Why do vets not treat wild mice?
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.
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.