Ferrets are carnivores meaning that the majority of their diet needs to be made up of meat and animal products. They have a very high metabolic rate and need to have access to food and fresh water.
Guinea pigs have two long slender incisors at the front of their mouth on both their upper and lower jaws as well as four ‘cheek’ teeth on each occlusal surface at their back of their mouth.
Parrots are inquisitive animals that love to chew on almost anything. One of the problems we see regularly is when they accidently ingest items that they were never supposed to eat!
Rabbits can be stubborn when it comes to their food. Here are some tips to try to get your rabbit to eat more hay.
Floppy rabbit syndrome is one of the more dramatic and alarming conditions that a rabbit owner can experience. Fortunately, the prognosis for most cases is good with proper supportive care.