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Stash pics!

Today we took some pics of Stash when he was out playing . Sorry, I didn't get any good pics of the other bunnies.

Playing outside:



Me checking his harness to make sure it was on right since he was trying to get out of it:



Relaxing:



Back inside, snuggling on the couch:



Looking at the camera:



Me with Stash, Bambi, and Sophie:



Ignore the destroyed blinds in the last picture...my mom's puppy, Bambi, did that .




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Beautiful pictures!I love the dogs too!

Question, how do you like the comfort harness?Do you find it any good? They come in rat size and I was thinking of getting one for the rats, but I rather get some feedback on them first!





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Beautiful pictures!I love the dogs too!

Question, how do you like the comfort harness?Do you find it any good? They come in rat size and I was thinking of getting one for the rats, but I rather get some feedback on them first!
Thanks!

I really like the harness...much better then others I've tried. It's alot easier to get on and it seems more comfortable. Also, it attachs in two different ways so it's pretty secure.

Though I'm not sure if the rat one is different.




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lovely bun..lovely dogs too!

oscar has exactly the same harness and we have found it far more humane than the others as if it pulls it ends up pulling the mesh so it doesnt cut..whereas the other strappy ones almost strangled our old bunny the other summer.

I knew a lady who used that type on her rat..it was the best cos he had a bit of a podgy belly and it would have made anything else fit sooo badly.

thumbs up for these harnesses.
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lovely bun..lovely dogs too!

oscar has exactly the same harness and we have found it far more humane than the others as if it pulls it ends up pulling the mesh so it doesnt cut..whereas the other strappy ones almost strangled our old bunny the other summer.

I knew a lady who used that type on her rat..it was the best cos he had a bit of a podgy belly and it would have made anything else fit sooo badly.

thumbs up for these harnesses.
Thanks . Yeah, I really love this harness. Definately the best one available right now.




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