Mice breeder Sydney
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We have been supplying pet mouse food and products to our local area, randwick, mascot, botany, Alexandria, st peters and Sydney city for many years as small animal specialists we have a huge range of mice items.
Generally mice are not biters but any animal that is miss handled and or scared can bite.
While many people will cringe at the thought of having pet mice, Our thoughts are that they are extremely cute and no one will ever be able to make us think otherwise.
Young mice can often be a bit jumpy by nature but with a little bit of handling it doesnt take them long to tame up and bond to the owner.
Having two Mice is no more work than having only one and they can live in the same cage. Two rats will be entertaining to watch and will take some of the stress off of you in having to entertain them. Yes pet rats like to play.
If you keep more than one mouse be sure to either have two males or two females
Mice love to have toys and play. Toys and accessories must be provided and available at Birdsville aka Petsville. Your pet Mouse will love toys such as tubes, hammocks, fruit tree branches, gum tree branches, hanging bird toys, Bird bolt perches. Keep in mind that they will chew what you give them. We supply a huge range of Mouse cages in store at discounted prices. Discounts often apply when purchasing a set up with a mouse, call us in store to find out.
Pet mice for sale Sydney visit us in store at 684 botany rd Alexandria 2015
Petsville Check list of what you need to keep a pet Mice
- Quality pellets 95% of the diet we recommend Petsville Muse mixes, Vetafarm, Peckish mouse feed as it is the highest Quality, be wary of many super market brands as they may reduce the life span of your rat. At petsville our hughest grade mouse mix has legumes, vegetables, mouse cubes and protein biscuits. This specialty mix is only sold at petsville.
- Toys, Mice love to play and chew we have a huge selection of discounted toys at Petsville
- Hides, places for them to hide and sleep
- Hammocks – we have rat and reptile hammocks both are very popular
- Lice and mite spray – just spray onto your rat every 3 months
- Wormer – easy to do all directions on the bottle use every 3 months
- Mouse cage – We have sydneys biggest selection of mouse cages in store, as small animal specialists we always are getting new mouse cages in.
- Bedding – Hemp, back to nature, Kaytee paper litter, cat litter unscented, dust extracted wood chips dust , oz pet
- Bird bolt perches
- Shampoo – yes, there is a special shampoo with the correct PH so it will clean your rat without damaging the PH balance ask the team in store.
- Water bottle
- Food bowl
- Mouse wheel
Our Mice at petsville
Our Mice have not just been bred for colour and temperament, but have had different blood lines from around Australia to produce a stronger animal. Our Mice are not in bred. They will still have a short life span like all mice, but hopefully fingers crossed, breed out some of the common respiratory conditions and cancers. This is explained a bit more below. Our pet mice are also raised on Vetafarm Origin Rat pellets,petsville mixes, peckish, or selective pellets with fruit and veg.
Mouse cages and enclosures for sale
As a small animal specialist we have a huge range of mouse cages and enclosures. The most popular mice enclosures have more than one level and the mice enjoy climbing up and down. You will need enouph space inside the enclosure for the mouse wheel, some hides, salt lick, mouse tunnes to add into the cage
What is a Mouse life span
Being a tiny animal they only live about 2 years
Diet for the domestic Mouse
A proper diet is important for your pet mouse. Mice are omnivorous, which means they eat both plant and animal material. Mice love food in general and will eat almost anything you put in front of them, savoring every morsel. Mice love junk food just like us. Try to keep their diet as healthy as possible. Stay away from sugar. There are many healthy treats that you can offer your mouse. Hopefully we can give you some ideas on how to add some variety in their diet, while keeping them healthy at the same time.
some supermarket commercial foods are unhealthy and should not be fed to mouse. They may contain harmful additives, waste foods and chemical preservatives. Some contain (whole kernels of)* corn that could even contain fungus and mold, tiny seeds and also alfalfa pellets which are hard for rats to digest and they usually don’t care for it any way. Vetafarm Rodent Origins selective, peckish or petsville pellets are Quality feed that we use, which has been formulated by experts. A proper diet that Contains a specific blend of vitamins, minerals and amino acids for long-term health and general vitality. Fruit flavoured and extrusion cooked for increased palatability and digestibility.
My pet mice also receive a grain mix which includes but is not limited to:
Dry vegetable pasta twists (beet, spinach, tomato, carrot and squash)
3/4 green split peas mixed with 1/4 yellow split peas
Large natural oats
“Cheerios”, “Rice Krispies” and Corn Bran cereals
Pumpkin seeds – raw, unsalted
Dried cranberries or dried blueberries
Fresh fruits may include but are not limited to:
- Kiwi fruit
- Grapes (seedless)
- Honeydew melon
Fresh vegetables include but are not limited to:
- Mustard greens
- Collard greens
- Alfalfa sprouts
- Brussel sprouts
- Sweet potato raw
- Rice cakes
- Baby food
- Mixed baby cereal
- Chicken bones
- Dog biscuits
- Soya milk
- Fish sticks
- Cooked rice and pasta
- Cooked pasta and rice
Whole protein sources:
What not to feed Mice
- Too much cheese (use a tiny bit as a treat)
- Too much peanut butter can cause a rat to choke and they cannot vomit.
- Iceberg lettuce (full of water and has no nutritional value)
- Blue cheese dressing (toxic!)
- Red cabbage (causes gas)
- Artichokes (causes gas)
- Raw banana, potato skins, green or starchy potatoes (not ripe all the way)
- Poppy seeds can cause neurological damage and sometimes death
- “Junk foods” (chips, and fast food products and beware of buffet foods with preservatives in them)
- Excessive candy and/or chocolate. One chocolate chip, for instance, is fine and often acts as a bronchio-dialator which helps Mice with respiratory problems.
We hope this information will be of use to you in deciding what to feed your pet mouse. Please remember to consult your veterinarian to determine the proper care of your pet. This list is only intended as a general reference – it should not replace the advice of your veterinarian.
Their dry food can be hung in a food dispenser or put in a heavy ceramic dish that won’t tip over. This prevents little opportunity for fecal (stool) and urine contamination of food. Fresh water is made available and kept free from contamination by providing it in water bottles available in store at Birdsville. The tubes can become clogged with food debris, so they must be checked regularly.
Food consumption varies with the quality of the food offered, the age, health and breeding status of the individual, the environmental temperature, and the time of day. Mice tend to eat more at night, but day time feeding is also common. Water is best provided in bottles with, preferably, metal sipper tubes. Large square types with wide necks can be hung on the cages and are very good at staying on and easy to clean.
Having fresh water available daily is very important, as many pet rodents presented as “sick” could actually be de hydrated.