Do you have a gerbil that seems depressed? Depression is not only common among people these days but also can apply to animals/pets, including gerbils.
Gerbils’ teeth are regenerative, meaning broken teeth will grow back, usually in about four days. However, until the tooth has grown back, it will be necessary to help your gerbil by preparing them a special diet.
A gerbil's teeth and claws are always growing and getting longer. A lot of people will just let them grow and won't stop and think how this is affecting their pet. Explore three strategies for maintaining your gerbil's teeth and claws.
Gerbils are a unique and fun pet to own, but it is important to know how to properly take care of them. Here are some tips on how to take care of your gerbils.
A gerbil can be a fantastic addition to your home and family. They are fun, placid, and intelligent and make fantastic pets. But what do you need to consider when buying a gerbil?
Most pet gerbils eat store-bought pellets or feed-mixes. In addition to the formulated gerbil diets offered by pet stores, some gerbils enjoy the occasional fruit, nut, seed, or veggie as a treat. This guide outlines some common foods that are appropriate for pet gerbils to consume.
Do you want a pet gerbil but your parents don't like small pets? Read about how to convince your parents with research, responsibility, and maturity.
My family added two gerbils to our household and fell in love with them. Gerbils are a very friendly animal. They hardly ever bite, they're curious, and they'll often adapt to your schedule! Learn how to care for this fun and interesting pet.