Mice: Everything about History, Care, Nutrition, Handling, and Behavior

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Barron's Educational Series, 2001 - Pets - 95 pages
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Mice are easy to keep as caged pets, but they are delicate and must be handled carefully by children. This book instructs on all the essentials of keeping mice. Barron's comprehensive Pet Owner's Manuals are heavily illustrated and filled with useful information. They instruct owners on how to care for their dogs, cats, birds, fish, and other animals. Books give advice on purchasing and acquiring, health care, feeding, and much more. Clear, straightforward texts are accompanied by high-quality full-color photos and anatomically accurate line art, as well as helpful tables and charts.
  

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Contents

lntroduction
5
What Makes Mice Rodents?
14
When to Acquire
21
ife and Death
27
Feeding Your Mouse
57
The Basics
89
Handling
95
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