Whats more tame a mouse or a gerbil?
If your rabbit is very tame, it's about the same but usually rabbits aren't as tame as gerbils So, most of the time a gerbil is more playful with humans and other gerbils.
The mice are very likely to fight and kill each other. Also, the wild mouse could have diseases which it could pass on to the tame mouse.
My gerbil is prone to biting but I found out on the Internet that if your gerbil bites you don't drop it or do anything to it because it needs to learn that you are not there to hurt it but to care for it and love it. So you will need to hold your gerbil every day for at least ten minutes and it will start to gain your trust and become your best… Read More
Yes, it is possible but very hard!
If a mouse has not been handled and socialized from birth, it will have a much more difficult time learning to be tame and to trust people. Some mice may never really be tame. But there are some basic taming techniques that will work in most cases, and at least improve the mouse's tameness a little bit.
yes the can if you tame the cat
firt you have to tame your gerbil. for info on taming go to http://exoticpets.about.com/cs/gerbils/a/gerbiltame.htm. I have two very tamed gerbils that dont jump out of your hand! and this website helped me alot!!!
Yes, but it will take time and lots of treats.
Meek - overly submissive or compliant; spiritless; tame. The meek mouse never escaped its cage.
Try to keep your mouse on the target as still as you can.
The only huge difference is that in a fish tank the gerbil wont flick things out through the bars, and in a tank your gerbils will also be tame faster as they have no place to hide. but a cage could be more fun for a gebil if it has lots of levels, ladders and platforms - but you could always add these to a tank with a bit of difficulty.
Yes, You can actually, my grandma use to have one. He was real tame.
mice can be tamed like other animals but aa takke time
Mice are pretty panicky and difficult to tame. Unfortunately, if the mouse is still biting then you haven't handled it enough or properly. Let it get used to you before handling it.
Talk to the person standing next to the horse. He or she will tell you if you can tame him, you can have him. You then get on the horse, and keep your mouse in the circle for a while. When the horse stops, you have earned the horse, and his trust.
What if your gerbil keeps peeing on your hand when you put your hand in and it keeps nibing me how do i tame it better also im not realygood with picking a gerbil up he keeps running around my hand?
Make sure you wash ur hands before handling them as if they can smell any thing on your hands they might bite.Other than that is just pick them up for a little while often so they get used to you.Ive got 10 gerbils and they all are very tame .
It depends on the gerbil. You see, every gerbil is different, just like every human-being is different. If you work hard every single day, it won't take long. If you do not train him much, it might take awhile. If your gerbil is stubborn, it will take a long while. We're different. So are gerbils. Yes, Wiki-Wacky Answers!
You should avoid holding a Gerbil by its tail except for extreme circumstances such as administering medicine. If you grab the end of it's tail it will come off as a defence mechanism and if you hold it too close to the base you can cause damage. Most importantly though, the Gerbil will think it very uncool and will take longer to become tame, no one wants to be waved about by the bottom. If… Read More
To tame Elmer, you have to stay upright in the saddle. You do this by moving your mouse cursor left and right to follow the moving target. You will get the horse to ride between towns, and a whistle to call him.
Yes, gerbils are wonderful! Hamsters may be the more popular pet, but why? They are nocturnal and get grumpy when awoken, which leads to excessive biting. Gerbils are diurnal, and take naps throughout the day, but are awake when your children are. Gerbils also bite far less than hamsters. And, best for the parents, gerbils are desert animals and therefore produce less waste, causing their cage to take longer to smell bad! If you purchase… Read More
Will the babies your female mouse had be tame or hurt her since they must be wild as you have no males?
Ah. You're lucky. You're baby mice will be as tame as mom, maybe even more, but smarter and healthier. They'll live longer. This is what usually happens with nearly all domestic wild hybrid. Most 'tame' or pet store mice are from a 'tame' stock bred to be more docile and for appearance and color. If one were to breed with a wild house mouse the offspring would have the potenial to be 'wilder' but if… Read More
It's an uncommon alternate spelling for gerbil (pronounced JERR-bill), which is a family of various kinds of mouse-like rodents native to the Middle East and central Asia. The most common type kept as a pet is the Mongolian gerbil. It resembles a somewhat large and more stubby mouse, but is distinct because of its shorter nose and fur-covered tail. They weigh about 50 gm on average, and are about 20 cm long, half body and… Read More
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it depends u will probably get bite but if u get it use to humans u mite be able to i wont do it though
whats domesticated mean--What kind question is that you stupid head. it means like tame and yeah and asjdof[asif
Gerbils who are not accustomed to being handled will urinate and defecate frequently when you attempt to hold them. Fear, unfamiliar surroundings, and the effect of being held are typical causes. Try holding your gerbil for a few seconds several times a day and gradually build up to holding them for longer periods of time. The more often you handle them the less likely they will be to urinate or defecate. Please keep in mind… Read More
they are all easy to care for and have the same lifespan. rats are alot more interactive and sweeter than mice and hamsters. rats enjoy interacting with their owners and can be trained they are more like little dogs than rodents. mice and hamsters are not as interactive and usually nip more often and take longer to tame
it depends on where your mouse is from - if its from a pet shop the mouse will not be tame and it takes a while to tame them. if this is the case spend lots of time near its cage speaking to it and then hold your hand in the cage for a while still talking to it. it takes a while but soon the mouse will become used to you - with my… Read More
Yes, you can tame Minecraft's llamas. You must try to ride it by right clicking on it, there is a random chance for it to become tame. If the attempt fails, it will make subsequent attempts a little more likely to succeed.
If you're talking about catching a wild mouse from your house or yard and trying to tame it, that really is not a good idea. Mice that are not socialized and held from a very young age are very difficult to tame. With wild mice--who have had to fight to survive, constantly running from predators and searching for food--this is nearly impossible. It will bite you constantly and search only for escape. While you could… Read More
Gerbils should not be sold at less than six weeks of age. Beware of anyone selling you one younger, as the gerbil will most likely not be easy to tame. A six-week-old gerbil pup can go for $3 up to $12, depending on who you go to. Large retail pet stores typically sell theirs for $10+, while breeders go for about $5-$10. If you mean raising them, it isn't the gerbil pups that will be… Read More
just put your hand in the cage. Be sure to be very still. Let the mouse come to you, they are very curious and will want to explore. It will test you when it runs as fast as it can over your hand. Don't try to grab it. Speak to it it a calm voice and if you folow this method in time your mouse will become tame. Have a lot of patience. Natasha Neguch
They have gotten smaller and more tame
It's probably best to leave it alone. If it's in your house, of course, and you want to get rid of it, you can buy a live trap, catch it, and release it a few miles from your house. (It has to be more than a mile, or it will come right back.) Don't try to make wild mice into pets, though. A mouse that hasn't been held and socialized from a very young age… Read More
Wild cheetahs live in the wild and they are, well, wild. they attack to get food unlike the tame cheetahs. tame cheetahs are more calm. but that doesnt mean that theyre gonna NOT attack anything including you.
You should tame with her which means to make her trust you. To make your hamster become tame, you should visit them more then once a day. You should also take him/her out of their cage and hold your hamster to make them feel safe and secure by cupping them with your hands. The more you do this each day the more she will trust you! Sometimes when you tame with her all the time… Read More
Generally no. Mice and rats are different species, and natural enimies. It would be instinct for her to kill the mouse. As with all pets, it is possible for her to behave completely different than her breed standard. I suggest putting the mouse in a wire cage and letting the rat come up to check it out. They can smell each other through the bars, and the mouse will be safe. You can judge how… Read More
Male parakeets tend to be easier to tame and dont bite as much. Females generally nip and are harder to tame however when you do tame both genders they are both wonderful. I have a male and a female Although I got my male first he is still way more tame then my female.
Feral mice: No. Not if you're in it, & even when you're not, it's unlikely to happen. Pet/Domestic mice: Depends how tame it is & how much it craves human attention to seek you out.
Tame* can have different meanings. For each meaning, here are some alternatives * docile: (e.g. 'I'm not sure if I prefer wild students or a tame ones!') * gentle, meek, compliant, obedient, peaceful, unresisting, submissive, subdued * domesticated: (e.g. 'Do you know where I could buy a tame leopard?') * domestic, broken, trained, disciplined, pacified, cultivated, friendly, approachable * bland: (e.g. 'That 'all action' movie was quite tame, in my view. I like something a… Read More
be normal ;-)
tame can be an adj: as well as a verb. tame (adj)= not wild; not dangerous or frightened of people tame (v)- make an animal tame so, tame is an action verb as well as an adj.
Play, play, and play! The more you play with them the calmer they will be!
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Tame is a verb. " I will tame the lion"
I would strongly suggest leaving it alone - a wild mouse, particularly one caught as an adult, is likely to bite and otherwise be dangerous and destructive. It is possible for you to get a variety of dieases, both from the mouse (such as hantavirus in the Southwest United States) and from the parasites on the mouse (such as the Black Death/plague caused by Yersinia pestis which is carried by rat fleas that will also… Read More
Not fully.They will never be tame like dogs but you can semi-tame them.
One example of a tame animal is a hare. A hare will not attack you and you yourself could tame it. Hence the name "tame animal." Any type of animal that you can tame would be, in my opinion, a tame animal. List of tame animals Hare Cow House Dog House Cat Goat
Which one? - River Tame - Greater Manchester River Tame - West Midlands River Tame - North Yorkshire
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