For some more cage ideas for pet owners, try also Quality Cages and Martin's cages.
Remember, no more than one small treat a day.
Give him a couple of weeks to get used to you. Then when you start to get him out for exercise, pick a small, chin proofed area to exercise him. The bathroom is good (make sure the toilet seat is down) because there are usually no wires in there for him to chew and not too many hiding places. Just scoop the chin us and put him against your chest. Hold on to the base (never the end) of his tail in case he tries to jump. Bring him into the bathroom and sit on the floor with him in the chin proof room. Keep the exericise sessions fairly short at first. Scoop him up gently to return him to his cage.
Caretaker of 2 dobermans,, 1 schnauzer, 5 cats, 3 goats, 1 parrot, 1 bearded dragon lizard, 11 chinchillas.
Rest in peace, Cricket, Casey, Bella, Yank, Chloe and Bones.