It's totally true. The biggest hearts can come in the smallest bodies...
...so don’t let your their size fool you. These little ones have big personalities, making them a great option for small pet parents. They're pretty easy to care for when you have the right supplies. Food, treats, a safe and interactive habitat?
We've got you.
Gerbils, hamsters and mice spend a fair amount of time in their habitat, so best not to skimp on what fills 'em up. Our bedding is the crème de la crème: soft, and super absorbent. Oh, and it's safe, too.
Most of our gerbil, hamster and mouse toys come from a very special organic farm, where the crops are even scythed by hand! The crops are turned in to the ultimate toys right there on site and sent directly to us, and we are thrilled and honored to offer them to our customers.
Human food-grade herbs, flowers, and berries smell fantastic, and taste even better. Plus, there are nutritional benefits, too.
Junk food snacks? They're not okay. Healthy treats? Hip hip hooray! STEP AWAY FROM THE ADDED SUGAR. It's dangerous. Offer your little our terrific treats below instead. (Sparingly, of course... and in conjunction with a healthy diet.) They'll thank you later.
Sure they're small, but gerbils, hamsters and mice need accessories too, right? Really, though... what little guy or gal wouldn't want an all natural teeter-totter in their cage? Is it more fun for them as they play, or for us as we watch?
Understanding why your hamster is biting is absolutely key. It’s all about making them feel comfortable. Biting is a defense mechanism. Hamsters bite because they’re scared or feel threatened. It’s actually a natural reaction, and stems from them being prey animals; they need a way to protect themselves. So where and how do we start to make them feel like they’re in a safe space?
When you’re talking mice, it’s sometimes hard to tell if they’ve come down with an illness. They’ll often disguise their sickness so predators don’t see them as weak or easy prey. It’s in their nature, whether wild or domestic.
So how to you tell if your mouse is sick, and what can you do to help them?
It's about time our littlest friends got some attention. Hamsters, gerbils, and mice may be small, but that doesn't mean their living space needs to be. "Starter" cages that don't allow enough room for normal behavior and enrichment can lead to boredom, depression, aggression, and even health issues.
Pick one of our locations (if you're in the EU, just choose the UK location). You're on your way to yummyness!