id like to say hey,
also a tip which works for me , its sort of like a security blanket,!!!
if you decide to breed gerbils have 2 pairs, reason being is that if something should happen to one litter you have another mother creating milk, but the only problem with this is, if the surrogate mother already has pups then it may be stuffed, so make sure you breed with more than 1 mating pair, so you have a surrogate, also: i have a question
i am quite new to the breeding and have only been doing this since feb 2010 and i dont know much about respiratory infections, what are they ? how do i prevent them? how do i know that a pup has got it? i want my pups to have the best start in life 😉