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Are Rats Housetrained?

Take advantage of the fact that rats are house-trained animals. Start potty training the rats as soon as possible. First you need to find out where the Rats relieve themselves. You then have to place or hang a toilet in that spot, but be careful! Rats are lazy and will prefer the nearest spot. Do you have multiple floors? Then install multiple toilets to increase the chance of success!

How do you potty train rats?

To help the Rats, it is best to first put the droppings that are still placed next to the toilet in the toilet yourself. This way you send a signal that it should only be done in that location. The animals will go by the smell and do their business in that place.

As an additional aid there is the pee stone! Rat experts agree that rats, for whatever reason, love to pee on and around a rock. This can therefore be a perfect tool for toilet training the animals.

Which filling is suitable for the Rat Toilet?

An ideal filling for the toilet are special toilet fillers, which are specially made for a toilet and retain puddles and unpleasant odors better. Ground cover plants can also be used for this, for example take a firm granule such as Back 2 Nature .

NB! Always use a different filling in the toilet than in the rest of the cage, there must be a difference so that the animals understand that it is a different thing in which they have to relieve themselves.

Can you wash rats?

We do not recommend washing animals regularly. Although there are rats who love it, a wash often causes a change in PH value. In summer, a cool foot bath is definitely recommended. For animals that suffer greatly from parasites, a thorough wash can be a solution before starting an anti-parasite treatment.

Do Rats stink and does Rat urine smell strongly?

Let's face it, rats can be quite stinkers sometimes. Rats mark their territory by leaving small puddles. They often do this in places that are not always convenient for us. Fortunately, this no longer has to be a problem, because we have special tools for this, such as the CSI Urine Spray . This specially developed spray neutralizes and removes urine like snow in the sun.

Do Rats need their nails clipped?

It may sometimes be necessary to cut your Rat's nails if they have become too long. Do not do this with standard kitchen scissors! There are special nail scissors for this that cut in a round manner. The nail of rodents has a round shape, cutting with straight scissors can cause the nail to be cut incorrectly or even painfully, always use special nail scissors for rodents for this.

When cutting, pay attention to the "life" of the nail and never cut it. Life is a very sensitive nerve, if you cut it it will hurt a lot and the animal will have a negative experience from the cut, which may cause it to be afraid the next time. Therefore, always give something tasty as a reward after a haircut!

Should You Brush Rats?

From the coat perspective, rats do not need to be brushed. They do not have a coat that can become matted and unlike a Rabbit, the coat is very easy to maintain. Yet many Rats enjoy being brushed with a soft brush. This has more of the function of stroking/massaging than brushing, but it gives the animals relaxation and strengthens the bond of trust between owner and animal.

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