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  1. Reptile & Amphibian Discussion
    Anorexia is probably one of the most common issues faced by reptile owners. The reason for an anorexic period may be due to normal physiological changes (e.g. just before shedding, egg laying or hibernation, brumation, etc.). or related to improper management, such as poor nutrition...
  2. Reptile & Amphibian Discussion
    What is MBD? ​ Metabolic Bone Disease (MBD for short) is one of the most prolific nutritional disorders seen in captive herptiles. It is a captive induced illness (not observed in the wild), and the term is used to describe a progressive non-infectious disease of the bone which covers a wide...
  3. Bird Discussion
    Bread is very unhealthy to ducks and could kill them http://www.naturalnews.com/041831_white_bread_ducks_sick_wildlife.html
  4. Prairie Dog Discussion
    Hi! I am the caregiver to 2 female prairie dog pups that are approximately 8-10 weeks in age. They are owned by a pilot that is gone 25% of the time and the rest of the time they spend in my home. I know bonding is super important and I try to insure they get lots of attention! However, we...
  5. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    I reallly want to start making my rats own food, but I'm having some trouble with some of the ingredients. One thing I'm having trouble with is dried fruit. What brand should I buy--everything seems to have such sugar in it. I know I need dried cranberries and bananas. Also, what kind of...
  6. General Animal Discussion
    Hey guys, I'm trying to collect some data for a class I'm in about how people treat/view their pets. If you wouldn't mind, please take this short 12-question survey about pet nutrition.. if enough people take the survey we'll do a drawing on twitter for a petco gift card, so hopefully that...
  7. Dogs
    Hi, all! Okay, I have a dog...a boxer, who is LITERALLY skin and bones. How can I fatten her up without jeopardizing her health with high fat foods from our kitchen table? (I know, we shouldn't be eating those deadly poisons either :o) ). Someone said that I should give her puppy food...
  8. Rabbit Discussion
    While visiting a local pet store about a month back, I was recommended some food by the manager. It was called "Sano" ultramix. The packaging was cheap, clear plastic and the label was printed in black and white. He told me it had "everything your rabbit needs". Being a new owner, I bought the...
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