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Small Furry Pets Magazine

(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Coverage of all aspects of choosing and caring for all types of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, mice, rats, and more recent arrivals on the scene such as degus, reflecting the dynamic nature of this sector. News, health care, breeder profiles, reader competitions and more with the emphasis throughout being placed firmly on responsible ownership.

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Small Furry Pets  |  No.11 Introducing Angoras  


It’s nearly that time of year again, and so we thought
it might help with drawing up Christmas lists if
we gave you a few ideas now, as to what you
might want to get for your pets or receive as a gift
yourself. There are some great seasonal offerings this year that will keep your
pets amused well into 2014.
With colder weather likely to be approaching rapidly as well, be prepared for
the worst, and make sure now that any guinea pigs or rabbits that are living in
outdoor hutches will be well-protected. Stock up on bedding for them, so they
can stay snug, and give their quarters a general check-over, carrying out any
repairs that may be necessary.
Be certain that the base is secure, and that the hutch timbers generally are
not starting to rot. The roofi ng felt may need to be replaced, if there are signs of
damp penetrating into the hutch from above. Check clasps and locks as well, as
these can become rusted up. It is a good idea to oil them well now in any case,
so that they should not freeze if they become wet. This can otherwise make
opening the hutch very diffi cult on a frosty morning.
It is also a good idea to have a spare water bottle, so that if the temperature
dips below zero, you can then swap these round easily, rather than having to
trudge indoors and out again to thaw out the ice. Keep an eye on the weather
forecast when it is likely to turn cold, and do not fi ll drinkers to the top at this
stage. Otherwise the water may crack the drinker as it expands into ice.
Even if your pets are not outside, it will be worthwhile getting in some extra
food, so that you should have enough to last through a bad cold spell.
Finally, we had a fantastic response to our Rosewood competition, giving
you the chance to win one of their special £100 hampers. See if you were one
of the lucky winners on page 58. If not, we’re planning to have another exciting
competition in our next issue, which goes on sale on Christmas Eve!
Coverage of all aspects of choosing and caring for all types of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas, mice, rats, and more recent arrivals on the scene such as degus, reflecting the dynamic nature of this sector. News, health care, breeder profiles, reader competitions and more with the emphasis throughout being placed firmly on responsible ownership.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Small Furry Pets magazine subscription.

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2 Customer Reviews
   So cute Reviewed Tuesday, July 16, 2013
What a great magazine, really interesting read and great pictures. We are now thinking about getting Degus. It good to know more about how to properly look after our lovely pets
   Furry fun Reviewed Sunday, November 25, 2012
Just love this magazine
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Small Furry Pets   |   No.11 Introducing Angoras   


It’s nearly that time of year again, and so we thought
it might help with drawing up Christmas lists if
we gave you a few ideas now, as to what you
might want to get for your pets or receive as a gift
yourself. There are some great seasonal offerings this year that will keep your
pets amused well into 2014.
With colder weather likely to be approaching rapidly as well, be prepared for
the worst, and make sure now that any guinea pigs or rabbits that are living in
outdoor hutches will be well-protected. Stock up on bedding for them, so they
can stay snug, and give their quarters a general check-over, carrying out any
repairs that may be necessary.
Be certain that the base is secure, and that the hutch timbers generally are
not starting to rot. The roofi ng felt may need to be replaced, if there are signs of
damp penetrating into the hutch from above. Check clasps and locks as well, as
these can become rusted up. It is a good idea to oil them well now in any case,
so that they should not freeze if they become wet. This can otherwise make
opening the hutch very diffi cult on a frosty morning.
It is also a good idea to have a spare water bottle, so that if the temperature
dips below zero, you can then swap these round easily, rather than having to
trudge indoors and out again to thaw out the ice. Keep an eye on the weather
forecast when it is likely to turn cold, and do not fi ll drinkers to the top at this
stage. Otherwise the water may crack the drinker as it expands into ice.
Even if your pets are not outside, it will be worthwhile getting in some extra
food, so that you should have enough to last through a bad cold spell.
Finally, we had a fantastic response to our Rosewood competition, giving
you the chance to win one of their special £100 hampers. See if you were one
of the lucky winners on page 58. If not, we’re planning to have another exciting
competition in our next issue, which goes on sale on Christmas Eve!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Small Furry Pets magazine print subscription.
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