Most mouse owners find their pets hesitant to socialize. If you use this short list of techniques, you should be able to make your mouse feel safe, social, and affectionate.
If you've been caught off guard by a pet mouse pregnancy, taking care of them doesn't have to be difficult. Having recently experienced this, I chronicled my actions. I offer a step-by-step list of suggestions for properly receiving new pets into this world.
Knights wearing armor. Horses charging into battle. Swords, spears, and shields. Viking longboats. Castles. Solemn monks. These images come to mind when we discuss the Middle Ages. Although we call it the "dark age," a mystique surrounds this time...
The book is a common object in the modern world, but in the Middle Ages it emerged as a new technology. The process to make it was slow and laborious, and monks had to undertake many tasks to prepare a book for their patrons.
Pet mice may get lonely if they live alone, but they may fight if a new mouse shows up in their territory. After successfully introducing three adult male mice, I created a list of things of suggestions for anyone else who might need to do this.
Pet stores contradict themselves when selling mice; they are social animals, but if you put them together they will fight. Mouse psychology is complex, and their various instincts sparks conflict between them from time to time. With the proper understanding, you can tell whether your mice need to...
Pet mouse odor can easily be reduced using a few cheap and simple methods. Certain products available at pet stores can eliminate smells from the cage, and by cleaning carefully on a regular schedule you can stop your mouse from marking territory with his scent.