Rats: A Complete Introduction
Contents: The rat as a companion animal, origin and development, external anatomy and physiology, acquiring a rat, husbandry, handling, nutrition, behavior, reproduction, diseases, sources of additional information.
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External Anatomy General Physiology
Acquiring a Rat
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abdomen albino bacteria become bedding behavior black rat black-hooded body weight breeding brown agouti CCBB chromodacryorrhea clean color genes Coprophagy crates cycle diet dilute disease disinfectant Domestic rats dominant genes eggs ESTROUS CYCLE estrus Euthanasia eyes Fancy Rat feces feed forelimbs genetic gloves gnawing grams grooming hair loss hamsters handling heat hooded rat humans humidity inch incisor teeth infections laboratory animal science lactation light litter mammary gland mammary gland tumor mating mice milliliters ml Mouse Muridae Mycoplasma pulmonis non-dilute normal Norway rat nutritional Nylabone odors outbred overgrown teeth pellets pet rats pigmented pinworms plastic shoebox cage prevent problems pups quarantine RAT BITES rat's rats usually Rattus research animals rice crispie ringtail Ringworm rodents Siamese male rat sipper tube skin species stainless steel Syphacia tail urine veterinarian vitamin Water bottles whelping wild Norway rat wild rats wire mesh floors young rats young Siamese male