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Old 01-07-2012, 06:04 PM   #1
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Dog Fish

still waiting on the stand!! (its bigger than her crate)
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That is a very rare fish indeed. Only one known of in captivity, none in the wild.
Lol, gotta love doggies!
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still waiting on the stand!! (its bigger than her crate)
Lol that's cute!
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Thanks!! here she (all 6lbs and on a leash)is swimming with Koi - the dog will sit on the plant shelf in the garden pond and dive after the fish.
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Thanks!! here she (all 6lbs and on a leash)is swimming with Koi - the dog will sit on the plant shelf in the garden pond and dive after the fish.
How cute!! my kitten likes to sit on this tiny ledge in front of my fish tank and bat at the fish. I don't let her do it anymore though cause it bothers my new fish (but it didn't bother my other fish). My other cat leaces the tank alone cause she knows she'll never catch one lol./
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