Full kit. This includes the cage, 4 bags of rat nuggets, treats and my 2 lovely boys.
Very friendly, just over 1 year old, no medical problems. One is neutered, the other is not.
Ronnie is the neutered fancy rat, he is very friendly and will cuddle once he gets to know you. He has been known to groom my ears a little roughly, but he is always meaning well.
Reggie is not neutered and prefers a quiet life, he will come out to steal treats but prefers to be a ‘cage maker’. He is always cleaning and making beds.
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Carry out the research so you have all the necessary knowledge of the pet you are getting. Since owning a pet is a big commitment, you should research about the breed fully to make sure it fits your current lifestyle and budget.
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They should be responsible enough to know that separating the rodent from the mother earlier results in medical and behavioural issues.
Why should you carry out puppy crate training? One, it is an effective tool for house-training your pup. Two, it makes putting your little friend in a carrier an easier task. Third, it serves as your pet’s “den” or territory that he can call his own. Canine pets, after all, are den animals.
A cat’s body heat is a tempting body warmer for several pet owners, and we bet many cats become easy preys for tight hugs and cuddles because of it. On the other hand, a cat’s temperature serves a more important purpose, which may help their owners in taking better care of them.
One of the first things you buy when bringing home a new pup is a dog crate. It serves as your dog’s bed and shelter. It’s also a safe place for your pup when you’re not around to supervise him. It is essential in providing boundary and confinement for the safety and security of the dog as well as the prevention of destructive behaviour. It’s also used in house training and dog travel.