I built my two female rats a cage a couple of months ago and moved it upstairs so they can be where I am most of the time. They love their new cage and I can tell especially that Panda loves all the commotion, she is always at the bars sniffing to check things out. The problem is that whenever my dog or three cats walk by the cage, she jams her nose as far as she can between the 1" bars and tries to bite them. She bites me too, but since I have been bringing her treats and socializing her she doesn't jump at me like that anymore. But with them, she is on a mission to cause some serious harm! :twisted: My pets don't even pay any attention to the rats, they got over it after a week, but they still haven't learned not to get too close to the cage. My dog sat next to it and inadvertently ended up with a serious puncture wound in her ear that bled all over the place! My cats rub against the cage when they want to be petted, and Panda pulls out a huge tuft of fur every time. I'm scared that she will cause some serious damage. I thought this might stop over time, but it hasn't. What should I do?