Chlorine?

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sluedu09

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I wouldn't think so. They absorb water through their vent, so they would be getting the chemical into the system.
 
jortiz9758":6s2z23ws said:
Do you mean non filtered, as in Tap water? If so that is ok. Chlorine levels in that are not harmful at all.
Yep! Unless you can smell the chlorine, then it should be fine for any animal.
 

sluedu09

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Whoops! I thought you meant to take him in the pool! I didn't even think about tap water...that's what I bathe mine in all the time...sorry... :D
 
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