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Q: What would you change about your breed?

January 28, 2009 | By Kavykeeper | 18 answers | Expired: 1988 days ago

Kavykeeper

If you could change anything about the breed of animal you have, what would it be? I think I'd like to have rabbit-like paws on guinea pigs, instead of their rodent-like feet, so I could take them for a walk on a leash. I think I'd also like them to be more cat-sized. And, I'd like them to be able to eat meat so I wouldn't have to throw away table scraps.

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Tonya G.
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Jan 28, 2009

I wish my pets where perfect but out of all of them I wish my PUG gizmo would be able to give me focused attention and remain calm. When I talk to him I know his mind is somewhere else... I think he either has ADD or memory loss.

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Straatmann
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Jan 28, 2009

that their backs would be stronger so we wouldn't have to worry about the long back possibly causing disc problems for him

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Beth K.
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Jan 28, 2009

I would like the horses to have more efficient digestive systems. So many have horrible pain and die from something as simple as a tummy ache.

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Beth P.
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Jan 28, 2009

I would like my dogs legs to be a little longer. :)

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Denise T.
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Jan 28, 2009

I'd love to say not a thing but in all honesty...
the high pitched pomeranian bark in Sammy, the extreme hunter trait in the brittany so Buddy and I could go for a walk without him wanted to catch every squirrel and the submissive peeing that cockers are infamous for in my happy & excitable Lucky!

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Amy S.
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Jan 28, 2009

I would change the sensitivity of their skin. :)

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Pia S.
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Jan 28, 2009

That they could live for 50 years. I won't be alive then (I hope)

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Barbara R.
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Jan 28, 2009

NOT ONE THING

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