Our advice and tips for small furry pets
Choosing a small furry pet can be a great experience, especially for young children. They have a cute little animal to adore, whilst learning about the responsibilities of pet ownership. Guinea pigs, ferrets, gerbils, hamsters, chinchillas, rats, mice and other small furries require a lot of looking after so before you take your new pet home, it’s important to make sure whoever will be looking after it understands what’s involved.
Follow Alun's guide to the different lumps and bumps common in pet rodents.
So, you're thinking of adding a rabbit, guinea pig or hamster to your family. But should you get more than one?
Clent Hills Vets' nurses share cleaning tips for hutches and cages.
Head Vet Alun Edwards explains which parasites in hamsters are common and shares the signs to look out for.
Clent Hills Vets are hopping on board with February’s Pet Dental Health Month and bringing you advice on small furry pet dental issues.
Excess weight is a big problem for small pets. Discover why now is the ideal time to help an overweight guinea pig shed excess fat, in our article.
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Like all animals small furries have their own common illnesses and health issues.
Enjoy travelling with your guinea pig.
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