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I dropped my bunny off at the vet this morning for his first teeth trimming. Also the first time he has been under anesthesia :( I forgot to ask before I left and I couldn’t get through when I called. It has been about four hours since I dropped him off. How long does it take to trim/file a dwarf bunny’s front... show more

Are rabbits a rodent?

6 answers · 2 days ago
Best answer: Rabbits, hares, and pikas are distinct from rodents in various respects, for example they have four incisor teeth (rather than two) and they are almost completely herbivorous (whereas many rodents also eat meat). Rabbits are gregarious burrowing animals with long ears, long hind legs, and a short white bushy tail.

How to get bunnies back in cage??

6 answers · 3 days ago
So I adopted two bunnies two days ago. The first day they stayed in their hutch as they were too scared to leave. Yesterday they spent about 6 hours outside in my garden. They explored all of it and got a lot more comfortable. About 3 hours ago I let them out as I won’t be home all day but I need to leave in half... show more

Best answer: Only stores that allow pets, and it would not be wise to take your rabbit into a store that allows pets, as you're likely to encounter dogs, which will, at a minimum, stress your rabbit out. Rabbits are creatures of habit and don't like change or travel. Your rabbit will appreciate being left home when you... show more

Best answer: Maybe, many states strictly ban them. Where they can be permitted,it means demonstrating 1000 hours in primatology and there are requirements such as inspected keeping facilities, 'just to qualify' for a special permit. What it means keeping a capuchin: Imagine a spoiled brat child on steroids with... show more

Is my ferret actually neutered?

5 answers · 6 days ago
We just got two ferrets from Petco and they re both about 2 months old. We have another two that are 7 months and it appear that the two month olds still have their testicles. I m not sure if that s what they re but it seems to be. Our 7 month old clear has none. Was just curious if that s normal or they have still... show more

Best answer: No. The microchip is the size of a grain of rice, it has nothing in it that will explode. There is no electric current running in it, no moving parts.

Best answer: I don't think many try, no. They just are. But I think some studies revealed that when a dog does something stupid and gets a laughing response from its owner, they tend to try and repeat the behavior because they just know they are making their owner happy. A lot of funny things that animals do are rewarded... show more

Are snails vegetarian?

7 answers · 1 week ago

Best answer: Yes. Rabbits like all kinds of greens. Iceberg lettuce is not recommended because it is not very nutritious, but it isn't actually harmful. There are lots of back yard weeds that they can eat too.

Best pet to have in college?

19 answers · 2 weeks ago
Best answer: If you have space, and can afford the cage, then consider a pair of rats, guinea pigs, or even a ferret. The cages can be expensive though. Less expensive would be a hamster. Something often overlooked is a pair of budgies - they are actually very interactive and social pets, and can be taught tricks. A large... show more

Best answer: fish (goldfish, bettas, tropical fish, saltwater fish, etc), birds (parrots, finches, doves, parakeets, mynas, canaries, etc), lizards (anoles, geckos, bearded dragons, iguanas, chameleons, etc), snakes (pythons, boa constrictors, corn snakes, etc), hermit crabs (land and aquatic types), walking sticks,... show more