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Old 12-27-03, 12:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Ferret pics*

Just wanted to share some quick pics I took of my ferrets, Storm and Ice. Well, here they are...









I've gotta say that it's impossible to get these two to stay still for a picture!
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Old 12-27-03, 12:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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AWW! I love that first pic... too cute!
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Old 12-27-03, 12:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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hahaha ferrets never stay still unless they are sleeping!! i just got myself another one a week ago, looks like your Ice...an albino ....named him Gandalf the White...lol
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cute little guys, i want a couple but won't get them for a little while due to time constraints
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Old 12-27-03, 01:40 PM   #5 (permalink)
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HHHEEEYYY!!
Nice Pics man....and trust me i've met these little guys in person and they are the sweetest ferrets you'll ever meet. they are bigger than they look in the pictures though lol...

Hey man i'll have to come by and bug you at work soon ^_^ My job is too boring..

Have a good new years!

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Mmmmmm, snake food!
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I really miss my 3 ferrets i had when i was younger!!! They are so great, full of mischeif!!!
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Hey Ciddian, drop by work as it's not the same without ya. I'm glad everyone liked the pics. I think LadyHawke is right, the only time I'm gonna get them to stay still is when they're sleeping, but that's okay. I will post some pics of my prairie dog named Ernie when I get a chance.

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I love prairie dogs! Are they hard to take care of? What are they like compared to a rat or mice?

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What adorable pictures!! I love the first one. Looks like they are always being mischevious.

I love them! Your brave for sharing rodent pics in a snake forum, LOL.

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Smile prairie dogs

Well, if one keeps in mind that prairie dogs are not really a domesticated species but rather one that is possible to tame, the first step is already made. Now, compared to rats or mice, pd's require much more space and attention in order to remain healthy and friendly. I am still in the process of taming my pd, but he is making progress everyday. From what I hear, getting a young prairie dog will increase your chances of bonding with the animal. As well, it is crucial that you have a prairie dog spayed/neutered as it keeps them from going into social breeding behaviour otherwise known as a "rut". During this time an intact pd can become aggressive so altering the animal makes them more pet worthy in my opinion. Other than that, it's just like any animal, they need your devotion and care. Here's a couple pics of my Ernie...



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My friend runs a ferret rescue out of her apartment. I never really cared for them until I saw all 20 of hers! They are really clever little animals.
I especially like the first picture...too cute!
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i have a prairie dog...been bit by them too.....took weeks to heal and months to totally recover from one bite!! even after the scab was gone the nerves still hurt. my boyfriend just got bit Christmas eve....latched right on, but he reacted badly by flinging the PD...so it ended up tearing the wound. seems to be about this time of year...had this problem last year. gonna get him fixed ASAP!! and cross my fingers that helps. here's a pic of my Skippy....still not sure wether its a male or female...couldnt be bothered to check
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Great pictures everyone, I especially like the first ferret one! Far too cute.
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LOL they look so similar to my friends' pair! What's the attitude like on yours?
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