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- April 24, 2009 at 11:00 am #272775wilbe95
Simply Pawesome dog treats
Only one test pack per year per client regardless of flavor, please.Test packs [SAMPLE] – It’s Free! : Simply pAwesome, Specialty Dog Treats
- April 24, 2009 at 2:07 pm #420255rtebalt
I’ve never heard of this company. Has anyone received this sample yet? 🙂
- April 24, 2009 at 2:33 pm #420258jkpjohnson
No, but I did get a confirmation email from them, after ordering the sample.
- April 24, 2009 at 9:05 pm #420269NiddiMy dog is used to bacon bits, pupperoni and T-bones, she might turn up her nose to these flavors, tried to give her a carrot as vet suggested for cleaning tarter off teeth and she looked at me like I was crazy.
- April 24, 2009 at 10:02 pm #420271Tarrien
Looks like something the ferret would enjoy
- April 24, 2009 at 11:29 pm #420275jkpjohnson
@Tarrien 116464 wrote:Looks like something the ferret would enjoy
yes it does, i would not mind getting a ferret myself, but i heard they can get wild and they bite alot. i think they are cute. would not mind a hedge hog either.
i was at petco the other day and found myself looking at giecko’s as well. i want a cat but dh say’s no until we move, really want a dog, but i do not see that happening anytime soon.
- April 24, 2009 at 11:40 pm #420277Tarrien@jkpjohnson 116470 wrote:
Yes it does, I would not mind getting a ferret myself, but I heard they can get Wild and they bite alot. I think they are cute. Would not mind a Hedge Hog either.
I was at Petco the other day and found myself looking at Giecko’s as well. I want a cat but dh say’s no until we move, really want a dog, but i do not see that happening anytime soon.ferrets bite the most when they’re babies but most grow out of it around the year mark, and they have a really playful attitude that could be considered wild since it’s not like most animals, really if you want to know the worst of it is they tip things over such as drinks or garbage bins to see what’s inside and hide things that’re appealing (depends on the ferret*).
hedge hogs i’ve heard are really skiddish if they’re not played with a lot. so you sort of have to play with them a lot before they open up to you.
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