How do you care for the newborn?
Well actually you get a list of supplies u need.If u don't have it just call your friends that have children or think of alot of baby supplies that u need.U can probly get most of the supplies at Babies 'r' Us. PEACE!
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Keep it in a warm area. With some bedding. If it doesn't have any hair, they are very hard to keep alive. You can feed them some kitten milk from the local pet store. They nee…d to be fed a drop or two out of a eye dropper every 2 hours. They need a heating pad set on low. You need to put them in something that they can't craw out of. You will be suprised. They can craw out of small buckets. Do not get any milk in their nose or they will die. That is what happened to my baby hamster. If they get fur and their eyes open. You can then keep them in a fish tank with bedding and a water bottle with some bird seed. If they are that old you should keep them for a week longer and then let them go. If there is a male and a female the mice will multiply fast. Mine had 3 litters in a week. They have up to 7 mice per litter. And it is very very hard to tell if they are males or females. GOOD LUCK!!!!! If it has a mother then she will do all the work, but if it is an orphan, a newborn mouses first danger is the cold. Mice are born naked and need to be kept warm. But the mouse in a warm container with soft materiel such as cotton wool or bedding on the inside. Have a heat pad or lamp keeping it warm. Feed the baby kitten milk replacement formula about every hour with an eyedropper. As it grows older and begins to grow fur (ten days) you can start offering it solids, try some soft bread, perhaps try soaking it in the milk formula. The mouse will be weaned at three weeks, and will be independent. If you want to keep it, buy a cage, toys, food, a water bottle, and bedding. You may also need to buy your mouse a buddy, when you can tell the mouse's gender, try and get a mouse of the same age and gender. Mice are social creatures and may because very sad if they don't have a buddy. Also give the mice different nest making material. Mice adore making their sleeping nest bigger, better and more comfy, so put shredded paper and paper towel, fabric and other such things. Good luck with your mouse! hi every1 i would just like to correct some of the things said above (wasn't me). 1st of all you should never wean baby mice earlier than 4 weeks old to the exact day of birth. females can't get pregnant until theyre 4 weeks old so at 4 weeks old wean the males (which another thing are really easy to sex) keep the baby girls in with the mothers (if u have their mum) because although they can be weaned at 4 weeks old it is better for females to stay in with the mother untill they are 5 to 6 weeks old. always give the mumy mouse a minimum of 4 weeks break from breeding AFTER she has weaned her pups as it can kill mumy mice,shorten their lifespan and their babies or can cause a real weak mummy and babys. always cull down males aka put them in a container in the freezer its a sad thing but they fall asleep before they die (don't feel a thing). culling the males down will increase the chances of the others surviving,gives them more milk which helps them be healthier plus males are harder to sell better to do it in a way where they can't feel any pain than not being able to rehome them and have them and the other males rip each other to shreds which they will do. also the only way for mice to have 3 or more litters in a week is if there is 3 or more females pregnant at the same time. please for any other information on mice just email me on firstname.lastname@example.org i am a mice breeder and also have experience with rats
Keep it with the mom in the box until the puppies have opened their eyes. And if you want to hold it, wash your hands because there are some infections that humans can transpo…rt to dogs. If you plan to sell the puppies, be sure its at least 3 months old.
Intensive care for a newborn is a special care nursery where only immediate family members are allowed access to the baby. Either the baby was born prematurely or developed co…mplications that need to be monitored. According to my doctor when there was a threat my son would be born too early & require the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit), it would cost 7 times more a day than the baby being in the regular nursery & my private room.
The best thing you can do is leave well alone! Rabbits are very good mothers and will care for their kits perfectly by themselves. Just make sure your doe has plenty of good q…uality hay, veggies and water and let her do her job. Remember a mother bun will only feed her kits once a day, so even if you don't see her feed them unless the kits look bony they are doing just fine. If you absolutely have to hand rear kits it is good to be aware starting out that the survival rate of hand reared babies is very low, so it should not be attempted unless there is no other option. You will need to contact your vets to get appropriate milk to feed them, they must not be given cows milk. You should try to disturb the rabbit's nest as little as possible, however it is a good idea to check in the nest for deceased kits (baby rabbits) every day or two for the first ten days. During this time, it is not uncommon for kits to die. The mortality rate is rather high for kits (as it is with most rodents) because rabbits reproduce so quickly. Kits often die due to genetic abnormalities, or simply failure to thrive.
You try to leave it with its parents to take care of it usually that is the best way. if its an orphan, good luck. try looking on google
Keep it warm, generally with a heat lamp suspended over them. As they get older gradually raise the lamp. Make sure they have wood chips to nest in, food and clean water. B…aby chicks are a lot of fun. I raised my first batch last year, and they are all faithful egg layers now.
stamp on them to keep them warm
It depends if you have the mother. If the mother is there the best advice is to LEAVE THEM BE!! Put them in a warm room, and give the mother all she needs (soft blankets, favo…rite food, lots of water.) If you do not have the mother, you will need some sort of baby bottle to feed the infants, you will need to keep them very warm, and be there all the time to make sure they are okay. You can get all the necessary equipment from a vet or animal shelter. Animal shelters may even have a nursing cat that will be able to take on more kittens. I got my babies with their mother, so I didn't touch them. They normally have their eyes closed the first week, and can NOT walk at all at first. Then they walk like little turtles and have weak little whimpers. I let their mommy tend to their needs, and now we have 5 extremely strong and healthy cats.
Never touch it, you can look at it with a flashlight...don't let the siblings live with it forever. A girl can live with its mom forever, But NOT the boy!
you can get a febreze swiffer duster head and put it in a soda cardboard container
Keep them warm, leave out a price of lettuce in a cage for them, maybe a grape or two cut on half, and a bottle cap or something shallow with water in it for them.
In The Giver Book Series
Newborns are cared for at the Nurturing Center until they are placed with a family at around one year of age.
The newborn gerbils must stay with their parents for at least a month. Their parents will take care of them, and the mother will feed them her milk. When they turn 3 weeks old…, you can start feeding them real gerbil food, cheerios, and canary seed.
In Care of Mice and Rats
make it into bacon
In Care of Horses
they give it milk and keep it safe
well to take care of a newborn you need the right equipment, now because babys eat, cry, poo, wee, sleep you need the right equipment to take care of that challenge, hope that… answers everything