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  • How do you stop a mouse from getting smelly?
    odour by controlling the formation of ammonia Such beddings promote a healthier environment for mice compared with traditional wood shavings and are highly recommended If your mice are housed in an aquarium if you are neglectful in cage cleaning or if family members despise your pets because they smell use innovative odour controlling bedding Cage Accessories Place your mice s food in a dish If you have a metal cage you can attach the dish to the side to prevent your pets from tipping it over and spilling the contents If you use a freestanding dish make sure it is heavy enough that you mice cannot tip it over Mice are not always fastidious and some mice will go to the toilet in their food dish Because of this tendency choose a smaller rather than a larger dish your mice should not be able to stand in their food dish You can buy litter containers and house train your mice Provide you mice with fresh water using a gravity fed water bottle A special holder enables you to hang the water bottle in an aquarium Do not use an open dish to provide your mice with water Mice will fill an open contained of water with their bedding and droppings and the water will become unsanitary and unsuitable for drinking The increased moisture from a spilled dish of water can also create an unhealthy damp environment especially in an aquarium type cage In case the bottle leaks do not place it over your pet s food dish or near their nest box The bottle s water tube should be a comfortable height for your mice to reach and drink from but should not be so low to the cage floor that bedding could contact the tube and cause the bottle

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  • How many years have you been in business?
    and Waterers Nesting Toys Books Starter Packs Beds Cages and Homes Food and Supplements Heating and Lighting Ornaments and Gravel Toys Books Starter Packs Equipment and Water treatments Filters Airstones and Pumps Food Gravel and Plants Lights and Heaters Ornaments Tanks and Ponds Books Starter Packs Baths Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport How many years have you been in business You can now publish a comprehensive FAQ Frequently Asked Questions knowledgebase that allows your customers to find answers to questions about your products and services and much more This FAQ was created to provide you with an example Update it to suit your needs or delete if not required Back to FAQs Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a forum to help reconnect owners and pets If no one s listed your lost pet yet be sure you report the lost or found pet here Interested in rare breeds Share your knowledge An over reliance on just a few breeds causes an alarming loss of heritage

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  • I have a faulty products, who should I contact?
    Waterers Nesting Toys Books Starter Packs Beds Cages and Homes Food and Supplements Heating and Lighting Ornaments and Gravel Toys Books Starter Packs Equipment and Water treatments Filters Airstones and Pumps Food Gravel and Plants Lights and Heaters Ornaments Tanks and Ponds Books Starter Packs Baths Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport I have a faulty products who should I contact You can now publish a comprehensive FAQ Frequently Asked Questions knowledgebase that allows your customers to find answers to questions about your products and services and much more This FAQ was created to provide you with an example Update it to suit your needs or delete if not required Back to FAQs Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a forum to help reconnect owners and pets If no one s listed your lost pet yet be sure you report the lost or found pet here Interested in rare breeds Share your knowledge An over reliance on just a few breeds causes an alarming loss of heritage

    Original URL path: http://www.tails.co.nz/FAQRetrieve.aspx?ID=14533&Q= (2016-04-27)
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  • Is there a particular reason why cats purr?
    Cages and Homes Food and Supplements Heating and Lighting Ornaments and Gravel Toys Books Starter Packs Equipment and Water treatments Filters Airstones and Pumps Food Gravel and Plants Lights and Heaters Ornaments Tanks and Ponds Books Starter Packs Baths Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport Is there a particular reason why cats purr Cats seem to purr for several reasons and in a variety of situations Some experts believe that the original function of this sound was a way for kittens while nursing to let their mother know that everything was okay or that they were content In a sense it was meant to reassure and the mothers would often reassure the kitten in return by purring back Back to FAQs Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a forum to help reconnect owners and pets If no one s listed your lost pet yet be sure you report the lost or found pet here Interested in rare breeds Share your knowledge An over reliance on just a

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  • Tails
    Packs Grooming Health Litter Toys Books Starter Packs Cages and homes Equipment Food and Treats Harnesses and Waterers Nesting Toys Books Starter Packs Beds Cages and Homes Food and Supplements Heating and Lighting Ornaments and Gravel Toys Books Starter Packs Equipment and Water treatments Filters Airstones and Pumps Food Gravel and Plants Lights and Heaters Ornaments Tanks and Ponds Books Starter Packs Baths Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport ERROR An error occurred Your web form must capture customer name and email address Please fix this issue and re insert your web form on your web page Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a forum to help reconnect owners and pets If no one s listed your lost pet yet be sure you report the lost or found pet here Interested in rare breeds Share your knowledge An over reliance on just a few breeds causes an alarming loss of heritage breeds according to the UN s FAO Community Reeve s Turtle 14 Jan 2012 08 39

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  • News
    Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport News Welcome to Tails The idea for Tails came about with the help of friends family and associates They were involved each in their own way Some because of the experience they have in the pet industry but mostly because like us they love their pets It occurred to us that with the variety of pets out there with the abundance of services products and issues each pet presents a community meeting place would be of benefit With time and a little help from a growing community of pet lovers here at Tails our goal is to provide helpful relevant information and quality products Use the site search to find out more about the pet breed product or service you re interested in If there is something you need and we don t have it yet let us know You have our word we will do the best we can to help you To that end please don t hesitate to be part of the Tails community REGARDS Emma and Steve TAILS Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News

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  • Books
    treatments Filters Airstones and Pumps Food Gravel and Plants Lights and Heaters Ornaments Tanks and Ponds Books Starter Packs Baths Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Books Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a forum to help reconnect owners and pets If no one s listed your lost pet yet be sure you report the

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  • Tails | Breeders
    Cages Equipment Food Nesting Perches Toys Waterers and Feeders Books Starter Packs Breeders Breeders Dog Cat Fish Small animals Reptiles Bird Services Services Boarding Grooming Health Medical Insurance Photography Transport Get yourself a breeder listing on Tails If you want to be added to our Breeders page fill in the form below send us some details and a photo or logo and we ll do our best to add it to the site We reserve the right to remove or suspend any breeder service providers listings posted on the site We encourage the tails community to promote their favoured Breeders and Service providers by sharing their POSITIVE experiences If you are generally interested in Dog breeds and breeders in NZ please visit the Kennel Club s breeder directory or the information pages on different breeds Required Title DR MISS MR MRS MS First Name Last Name Email Address Company Home Phone Number Cell Phone Number Web Address Attach File 100Mb Limit Enter Word Verification in box below Breed s available Services offered Expiry date for listing Date pets are ready to be homed Comments Your Cart Shopping cart is empty News Lost or found a pet Tails have launched a

    Original URL path: http://www.tails.co.nz/breeders_form (2016-04-27)
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