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People trying to domesticate wild animals by Silber Knebel - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 18:18:58 EST ID:dykyeSU6 No.32406 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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my thoughts, EVERY FUCKING TIME I see a documentary or some stories about people keeping wild animals as pets
(like mountain-lions, tigers, bears...):
this is insane!

You know how a normal housecat can cut your hands when playing with you? Just because... dickhead-animal and claws?
Imagine a big cat "playing" with you....

How many people have been killed by their "tamed" animals?
Wasn't there once a women who held an ape as pet and got her face ripped off?

People have even been killed by their pet-deers!
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Isabella Merringwad - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 17:07:02 EST ID:K1VTwvJF No.33157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33156

Yeah generally it means cool walkies where they can go in shops and shit. They love that. No joke
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Basil Cherryham - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:25:45 EST ID:bEKXWU4e No.33434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>primate
>zero deaths

aren't humans primates?
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Jack Higglepuck - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 17:20:52 EST ID:HIaG8s1A No.33435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont forget about Grizzly Man. he was an autistic man who thought he was a renowned naturalist with a gift for communing with the bears. he filmed himself and these bears spanning multiple occasions, believing he was developing some rapport with a specific local population. one day the bears killed him, the end
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Fuck Moffingfuck - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 02:55:31 EST ID:WvwyawWd No.33436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Y'all acting like this is such a bad thing, but if it had never been done, WE WOULDN'T HAVE KITTIES.

>You know how a normal housecat
No, actually, since nobody had the stones to kidnap a small furry critter and feed it and pet it until it loved them forever.
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Angus Seshhere - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 13:10:53 EST ID:0E98xDvy No.33439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33436
I dunno, feral cats are pretty much indifferent to us. Housecats started small and they formed a symbiotic relationship eating pests and shit and I think the relationship more likely grew slowly rather than someone just abducted them. Dogs are further along because wolves were probably much less subtle about hanging with us and also cats natural food thrives in civilisation whereas wolves probably had reasons to hang with us beforehand.

In another 10000 years we'll probably be like that with ducks too. We'll be creatures of luxury and whimsy and ducks will fufill this. They're already not afraid of us, I watched a female duck wander off looking for food while her chicks begged for food from us they were adorable, they got food]/%] knowing we were scaring off the natural predators.

Also guide dogs. There's a dude with one at work. He used to have a stick and now he has a black lab. I think they're both much happier. That dog loves it, it always looks so happy bounding up and down stairs with this guy wagging it's tail but utterly focused on guiding this dude up and down stairs. There's another guy who has a dog that's there to bark when it hears loud noises. That thing is much less disciplined and runs around the office begging for scraps (I guess it doesn't need to be as close to it's master) but it's funny when people clap and it barks.


Pangolin by David Simbletatch - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 14:17:04 EST ID:8oI1D/rM No.33371 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Pangolin

Discuss
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Lydia Pittstone - Sat, 13 May 2017 02:30:45 EST ID:nvhegy20 No.33388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33382

yeah the majority of global poaching is to feed chinese demand and i am saddened by it as well. many species are nearing extinction due to poaching. however like you said that is a separate issue from more rational forms of medicine
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Sidney Pashshit - Sun, 14 May 2017 01:59:05 EST ID:8oI1D/rM No.33390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33380
You think that poor uneducated chinese people pay top dollar for rhino horn and ground elephant tusk?
No that's rich Chinese people that probably have an education.
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Ian Deshdale - Thu, 18 May 2017 04:56:57 EST ID:EWO7ZgWK No.33391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33390
Yeah, I've always heard that shit like that is really more of a status symbol than anything. "Look at me and my extremely expensive and illegal supply of black market traditional medicines."
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Eugene Smallshaw - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 12:17:11 EST ID:DsrjUSO3 No.33415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dit da jow works, but most traditional medicines do not
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Clara Pockcocke - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 13:50:08 EST ID:W1OqN2NS No.33437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33371
good name for any animal


DOGSDOGSDOGSDOGS by David Pummertudge - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 03:10:13 EST ID:o8hQYeS5 No.33423 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is a general dog thread.
Dog pictures, dog training methods, dog stories

EVERYTHING DOG
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Doris Pongerstidge - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 10:08:22 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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David Pockshaw - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 00:01:39 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33424
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Sophie Pillyshaw - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 21:49:59 EST ID:ebMDDJku No.33429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.instagram.com/p/BVQeHntHr4V/?taken-by=adamscherr99

His dog isn't finished yet
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Basil Cherryham - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:14:43 EST ID:bEKXWU4e No.33433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I literally talk about basset hounds every time dogs are mentioned.

They're stubborn, stupid and get lost easily but they're so cute and funny. I want to own a kennel and breed 'em some day.

I wish there was a giant breed basset hound that was larger and stuff. Like the size of a mastiff just lower.
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Cornelius Chindleshaw - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 11:31:05 EST ID:WMmfGk5d No.33438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33423
Well, today could be the last for the dog I grew up with. Little dachshund made it through eighteen years. My parents got her when I was nine. Cutest fuckin' puppy man. I live out of state, so it's hitting my mom especially hard right now. I guess my mom woke up and she's just been pretty much unresponsive all morning. They let me video chat before they take her to the vet so I could see her one last time. Shit sucks man. At least my parents spoiled the fuck out of her, so she had a good, comfy life, as all dogs should.


Bones by Basil Brookcocke - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 16:31:09 EST ID:o8hQYeS5 No.33431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it okay to give raw bones to dogs?
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Basil Cherryham - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:11:56 EST ID:bEKXWU4e No.33432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think I heard raw bones are okay, but like diseases and stuff.

Cooked bones, at least chicken bones, splinter in the stomach.

You can feed raw chicken to big lizards n shit and they stay gucci.


Good Doggo! by Sidney Blorringhall - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 00:34:55 EST ID:VoV5o2tP No.33430 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Comic

http://justlovecartoons.blogspot.ca/2017/06/good-doggo.html


-=-BUMP WHEN ANIMAL-=- by Albert Grimhood - Mon, 29 May 2017 01:36:40 EST ID:WvwyawWd No.33404 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Aww yea I'm a coyote

Get yer wild side on!
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Cedric Brenderstock - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 00:10:19 EST ID:pNF0T/V2 No.33420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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ANIMALS EVERYWHERE!
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Edward Peddlebock - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 15:49:27 EST ID:CcNGtPiO No.33422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Doris Pongerstidge - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 10:09:37 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Doris Pongerstidge - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 10:10:37 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33425
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Doris Pongerstidge - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 10:11:23 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33426


german shepherd puppy left outside by William Sasslecocke - Sat, 13 Jun 2015 10:20:55 EST ID:RT5NmHAp No.32013 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My STUPID FUCKING IDIOT neighbours have bought a dog they have no idea how to care for. She's a really small German Shepherd. I'll call her Bob. The other day... "Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob, leave... Bob, leave! Bob, leave. Bob, leave! Bob... leave, Bob, leave, Bob, leave. Bob, leave. Bob... leave. GOOD GIRL--LEAVE IT! BOB, leave. BOB! Bob, leave!" Then the next day I heard, "Uh, go to toilet then. Go to toilet then..." Yeah. Now... it's become a habit for them to leave her outdoors for 3+ hours (so far 12pm-3pm but today it's approaching 4 hours). She whines. WHINES. Non-stop. She jumps to get in. I saw her using a brick as shelter.

What the fuck do I do? She's a fucking puppy. She needs someone to care for her. I am thinking of going nextdoor and offering to dogsit. I mean... I THINK the owner must be out and can't get her to stop peeing indoors so leaves her outside. But everytime she's let in I've never heard anyone enter the house (and I would've)... Anyway, how would that go down? How could I go about it to convince them?
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David Hebberwill - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 14:07:49 EST ID:OstK0tUg No.33093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33089
they get stunned when they smash into windows. happens a lot actually.
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schepperschop - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 15:43:31 EST ID:NArIpHDf No.33125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33093
Strange thing; wasn't near a window.
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Isabella Herrylock - Thu, 25 May 2017 13:52:01 EST ID:ewAFxjP9 No.33399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>32013
OP What happened?
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Edward Crirryfot - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 08:42:14 EST ID:fg1u6Giw No.33416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33399
I assume that two years later the puppy is now a dog.

Just in my opinion though.
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Edwin Henkinbidge - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:19:55 EST ID:Fs2rnNu6 No.33417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33416
Unlikely plot twit but I'll allow it.I almost could see it coming, but its still a slight surprise.


What about moths? by Cedric Lightfuck - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 20:19:31 EST ID:pkzyrjnm No.32392 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think of them?
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Hamilton Gublingdock - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 21:44:05 EST ID:h2WfGjLD No.33366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think moths are made of dust.

Not a moth story, but

one time when I was a kid, all the ant colonies(the giant single colony?) in my neighborhood were launching off all the flying giant ants, and I thought it was an antpocalypse and they were everywhere in the sky but they went away or died within the day I think

that was my worst insect experience I think
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Cornelius Duckstone - Fri, 12 May 2017 17:15:27 EST ID:EWO7ZgWK No.33385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I saw a moth last night. It was sleeping, I think. It was just sitting there on the counter, still as a leaf. I thought it might be dead, but I got so close that my breath caused it to vacillate a rear wing. I tried to breathe away from it after that. I admit I was stoned and really tired, but I just stood there and felt this weird connection with the moth. I've never really studied one like that before. It was a medium-sized one, with wings patterned like the bark of an oak tree. I squatted down so my eyes were level with its. Just lying there, serene and totally still. I wondered why it didn't flee from me. I could've killed it like I usually do, but it was so calm and unflappable that I just left it there. So now I have a moth in my house, I guess.
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Ernest Ficklemidging - Fri, 12 May 2017 23:08:28 EST ID:lnhK+Fqn No.33386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Lydia Pittstone - Sat, 13 May 2017 02:27:21 EST ID:nvhegy20 No.33387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
they creep me out a little, but i can tolerate it. they are interesting creatures, no one can deny
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Eugene Smallshaw - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 12:14:01 EST ID:DsrjUSO3 No.33414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33364
>mayflies
>birds
The trout community would like to have a word with you


HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LARGE (boa) CONSTRICTOR: A THREAD. by Oliver Fenningbadge - Thu, 03 Mar 2016 18:29:00 EST ID:oEnIWN/0 No.32584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys so I've had some awesome experiences raising this snake. She is really cool so I'm trying to make a really in depth post about how great they are and how you should have one.

  1. SHOULD I GET SNAKE

Yes. Constrictors are generally pretty chill people if they're raised in captivity and not fed in the same cage they're in. They are large, but that solves many problems about finding the snake. When they're 10 feet long you won't say "where's my snake" but rather "I found my snake" followed by the sentence "She was everywhere". They don't see people as food because of some weird long-standing evolutionary hoobajoop about not evolving to see people as prey and the tendencies of predators not to prey on other predators that are high in the trophic pyramid.

2. WHAT DO I FEED SNAKE

What you gotta feed them are rats and/or mice. When they are big you should always videotape the feeding of live rabbits to the snake so as to horrify everyone and make sure people think you're horrible.

The general rule is that if the snake looks like he's about to choke and that you don't think he/she will swallow it, it's good.

3. HOW DO I HOUSE SNAKE

Dude just put the snake down anywhere seriously. She'll go to a dark cozy place when it's light out, and will move about when it's dark out. I've left her in a paper bag near my computer for the last 2 days because it's warm here and she's just staying there.
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Phoebe Fiddletodging - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 17:15:14 EST ID:hoB4dNm5 No.32616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do you fight like a cobra.
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Phineas Nummertun - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 22:05:37 EST ID:IEJxn2K8 No.33030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't forg
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Nicholas Puttingpeck - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 11:57:41 EST ID:V/5XSI5n No.33273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is my carpet python. His name is STEVE D'Snek
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Lydia Clunderfoot - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 17:00:37 EST ID:cy3mFe/m No.33310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump for snake
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Cyril Nabblecocke - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 08:55:44 EST ID:28OxTlxh No.33412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33273
Owner of this wonderful Carpet python here:

He is now 1 and 1/4th length of a standard Earl Scruggs 5 string banjo.

That first pic he had a weaned mouse. He's gobbling down small rats now.

He was a little thicker than a pencil then and could fit into a small tupperware container when I got him.

I got him from inlandreptiles.com btw. Good breeder. Good guy. Will help out tons. Expensive though, 230 dollars with shipping. And mine was one of the cheapest on the site (a little more than the one who had neurological damage and was the same color).


Bufo Alverius, the 5meo Dmt Frog by Simon Choffingkerk - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 22:12:08 EST ID:no5eawLv No.33344 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://erowid.org/animals/toads/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOFSX6nezEY

discuss? was thinking of purchasing one for science.
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Charles Tillingbury - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 22:35:47 EST ID:5GD1ekfP No.33353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that would make a nice pet
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Frederick Wullyfoot - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 21:52:11 EST ID:8foqdc4o No.33358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33350 https://youtu.be/WWExkWEUH5U
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Cyril Nabblecocke - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 08:49:09 EST ID:28OxTlxh No.33409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33352
Is that the snake I lost? That room looks like the old apartment I lost her in.

Probably not though, the red saddles aren't as vivid.
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Cyril Nabblecocke - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 08:51:10 EST ID:28OxTlxh No.33410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh and I knew the lady who sells the only captive bred sonoran desert toads.

She was rad as fuck. Sold me three for 60 bucks and some weed. Even delivered to Oregon where they are illegal.

Then my retarded once friend touched them with nicotine hands. Straight up killed the toadlets. I hate that kid now he's a faggot.

Her story is that she has a chemistry degree and access to a hormone that is required for them to mate in captivity.

Before you say it's unnatural, well, the eggs have a much higher fertility rate in captivity.
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Cyril Nabblecocke - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 08:51:58 EST ID:28OxTlxh No.33411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33410
The hormone was under lock and key by the government. She had to go through background checks and prove she had the degree.

NB for triple post.


GIANT Dogs by Gorilla Ass - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 02:22:11 EST ID:b3oIznim No.33354 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Like the Kangal
I also like Commondores
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Charles Blallyfoot - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 06:39:40 EST ID:XbOmuvsS No.33357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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newfies
they're like little black bears that are dogs
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Albert Grimhood - Mon, 29 May 2017 04:27:34 EST ID:WvwyawWd No.33405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Cyril Nabblecocke - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 08:46:41 EST ID:28OxTlxh No.33408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP, they're spelled Komondor. You're talking about the gigantic sheep-protecting mop of a dog, right?

The plural is Komondorok. I like 'em too. I always wanted one but the grooming is a huge hassle, they're very wary of strangers and they probably shit like a horse at that size.

Basset hounds can be giant, relatively speaking. European Basset Hounds are HUGE, just short.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCJQV8fdI8M Look at them studs. They're big as fuck. Hard to tell because you can't see how long their bodies are.

But they're like 30% bigger than my basset hound and he's like 60 pounds. But I guess that's not giant.

How about Irish Wolfhounds and scottish deerhounds? I like those too. Short lifespans though. But at least they can chase down deer/


Stick insect by Alice Duckwater - Mon, 29 May 2017 16:09:29 EST ID:bNoys9EV No.33407 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do stick insects make good pets? I've heard of people keeping them as pets. Should I get one?


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