Pet rodent advice
Free expert advice for owners of mice, rats, gerbils, degus, hamsters and chinchillas
Make your own: rodent crackers
We all love to treat our pets and keep them happy. If you are looking to give your small pets a special something, then follow our steps to create some rodent crackers!
Halloween enrichment ideas for your pets
Get in the Halloween spirit with your cats, dogs, and small pets with these frightfully fun and spooky enrichment toys and ideas. Your pets will love them!
Finding it hard to care for your guinea pig?
We know you want the very best for your pets, but sometimes life can be unpredictable and you might find yourself in challenging situations beyond your control. This might make it difficult for you to care for your guinea pigs, but Woodgreen is here for you and your beloved pet.
Finding it hard to care for your rodent?
Small rodents including degus, chinchillas, hamsters, mice and gerbils all have very specific needs. Most of them live best in the company of their own species, if you were you rehome a gerbil, it's best to have two in order to help them live happy and healthy lives.
Foraging for guinea pigs
Although growing your own food and foraging for your pet rabbits and guinea pigs was once a traditional way of feeding them, it slowly became a lost skill as pets became more commercialised.
Make your own tube enrichment forage feeder
A tube enrichment feeder is a fun and different way of feeding your small pet their favourite forage.
What to think about when getting a rodent
Small pets, including rodents like hamsters, mice, rats, degus, gerbils and chinchillas are becoming firm favourites among many families.
Neutering your rodents: what you need to know
Neutering rodents is a fairly new practice, but it can have many benefits.
An introduction to chinchillas
Out of all the small animals, chinchillas are one of the longest lived and one that really needs careful consideration with regards to your future plans.
An introduction to hamsters
Hamsters are fascinating pets; they all have individual characters and enjoy exploring their surroundings. With time and patience, some hamsters can even enjoy learning basic tricks.