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Do you fancy a glow-in-the-dark dog


carver

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It now appears that you may be able to get one of these http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/07/27/fluorescent_dog/

if you have a bit of spare money lying around, could it be the start of the must have pet for the wealthy.

I just hope that it's used for science and not novelty.

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wiz-king

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Could be usefull, my mutt lays on the darkest place on the stairs at night and he is hard to see and avoid.

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interzone55

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Would be no good for us, as our dog, who still thinks he's a tiny puppy although he's 5 foot long and weighs about 40kg, sleeps at the bottom of the bed, so that size glowing dog would keep us wide awake at night, although it'll probably save us having to turn the light on to read...

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ams4127

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alan14 I think I've got your dog's sister!!

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interzone55

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ams4127

You're more than welcome to take her brother of our hands, or more accurately, feet :-)

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cycoze

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Unbelievable! man can mess about trying to make novelty pets when there are thousands of animals being dumped or unnecessarily put down because they are unwanted, very sad.

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