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 Post subject: What Did You Name YOUR Bunny (Or Dove/Ferret/etc.)?
PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 9:57 am 
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Hey guys!

I thought it would be interesting to see what people have named their little "assistants". Feel free to post no matter what kind of animal you have.

In my show, I use a bunny and a duck. My rabbit's name is Louie, and my duck's name is Pancho (Let's see who catches on to this one).


EDIT: If you would like to, feel free to tell us any tricks that you've taught them.

Best,
Adam


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:23 am 
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2 guinea pigs, Maggie and Noodles (No one will get this one)
Il post a pic up in a sec.

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I named my bunny Marshmellow....


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 11:00 am 
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I'm guessing Pancho is for Pancho the magic duck who selects a card? At least that was my first, immediate thought.

We rescued our rabbit, with a thought to use it in the magic act, but she's a little too rambunctious-- so that would be a definite "no". However, our rabbit's name is "Abby" since that was already her name when we got her.


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kristenl wrote:
I'm guessing Pancho is for Pancho the magic duck who selects a card? At least that was my first, immediate thought.

We rescued our rabbit, with a thought to use it in the magic act, but she's a little too rambunctious-- so that would be a definite "no". However, our rabbit's name is "Abby" since that was already her name when we got her.



Exactly! I use him for a ventriloquism act that gets the kids falling out of their seats.

That's really cool that you rescued you're rabbit. Have you taught her any tricks?


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 12:38 pm 
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haha i named my doves jack and jill


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I named my dove milk


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Hedley Squirt and Snoopy. The other 4 are unnamed (doves.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 9:43 am 
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I have a Holland Lop Bunny...her name is Abby


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 10:50 am 
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How coincidental! Our Abby is a Holland Lop also. Here is a picture of her we had taken at Sears. I overlayed the text, obviously.

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I have two bearded dragons that will be going into the show in the summer and will only be used in warmer months. Its cold up here in the Winter.

Their names are Kodak and Coupon. Kodak likes to be in pictures and Coupon is missing half her tail so you might say shes half off.


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Hi i have a cockatiel named Tilly that i use in some of my shows. Shes albino so alot of people mistake her for a dove:) so im constaintly having to remind them. We adopted her about 7 months ago and shes the best bird ive ever had.fyi (her eyes arent red either) :!:


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:32 am 
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kristenl wrote:
How coincidental! Our Abby is a Holland Lop also. Here is a picture of her we had taken at Sears. I overlayed the text, obviously.

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That is wierd...mines a little older though...mines been in the show for almost 5 years now...and she has grey ears and one brownish gray spot on her back...lemme see If I can upload a picture...


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My bunny's name is "Taste Like Chicken".
My doves' names are "Bird brain" and "tweety".


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I have a parakeet named Ricky, and if my parents let me I will try to train him.


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