Small Animals

Featured: So Fresh, So Clean

’Tis the season for holiday gatherings, when the common areas of the home see a lot of traffic from visiting family, friends, neighbors and co-workers. And as those guests make their way from room to room, an unwelcome pet-related smell emanating from a small animal’s habitat or litter box should not follow them and risk […]

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Critter Beginner

Like dogs and cats, small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and mice make great pets for beginners. But for any consumer looking for their first critter, the path to getting an ideal pet can be overwhelming. Not only do prospective owners need to know which type of small animal would make an ideal addition […] Read More →

Chew on This

According to the California-based nonprofit House Rabbit Society, chewing is a natural and necessary part of bunny behavior, as their teeth are constantly growing. And rabbits aren’t the only ones in the small animal sector who are known as active chewers: Guinea pigs and chinchillas love to gnaw and nibble, too. Although cardboard, towels and […] Read More →

The Furry Thief

Ferrets are a popular pet among many consumers, which translates to good business for retailers to have them in their stores. And considering how these critters are in demand, which makes them “good for business,” it’s only fitting that a group of ferrets is called a business. But there is a lot to know about […] Read More →

Hearty Munchies

Just like humans need a diet that caters specifically to them, small animals require the same thing based on their age, lifestyle and state of health. Food and treats for small animals cover a wide range of products due to the variety of nutritional profiles of the different species of critters. The kind of foods […] Read More →

It’s a Small World

Critters are small and so are their habitats. At least, that’s how it seems to humans. But to critters, their habitat is more than just a pet’s home; it’s a big, wide world where they play, sleep, eat, exercise and forage. Everything in a small animal’s environment needs to be pleasant, safe and comfortable is […] Read More →

The Daily Grind

It’s important for pets to have a long, healthy lifestyle, and small animals are no different, especially with their smaller frames. With a basic routine of nutritional food, plenty of exercise and lots of tender, loving care, pet owners have the recipe for an ideal, happy lifestyle for their critters. Maintaining this routine on a […] Read More →

Nibble and Run

While hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, chinchillas, ferrets, rabbits and other small animals belong to the same family, they require species-specific care. Some may be affected by diseases unique to their species. For example, wobbly hedgehog syndrome is a neurological disease that affects hedgehogs. But across the board, all small animals have common medical problems that […] Read More →

Tiny, Mighty Chewers

Critters prove that size doesn’t matter, especially when it involves oral health. For instance, guinea pigs have top and bottom incisors that are easily identifiable and visible, but in all, they have 20 teeth. And a guinea pig’s incisors can grow up to nearly two centimeters, which may seem like a measly size compared to […] Read More →

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