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Old 06-22-2004, 12:22 AM   #41
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4pumped, it's a veiled chameleon


I'm about to get some panthers though that will look like this




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Are those lizards friendly. They look cool as shit, but i wouldn't want to get bit by one. BTW, what do they eat, what kind of enclosure do they need, and how often do they change colors? What is the reason for them changing colors? Acutually, thats a lot for a BTW
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they all look the same to me....


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4pumped, it's a veiled chameleon
You should go into how much care is involved with a Chameleon...definitely a more challenging breed of lizard to keep.


Lot of people buy them because they are extremely cool and end up dying because the owner didn't know how to take proper care of it.
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scott, you still haven't snap a pic w/ the chameleon chilling on the "special" plant
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scott, you still haven't snap a pic w/ the chameleon chilling on the "special" plant
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My family...

Mack, taking a swim:



Maggie, chased out of the pool by Mack:



All four dogs (Mack, Maggie, Reese, Pete):



Maggie & Mack playing tug of war in DANGEROUS Territory, myself and my sister (check out my eyes!!!):



Maggie & Mack in the kitchen sporting their SEC collars:

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Here's my dog, Pedro.

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sure alot of bitches on acl.com
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You should go into how much care is involved with a Chameleon...definitely a more challenging breed of lizard to keep.


Lot of people buy them because they are extremely cool and end up dying because the owner didn't know how to take proper care of it.

Ive killed my share:o
but they run wild in certain parts of Hawaii and are considered a harmful alien species so I did our islands a favor
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the ones here are the common green jackson chameleons tho. not nearly as fucken cool as ghander's or that insane blue one!
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especially puppies. got any puppy pics?
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nice slippers, did you pick them yourself?


my dad did. he loves those little guys.
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First 9 pix are mine, rest are my g/f's Staffordshire Terrier and a friend's dawg.

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All four dogs (Mack, Maggie, Reese, Pete):
my black lab is named Reese too. He will swim in 4 foot swells, but refuses to go into our pool! I think its hilarious the one lab chaing the other out of the pool!! haha! Man, i wish I had got 2 dogs. Great pics!
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my black lab is named Reese too. He will swim in 4 foot swells, but refuses to go into our pool! I think its hilarious the one lab chaing the other out of the pool!! haha! Man, i wish I had got 2 dogs. Great pics!
lol thanks! Yeah Maggie doesn't like the water very much, she'll swim when she's alone. But if Mack is in there, he chases after her like a toy, and she's terrified. Notice how she avoided the steps and went to the closest concrete she could find...It's also ironic because when they play normally, Maggie is too fast for Mack so he's usually the victim in "play fights". They're great. Having two dogs is great. Having four is certifiable insanity.
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Ive killed my share:o
but they run wild in certain parts of Hawaii and are considered a harmful alien species so I did our islands a favor
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the ones here are the common green jackson chameleons tho. not nearly as fucken cool as ghander's or that insane blue one!
http://biology.swau.edu/faculty/petr...aii/chameleon/

Not as much color as the others but still cool due to the hornes on the head

Scott panthers are sweet to have...what are those going to run you when you pick them up?
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ginge's dog pics show the true comedy that is owning a dog.
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my main man Louie. 4 yr old Dane.











my roomates Mastiff Casey.. right after she came out of the lake








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Looks like she laid waste to the village.
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Cute dog esCarbonie or should I say minature horse. When we were puppy looking my girl got stuck hugging a 6 week old great dane. She had no idea how big they were going to get. Beautiful dog but to big for me.
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your dog looks a lot like Casey did when she was young. brindles are cool
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Are those lizards friendly. They look cool as shit, but i wouldn't want to get bit by one. BTW, what do they eat, what kind of enclosure do they need, and how often do they change colors? What is the reason for them changing colors? Acutually, thats a lot for a BTW


To setup a cage properly you need about 300-400$ worth of supplies. The reason they change colors is based on mood, when horny or happy they turn their bright colors. They aren't that friendly and most say you shuoldn't handle them. But to me it's up to the individual animal. I've had some chams that like to be handled and some that hate it. They eat insects.

They are definately not for a novice. These are probably the hardest reptiles to keep alive and happy.
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haha, OK, here is the long story of the puke pic. I had just got back from hospital, leg in a full cast, and was on my first day learning how to use crutches. Wife is away at work. Poor Reese had gotten into something nasty, and had puked over 20 times that morning. Somehow, he only managed to puke on our white carpets though. So here I am, cursing hobbling around after him with a roll of paper towel and a bottle of pro-solve, cleaning up a steady stream of dog puke. Feeling sorry for him, but at the same time wanting to kill him (dog owner know what I'm talking about). He finally stops puking, so I go and have a seat at the PC where the digicam is docked. Just when I think the drama over, he ralphs again, but this time its on the ceramic tile. I was so happy he'd learned to puke on the tile (which is infinitely easier to clean than white carpets), I took a pic of it to show my wife. "See I taught him to puke on the tiles!!"
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My rats when they were babies

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Man, 110%!!! you can train them all you want, but they are still dogs! you absolutely must have a sense of humor with dogs or you're going to pull your hair out! The hardest thing to do is comprehend a puppy growing up and watching it go through behavorial phases. One day they'll chew their rawhide, the next it's the coffee table. And if you don't see it happen, if you don't actually witness the crime, you can't do anything about it. Because if you do, your dog will never understand why you're coming after him with such anger! (insert obligatory star wars reference: anger leads to fear, fear leads to...)
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willdogs - how do you like rats? I've always wanted to get one. Do they bite (much)?
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willdogs - how do you like rats? I've always wanted to get one. Do they bite (much)?


rats are great pets!
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Man, 110%!!! you can train them all you want, but they are still dogs! you absolutely must have a sense of humor with dogs or you're going to pull your hair out! The hardest thing to do is comprehend a puppy growing up and watching it go through behavorial phases. One day they'll chew their rawhide, the next it's the coffee table. And if you don't see it happen, if you don't actually witness the crime, you can't do anything about it. Because if you do, your dog will never understand why you're coming after him with such anger! (insert obligatory star wars reference: anger leads to fear, fear leads to...)
I cant tell you how true this is.
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That's what I've heard. My gf is actually the one who has always wanted a rat and I think it would be cool to have one. Any problems owning them? Do they bite, piss/shit everywhere, destroy furniture or anything? From my research it's a good idea to get hand raised and fed rats, but that's about all I know.
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That's what I've heard. My gf is actually the one who has always wanted a rat and I think it would be cool to have one. Any problems owning them? Do they bite, piss/shit everywhere, destroy furniture or anything? From my research it's a good idea to get hand raised and fed rats, but that's about all I know.

You can get free rats down at Downtown Crossing. :P Rabbits are great pets too. My rabbit Ozzy is a dwarf Silver Marten. He's litter box trained and doesn't need to be in a cage at all, although he likes his cage at night. They are hilarious to watch and very calm with their owners.
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You can get free rats down at Downtown Crossing. :P Rabbits are great pets too. My rabbit Ozzy is a dwarf Silver Marten. He's litter box trained and doesn't need to be in a cage at all, although he likes his cage at night. They are hilarious to watch and very calm with their owners.
Rabbits are the other animal my gf wants (and she's a huge Ozzy fan) but I am wildly allergic to them.

I've tried catching rats at downtown crossing but everytime I get one some bum yells at me for "stealing [his] dinner"
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Rabbits are fucking


my girl loves them, I've been the reason we don't have one. Took her long enough to convince me to get a cat. Plus those fuckers eat every wire in the house!
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That's what I've heard. My gf is actually the one who has always wanted a rat and I think it would be cool to have one. Any problems owning them? Do they bite, piss/shit everywhere, destroy furniture or anything? From my research it's a good idea to get hand raised and fed rats, but that's about all I know.

Rats are awesome and very very smart. They can be trained to do many things.

My GF, her friend, a couple of my frined etc .. all have rats.

Out of all the rats I have handled none of them have ever bitten me. I have even owned rats that were very affectionate and fallen asleep with me in bed. They used to cuddle with me etc...

They love to run around the house and jump all over the place, its fun to watch them run around. They do much better in a pair or better. They are very social animals and need other rat companions. We started with one rat (when we didnt know any better) and it was always depressed cause it had no one to play with.

Bottom line is that they are great little pets. Sad part is that they only live 2-3 yrs so its hard when they die.

Just clean their cage regularly as it will start to smell after about 5 days. They can also be potty trined if you have the patience to train them.

Here is an excellent messge board: http://www.ratpalace.com/

They have excellent info and pictures
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my girl loves them, I've been the reason we don't have one. Took her long enough to convince me to get a cat. Plus those fuckers eat every wire in the house!
Nice edit. :P

And you can train them to not eat wires, they also make wire coating. I just hide all my wires under the rug. Pets are work. Just because you have to take precautions with certain animals doesn't make them
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Nice edit. :P

And you can train them to not eat wires, they also make wire coating. I just hide all my wires under the rug. Pets are work. Just because you have to take precautions with certain animals doesn't make them
What if the rabbit actually is gay?

My friend got his girl a rabbit. They thought it was a girl and named it Lily. Turns out it was a dude so now they have to call it Mr. Lily. The things runs around and dry humps everything in the house to completion. Pretty damn funny.
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What if the rabbit actually is gay?

My friend got his girl a rabbit. They thought it was a girl and named it Lily. Turns out it was a dude so now they have to call it Mr. Lily. The things runs around and dry humps everything in the house to completion. Pretty damn funny.
Are some of the things in the house female?

As for that behavior, Rabbits are notoriously horny. They are also very prone to cancers of the reproductive organs. Vets recommend you fix your rabbit like you would a cat or dog. They live longer that way. A house rabbit can live upwards of 12 years if properly taken care of. Great pets! http://www.rabbit.org
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Are some of the things in the house female?

As for that behavior, Rabbits are notoriously horny. They are also very prone to cancers of the reproductive organs. Vets recommend you fix your rabbit like you would a cat or dog. They live longer that way. A house rabbit can live upwards of 12 years if properly taken care of. Great pets! http://www.rabbit.org
Why fix it? I'd love to have another creature around the house as horny as myself - who knows, me and the rabbit might be able to work out some sort of mutually beneficial relationship...
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