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Old 07-13-2014, 06:29 PM   #57
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Deborah my title does say furry friends or pets. Is yours a Conure? We use to have a Conure. He had very limited words. He would say "Love You". And when he was taking a bath he would say "feel's good, feel's good". Very pretty bird.
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Old 07-13-2014, 08:55 PM   #58
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Ted - He's a 20-year-old Mealy Amazon. He says "Mom!" Then he answers with "What!" Don't know where he picked that up.
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Old 07-13-2014, 09:02 PM   #59
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Oh my gosh...I just scanned through the pages of this thread and we all have such beautiful animals! What would we do without them? In fact, I just ordered a license plate holder for my Scamper in honor of my rescue dog Katrina that says..."Who Rescued Who?"

So true...
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Old 07-13-2014, 09:47 PM   #60
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We definitely need a "Like" button! All of these furry friends are so cute!

This one isn't exactly furry, but he's a great little traveler.

Quaker? My Mom use to have one she kept at a family liquor store. The customers loved her, really brought in business. Her name was Tequila. That bird was just as attached to me as my dogs are. Possibly more. She would throw a huge fit if she couldn't see me. Would try to find me if she was out of her cage. I could trim her wings without restraining her and she'd just be happy I was holding her. Pretty cool, really.
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Travis - He's a Mealy, one of the largest Amazons. He loves opera, and makes up his own words - they sound Italian, I guess. He's pretty entertaining.
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Old 07-20-2014, 10:22 PM   #62
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:36 AM   #63
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Spud looks like he doesn't miss anything going on around him. Maybe it's those ears? Our rat terrier has those ears, and I swear she can hear you thinking. What does "ratha" mean?

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Old 07-21-2014, 07:55 AM   #64
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Spud looks like he doesn't miss anything going on around him. Maybe it's those ears? Our rat terrier has those ears, and I swear she can hear you thinking. What does "ratha" mean?

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I bet it's a ratcha, a Chihuahua/ Rat Terrier hybrid. Looks like one, and "ratha" is only missing the "c".

We all love our dogs, but I am partial to hybrids! I think mixing genetics is a good thing, and results in smarter dogs with less problems than the pure breeds they come from.

Your mileage may very...

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Here is our newest cat Rusty, He has just turned 1 year old and loves camping and going for walks.

It was a tough year ,last year as we lost both of our old cats, Poly in January and Mittens in September. The wife said it "was too damn quite" so I found this guy on Kijiji (owners roommate was allergic). He is suppose to be a Maine Coon but the vet doesn't think so. Either way he is a great cat and will say hello to anyone we meet on his walks around the neighbourhood.
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I bet it's a ratcha, a Chihuahua/ Rat Terrier hybrid. Looks like one, and "ratha" is only missing the "c".

We all love our dogs, but I am partial to hybrids! I think mixing genetics is a good thing, and results in smarter dogs with less problems than the pure breeds they come from.

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You might be right on the R-T / Chihuahua mix. Spuds has some of both it seems. Mixed breeds can be healthier, but sometimes you don't know what health problems the dogs parents had. One reason we usually get pure bred dogs is because you tend to know what you're going to end up with. That cute little fur ball you bring home doesn't grow into a 100+ lb fur ball, when you only have room for a small dog. When I hunted bunnies, only a beagle would do. When my wife grew tired of vacuuming dog hair, we got mini-schnauzers who don't shed. etc.,etc. It pays to know your breeder. If you're adopting healthy adult dogs, and the size and temperament suits you, the mixed blood probably helps. Like you say, YMMV.

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he is part rat terrier part Chihuahua. your right never misses a thing. he can be outside comes flying if door open if he hears his cookie jar or food jar open.
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Thats just funny

"True Story" My wife came home a while back and said one of her co-workers had the prettiest dog. She said they said it was a "Sooner" breed. She had never heard of this before. I smiled and said "Honey, that's a name we use in the south for a mixed breed. "He's just as soon be one breed as another; Sooner". Or it can be used more like a descriptive word for a dog. In other words it's like; "That darn dog would sooner urinate on the porch than on a tree". That's just funny.
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