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Capybaras can be housebroken as long as they have something they'll fit into that'll hold enough water to let them take care of business.  I'm quite certain I wouldn't want a pet that has to get soaking wet every time Nature calls.  Plus, those top incisors scream "rodent!"

Dogs are wonderful, cats are fabulous, but those are the only critters I'd allow in my house (besides Eddie, and sometimes that's because I don't have much choice).



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Capybaras can be housebroken as long as they have something they'll fit into that'll hold enough water to let them take care of business.  I'm quite certain I wouldn't want a pet that has to get soaking wet every time Nature calls.  Plus, those top incisors scream "rodent!"

Dogs are wonderful, cats are fabulous, but those are the only critters I'd allow in my house (besides Eddie, and sometimes that's because I don't have much choice).


Capybaras are the largest rodent on the planet, growing to 150lbs. They're also very intelligent, very social and a very bad idea to have as a pet.

They have sparse hair and sensitive skin. They require a pool or pond and mud to protect their skin from sunburn. They require a family group consisting of one male and a number of females groucho_marx_emoticon_by_jakarnilson.gif.

They are also one of the most laidback animals you will ever meet.

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