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Wally is jealous.

He tried to get the mouse that was hanging around, but no luck. He constantly searched for it, though.
 

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I agree. No worries, but you might also see some looser stools for a few days, b/c you didn't slowly introduce the mouse into the diet to give the gut a chance to adapt. If this causes a problem, next time provide smaller mice over a few days :)
 

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I agree. No worries, but you might also see some looser stools for a few days, b/c you didn't slowly introduce the mouse into the diet to give the gut a chance to adapt. If this causes a problem, next time provide smaller mice over a few days :)
My previous lab had chronically loose stools. One day, he caught a mouse, swallowed it (probably whole) and his stools firmed up.

I considered whether to get some feeder mice and introduce them as a regular part of his diet.

My daughter has lost track of the mice that Zeke, her miniature schnauzer, has killed - along with a red squirrel and a couple of rabbits. (The rabbits were not a lot smaller than he is.)
 
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