Diabetes in rodents

With our small rodent friends it is a recurring "diabetes" problem. Campbelli Dwarf Hamsters in particular are very sensitive, but also with the Russian Dwarf Hamster, Chinese Dwarf Hamst
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DIABETES IN RODENTS

With our small rodent friends it is a recurring "diabetes" problem. Campbelli Dwarf Hamsters in particular are very sensitive to it, but also with the Russian Dwarf Hamster, Chinese Dwarf Hamster, Mice, Guinea Pigs and Degus, diabetes is a frequent occurrence.

THE DEVELOPMENTS AROUND DIABETES

We have been following the developments surrounding this issue for years. It seems to have increased lately. Specialists think that it may have to do with breeding density and a lack of diversity in genes within the Netherlands. An important task is therefore reserved for the breeders. beside


QUALITY OF RODENT FEED GUARANTEED

We believe that rodent nutrition should always be established in collaboration with a veterinarian, examined in a laboratory and packaged under the most optimal conditions. If this is not done, the quality of the food cannot be 100% guaranteed. Vitamins are volatile or UV sensitive. Packaging must therefore never be transparent. In addition, packaging must be packaged under special conditions or essential nutrients may be lost. The path that a natural component must travel must also be as short as possible to guarantee absolute freshness.

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