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Old 01-28-2013, 12:53 AM   #46
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Punch, what's the update on your pooch?
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:11 PM   #47
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Punch, what's the update on your pooch?
She is better than new. Still not sure what the hell happened exactly. Its like someone poisoned her. She is a tough little cookie though. Thanks Goat.
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:21 PM   #48
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Check that snacks (particularly chocolates) aren't going missing.

Good news on the pup!
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:45 PM   #49
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I've always been a dog fan. Not much of a cat lover. But call me weird or whatever, but fish are the coolest. Plus side is you don't have to walk them or take them out and its just amazing seen them interact in their own little world. Plus they are very tranquil and peaceful to look at.
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I've always been a dog fan. Not much of a cat lover. But call me weird or whatever, but fish are the coolest. Plus side is you don't have to walk them or take them out and its just amazing seen them interact in their own little world. Plus they are very tranquil and peaceful to look at.
And when they grow too big for the tank you can eat them for dinner.

Actually at one time when we did alot of fishing we would buy baby spots and ells and raise them in a large salt water tank.

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And when they grow too big for the tank you can eat them for dinner.

Actually at one time when we did alot of fishing we would buy baby spots and ells and raise them in a large salt water tank. Those fish must have been sluts because they multiplied like a woman on well fair.
Spots and ells?
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well fair?
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Spots and ells?
Actually its eel very good bait for fishing the type we used would grow about 1 1/2 feet.


Spot are a small fish very good bait and also not bad to eat.

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its actually welfare but I deleted that.
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its actually welfare but I deleted that.
prolly a smert moov
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Love Spots. Catch them practically any time on most NC Beaches I go to, and easy to clean.
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:18 PM   #58
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She will eat anything but unless she went to 7-11 no way she got candy. Shes a little thing ya know. All i know is im getting kisses every chance i can. Like i said i know we all gotta go but i only had her for a year.
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I've always been a dog fan. Not much of a cat lover. But call me weird or whatever, but fish are the coolest. Plus side is you don't have to walk them or take them out and its just amazing seen them interact in their own little world. Plus they are very tranquil and peaceful to look at.
When my dog took a turn for the worse i was driving an hour away to get fish meds for my daughters goldfish. It worked on one of them. I have learned alot about fish over the last couple years with just a ten gallon tank. I would love to have a bigger tank with some really cool fish, but i dont have the time for it. When i was at the animal hospital and a nervous wreck the only thing that kept me sane was their massive fish tank - had all sorts of cool - what looked like - moving coral plants? It was really cool. I have allergies to hamsters, mice- bunnies, etc and my wife is allergic to cats and dogs with fur, So poodles, shih tzus and fish are the limit in my house.
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