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    ClosetNerd - I swear by Petastic (which used to be called Nature's Miracle) Welcome to Petastic . Takes the stain and the smell out of the WORST doggie diarrhea!! Good luck.

    I'm so excited because I bought Abbie 2 new bowls today for food & water and a new little placemat. I accidentally broke her bowl so when I went to find a new bowl, they were so adorable I replaced everything. She's so spoiled!!

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    Do anyone know what is chincilla? It's quite a popular pet in Hong Kong, but I don't know if it is popular in other countries.

    Some pictures of my chincilla

    http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y83...g/DSC_0124.jpg
    http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y83...g/DSC_0516.jpg

    He may look like a rat to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetNerd;2264108;
    Do you think I can just use some other kid of cleaner? I don't want to use only water because I'm afraid it will just wet the poop spots and make it re-stinky. What about actual shampoo? :hmm
    It probably won't do any good in the steam cleaner, but I bought a product named Petzyme. It is great at getting pet odors out of the carpet. It's for 'cat stain and odor', but I can't imagine it not working for dogs also. I'm pretty sure I got it at PetSmart.

    Quote Originally Posted by FBhang;2264504;
    Do anyone know what is chincilla?
    Since the 1500s people have worn coats made from the fur of the chinchilla. It's incredibly thick fur makes for a warm and soft coat. They make good pets for those who are just looking for something cute and furry. They are, however, delicate and not a pet for children or someone looking to rough-house with their pet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle David;2264518;
    Since the 1500s people have worn coats made from the fur of the chinchilla. It's incredibly thick fur makes for a warm and soft coat. They make good pets for those who are just looking for something cute and furry. They are, however, delicate and not a pet for children or someone looking to rough-house with their pet.
    And for someone who cannot keep a dog at home. I would prefer dog if I can have one, but I can't so I chose my second favourite.

    The fur of chincilla makes me want to puke

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    I think that Chinchilla is adorable. It doen't look like a rat at all! I'd love to have one as a pet, but since our two little dogs don't get along with each other, it would probably be a bad idea to bring a new furry friend into the family!
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    I've been tempted to get a chinchilla before. You do see them in pet stores here. Their fur is wicked soft. They need dust baths - but you probably know that.
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    One of my sisters has two chinnies. Very cute, and it's fun to watch their dust baths.
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    What's a dust bath?
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