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6 in one 5 in another, i have 2 critters joined together..its not really big enough hence why im getting a couple explorers next week Chixie i apologize, ive been very het up and shouldnt have taken an admittedly innocent comment so to heart. Im sorry. Thank you for the appology What are your two n...
I didnt appreciate your comment, it wasnt what you said but how you said it. Ok,its up to you entirely how you interpret a grouping of words on a computer screen and i fail to see where i have been sarcastic What are the other options? You either spay her or neuter one group of your lads (both need...
Its great that you have decided to keep her but putting her through a huge operation just doesnt sit well with me or others from reading their posts. P@h staff (well with few exceptions) well lets put it this way, struggle to tell their elbow from any other part of their anatomy and very few people ...
So they had become a bonded group/pair then? Thats different compared to a new rat that has not been introduced and bonded with males.MistressSadako wrote: after they'd lived together for over 6 months
Last time i was in p@h (before xmas) it did say over the tanks that p@h do not guarentee the sex of the animals that they sell
If it is 'pretty easy' then the OP should have been able to tell as wellRatty_Rhian wrote:Surely their staff should be trained to properly sex a rat, it's pretty easy.
Fair enough for p@h to support a litter (food,cages) that resulted from them (p@h)keeping girls and boys together (as the pregnancy is not normally obvious when the girl is bought and you have extra expenses as a result) but i dont think they should pay because you failed to double check the sex of ...
To be honest p@h say that they cannot guarentee the sex of their animals and as much as i dislike p@h i dont think they should have to pay for spaying the rat you bought.
- Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:13 pm
- Forum: Health
- Topic: Question about using human penisillin on rat(s)!
- Replies: 10
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The rat wouldnt eat it when you hid it in food so you hid it in his water instead :angry: I honestly do wonder about some people, pray tell me,do you have any medical training? any veterinarian training? please do not give your pets (any of them) medication with out seeking advice from your vet. Cal...
- Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:18 pm
- Forum: Feeding
- Topic: Adequate basic variety you think?
- Replies: 7
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Id swap weetabix or the shredded wheat as they are both wheat I use jumbo poridge oats,cornflakes and rice crispies/rice cakes at the moment. Have a look through the cereals thread for ideas
- Thu Apr 08, 2010 9:29 pm
- Forum: Health
- Topic: Took Ben to vets today - came back on my own!
- Replies: 18
- Views: 426
Awww im so sorry to hear you had to help one of your ratties over the bridge. Im dreading having to help. You have a few options, a, get him a pair of babies to keep him happy b,Rehome him c, keep him alone for his remaining days with a rice/sock/cuddly thing for company d, see if someone can 'lend'...
- Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:00 pm
- Forum: Habitat
- Topic: Ideal best Litter and Bedding?
- Replies: 22
- Views: 293
I use newspaper as well, its cheap/free and the rats love making nests :D I simply dont have anywhere to store bales of anything else so for now im happy to use newspaper.Most of my rats are litter trained which makes life a little bit easier. I end up cleaning my cages twice a week(each half of exp...