Pet rat really loves to be pampered
How to Pamper Your Pet Rat
Do you just love your pet rat? Or maybe you just got one and would love for it to just love you and think of you every second of the day! Do you know pet rat's just want to be pampered? It's true!
First, start by giving it a treat.A slice of carrot, some cereal, fruit, etc.
Clean it's cage every four days.This will make it clean, your room smell better, and the chance to switch up the stuff and make it so much more interesting for your pet rat(s).
Everyday, at least once, take your rat out and just give it a kiss and tell him/her that you love them.They will appreciate the attention.
When you can, clean off a table top or an area were you can set your sweet rat down to play and just play or cuddle it but make sure you allow them to sniff out the area so they feel comfortable.
Always give them fresh food and water EVERYDAY!!!! This is important so that your food doesn't make them sick from getting moldy or urinated on and keep the water healthy.
Remember you rat is your buddy and should always be treated so.
QuestionDo I have to change their food every day? Even if they don't finish it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, 2-3 times a week is probably sufficient.Thanks!
QuestionHow often should I change the water (bottle) in the cage? How do I clean the bottle?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerChange the water when it gets very low. Rinse it in hot water and scrub it with your finger. However, do not let the water go without a change for more than five days. Just rinse the bottle (and the spout) thoroughly with hot water.Thanks!
QuestionDo I need to feed him a variety of food or just the rat blocks and different treats now and then?CtlPtCommunity AnswerIt is best for rats to have a more diverse diet. Watch out with the treats. Too much sugar could be too fattening.Thanks!
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- Rats are very smart. You can teach them tricks by giving them a treat every time you want them to do something. It may take your patience but they will learn eventually.
- Try toilet training them by getting some cat litter in a little potty box and daily scooping the droppings into the potty box so they begin to understand that is the place for them to potty in.
- Let them roam! It will train them not to run, builds trust and allows them to have more fun.
- Try this food serving in the morning to help your rat have something yummy to snack on: Sunflower seeds, scrambled eggs, cut up carrots, sliced celery, cereal, peanuts, and torn up bread. Please note that if you allergic to any of these items, DO NOT use them simply skip the item(s).
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Date: 01.12.2018, 10:20 / Views: 62231