Hey Catty-Ratty, for the Hemp could you also say that it's available in Germany? Thanks!
Best site IMO no prescription http://www.canadavet.com/revolution-C90.aspxJust thought of something else we should put in it. We should include places to get resources like revolution and doxy without prescriptions. Speaking of that I need some cat revolution. Where can I get it?
We'll be sure to include it. But until I get this thing pulled together, the basic rule of thumb is no blood, no bruises. They're usually okay. (I'm working full-time now, so I don't have the luxury of spending 45 hours a week here...)I'm a newbie and It'd be really nice if in the guide there was a section on rat behavior. When my rats fight I always get scared for their safety, even though it seems to be simple play or dominance fighting. I wish I would've known more about that sorta stuff sooner. >>
Unlike Hamster, Rat knows how to perform a number of trained movements such as taking objects, climbing to circus ...Hey guys, so a couple of you may have seen in the Lounge that we're starting a Beginner's Guide to rat ownership, an FAQ, if you will, and we need you to help get this ball rolling.
So, what can you do? Well...
If you yourself are a beginner, give us your questions. Some of us have been doing this too long, so remembering that some people have never held a rat (properly) before is where we become relatively stupid.
If you have experience, share it. You don't need to be an expert to write a cage review or hook us up with some awesome links. What's your favorite site for cage covers? Where did you learn how to dose Baytril? Is sewing hammocks easy?
How many yogies could a rat yogie if a rat could make it's own yogies?! The world may never know without you.
The point of this is that, as some of you may notice, our forum is full of information. But it's scattered everywhere. If we could centralize some of our core links, I think it would be much easier for those of us who are new to these fluff balls we call friends - uh, I mean rats.
Without further adieu, I'll start.
One of my all time favorite guides for sewing hammocks is:
Just download the free sheet and there's about a million different patterns.
Also, post some categories for this. We also composing a master supplies list of e-v-erything you'll ever need for rat ownership, from Oxbow to toenail clippers and zip ties. So, if you feel like taking an inventory of your supplies (which I found myself doing while moving), post them here as well.
Thanks a ton, and I know there are so many n00bs 😉 out there who are thanking you as well.