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Old 03-16-08, 06:58 PM   #1
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Show us your pet videos

I think I promised no more dog pics a while back so I have to resort to videos

Post your vid's of your cats, fish, dogs, horses, flea circus, etc

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Fp1nB0oCudw
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This is Maus, a friend's, and she's as close to a pet as I have right now.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjWxozQegOI
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This is Maus, a friend's, and she's as close to a pet as I have right now.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjWxozQegOI
Looks like she's wondering why you're following her around with a video camera
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SHe does look a little bothered, huh?
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I think I promised no more dog pics a while back so I have to resort to videos

Post your vid's of your cats, fish, dogs, horses, flea circus, etc

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Fp1nB0oCudw
Watching them made me tired.
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Watching them made me tired.
Yeah, but it's a fun kind of exhaustion. The first week with both of the pups together was insanely exhausting, however now that we have a routine it's a lot better. They're both cuddled up beside me right now which is giving me a bit of a break. It's all about choosing your rest times
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The little one is wild.
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You have no idea
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Old 03-16-08, 10:59 PM   #9
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Just a side note in all the fun. Short but sweet the video should grow beyond this at some point in time. Mona Kitty and then there is more that are mona related. She getting to much screen time though with Two Other Cats and one dog.
That at some point in time will have some screen time. The Kitty just keeps it interesting though.
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spud in the snow - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_wMkMdDr0w

more snow - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fQImr5KHQM

some barking - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVxy5Z8-qoQ

looking for a snowball - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7ScerClkkY

spud goes to the vet - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x37HJzjxU0M

ferny goes to the vet - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceYzwCMXtE8

ferny playing - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv5M4DevGEw&NR=1
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I'll bet Turbo enjoyed sitting on that chair triumphantly.
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i have much MUCH more of spud, that i'll upload sometime...
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I'll bet Turbo enjoyed sitting on that chair triumphantly.
Not for much longer. Siren managed to jump up onto the chair yesterday for the first time.
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i have much MUCH more of spud, that i'll upload sometime...
Love the snow videos. Looks like he's quite comfortable plowing through 2 feet of snow. In the vet video, do you have him harnessed to the seat belt somehow? We've been looking into methods to seat-belt them in.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMLQY4LlXFs

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Love the snow videos. Looks like he's quite comfortable plowing through 2 feet of snow. In the vet video, do you have him harnessed to the seat belt somehow? We've been looking into methods to seat-belt them in.
Nope, he's just standing on my lap looking out the window. I was wondering the same thing myself actually.

I noticed you just have a regular collar on your JRT's.. apparently they have a really sensitive throat area so they choke quite easilly.. we got spud a harness designed for dogs like that so the pressure is more on his chest and doesnt choke him..
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Nope, he's just standing on my lap looking out the window. I was wondering the same thing myself actually.

I noticed you just have a regular collar on your JRT's.. apparently they have a really sensitive throat area so they choke quite easilly.. we got spud a harness designed for dogs like that so the pressure is more on his chest and doesnt choke him..
Thanks, we'll look into it.
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Glad you posted the 2nd video. It gives me a better idea of the harness you use clipped to the bottom of the basket.

Aside from having to look at your butt the whole time, looks like Bailey enjoys watching the goings-on from the back.
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Glad you posted the 2nd video. It gives me a better idea of the harness you use clipped to the bottom of the basket.

Aside from having to look at your butt the whole time, looks like Bailey enjoys watching the goings-on from the back.
He likes the shade my big butt makes on a sunny day. He puts his head under it.
I also put a mirror on the bars that aims right at him, so I never have to turn around to see him while riding. In case I want to squeeze by something really close. Or if I want to check and make sure I remembered to fasten him in. I did forget once, when I was stopped. Some friends came over to talk and he hopped right out.
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spud trying to stay awake.... - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LEKhnkxPD0
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I couldn't watch the pet dressing. It's cruel what some people will do.
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