Choosing a Cage

When it comes to housing, small animals have minimum requirements. What matters most is that it is clean, safe, and comfortable. Size is one of the most important considerations - it should match the size of the pet you're putting it into. Cages range from a teeny 4 x 5 inches to several square feet or bigger. Rodents (e.g. rats, mice) require the least pace, while rabbits need of room for s...


Choosing a Small Animal for Pet

Rabbits: Rabbits are the most popular of the small pet animals owing to their cuddly and social personalities. While rabbits are playful and affectionate, they are not the best option for young hobbyists. Rabbits don't like being held for extended periods of time. A rabbit can turn aggressive, too, when held too long, scratching, biting, or kicking its handler until it is free. Like dogs, ra...


Health Care and Maintenance

While it's true that small animals require little maintenance, they depend on their owners for food, a clean and safe shelter, and exercise. Small animals have small appetites, but make sure to provide them their favorite foods on a daily basis and make sure clean, fresh water is always available. Hygiene is essential to good health - regularly clean and disinfect cage, beddings, and utensil...


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