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If you have any pets, tell us somethings about them and maybe post some pictures! I’ll start : I have a winter white, 3 month old hamster, his name is Alfredo and we got him from Gumtree where a person put their two hamsters by mistake together thinking they were the same sex, Alfredo loves peanuts and free roaming time!
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I dont have a pet, but if I did, it would be an Akita, called Ralph
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I have a pet human who presses the keys for me so that I can spend more quality time chasing rabbits and polishing my guns.

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I dont have a pet, but if I did, it would be an Akita, called Ralph
Oooo cool, I somehow find big dogs less scary and smaller dogs scarier as they are more vocal, jumpy and chase people around more, in my experience, Any ideas why? 😹
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I have a pet human who presses the keys for me so that I can spend more quality time chasing rabbits and polishing my guns.

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Very interesting ! But one day your pet human might as well lose you at the park or something because you can’t talk or walk... 🤧
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Oooo cool, I somehow find big dogs less scary and smaller dogs scarier as they are more vocal, jumpy and chase people around more, in my experience, Any ideas why? 😹
Because most little dog owners treat them like babies rather than dogs and so don't do the training they need and so tend to have issues like barking non stop ect. My sister is a dog behaviourist.

We have a yellow lab called Alfie he perfect and hoping in the next year or so to bring home a rottweiler a very misunderstood breed thanks to the media.
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I live with three huge doggos.
I like to pet the doggos.
the doggos love me back.
I love it.
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Very cool! But one day your pet human might as well lose you at the park or something because you can’t talk or walk... 🤧
Well, I have a motorbike so I don't need to bother walking. :smug:

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