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I think most vets will only sell you a whole bottle as they just don't use it often. Draxxin is a very effective drug for respiratory issues, but you need to make sure that you get the drug into the rat early enough for it to have an effect.
- Sat Nov 05, 2011 8:51 pm
- Forum: Making up a mix
- Topic: what do you think to this?
- Replies: 16
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There's plenty of protein in nuts and seeds. I don't see that you need to add dog food as well. I personally have found the pasture mix to be a bit rubbish, and that the rats lose condition on it, and they don't eat half of it as it's mostly pellets, so the pellets break down into dust in the cage. ...
- Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:16 pm
- Forum: Show your set up
- Topic: Large and Wide Aviary Cages
- Replies: 25
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One of my Montana Aviaries. Can't get a head on photo as the room isn't big enough for me to get that far away! It's currently occupied by 7 does.. Cage calculator says something like 30.
Rats can get warts, if it is a wart it probably won't be bigger than a pea - so it does sound possible. I would leave it alone, I had a rat with a wart on his tail, and eventually it fell off by itself, I wouldn't use human wart removal cream or anything else on it. If it gets to a stage where it's ...
Antibiotics can cause diarrhoea, but it could be the calcivet or probiotic you've put in the water, if you go abroad they often recommend that you don't drink the local tap water, as the mineral content is different and it can make you ill, so I always feel the same principal applies to animals - so...