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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-14-2007, 11:30 PM Thread Starter
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Helpful Rat/Mouse Links

Here are some websites that those of you interested in acquiring a rat or mouse might find helpful . Even if you have rats and mice you should check them out...you might learn something new!

Rats:

Rat & Mouse Club of America (both rats and mice)
Rat Guide
ratsrule.com
The Dapper Rat
Pet Rats Canada
Pet Info Packets :: Rats

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Rat & Mouse Club of America (both rats and mice)
FinnMouse's Site
Eva's Mouse Page




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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-15-2007, 03:11 AM
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yeah those sitews helped me when I got my first mouse and rat!


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post #3 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-18-2007, 02:32 AM
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Thanks, for the links .
I knew about a couple of them but the rest were really helpful.

I have had mice in the past and in the near future (prolly for x-mas) I'm going to get rats so I'm learning all I can of them.
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Those are some good links.I know of most of them!! They are really helpful.




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these two forums where also very helpful for me to the mouse forum helped me find a very nice and very good local mouse breeder as well!
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Thanks for those links they were very helpful!
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Thanks for those links they were very helpful!
NP yeah they are great resources! I love the two sites...love the fact the mousse one list local Mousery made finding a breeder a lot easier on me perosnally!
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The Dapper Rat is personally my favorite rat site. It has such creative ideas, I just love it!
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Great links! Very informational and helpful!


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Thanks

Thanks for posting this. I used a few of them when deciding if a rat was for me or not.


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I just recently bought a fancy mouse. Well I bought two. I named one Rambo and the other Gizmo. After a week, Rambo was making Gizmo bleed. So I went to the local pet shop and was told that I could get a smaller male mouse to go along with Gizmo in order to replace Rambo. Thus, I adopted a regular feeder mouse. (Gorilla) Now Gizmo picks on Gorilla endlessly. I had no idea what to do.

Well, I went yet again back to the pet shop. The lady there said maybe another feeder mouse would help. So now I have 3 male mice living together. The thing is, the new mouse (not yet named) is more dominant than Gizmo. So Gorilla is still being picked on by Gizmo. I have no idea on this earth what to do.

I put Gizmo in a roller ball inside the cage for a little while to see if maybe just being with Gorilla and watching him would help. Please please please help me :/
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Male mice rarely get along and often fight to the death.The pet store is stupid.Separate the males.Don't worry,male mice do quite well on their own.




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well they have gotten better, the new mouse seems to be a bit of a bed *****. i've been told if they sleep together then they're fine? if not i'll def end up seperating them.
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well they have gotten better, the new mouse seems to be a bit of a bed *****. i've been told if they sleep together then they're fine? if not i'll def end up seperating them.
Nope, I'm afraid that male mice just can't live together. Separate them now before one injures/kills the other.




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post #15 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-10-2010, 11:29 PM
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if they can't live together, then why whenever you go to buy one, there are several living together? in one small tank? i mean if you go to a pet store, normally there are 100 feeder mice living together, and up to 15 fancy mice living together. all of male and female sexes.
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