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Old 2nd August 2009, 20:18   #646
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^^ wow thats a first :-) very nice!
whats his name ?

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Old 2nd August 2009, 21:45   #647
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Here is my only pet Swety
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Old 2nd August 2009, 22:21   #648
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Ahhh...

Lovely to see mum and babies!

And that hound is one smart dog!
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Old 2nd August 2009, 22:44   #649
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nice to see swety and puppies - is she the same breed as hutch doggy?
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Old 3rd August 2009, 09:05   #650
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Wow, wonder how I missed this thread! I've probably got the rarest breed on this thread - A Pashmi Hound. It's part of the Mudhol/ Caravan hound family. Quite rare but one of the finest examples of native Indian dogs.
Havent seen one ever. Where did you get him from.

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nice to see swety and puppies - is she the same breed as hutch doggy?
Yes, Pug. The MIB one too
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Old 3rd August 2009, 09:17   #651
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Here is mine. She Joined our family Since 1993. Now she is enjoying her retired life.
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She was just 25 Days old when she was welcomed home, We named her as Angel. She was very cute & naughty. We loved her a looooooot
One fine Sunday afternnon she was found dead rearside of our home, guess she was hit by a two Wheeler, her left side head was severly hurted.
She spent happy eight years with us, She use to give birth to 5-6 kittens thrice a year. We loved them all. Its almost 3 Years now she is no more. We miss her a looooooot for ever and ever.

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Your cat looks very beautiful in the pictures. I'm sure she must have been an absolutely wonderful pet!!
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[quote=jkdas;1413194]Havent seen one ever. Where did you get him from.


It's a native hound. Got him from a place called Bagalkot, north Karnataka. It's rare there too. Sorta resembles a Saluki of the Arabs. Guess it's travelled here with them. Ages ago. Bugger runs like hell. Built for running actually.
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Talking Here is our parakeet

Here is our 16 years old moustached parakeet (Psittacula alexandri alexandri).
The most dangerous about him is that he likes to chew power cords and the reward he gives the strangers after disturbing him is a nice love bite (who one ever got a parrot bite knows the pain)-so,its mandatory to request him to go inside the cage verbally and offer him red chillies to shut the cage.
The last picture shows his anger after a disturbing power cut in the summer evening (A/C and fan was off in his "bedroom"),and some people were shouting far outside (I forgot the reason).
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thats a beautiful bird!!! love the grumpy face in the second last pic
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thats a beautiful bird!!! love the grumpy face in the second last pic
Thank you very much,I am sure you will more woundered if you see his whole day's routine.
He likes to watch T.V. especially at the noon,the usual time for laughter shows-he sits on a chairs handle and watches T.V. and laughs when the laughter is heard (Ha ha ha like sound-I think you can remember!).
He thinks from his childhood that I am very much younger than him,so,I must be brought up seriously!

Just search the youtube with the word "moustached parakeet" and you will be amused to see them!

Oh! the in the first picture,actually he was watching our new maid and sounding an clock like alarm (typical ta ta tah tahh like sounding alarm clock,he uses this sound to alert us,apart from directly calling by names/relation names) whenever he saw any suspicious movement.Eventually,within 2 months,it was found that the maid is not a good girl.
More shots of angry moments for you.
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Guys,

Anyone have a female German Shepard they would be interested in mating in Mumbai?
Any place where I can get such information?

Thanks.
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Old 11th August 2009, 00:03   #658
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^^ planning to get your doggy married ehn - like pet matrimonial :-)
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Haha, yea. He is 2 years, and given how much time it takes to find one, might as well start now and hope to find one by next year. He will be legal to marry then, lol!
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Can someone in B'lore help me with this:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...ls-b-lore.html
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