Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "rodent", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Chinchillas as Pets

09th January 2012
You might be thinking about buying a chinchilla.If not for you, then perhaps for a loved one or for your children. When you introduce a brand new pet to your home however, it really is of vital importance that you choose to have a look at chinchilla infor... Read >
Author: Jack Sterling

Turning a Garage into a Workplace or Other Livable Space

15th July 2010
A garage if not used will be the place for rodent and other harmful pests that may threaten the health of your family members. To get away from these problems, it is a good idea that you use this garage in the other possible ways to make more useful. Your... Read >
Author: clavinee

EXTERIOR RAT REPELLENTS

18th May 2010
Exterior rat repellents refers to the repellents which are used to drive away the rats and mice from the surroundings of the house. These rodents also like to live in surroundings of the house like in gardens, courtyards, warehouses and even in garages. T... Read >
Author: buyscram

How Do I Get Rid of Squirrels in My Vegetable Garden?

20th April 2010
Continuing our series on annoying animals in the vegetable garden, we move on to those lovely of lovely rodents the squirrel. Forget about a fence and aluminum pie tins for these animals. They will climb over the fence and probably use the aluminum pie ti... Read >
Author: Mike Podlesny

My Chinchilla Facts

15th February 2010
Chinchillas are a variety of rodent that did originate in South American. They have luxurious, tight, thick fur coat. In the wild they have a life expectancy from approximately 10 to near 20 years. Their life expectancy is greater in captivity with a span... Read >
Author: Dr Tom Goodman

Mice Problems in Phoenix

04th June 2009
When it comes to mice, there are two species typically found in Arizona: the common house mouse and the deer mouse. If you live in Phoenix, your culprit is most likely the common house mouse. While many might consider mice to be cuddly little creature... Read >
Author: Adam Spector

How to Get Rid of Pack Rats

04th June 2009
Arizona residents may have to contend with the occasional household pest. However, whether you live in one of the major urban centers, such as Phoenix or Scottsdale, or in the suburbs or rural parts of the Grand Canyon state, the uninvited guest can turn ... Read >
Author: Adam Spector

Protecting wires, cables and pipes from animals without harming them

18th November 2008
Animals, particularly rodents, cause untold damage to wires, cables and piping by chewing on these plastic products. Rodents chew because they must (their teeth continue to grow during their lifetimes and must be constantly worn down) while deer and other... Read >
Author: aversiontech

Celebrities and Their Chihuahuas

01st October 2008
Celebrities and their Chihuahuas has become a huge craze in recent years. It seems the popularity of these tiny dogs began with the Chihuahua that stared in the famous Taco Bell commercials. Then of course came Reese Witherspoon in the big screen movie Le... Read >
Author: Joshua McNiel

Cat Poisoning Symptoms - Rodent Poisons

22nd July 2008
Common rat and mouse poisons include anticoagulants and hypercalcemic agents. Both can be deadly if your cat ingests them and, in some cases, if he eats a rodent who has these poisons in its system. Anticoagulant rat and mouse poisons are the most com... Read >
Author: Jackson Spike

American Longhair Cat

21st July 2008
American Longhair or Domestic Longhair is a breed of long haired felines. It has long beautiful hair and a well structured physique. It is one of the commonest breeds of cats found in America today and is often bred along selective lines to create other c... Read >
Author: Ailurophile

Cat Behavior and Cat Hunting Tendencies

09th July 2008
Imagine some sophisticated hunting machine and individuals will surely think of their beloved cats. Cats are natural hunters and they possess all the physical tools, and proficiencies, required to chase the prey. They have adequate speed, athleticism, fle... Read >
Author: Martin Marks
Bookmark and Share