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Swarup Bhaduri - 2018-01-20
Want to buy dwarf hotot in India Kolkata.is there any seller

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  • Jack - 2018-07-03
    Did u find any? I want one too
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Anonymous - 2018-04-20
Polish Rabbits for sale. anyone looking for Polish Rabits should let me know on (909) 589-1328

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  • Jack - 2018-07-03
    Can I get it in india
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Cheyenne Clark - 2018-07-01
Hello I live in Longview Tx and am interested in getting a baby flying squirrel. Please email me if any baby squirrels come available @skyclark0510@gmail.com

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Cheyenne - 2018-07-01
If you have some give birth and the later breeding time I would be very interested.

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Jeweli - 2018-06-30
I am looking for a grey, red, flying squirrel or fox squirrel baby. Please contact me as soon as someone has one. I raised a fox squirrel and had her for 9 years, I am a vet tech and have doctor support. My email jeweli859@aol.com I will drive to pick her up.

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Jeweli - 2018-06-30
I am looking for a young flying squirrel. Please help. my email jeweli859@aol.com.

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Jeweli - 2018-06-30
I am looking for a young flying squirrel to bond with. Please help. I will drive to pick up. My email jeweli859@aol.com

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Jeweli - 2018-06-24
Do you still have any baby squirrels and if so what kind and how much? I would be willing to drive from Sn Antonio to pick up.

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  • Jeweli - 2018-06-28
    Does anyone have any baby squirrels out there? My Lil Whoo passed away at 9 years of age 3 months ago and I have a huge hole in my heart. I work at a 24 hour Vet Hosp. and have been a tech for 20 years, My Lil Whoo came in on Easter 9 years ago as young baby with eyes still closed. We sure do miss her cute little face.
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John - 2018-06-23
Looking for a female. We have a 3 year old Male gray. We live in mesa az.

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Miranda Haley - 2012-02-13
I love White crested guinea pigs. I have one myself. She is little but is getting bigger. I love her to death and we will be getting a young boy so that she'll have some company and maybe even have babies....but we got her a big exercise ball and she won't roll around in it. How do I make her roll around in it, because she just sits there and chews on the ball and she gets scared but we just want her to roll around in it....

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  • Miranda Haley - 2012-02-16
    So your saying that I have to leave the ball open and see if she will go in it and figure it out herself???? So I don't stuff her in there and just let her do it herself? I just afraid her might be pregnant and I don't have the things for her ... I was giving her grass but, there is snow all over. >:(
  • miranda - 2012-02-14
    I'll try that today and I will tell you later maybe Thursday if it worked. Thanks. I read online that it's dangerous for guinea pigs to be in the balls, it said that they feel surrounded...but, I'll still try...thanks a lot.c ya! :)
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-02-13
    All you would normally have to do is put her in the ball. As she moves the ball rolls. You might have to do it a few times and go slow and be gentle or you will frighten her.
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-02-14
    OK let's try this with the little guy and the ball. Set the ball on the floor and in various places inside the ball put a little dab of peanut butter - just a little dab. I think she will like the peanut butter and want to lick the peanut butter which will make the ball move and she might get the idea. When she is done though make sure you wash the ball and rinc=se it really well.
  • Miranda Haley - 2012-02-14
    I've tried but she only nibbles on the ball and the ball only moves a TAD bit when she licks herself it moves but, she don't run around in it, she runs around crazy in her cage but not in the ball....
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-02-14
    Gosh then I don't know. Just went online and saw the reviews you are talking about and does say dangerous but the balls they show are actual inclosures. The guinea pig can't go in and out as they want to. The ones I had were plastic but there were large openings 4 or 6 of them that the little guy could go in and out. I didn't know there were balls that you actually put the little guy in and closed a door. I don't think I would do that. I would be real reluctant to do that. You could frighten your little fella to the point where not a pet. Imagine someone stuck you in a big ball and then closed the door and this ball started to move around. You would be frightened. The one I had was more open and the little guy could go in and out as he please or roll it etc. He wasn't stuffed in it. I think best not to do that - certainly not with that kind of ball regardless if they advertise it as a toy.
  • Miranda Haley - 2012-02-23
    Scampers is getting bigger everyday....I think she's pregnant but, my mom said that she's not. And I don't know what to do. Anyways, how was your day? Anything exciting?
  • emma - 2012-06-26
    PLEASE don't put your guinea pig in any wheels or balls. They aren't built for guinea pigs and guinea pigs can't handle them. Balls and wheels lead to serious back, neck, foot a toe problems. Guinea pigs have been known to not be able to walk and in some cases not even move after months of having used these products. PLEASE don't expose your guinea pig to this.
  • Nikki - 2018-06-13
    Those balls can injure a piggie's back. I know I wouldn't want to be trapped in one of those balls. The poor little piggie is not built for a prison torture ball. Mentally it must be terrifying for them. Please throw the ball in the garbage.
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