I was just wondering what they are like in captivity, eating requirements, size of container, depth of water etc. Anyone have a big guy?? I am aware that they are usually a wild creature, but here in CA they are killing natural species. I was wonder… more ›
Has anybody else bought a litter box for the hamster/mouse or other small pets?? I got one for my field mouse lucky and hes usin it! I got it so its a little easier to clean his cage and stuff. So if my field figured it out I recomend it. :)
Oakley got nuetered last jan. He has had three abcesses that needed to be lanced, along with antibiotics. After the third one the vet told me that he might have a disease which can cause this. Oh, and is transferable to other guineas. Has anyone ever… more ›
My brother's hamster doesn't know how to drink out of her water bottle. She knows that there's water in it, but she tries to drink it directly through the glass. She has put her mouth on the tube, but didn't try hard enough. How can we show her to ge… more ›
Looking at all the great photos on zootoo has pushed me to decide I need a new camera. I want a digital one. But do they make them so they can take videos too? Any brand suggestions? I need one that is very easy to use please!
See,my guinea pig cookie,I started giving her timothy hay..And she eats it like CRAZY..And everytime there is no more for her to eat She will screach untill she gets more..And now that she has the hay she barley eats her food..Or drinks her water,Is… more ›
What is the BEST tick repellant out there? We live in a wooded area and I've tried two different tick repellants - one that is all natural oil-based, and the other is a Hartz product. I've pulled 12 off her since our hiking/biking trip this past week… more ›
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Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›