How To Properly Care For Your Pet When He Or She Gives Birth (Or Gives Birth) In Your Home (Or On The Road)

A mouse that has given birth should be disturbed as little as possible. He may become agitated and abandon the babies. The mice and cage are left alone for the first couple of weeks. Place strips of toilet paper or facial tissue in the cage so mom can build a soft nest. Make sure you are feeding a high-quality diet with lots of protein. Don't try to handle the babies at all for at least two weeks. It is best to get your mouse from a store that separates males from females at a young age. Avoid surprises like this. If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately. They have examined your pet, know the pet's health history, and can make the best recommendations. For more information on Small pets, visit SmallPets International. . . .

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