Rodents like chinchillas, hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, mice, and gerbils are technically considered “exotic pets,” but these playful and loving critters make great companions. Rodent owners everywhere can attest to their unique personalities and quirks. While it’s true that their cage or habitat will need regular cleaning, rodents are generally low maintenance compared to any breed of dog. Combined with their intelligent and typically social disposition, caring for these furry friends can be both fun and very rewarding.

January 27, 2024

Guinea pigs are herbivores, i.e., they only eat plant materials. Nutritionally, they require diets high in fiber and vitamin C and, as such, require foods containing these nutrients. Some of these foodstuffs are hay, fruits, and fresh vegetables. However, a common question many pet owners ask is if it is […]

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The Roborovski dwarf hamster is also known as the Robo dwarf hamster or the Russian dwarf hamster. It is one of the most timid, the smallest and cutest hamster species, which makes it an incredibly popular pet. In addition, the Roborovski hamsters are quite quick, active, curious and playful pets. […]

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