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Reptiles and Rodents and Birds! Oh My!!!

Hey everyone! Now this is news for all you small animal lovers! We decided to take care of other animals instead of just cats and dogs! We decieded to take care of Rodents, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, Birds, and other animals like that. Even Horses! 

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Here are the requirements for each animal:

Rodents:  Each rodent must have it's own cage. If you have more than 1 pet rodent and they share a cage, that's ok! But if you have 1 or more rodents and you don't have a cage or can't carry it because it's too big or too heavy, then get a traveling one. Get one at Petsmart or in Simi Valley, CA, go to Big Al's Pet Food Warehouse! What I mean is that if you have a rabbit and a rat... don't put them in the same cage. Have them get separate ones. But if they are both the same type of rodent, then they may share one. If you have problems getting one, we might have an extra... but please...bring your own cage. Also, if you have any toys you want to have your rodent play with... please either give them to me in a plastic bag or include them in the cage. Please keep the food in its container if it comes in one. Give me the measurements to measure out the food. Please explain to me what to do when I go to clean it and then put it back together, if needed to be cleaned, on the information sheet that I will give you when you register your pet.

Reptiles:  Each Reptile must have it's own cage. If you have more than 1 pet reptile and they share a cage, that's ok! But if you have 1 or more reptiles and you don't have a cage or can't carry it because it's too big or too heavy, then get a traveling one. What I mean is that if you have a snake and a Bearded Dragon... well... it depends. If you keep them separate at home, and then if this is your first time traveling with them and you never had them together, then keep them separate. I don't want to be responsible for when your Bearded Dragon's or snake's death if the snake or Bearded Dragon eats it. You must include their food in the container it is in. For Example..if the bugs come in a container...leave it in there. Give me the measurements to measure out the food. Please explain to me what to do when I go to clean the cage and put it back together, if needed to be cleaned, on the information sheet that I will give you when you register your pet.

Amphibians:  Each Amphibians must have it's own cage. If you have more than 1 pet amphibian and they share a cage, that's ok! But if you have 1 or more amphibians and you don't have a cage or can't carry it because it's too big or too heavy, then get a traveling one. What I mean is that if you have a frog and a turtle ... well... it depends. If you keep them separate at home, and then if this is your first time traveling with them and you never had them together, then keep them separate. I don't want to be responsible for your frog's death if the turtle eats it. You must include their food in the container it is in. For Example..if the bugs come in a container...leave it in there. Give me the measurements to measure out the food. Please explain to me what to do when I go to clean the cage and put it back together, if needed to be cleaned, on the information sheet that I will give you when you register your pet. Also please tell and show me how to change the water without disturbing the rest of the habitat.

Fish:  Fish must have their own small tank or fish bowl. You must include their food in the container it is in. For Example..if the fish flakes come in a container...leave it in there. Give me the measurements to measure out the food. Please explain to me what to do when I go to clean the water on the information sheet that I will give to you when you register your pet.

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Birds:  You can have multiple birds in one cage. Make sure it is big enough for the birds to have their own space. For food, you should either give me the container food or put it it another bag or container and give it to me. Please give me the measurements to give to the bird. I don't want to over feed or not feed the bird enough. Also, please tell me everything I need to know when to clean the cage in the information sheet I will give you when you register your pet. Also, if you have any toys you want to have your bird plays with... please either give them to me in a plastic bag or include them in the cage.

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Horses:  For horses I can't necessarly take care of horses at my house. I have to come over to your house and take care of your horse. Just write down and tell me everything I need to know to feed and take care of your horse. Be sure to show me where everything is too.

Donate Your Cages!

Do you have a rodent cage, a small reptile/amphibian cage, or a small bird cage that you don't use anymore? And you don't know if to keep it or give it away....  and if you were to give it away; who will you give it too? Why, you can give it to Taylor's Pets of course! We are accepting old but in good shape cages for animals! We will use them for emergency.

If the main cage breaks, we'll put the animal in an other one till it is safe to go back into it's own home sweet home. If we can't fix the cage, then the animal get a new cage free. Don't worry, we'll give you back your cage and then if you buy a new one... you can always bring back the cage that your animal that had made it's new home in.

Don't Worry... It's all free!  So donate your cages to Taylor's Pets!

Donate Horse Supplies!

Would you like to donate some horse supplies to help Taylor’s Pets take care of horses better? For toys, blankets, saddle pads, and brushes, etc. make sure they’re slightly used. We don’t want any sick horses. For the brushes… it would be better if they were new because we don’t want any fleas or ticks or any sickness on the horses.

We have added a new animal to Other Pets. The new animal is horses. We don’t have very many supplies so if you can donate some horse food and some supplies that would be a big help. Thank you. Here are some ideas to help you figure out what you can donate.

Horse Grooming supplies such as mane brush, face brush, any brushes, etc.

Horse blankets and saddle pads

Horse toys such as the ball with a handle thing, etc.

Horse food such as grain, oats, apple treats, etc.