Gerbil

Description:

Due to their small size Gerbils can be housed in a relatively small cage but will need plenty of room to play. They should be kept in pairs, preferably from the same gerbil colony. Gerbils need soft, non-toxic bedding. Offer them a small amount of fresh vegetables every day and an occasional bit of fruit. Chew sticks and hard pellets make great treats and are also good for gerbils, helping satisfy their need to chew.

Food:

Due to their small size Gerbils can be housed in a relatively small cage but will need plenty of room to play. They should be kept in pairs, preferably from the same gerbil colony. Gerbils need soft, non-toxic bedding. Offer them a small amount of fresh vegetables every day and an occasional bit of fruit. Chew sticks and hard pellets make great treats and are also good for gerbils, helping satisfy their need to chew.

Due to their small size Gerbils can be housed in a relatively small cage but will need plenty of room to play. They should be kept in pairs, preferably from the same gerbil colony. Gerbils need soft, non-toxic bedding. Offer them a small amount of fresh vegetables every day and an occasional bit of fruit. Chew sticks and hard pellets make great treats and are also good for gerbils, helping satisfy their need to chew.