Rabbits, and guinea pigs and hamsters oh my! Yes, we see many of these pets each year! Better known as pocket pets, these small animals each have special needs- sometimes the most important of these being daily handling and attention! While they are often a great first pet, we encourage adopters to be prepared to provide for the special needs of each animal. Examples are rabbits and guinea pigs need fresh veggies as part of their daily diets (romaine lettuce, and dark greens are the best!) All small mammals need to be handled on a daily basis in order to stay socialized. Lack of attention for even a couple of weeks can result in your pet being skiddish and begin to bite. Stop by and meet our friends, we would love to help you choose the right pet for your home!
Dig is a year old female gerbil. She came in with her habitat mate, Dug. Unfortunately, Dig and Dug were not getting along and had to be separated. Dig is looking for a home of her own. Dig has been at Talbot Humane since 9/18/21.
Dug is a year old female gerbil. She came in with her habitat mate, Dig. Unfortunately, Dig and Dug were not getting along and had to be separated. Dug is looking for a home of her own. Dug has been at Talbot Humane since 9/18/21.
Dimples is a 3 year old neutered male rabbit. He came to Talbot Humane when his family could no longer care for him. Dimples has been at Talbot Humane since 8/17/21.
Females 3 yrs old Loves fresh vegetables especially spinach and celery leaves and Timothy Hay and Gourmet Guinea Pig Food used to being around children, dogs and cats If you are interested in learning more about Pepper and Petunia please contact Rita at 443-786-3133 or email@example.com
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