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June 22 2010 Exotic Pets Newsletter


Here we watch the river rising yet again this year. Hmm, thatís two one-hundred year floods in one spring. Thankfully, we have reached the first day of summer. I am sure the farmers would like to take the itty bitty life jackets off the corn. Hope all is well with you and your families. Life is going sweet here. Itís my favorite time of year watching the mama and papa birds teaching their broods to fledge and to find food. The chipmunks are getting ready to enter their birthing chambers. So, we should have some tiny little 13-striped kids running around soon. The grackles and squirrels are still chasing each otherÖ.Ahh, my favorite spot, the front porch!

***Death by Ignorance of Dietary Needs***
Reptiles arenít the only animals that benefit from an insect diet. I have found that using a 50%-50% insect and plant matter diet greatly enhances an exotic mammalís heath, especially the skunk. This alleviates some of the problems found in skunks. But, the quality of purchased insects is awful.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art27818.asp

***I am quite sure you will want to add your thoughts about the article Death by Ignorance of Dietary Needs. I am very interested to learn what problems you have had with your exotic mammals, primarily skunks, coatis, and raccoons. What humans are trying to feed their pets is quite different from what they would eat in the wild. What do you feed your animals? What health problems have you had to deal with? Please place your comments, suggestions, or questions here http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/606436/Death_by_Ignorance_of_Dietary_#Post606436

***Next week look for the fascinating article Rabbit in the Dryer***

***Please visit my Exotic Pet shop full of great, safe supplies for your animal kids. Remember that Amazon has that foolish 24-hour cookie. So if you go to browse and decide to think on it for a while, return to one of my articles to an Amazon product so that I get credit.

Exotic Pet Supplies Ė this link will also take you to some great gift shopping, book shopping electronic shopping, personal needs shopping, and great shopping shopping!
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Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Diana Geiger, Exotic Pets Editor
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