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Anonymous - 2014-10-05
I no this is probably a stupid question but if I put a jack Dempsey in with a few mollies would i lose all my mollies?

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  • Vulgarcowboy - 2014-10-05
    yes, it will wipe them out!!!!
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Jay - 2014-10-08
Hi, I have a 35 gallon tank and planning to have an angelfish, 1 gbr, 1 apistos and 1 bolivian ram. Is it possible?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-10-09
    That should be a great mix, just make sure you have a nice decor that offers plenty of  hiding places; rocks, driftwood, and plants all work well.
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Animal-World info on Muntjac Deer Info
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April Hathaway - 2011-05-21
We are Local USDA licence of healthy muntjac deer. Our deer are still bottled feed and actually looking for new homes.They have taken all their shots and are easily handled and tame. Our litters have been home raised and therefore will make a good home pet. If interested, feel free to contact us,

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-21
    How does someone contact you? Where are you located?
  • krista - 2011-05-22
    I would love to know how much your sweet little babies are :) and where your located. Do you ship them? Im looking for one asap so please call soon with your best price. Best wishes and talk with you soon.
    818-919-6484
    Krista
  • Dave - 2011-05-29
    Where are you located? I just lost Buck(Muntjac) that I had for 16 years.

    Dave
  • Jozi101 - 2011-05-31
    Hey Im looking for a leaf muntjac. I can't seem to find them anywhere. And if I do they are thousands of dollars. Can anyone help me?
  • Jozi101 - 2011-05-31
    Hey, how many leaf muntjacs do you have? And how old are they? And How many girls are there? And when were they born?
  • amy - 2011-06-04
    How much are you asking for your babies? And where are you located? Thanks!
  • arthur wilmot - 2011-06-14
    We are interested in the price of a female muntjac deer and the age.
  • john courtney - 2011-06-22
    I was wondering if you had any muntjac deer for sale .313-215-3499 thanks John
  • Crystal - 2011-06-29
    Do you happen to have any more deer availiable and what kind do you have?
  • Nancy Johnson-Rose - 2011-07-11
    April, We are looking to purchase a female muntjac as young as possible. We are in Iowa where they are permitted, and we have lots of experience raising other types of deer. Will travel anywhere to pick one up. Will you be expecting any babies this year? Thanks!
  • Lara - 2011-09-01
    We are interesting to have in our home, and beuteful yard muntjac deers.WE LOVE animols,and have many diferrent little ones.We have 5 acr.and 2 ponds. Please, contackt us Lara
  • Joe Egan - 2011-09-06
    Do you have any adults available ? I would like to have a pair i could breed.
  • Kassi Roepke - 2011-11-04
    Hey, how could I get a hold of you regarding the deer? I'm interested, but can't find any breeders. Thanks!
  • Bob - 2011-11-12
    I am looking for a Muntjac Deer for my daughter. She is 20 years old and is in her junior year at Purdue University studying Veterinary medicine. She has had and has exotic animals. She would love to have a Muntjac to raise with her other critters. She is registered with the Indiana DNR as a breeder of Flying Squirrels and Sugar Gliders. I would love to hear from you on a sale or info as to where I can locate one. Thank you, please call me at 219-809-7582 or e-mail me at iamde3@yahoo.com. Thanks again, Bob
  • Lani - 2011-12-05
    Where are you? How much are you selling for? I am really very interested in these deers and I live in Australia. Thanks, Lani
  • Tara Kelly - 2011-12-04
    Hello, I was wondering if you had any babies due coming up to the spring. I have been searching for a breeder for a very long time. I was raised up on a farm in Australia and our family was part of WIRES, which cares for native animals. I have quite a lot of experience in raising wildlife. I have done a lot of research on the muntjac and seems to be the perfect fit for me and my lifestyle. I don't have another pets as I have been trying for nearly 2years to get in contact with a reportable breeder. I hope to hear from you soon.
  • brian - 2011-12-08
    do you know if you can have a muntjauc deer in maryland thanks
  • john correll - 2012-02-06
    Does North Carolina allow these pets?

    Cost ? Transport from?
  • clint - 2012-02-08
    I am looking to purchase a muntjac deer.
  • bobby - 2012-03-05
    Hi, I have some questions about your deer. How much are they and how could we contact you for information? They are so cute!
  • Lesia - 2012-04-16
    I would like info on your baby fawns, muntjac or leaf. Please reply ASAP. Lesia
  • Sharon - 2012-08-01
    Very interested. Please send info to trophiesandmore@hotmail.com. Thank you.
  • Rain - 2012-08-28
    Hello, I am interested in having one also, preferably a female. Please send me info on cost, pick-up/shipping, etc. Thank you.
  • katie - 2012-09-17
    I have been trying to find a baby muntjac deer I am interesterested in yours. Where are you located?
  • katie - 2012-09-17
    I have been looking for a muntjac deer baby and i'm interested in yours. Where are you located?I live in GA.
  • Daniel - 2012-11-29
    I'm wondering about your deer. I'd be interested in a male munjtac as young as possible and I'm wondering if you can send them distances?
  • Robert Roskell - 2014-08-21
    Where do u live? N how much do u want for a breeding pair
  • cheryl johnston - 2014-10-08
    I was wondering how much your babies usually run cost wise. I'm very interested. Are they legal in PA? Do I need a permit to own like I would for whitetail or no?
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Tom Lucas - 2014-10-08
It was noted that yes Flame babies don't always look like the one pictured. I would just like to confirm this as a breeder. They can look like what is pictured, but can also look similar to a Harlequin, other than the color on the chest and lighter on the back. In addition I would like to note that the picture of the Quatro shown is hit or miss as well. Somethings the babies look totally different from one clutch to another. I can say this for a fact being we submitted the picture. In my opinion that is the cool thing about the Hybrids - You really never get one to look exactly the same as the other. This coincides with the personalities of all the birds - They are as individual as each of us. Thanks Tom

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Animal-World info on American Saddlebred
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Denise - 2010-09-12
I love horses! My friend has one but she is a real dark brown american saddlebred. I am not allowed to ride her because she is a wild horse.

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  • Moss girl - 2013-04-09
    How can a saddlebred be a wild horse if some one owns it, or is it just not trained? I happened to have a saddlebred-quarter horse last year and he is amazing but do you know if there would be a difference in the way he walks? hope you reply!
  • alex ponke - 2014-10-07
    I am not sure about that question but I have to tell you I totally agree how is a horse wild if some one owns it? - alex ponke
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Animal-World info on Albino Tiger Barb
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karen nott - 2009-04-14
I have a albino barb and a tiger barb in my tank, and up until recently, I had a red tailed shark, which I have had to remove because of constant nipping and chasing. My albino barb has been the only one that has been nipped, and as a result, has lost his lower finn and his lower tail. Does anyone know, or have advice about what we can do to help him recover back to normality, so to speak, as he is struggling to swim. Many Thanks.

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  • Kerem - 2010-05-17
    It might be PAINFUL for the poor thing treat it only if it didn't die ok thanks.
  • m freeman - 2010-06-08
    I too have the same problem at the moment I am using something called melafix antibaterial fish remedy and it does help them grow back their tails and fins.
  • Harrison Graydon - 2010-11-25
    You need, and I emphasize need, 5 or more tiger barbs in a tank, or else they will nip each other and other fish incessantly in the tank. I currently own 10, and it's worth it to own lots, as they are very interesting fish to own when in a large group, their behavior is very interesting.
  • Matt - 2011-01-06
    Personally I have an assortment of barbs in my tank such as the albino and the branded barb. The albino is not a very aggressive tiger barb and will not nip at fins etc. But the tiger barb will, personally the best you can you is either choose between a tank of tiger barbs or albino and a mixture with other fish but make sure they are similar to the barb family!
  • Michael Brown - 2011-08-21
    If you have 6 to 8 tigers they will not bother any other fish I have tigers with long finned fish and they don't bother them at all I hope this helps you.
  • Anonymous - 2014-10-07
    Get at least 10-12 more to stop nipping
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Animal-World info on Appaloosa
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Betterfocus - 2014-10-07
Appaloosas are a wonderful breed. Please be aware that Appys are prone to ERU (equine recurring uveitis) and have a tendency to start losing sight as they get older. I rescued my Appy when he started going blind. He is now 28, completely blind and doing very well. He is field boarded and has adjusted so well that many people would never know he can't see. I still ride him on short trail rides and he does great as long as he is with another horse. I love his rascally personality and calm demeanor. Don't know what I would do without him.

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Joe Bedwell - 2014-10-07
I live in Tulsa Okla. and I'm looking for Dutch frill hens. I have two yellow males, and no hens. Contact me if you have any for sale.

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Animal-World info on Military Macaw
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Owned by a Military - 2008-11-19
We have a 4 year old Military Macaw. She is very outgoing, clowny and silly. She loves making me laugh. When I start laughing, she'll do a whispery laugh. True to their reputation, Militaries can very much be nippy, but ours was raised with boundaries and she's very respectful with her beak. They are not a bird for everyone. Her call is more shrill than our Blue and Gold's, so be prepared for that. She's an okay talker. We're still working on reinforcing her existing vocabulary.

I happen to LOVE the Military. The few I have known are very active and need lots of toys to keep that beak out of trouble! They also like to hang upsidedown in their cages like bats. They are a riot. We love our girl.

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  • Anonymous - 2010-09-24
    Wow he's beautiful ok now I want 1.
  • sharie - 2011-02-12
    Hi I just got a 4 year old military macaw and she won't talk or let me by her what can I do I want to love her? Help me what do I do to get her to like me?
  • Terrie Hein - 2014-05-26
    That's my problem I can't pick mine up either I need help too.
  • Lyle Krueger II - 2014-10-07
    My military is a Boliviana Military. He is going to be nine years old in December. I received him from a good friend of mine and have known him since he was young. He does have a bit of a temper at times and can be quite loud, but I love him just the same. He goes with me out in public. No tethering is needed. He even joins me on bike rides. He has bitten but only me. Once to the point stitches were required. But still he is my bird and I will never part with him. He loves his toys, his perches and his outdoor play area (again no tethering necessary). The only thing he does not play with yet is his swing. Maybe in time.
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Anonymous - 2014-10-06
I have two striped demsels with my blue demsels and a cardinal have no problems with them they are great to watch and pop out in my tank.. I'm looking forward to when I purchase a larger tank and see how they will do with some angels..

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