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  • DO HYPOALLERGENIC RABBITS EXIST?
    DO HYPOALLERGENIC RABBITS EXIST?
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    Are you a person with specific allergies to rabbits and want one as a pet? Has your child developed an allergy and you don't want to get rid of your pet? Are you looking for one that suits your needs for health reasons?In the following article we will find out if hypoallergenic rabbits exist (or not).

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  • INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION
    INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION
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    We all know how important it is to have our animals identified and, depending on the species of pet or autonomous community, this is obligatory. But, what kind of identifications are there for pets? What can we do if this identification is damaged? Which animals can we identify and which cannot? We will find out in the following article.

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  • THE SPLAY LEG
    THE SPLAY LEG
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    In social networking groups focused on pet rabbits (especially in Latin American countries) it is common to see cases of rabbits with their feet open from a very young age, which can affect one, two or all four legs. This condition is called "splay leg" or "swimmer's syndrome" and in the following article we will learn about it, if it can be prevented and if it has a cure. 

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  • WHAT SHOULD MY RAT EAT?
    WHAT SHOULD MY RAT EAT?
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    Although this may seem a relatively simple issue (because "rats eat everything, don't they?") it is much more complex and, if we want our rat to live as long as possible, we must ensure that we provide it with a careful diet adapted to its species and lifestyle. 

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  • ALBINISM IN ANIMALS
    ALBINISM IN ANIMALS
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    Albinism in animals - including humans - is caused by the inheritance of an altered copy of the gene responsible for regulating pigment production. Generally, the presence of a viable allele of this gene is sufficient for pigmentation to occur, so albinism is usually a genetic condition associated with a recessive homozygosity, i.e. the gene must be altered in both copies of chromosomes for albinism to occur.

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  • LETHAL GENES ASSOCIATED WITH COLOURS IN DOMESTIC RATS
    LETHAL GENES ASSOCIATED WITH COLOURS IN DOMESTIC RATS
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    The wide variety of colours we can find in domestic rats is amazing, as we have seen, but behind some of these beautiful and original colours can hide complicated genes that, if misused, can become a danger to our breeding line. These genes are known as: "Lethal genes". 

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  • TIPOS DE PELAJE EN LAS RATAS DOMÉSTICAS
    TIPOS DE PELAJE EN LAS RATAS DOMÉSTICAS
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    Fancy rats are one of the domestic (and pet) species with the highest number of coat types, being able to have not only one type of coat, but also two at the same time, as a consequence of the union of two different but compatible genes. Knowing what type of coat our rat belongs to, as well as knowing its characteristics, will not only give us the opportunity to know more about it but, in the case of wanting to breed and specialise in one type or another, will help us enormously in the...

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  • DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ‘WILD’ AND ‘DOMESTIC’ RATS
    DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ‘WILD’ AND ‘DOMESTIC’ RATS
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    Many times we have come across people on social media groups focused on rats who insist on adopting rats from the street and say that they are the same as domestic rats, is this true? We can find out in the following article.

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DO HYPOALLERGENIC RABBITS EXIST?
DO HYPOALLERGENIC RABBITS EXIST?
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Are you a person with specific allergies to rabbits and want one as a pet? Has your child developed an allergy and...

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INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION
INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION
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We all know how important it is to have our animals identified and, depending on the species of pet or autonomous...

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