Any cures for sick mice you can get without a vet visit?
(Please note that I'm referring to a pet store mouse and that I'm not trying to find a way around taking one of my own mice to the vet or anything.)
My guess is no, and I know you shouldn't get an animal if you can't afford the vet for it, which is why I've passed up on a lot on a lot of animals, lol. If I know for sure before I buy it that it's going to cost me tons, there's no way my parents would go for that. But I'm hoping that maybe there might be some home remedy or easily-accessible drug for the basic fluffy/sneezey symptoms that most pet store mice seem to have. I complain to the pet stores and tell them their animals need a vet and hope that they do something about it, but I know they probably don't.
I saw a really unique mouse at the pet store yesterday, I don't even know how to describe her color. Like a coffee mouse with white snowflakes all over her. But she was fluffy and her breathing was rapid. Is there anything that can be done for a mouse in that condition aside from a vet visit? Tetracyclene (sp?) or anything along those lines? I keep thinking about her.