Hi Everyone! A few of you requested to see more of our bunny Truffle so here he is!
A big thanks to jillojello for tagging me! She recently posted a pet tag of her adorable and smart Monty (Papillon) in case you want to check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ieat5EcT_5M
If you’ve recorded a pet tag, please let me know as I would love to check it out. I’d like to tag:
…and anyone else who has a pet!
Here are the questions:
1. What kind of pets do you have?
2. What are their names?
3. How old are they?
4. Where did you get them?
5. Why did you want to get this particular breed/species?
6. Do they know any tricks?
7. Do they snuggle / give kisses / follow you around?
8. What are some of the funny things they do to make you laugh?
As I mentioned in this video, bunnies are very cute but can be a difficult pet to own as they like attention on their terms and are quite delicate so you have to be very careful when picking them up. There is a lot I didn’t cover in this video so if you have any questions about Truffle or about bunnies in general, please leave me a comment and I will do my best to answer.
Here’s a link to the dog kennel we use for his playpen/cage: http://www.petsmart.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12404137&f=PAD%2FpsNotAvailInCA%2FNo
P.S. I haven’t forgotten about Lulu… she will be starring in her own pet tag very soon!
So here is the newest whelping box, which includes a separate area off to the the side for litter training. Then once the pups are weaned, you put in the ramp to give them access to the doggie door out the window. Basically we’re raising them to be fearless little mountain goats. The adult dog in the video is not the puppies’ mom, just an interested unrelated shepherd.
These are Karu’s nine puppies and they are six weeks old here. They are currently available for adoption through Southwest Michigan German Shepherd Rescue. More info at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.468194959966092.1073741890.258834997568757&type=1
My rat is a noob.. he’s sitting in his litterbox eating his baby carrot, lol.
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The great playpen escape, after a distracting mini brawl between the boys. This playpen is the stereotypical playpen used for hamsters and guinea pigs. This is actually a poor choice of a playpen for rats, but due to demands in the house, (meaning, no more rats playing on the couch) I had to find a quick solution. Aside from the occasional escape attempt, the playpen works quite well; I bought two playpens and hooked them together, so we have a 6′ diameter to play in