Caring for mice, naturally

The way that you care for and interact with your mouse should reflect their natural behaviour as a prey species. How does this influence the behaviour of mice in the home?

– Love to burrow underground

– Live in stable, sociable groups

– May mask signs of illness – making it difficult to tell when they are ill

– Nocturnal and like to play at night

– Easily frightened by potential predators – need to feel protected and secure

Use this understanding to find ways to keep them happy and healthy…

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Our Supreme Veterinary Range

From time to time, your vet may make a specific dietary recommendation to help support your mouse if they are ill or lethargic. That can also include times when your mouse is recovering from surgery or illness. Our Recovery Plus diet is a popular option recommended by many veterinary professionals.

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Why our mouse foods are second to none

Mouse diets don’t just deliver nutrition but taste and enjoyment too. Mice are active chewers and need to do so to keep their constantly growing teeth trimmed.

  • Wholegrain goodness – for active chewing
  • No added sugar – tasty because of the flavour of high-quality natural ingredients
  • Nutritionally balanced with all the vitamins and minerals they need

Frequently asked questions 
about Mice

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Need to know more?

For more detailed information about Mice, you can contact us and we will get back to you with our experts’ advice. However,
if you have any concerns about the health and well-being of your mouse, you should seek veterinary advice immediately. The RSPCA has also provided many helpful mouse guides you can find here.