Wild animals can carry diseases, and vets that aren't trained for wild life don't treat them. But, they wouldn't know a wild mouse from a domestic unless you told him...or it's very apparent from their condition. i think vets dont treat wild mice because maybe they bite when a human touches them Usually it runs under the jurisdiction of "Wildlife." If you look it up in the phone book they could give you some help.
Of corse! There are vets that specialize in exotic animals - this includes mice! They can be treated from anything from eye infections, UTI's, respiratory infections, and surgery to remove tumors, etc.
Vets treat animals and doctors treat humans. In other words, a vet is like a doctor, only they treat animals. Vets are animal doctors
doctors use different tools than vets. vets use shots like traquilizers.
There are wild mice, but most wild mice aren't rabid....
you treat worms in puppies by getting them vacenated at the vets . And every month worm them also at the vets
Vets in the Wild - 1998 is rated/received certificates of: Belgium:KT
No. You cannot put wild mice and domestic mice together. The wild mice would most likely kill the domestic mice. Wild mice can carry diseases and would pass them on to the domestic mice, even if they don't kill each other.
Vets in the Wild West - 2001 is rated/received certificates of: Belgium:KT
Technically, yes, but the wild mice may carry diseases that could make both you and your mouse sick. Also, the wild mice may not get along well with your mice.
Wild mice like bologna.
mice that are not owned or that are not tamed.
yes they do.
same way they treat all other animals, with care..
take it to the vets!
Crush mice food or mice pellets
Your little guinea pig could have an infection or an eye condition and you should take it into the vets right away. Many people don't realize that vets treat many animals from snakes, frogs, mice, rats, rabbits, etc.
Not all mice are wild. You can buy domestic mice from a pet shop, they have been bred to be tame. Though most mice are wild, they are the kind that live outside and sometimes in people's houses. Wild mice are pests because they can endanger native animals and invade people's houses. Pet mice are actually really good though.
they let them back in the wild
Rats are nicer than mice and are bigger, live longer, and are smarter than mice.
Umm im no expert on mice but i think you probly shouldn't put wild mice with tame mice... its kinda common sence
No, pet mice do not attract wild mice. Though if you have a lot of wild mice around the house keep track of your pet mice; females may go into heat if the smell males and males may become aggitated. Make sure your mouse's cage is closed at all times if mice have invaded your room ;)
The cast of Vets in the Wild - 1998 includes: Steve Leonard as Himself - Presenter Trude Mostue as Herself - Presenter
The cast of Vets in the Wild West - 2001 includes: Steve Leonard as himself Trude Mostue as herself