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Harvest Mice (no Odour Mice) Andover,

£15
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Andover, Hampshire
Member since Feb 2018

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Ad Reference :
3066271
Pet Type :
Rodents
Pet Breed :
Mouse
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
8 weeks, 1 day old (More Info)

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Featured photo Courtesy Stephen Smith photography,
Stephen sent me this photo of one of my baby mice he had bought.
Baby Harvest mice

UPDATE All mice reserved at the moment, I will have some available In April,
Please contact me if you are interested in future babies, and would like to go on the reserve list.

Ready to leave April


Formal reservations being taken now, and deposits taken when babies have emerged from the nests and counted.

Havest mice do not smell!
I've had many many different breeds of fancy mice, field/wood mice and House mice over the years, and I will be completely honest, these types of mice can smell within one hour of cleaning them out,
Harvest mice however, do not omit any "mouse" odours whatsoever, they really don't.
They make excellent pets, as they are active in bouts all through the day,
They need tanks/vivariums but NO bars, (they will shimmy through narrow bars)
And I do not recommend and type of excersize wheels (for any mice) as they run SO fast it can cause them to get thrown out by centrifugal force which caused unseen internal injuries, and even sudden death.
They just like climbing, burrowing and exploring.

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