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Cynthia Shane - 2014-08-22
At wgat age do ring neck female doves begin to coo

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Cynthia Shane - 2014-08-22
At wgat age do ring neck female doves begin to coo

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Charlene - 2014-07-31
I have a chocolate apple head Chihuahua male that I would like to have him bread with a female and I want one of the puppies that is female. If you are interested please email me at vargo.charlene.dale@gmail.com. I have pics if you want to see him.

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  • alycia - 2014-08-22
    I have a appleseed chi she is black and white full of entry we are wanting to breed her she has all her shots and her papers send email I have pics
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Donna - 2014-07-15
When my kittens were found everyone assumed they were brother and sister. My Mercy was a Tortoise Shell. The other cat I believe was a Calico. They mated and had a litter. I believe I am a victim of a prank. When my former so called friends and certain relative that married into a family that married relatives. They were trying to make me eat my words. I gave the whole family away. These evil people were looking for any negative thing on me. They believe I favord my tabby mostly white. I knew my Mercy was a beautiful cat that acted lady like. Her manners were beautiful. She got the boot because we all assume she mated with her brother. PLEASE tell me Tortoise SHell cats are a different breed. How do I get my baby back.

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  • Jordan - 2014-08-22
    The likely hood of your baby mating with the brother from another litter is very possible, but unlike humans, a cat's first imbred litter will have no ill effects. Torties are made by mating a black (variation of markings) cat and an orange(variation of markings) cat together. They are in no sort a different breed from a calico, the pattern in which the fur lays is the only difference.
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Bob&Jo - 2014-02-13
Our lionhead was a very active tankmate with our fantails but recently has started to hide in the vegetation, she or he is breathing normal but not swimming. mostly stays in one spot. Do you think she could be pregnant? She seems to have become very rounded. Please comment.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-02-16
    It's possible she could be pregnant.
  • Ineke - 2014-08-21
    Why doesn't any body see that these poor things are basically handicaspt, they are totally bred out of proportion.
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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
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Tricia Carter - 2011-08-29
We adopted a dog through the Cell Dogs program at a prison and she is listed as a lab/terrier mix. She resembles the red nose pit pictures I have been looking at. Anyone willing to view her pictures via email and let me know?

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  • Tricia Carter - 2011-08-30
    Ok thanks..I will try and find a breeder around here and see if they are willing to check her out for me. Yes the Humane Society that runs the Cell Dog program was afraid no one would adopt her, so they listed her as lab/terrier mix. She is 16 months olds, very intelligent..she is crate trained and also hand command trained...We love her to death!!
  • cathy rice - 2014-03-29
    I also adopted a female red nose pit from our humane society about 2 years ago, best dog I ever had. Would love to look at yours. My baby is my profile on facebook.
  • laicey - 2014-08-20
    hi, ive just noticed this post and wondering if somebody would be willing to help me? I have recently rescued a dog, I was told she was a pit/staff, but people tend to say she is a full red nose pit. if I upload pics would any body be willing to take a look? she is a well mannered, beautiful dof. thanks xxx
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-08-21
    Sure, upload your pictures:) Not sure how much help we can be, it really helps if you know her breeding background. But either way, we'd love to see her!
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Anonymous - 2014-08-21
persians are awsome and cuddly

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abdul rafhay - 2014-02-25
I have a pure white pair of finches. The female laid 3 eggs and began to incubate but stopped incubating after a week. The pair sits outside the nest rather than either of them sitting on the eggs. What is the problem with them? What should I do?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-02-25
    There's a few reasons why zebra finches won't sit on eggs. The first is because they are 'duds', and the parents will know if they are. Another is if you actually have two females, where one is laying eggs and the other 'acting' male, and in this case the eggs will be infertile. And another reason is simply that some times the parents don’t even know enough to sit on the eggs yet, so they won’t. Usually that happens with the first clutch or two, then they begin to get better. But not always, there are occasions where the parents never get the hang of it, so in that case the eggs have to be incubated by the keeper.
  • Lydia Ottinger - 2014-04-08
    I have a male and female zebra finch, they laid 5 eggs, they have been good about sitting on them but today they both were out for awhile, is that normal?
  • Melissa Reid - 2014-08-20
    My zebra finches incubated 4 eggs for 10 days, stopped for 3, (mated again 2 days after they stopped incubating), and today, 4 days after they stopped, they've started incubation again. Two are dark, two are yellow. Maybe she'll lay more? Or maybe incubation will resume? I don't know how long eggs can go unattended before they die.
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-08-20
    The incubation of Zebra Finches is actually more complicated than one would think. Usually the parents handle all the aspects of egg laying and hatching, but they don't always handle it well. Here's a site on Eggs by the Finch Information Center  that talks about the process and many of the challenges that can come up:
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Jaymi Loobey - 2014-08-20
Okay. I am thoughrohly confused now. I saw this fish at petco and the card said nothing about it being brackish or slightly poisonous. The petsmart site you guys show as selling this fish says it's related to minnows, not catfish like you do. And you say it is a scaleless fish even though the picture you have of it clearly is of a fish with scales. I just want to know if one will go well with bala sharks and a koi. Sheesh!

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  • David Brough - 2014-08-20
    The point you make about confusion in the pet industry is a good one. The problem is compounded by the fact that different fish may have the same common names. That is why we always mention the genus-species. The fish at Petsmart has the same common name but is a different species. Animal-World is describing Ariopsis seemani while Petsmart is selling is something else... Im not sure what it is since I can't find it on their page. However, if you google Silver-tipped Shark you will find that a majority of write-ups describe it as a catfish. There are also actual sharks, a large species of requiem sharks with the same or similar name. The catfish on Animal-World may better be called a Columbian Shark Catfish, we will consider changing it. Sorry about the confusion.
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-08-20
    I think the retailer has the fish mis-labeled - and thus their care info pertains to a totally different fish. You can tell the difference between a minnow species and a catfish species by looking at the fins on their back. This fish, the Silver-tip or Columbian Shark, has two fins on top, a large dorsal fin in front followed by an adipose fin just in front of the tail. Minnows are not sharks or catfish, but Cyprinids, and although some types of minnows may have barbels (just like this fish does) no Cyprinid will ever have the second fin on its back... the adipose fin will be absent.

    As far as compatibility, the Bala Shark (which is a Cyprinid) is a good sized fish, and peaceful but skittish. It gets along with most fish, even smaller fish, just as long as they are too large to fit in its mouth. This Silver-tip is a catfish, and it too is peaceful with other fish as long as they are the same size or larger. Minnows would be fine with either of these two fish, as they too are peaceful... but watch the size when keeping them, especially with a catfish. If you add a fish that is tiny, it could become lunch.
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