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General Bird Care

Care well for your pet bird and the sensitive, intelligent companion will introduce you to a world of cheerful song and brilliant plumage.

General Fish Care

Ready to get your feet wet as a first-time fishkeeper? Come on in—the water's fine!

General Guinea Pig Care

They're not pigs and they’re not from New Guinea! Read on to find out what these South American natives need to stay happy and healthy.

General Hamster Care

They may be small, but these little guys are BIG on personality. Do you have what it takes to be a hamster pet parent?

General Iguana Care

Learn how to care for your pet iguana, that would be your loyal reptile companion for the next 15 - 20 years.

General Mouse Care

Thinking of getting a mouse? You're in good company. The domestic mouse - not to be confused with the kind you'd find in a field or attic - has been kept as a pet for centuries.

General Rabbit Care

Some bunny out there wants to be a part of your family—but he has special requirements to stay happy and healthy. Here's what to do.

General Sugar Glider Care

Learn how to care for these tiny nocturnal marsupials that are very social and have an amazing gliding membrane.

Heatstroke and Overheating in Small Pets

Some small pets are susceptible to overheating, especially guinea pigs, chinchillas, and rabbits. Animals overweight or with heavy fur are also more prone to heat stress.

Nutrition and Diet Requirements for Rabbits

The cornerstone of any good adult rabbit diet consists of quality pellets, fresh hay, water, and fresh vegetables. Ensure your rabbit receives proper nutrition.



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