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so this might seem kind of an odd question but here goes. we own two hedgehogs, their bedding is ground cardboard, really fluffly stuff. would it be ok to add the used stuff to my nightcrawler bin?
we have been using this bedding on all of the rats, mice and most of the small animals at the shop and at home, and it seems to be very popular with customers. This is what the Suppliers say about it :- This soft, dust free, highly absorbent tea bag
What brand of bedding does everyone use for their rats and/or mice? Taking dust, absorbency, etc into account. I have one more bag of Harlan Teklad shredded aspen left and I like it because it is relatively no/low dust, but would prefer to use something
Just me again, asking more questions Eventually I'd quite like my rabbit to litter train my rabbit, and use fleece as a bedding, but as the rabbit won't be litter trained when I first get him, should I use another bedding? I don't know if fleece is reall
So I'm dirt poor right now. Literally lol! I need to come up with a temporary adjustment to the bedding situation for my mouse hoards. I've only got 5 months of training to go till I can start my externship and sit for my vet tech license. Until the
Wasn't sure if to put this in here or the infirmary, I blame the fact that I'm new I was wondering if you could all throw some suggestions my way with what you guys use in your buns hutch. Tigger has litter trained herself (which amazed me as she is s