Rabbits, Hamsters (all varieties), Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, Gerbils & Chinchillas
Cute and cuddly, friendly and playful, there is no doubt that small animals such as hamsters, chinchillas, guinea pigs, gerbils, rabbits, mice, rats and ferrets make wonderful pets. Most pet parents enjoy their time spent playing with their hamster, gerbil or mouse through interactive small animal supplies, such as run-about balls or super pet cruisers. Additionally, it’s always a delight to see your pet rabbit or ferret hop from level to level in their multi-level small animal cages. As with any pet, it’s important to learn about the animal prior to bringing them home. For instance, of the many small animal cages available, it’s helpful to know which type would best suit your pet hamster or guinea pig. Secondly, knowing which type of food, bedding and other small animal supplies are preferred by your pet mice would help you better accommodate them. Ensure the health, vitality and playfulness of your small animals by learning more about their care and maintenance.
Gerbils & Hamsters
Gerbils are small rodents and social animals who prefer to live in family groups. Hamsters are nocturnal rodents who prefer to live solitary lives. Learn more about the feeding habits, housing needs, diseases, and behavior of gerbils and hamsters.
Guinea Pigs & Chinchillas
Guinea pigs, also known as cavies, are from South America, and have some special dietary needs. Chinchillas are quiet, shy animals that originated in South America, which explains some of their environmental needs. It is important to have the proper housing ready before getting your guinea pig or chinchilla, and to know as much as possible about their behavior, diet, and common diseases.
Mice & Rats
Pet mice come in an incredible array of colors, and their playful antics make them fun to watch. Rats are a very good choice of pet for households with responsible children. They are gentle, intelligent, interactive, and can be taught numerous tricks. Keep mice and rats healthy and happy through good nutrition, proper housing, and awareness of potential disease problems
Rabbits are very popular pets and can be kept indoors or outdoors, if properly housed. Most indoor rabbits can be litter-trained. Providing good nutrition, exercise, and gnawing toys will help keep them healthy. They are prone to diseases if stressed or kept in unsanitary conditions.