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Old 01-05-2013, 07:03 PM   #241
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But at least the fish don't try to steal my blanket and pillows lol and the fish don't get stinky when wet.
Or urinate on your furniture....
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Wait a sec......you mean you can't just bring fish home and throw them in some water?! haha
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The amount of people who believe that is astonishing. It always confuses me that people would spend so much money on a tank and then do absolutely no research whatsoever on what else they need or how to maintain it.
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But at least the fish don't try to steal my blanket and pillows lol and the fish don't get stinky when wet.
Or you don't have to take em for walks at below 0 tempatures
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We just open the door and let my dog out. When we hear whining we key her back in
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We just open the door and let my dog out. When we hear whining we key her back in
Haha I do tht about 5 times am hour.
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Yeah. The urination thing is nice. I had to get my carpet cleaned today since my dog is finally potty trained. Lol.
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Lol well Dixie goes to check the mail and my wife smokes outside so she gets out plenty.
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I can't remember the last time Dixie had an "accident". She hadn't since we moved to our new house a year ago
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Just saying whoever said fish were more work had never had a long haired Maltese! But i love all my pets furry and fined. My dog does get jealous when its fish feeding time its pretty funny.
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