yr old Mini Rex
Cleo, 3 (almost 4) yr old Mini American Eskimo
Jazz, 3 yr old Mutt
Mac, 2 yr old West Highland White Terrier
Louie, 1.5 yr old Maltese
Cricket, 4 month old Maltese x Mini Poodle
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Adorable!! Love the coloring on your Mutt. :) Welcome to the forum too.

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Thanks! Yep, she's pretty unique. I love the mutts!
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Me too! I love her brindle coloring. :)

I have a mutt myself, they are great!

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:) Aww cute fuzzies!

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aw!! That first pic of bunny he's all proud and tall! Your mini rex looks like the mini rex in our rescue, named Pumpkin!! mini rexes are my fave breed (if I was to choose a breed). I adopted a gorgeous mini rex off my cousin a few years back and she was the sweetest thing ever. I currently only have a dwarf mix :) I love bunnies though! (**is your rex on pine or cedar shavings in that pic?)

Your doggies are adorable!!!! Ack! I want a dog more and more! HUGE fan of brindle pattern so I really love your Jazz <3<3

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Thanks! He is on pine shavings Which are fine! And they have recycled newspaper in their litter boxes. Lots of controversy over pine and cedar shavings, but pine are fine. We actually rescued our mini rex from some people that had him in an itty bitty cage feeding him gerbil food! And he had no whiskers...poor guy. He's great now! I'd love to have a dwarf one day, so cute. My lop is MASSIVE!

Awe thanks! Dogs are the best lols I'd have more than 2 if I could! Only 2 of thoes dogs are mine, Jazz and Cricket.

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The ONLY pine shavings that are okay are kiln dried pine. Make sure your shavings say kiln dried. If not then they are in fact quite dangerous to small pets. Unfortunately, there are 2 types of pine- one safe, one not.
Oh my it's unbelievable how many people keep rabbits like rodents! Rabbits are lagamorphs though! Some people just don't get it, perhaps why your rex was fed gerbil food. One rabbit at our rescue was living in a hamster cage before surrender. Awful.
If I decide to rescue another bunny after Acacia, I'll adopt a larger breed I think! The smaller the crazier I find! lol I would openly take in another mini rex if the rescue had one however :D

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No worries, the are kiln dried pine! Im actually an Animal Care graduate, and we learned mainly dogs, cats and small mammals. I appreciate the concern though!

I would love a Flemish Giant rabbit XD

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Goodness :) I just sometimes hear about people arguing for pine because "the pet store employee told me it was good"... -L- No offense to YOU, I'm always on guard is all ^.^

Flemmies are incredible! My bf is so impressed by flemmies. If I had a flemmie who stomped half as much as Acacia I'd have dents in the floor!!

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