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    Bedding Change?

    How long do I need to wait after a litter has been born to change their bedding for the first time?


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    Re: Bedding Change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jbabycsx View Post
    How long do I need to wait after a litter has been born to change their bedding for the first time?


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    If your colony is well established and you have solid animals it does not matter.

    I clean rodents on Thursdays no exception, whether some might be 5 days old, one day old, 1 hour old, or being born everything get cleaned up.
    Deborah Stewart


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    Re: Bedding Change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    If your colony is well established and you have solid animals it does not matter.

    I clean rodents on Thursdays no exception, whether some might be 5 days old, one day old, 1 hour old, or being born everything get cleaned up.
    Ok just making sure. I usually change it every 5 days for the adults. Didnít want to rush things. Iíll go ahead and change it. Looks like my black male passed on his color to some of the litter.


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