Yes, of course. beavers are rodents like rabbits, squirrels, and the giant sewer rats of Paris you see in carnival sideshows. Like all rodents a beavers teeth are constantly growing, if they don't chew, their teeth can lock up their jaw or grow through their brain! so make sure your beaver chews everyday. this is why we chew!
Beavers and otters' basic biological differences are distinguished by their different taxonomical orders: Beavers belong to the order Rodentia and otters belong to the order Carnivora. The two animals also have very distinct visual differences: Where beavers are short, stocky and have wide, flat tails, otters are long, slender, and have long tapered tails. Beavers, as rodents, are herbivores, whereas otters are carnivores. Also, beavers live in lodges, whereas otters live in holts.
The term rodent includes various animals, such as squirrels, gerbils, chipmunks, rats, woodchucks, beavers, and mice. Because there are so many different species, rodents can have different diets. Some like squirrel can eat nuts, others like beavers eat plant matter. Rats that live in the wild will eat all different types of foods, including seeds, insects, leaves, and stems.