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Raye - 2011-08-04
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Priscilla - 2013-03-04
I have a Dwarf Hotot, she looooooves to play! But im worried about leaving her alone, because of school. Whenever i get home, she seems very happy! I love the way she calms down whenever she knows im near her- when im not, she stands ln two paws, and waits for me standing! I LOVE HER !

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  • Anonymous - 2014-10-22
    as long as she has a companion, she'll do fine. do you mean the dwarf hotot rabbit or ferret? ferrets will do alright for a little while, but seem to do better with another ferret. the rabbit is a social animal and requires attention. if you truly cant afford another animal to keep it company, as long as you give it stimulation, or as its called in zoos, enrichment, like toys and the like, it should do fine.
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Amy - 2014-10-21
Hey I want to get a teddy guinea pig. They are so adorable! But I worry it might get lonely. My mother said i could have 1 so what do i do to make it happy? Just play with it and let it run around under supervision for a while? I will do what ever it takes to make it happy healthy and comfortable. Could I get help with this?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-10-21
    These are very social animals, herd types actually, and they really should have a companion. If they must be kept alone you will need to provide daily interaction and make sure it never goes for too long without attention. Even still, it may get depressed, so you'll have to keep an eye out for that. The best thing to do is ask you mother to let you get two... easier for you and much easier for the guinea pig.
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Kimberly Swanson - 2014-10-20
Last Saturday 10/18/14 I went to my moms.I came home later that night and found my male sugar glider (Fred) dead in the bottom of his cage. I investigated because the night before he was like he always was so happy and full of spunk. As I was investigating I found his face and stomach was wet but the cage and everything in it was dry. Then I noticed his favorite to was the only item in his cage wet it did not smell like he soiled it. It was like someone poured water from the top of his cage while he was looking up while playing on his toy.but no one was home with him but I have noticed someone has been coming while me and my husband are gone. Can someone please give me some of their input. Thanks for yalls time.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-10-20
    Sounds like you have a visitor all right.
  • Kimberly Swanson - 2014-10-21
    My husband said same thing. And the other day I got hint that where I live my landlord has been coming in while we r gone. Im also trying to find somewhere to rent to get out of where we r
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Louise - 2011-12-23
Ringtail Possums are not pets. They are wild animals and should be left to flourish in the wild. If you find a sick or injured possum please get it to a registered wildlife carer or vet asap as these animals need special care with an aim to release all animals. Please do the right thing by these animals and don't keep them confined in a cage, they should be free

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  • Lola - 2012-12-10
     Ringtail possums are protected species in Australia, and it's illegal to interfere with them in any way whatsoever ie. no trapping, and no keeping, despite the fact they can be pests in your garden. They easily destroy any roses you keep, and have a strategy of destroying (and ultimately killing) one tree at a time. Like all marsupials, they have very small brains, and while they're good at what they do (climb), they are not intelligent animals like dogs and they can in no way be trained as pets. As for house-training, forget it - they just don't understand and will wee and drop constantly wherever they are (including on you). When picked up, they generally ignore you apart from scratching you with very sharp claws when handled. In summary, they do not make good pets whatsoever. They're like opossums, but a bit more primitive and certainly less intelligent than a rat or mouse. You can get a wildlife permit if you have a very good reason to keep one, but this is expensive and only given if the animal has no alternative - having one as a pet is almost unheard of. In summary, they are protected native animals, and should be left to their natural environments, which if you're lucky, may include your garden. They are social animals and MUST be kept as a family group together, which effectively means you can't have 'one' as a pet. Lastly, anyone from Belize who tells you they've got them is a scammer - this kind of third world possum scam is very common.
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ike - 2013-05-14
i found a week old baby squirrel and hand fed him for about 8 weeks he was eating nuts and doing great i left the other day to help someone out to come home to find him dead his name was rocky and he was the best pet id ever had i always want him to be remembered love you rocky and we miss you sweetheart our house just is not a home anymore with out you love dad

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-05-14
    I am so sorry. What a wonderful experience raising him, but such a loss. My deepest condolences.
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karen - 2014-10-17
can a pet rat make a great companion for my 5 month old squirrel

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anthony - 2006-03-01
I have owned a couple of rats over the past few years and I will admit that they both have proven more inteligent than my yellow lab. If you spend a couple hours with them everyday out of the cage, they can be trained to be free in a room or even a house (with consideration to hazards,) to roam free. I had much more time with my first, I let him roam free on my desk at work, and he would try to wrestle my fingers and pencil when I was doing my homework. Very personable, very playful.

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Amber - 2014-10-14
Ok so today I was playing with my chinchillas I have one male and one female in a cage so my famale raised up and I saw two pink like balls by her front paws I don't know what there are someone please help

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-10-17
    From what I've read,  the skin on foot pads can simply dry out from time to time, creating a callous that's called 'bumblefoot.' They are dead skin and  can be removed by gently using a nail file. But they are closely attached to the live skin so they should not be removed by scraping or rubbing, as that can cause injury and may lead to infection.
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Ashley - 2014-10-14
My golden fancy hamster was healthy and happy, until today I picked him up and noticed a lump o his chest area. It does not seem to bother him, plus he eats,exercises,drinks and still loves to be handled! I'm still worried and I can't afford a vet right now.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-10-17
    A lump like this could be either a cyst, abscess, or possibly a tumor. It would take an examination by a vet to determine which it is, which is based on the location and appearance of the lump.
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