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Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on September 16, 2009 | 4

I'm thinking of purchasing two degus, both females. I've got most of the basic info but is there anything that is super important for me to know?
NightwishRaven999
NightwishRaven999

Posted on June 18, 2009 | 1

Here are some weird and interesting degu facts that may surprise some of you. We humans strive to have white teeth (most of us, that is) Healthy Degus actually have yellow-orange teeth. An adult degu with white teeth is a sign of serious illness… more ›
NightwishRaven999
NightwishRaven999

Posted on February 21, 2009 | 2

Degus are very prone to diabetes. So logically their diet should be nearly sugar-free. You can find some good quality chinchilla or guinea pig pellets that contain no sugar or starch (this mean no dried fruits, no corn and no mollasses) Most of t… more ›

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