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What is my guinea pig trying to tell me?

Shrieking is definitely a sound you don’t want to hear your little friend(s) make! It is the sound of pain, fear, or both. If this occurs, definitely do everything you can to get to the root of the problem.


Supplies You’ll Need Before Bringing Home Your Pet Hedgie

Hedgehogs need some kind of heat source all year long. Their cage should be kept at a constant 75-77 degrees Fahrenheit.


Holiday Tips for Ferret Safety!

As the holiday season rolls around, make sure that your furry ferret friends are safe and sound with a few safety tips!


Things to Consider Before Adoption

Adopting a pet is an exciting and life-changing decision. If you are ready to make it, that’s awesome. Before you dive in, though, make sure you’ve thought everything through. Adopted pets deserve to have homes they can count on.


Helping Your Rabbit Use a Litter Box

Normally when we hear the term litter box we think of cats, but rabbits do well with litter training too. Here are some steps you can take to help your rabbit learn where to go


Get Your Hamster on Your Sleeping Schedule

Hamsters are naturally nocturnal; changing their sleep habits can be potentially hazardous for their health. This can mean a shorter lifespan, more irritability and lowered immune system function.


Basic Hamster Tricks

The most important thing is getting the hamster used to the sound of your voice, and smell. So, don’t shower for a week before attempting the trick. Just kidding! Maintain your regular hygiene, but let your hamster smell your hands regularly, and tal


Sugar Glider diet

Sugar gliders are a very special animal. They are cute, fluffy, have great big eyes, and they can glide from tree-to-tree. Having a sugar glider as a pet can be an owner’s nightmare when it comes to giving it a great diet.


The sugar glider is a marsupial, like a kangaroo or wombat.


It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a Flying Sugar Glider?

Sugar gliders are small furry animals native to Australia, New Guinea and some surrounding islands. Their name also serves as a short description of them, they like to eat practically anything sweet, and they have a membrane that stretches from their