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Old 12-09-2011, 11:33 AM   #1 
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Hi...I guess....

Hi, My name is Jake I'm 16 seems like an alright age for the forum.
I have 4 bettas, 4 cories, 4 dogs, an adf, 1 cat, 1 ball python, 2 lepeord geckos, and a chubby little teddy bear hamster.
My intrests include video games, playing the guitar, fish keeping of course, and fishing...
I currently don't have a job because I watch my neice on a daily basis and don't really have the time for a job...
Well I don't really know what else to say besides nice meeting you.
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Old 12-09-2011, 11:35 AM   #2 
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Hi Jake. Nice to meet you. :)
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:30 PM   #3 
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Hi Jake! Seems like you have quite the household of pets there :) I'd love to see pics! Hope you enjoy your stay around here :)
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:37 PM   #4 
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Welcome to the forum Jake and to the wonderful world of Betta keeping....it sounds like you have your hands full.....it seems when we love one type of animal many other follow.....lol.....
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:53 PM   #5 
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OMG a fellow reptile lover! As I type this my beardie is sitting on my laptop LOL!

Can you post pics of your reptiles? :D
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:57 PM   #6 
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Hi Jake

It sure sounds like you have a full time job without the pay if you're taking care of all of those pets and a human to boot.
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Old 12-09-2011, 09:58 PM   #7 
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Well the two leapord geckos aren't mine and the snake isn't mine either i just thought I would put them on here too. I can post pics but the geckos aren't doing too well atm. They belong to my two little cousins who take little care of them, but they are getting better moving around a little more and getting there color back. The snake on the other hand is my moms along with the hampster. They are both healthy as can be. Actually the snake was kind of a rescue because the person that had him before us was only feeding him like every other month if not longer....

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If you could give me some pointers on nursing these leapord geckos back to health I would be forever grateful. Im not really too inteligable on lizards. Also our little python is nothing compared to the one we had when I was a kid he was an 11 foot albino bermese python such a beauty. Sadly he got too big for us to keep without a zookeepers lisence and we had to give him to a local breeder. He lived a good life and never ate our dogs...Even though they were the right size for a snack.
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Nice introduction. Looks like there are quite a few pets even if they're not all yours. It's nice to see that you're willing to try to get the geckos back to health even though they're not your responsibility.
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:09 PM   #9 
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Well the two leapord geckos aren't mine and the snake isn't mine either i just thought I would put them on here too. I can post pics but the geckos aren't doing too well atm. They belong to my two little cousins who take little care of them, but they are getting better moving around a little more and getting there color back. The snake on the other hand is my moms along with the hampster. They are both healthy as can be. Actually the snake was kind of a rescue because the person that had him before us was only feeding him like every other month if not longer....

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If you could give me some pointers on nursing these leapord geckos back to health I would be forever grateful. Im not really too inteligable on lizards. Also our little python is nothing compared to the one we had when I was a kid he was an 11 foot albino bermese python such a beauty. Sadly he got too big for us to keep without a zookeepers lisence and we had to give him to a local breeder. He lived a good life and never ate our dogs...Even though they were the right size for a snack.
No problem! I will PM you right now, so I don't clog your intro thread up! ;)
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