That has happened to 3 of my pet mice, and they died from it. NOw another 1 of my mice seems to be getting it. I would suggest calling a vert-dont take your mouse to them. If your mouse is with other mice, they might be barbering her-where a bigger mouse will chew off her fur-you should observe them, and if necessary separate them. Make sure your mouse is getting the vitamins it needs, like oils from sunflower seeds. A great brand of food, which I fed my mice, it has all of the vitamins and nutrients necessary-is either the Animal Planet brand of food, or "Sunscription Vita Plus Mice, Rat, and Gerbil Food"
If they are losing fur it is most likely do to mites.
Hello. Mice can loose there fur from mites, so maybe visit your local vet.
Mice have fur. no they have hair
Most mice have fur, but some don't. It really depends on what kind of mouse it is. Mice are born with no fur, but as they get older they start to get fur.
i would take him/her to the vet
no they do not have fur when born
yes they would because they lick them self
He likes the softness of their fur, just how he likes the fur on the puppy or how he imagines the rabbits
Mice can over-groom when stressed, leading to skin irritations and fur loss. Wikipedia.
a mice survives cold weather by its fur it has very soft fur
No but, there are lemmings they are like mice but with shorter tails and they can have brown and black fur or white fur.
it can be losing fur due to stress or lack of vitamin C. I have a guinea pig that was given to me that hair loss and i read about it so i got some vitamin C stuff for her. If your guinea pig is still losing its fur after that then i would call a vet.
they do have fur on their tails, only not much
Mice get their fur when they are just a couple of weeks old.
No, they get their fur in time. About 3 weeks with the mice I had once.
Yes, most mice have fur. Mice start to grow fur at a few weeks old. There are such things as hairless mice though. I had a hairless rat and she was the sweetest. So don't let hairless fool you they are cute and sweet.
fur, LOL and its mice....
yes mice can carry lice and when this mice passes another the contact of the fur will pass the bug.
Usually the sixth day, the mice start growing fur.
by not kiling them for their fur loss of habitat [ losing their land] stop capturing them for zoos give them peace
Losing fur or skin.