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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by KungFuGripJeremiah, Oct 14, 2008.
This is my croc monitor just relaxing in his coi pond, what pets do you guys have?
No pictures on this computer but I've got only a Peking/Terrier mix which is an awesome dog. Also thinking about getting either a boa or some other reptile.
Meeshka and Mojo, campin in the dirt...
Mr. Mojo Risin'
Claudius, king of all he surveys...
3 large dogs, 5 cats, 7 fire-bellied toads, 1 whites' tree frog, 1 southern toad, and an aquarium full of fish.
Soon to have some poison dart frogs as well.
i like poison darts, wouldnt mind a few they are so colorful.
most you buy are really no longer poisonous- it is a factor of their diet. Because they are poisonous in the wild- and therefore don't need to hide, they are for the most part active during the day too, making them more enjoyable. A lot of the treefrogs are nocturnal, so unless you are a necromancer, you can't enjoy them as much.
Boston Terrier (Mr MEME its all about him) Black Lab(Slam), cat (Blinka), rabbit, and until most recently a tarrantula.
lol! Love the cat!
thanks, the pic matches her personality, the black lab is smarter than my kids, he's had more college than me!! We have to carry a rider on our homeowners policy for that dog, seriously, he is almost finished with his master hunter testing and he competes in all sorts of trials. The Boston Terrier is just a kiss ass to who ever has food. Okay I know more info about my pets than anyone cares for.
Daleth thats very cool doing hunting trials. Did you train him yourself? Do you use a handler or work him yourself?
Oh and here are some of my babies.
Just the big orange guy in the last one the rest were fosters.
My two "pets"
Actually hes my Dog, and we have a trainer, he stays at the trainers all year almost untill hunting season, when hunting season starts i keep him for four -five months, and during his training, i work with the trainer, also, because ultimatly im his handler, and Partner in the field, hes a great dog, lots of ambition, you dont have to ask him twice to go hunting.........lol
This sounds like a rent-a-pet operation.
Ok i got no pictures but currently i run 16 beagles, 5 coonhounds ( 3 English redticks,one blue) and a Treeing walker. And SAM the mule...
No actually it's very common with show dogs and hunting dogs.
Actually, its only during the critical years which are from 6 months to three and half years, then after that, you enjoy many years of full time with an outstanding dog, and please consider, if your dog makes it past force fetching and can continue into high level training, its quite and honor that you have a dog that smart and talented, alot and i mean alot dont hack it and cant cut the mustard.....
and I train right along side of him also, believe it or not, its very complex, to run and train a dog at that level
I want a Shetland pony.
I so would have named that pet Scrappy Doo!
Force fetching? Your trolling right?
You have a Monitor? so damm cool!
Did you just pull that off the web or is that really your pet? lets see a photo with both you in it.
lol! What an adorable pooch!
My name is Kelmo and I approve of this thread.
My poor old yellow tom just recently left this world. He had a good 12 years. Hard years. Pimping ain't easy for a yellow tom. He just made it look easy.
I posted this one in Aeowyn's thread, but.
The dalmatian (Polka) is no longer with us, but I don't have a picture of the terrier (Brack) on his own. I told his story in the other thread, basically he's a foundling. We found him dumped in the woods one day when walking Polka.
Please tell me your kidding right?
Let's not throw down in a pet picture thread folks.
Aeowyn - The gray kitty you have pictured looks just like my 19 year old cat that we had to have put down last summer. Had her since I was a kid.
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I got a pet rock!
my baby waiting for me to stop playing uo......
What is cash? That guy is adorable.
MD Blue Chip
he is a English bulldog
Daniel I want a Cash, does he have a brother or sister named Change maybe!!! Too cute, I love him, he's so hugable!!!!
ty we have 8 of them lol
This is my Jabari just after we got him home. He's about two years old here. He's a lot bigger now.
that's some awesome colors Aliz
Does he stare at you like that all the time, Rico?
Rico stole his eyelids! ...la
I have one turtle with a major attitude. I didn't know I was making a lifetime commitment when my mom found him in the back yard and gave him to me years ago, but I consulted with a herpetologist at one point, and apparently the varmints can live decades when cared for properly. It is looking like I am one of those conscientious turtle caregivers...I am thinking I may have to make provisions for him in my will.
P.S. @ Rico: what have you been doing to that cat!? Next time use a flash with less than 1,000,000 candle power!
Sorry Elmer I honestly thought you were kidding no disrespect intended.
My experience with field trial labs is 15 years out of date and I had no idea they still did it that way. The last 5 years I have been doing training with service dogs where it is expected the dog will use it's own judgement and sometimes even flat out ignore a command if it would put there partner at risk.
"Slamo Jamo" Checking out the Ducks were gonna shoot this weekend
This is my pet hermit crab, Dr. Ted Nelson (+100 cool points if you know the reference). He's a stand up fella.
I also have a dog (Norwegian Elk hound) named Meze (ironically named after one of my pet dragons on UO), but she is more of a family pet, and lives with my parents.
And I also have a giant leopard moth caterpillar I found in my place, and am caring for until spring. I named him Rutager.