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1. MSUE Portal
Michigan State University Extension Agriculture Hall, Room 108 Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 488241039 Phone 517-355-2308 Fax 517-

Information on the tracks, description, and distribution of the moose.

3. Skunks
Striped Skunks Habitat and Range Photo source Chris's Pet Skunk Page. Striped Skunks are found in the most of USA and Canada.

4. Project Wildlife Living With Skunks
Living With Skunks "I never met a skunk I didn't like" Anonymous by Shelor Brumbeloe, the Skunk Lady2 Coexisting with Skunks

5. Skunks As Pets
Overview of the personality and feeding needs of skunks as pets. Includes a detailed fact sheet detailing the good versus bad of pet skunks.

6. Wonderful Skunk And Opossum Web Site?
I found a baby skunk/opossum how do I raise/rescue it? I'm writing a report on skunks/opossums for school can you give me info?

7. Welcome To Skunk Haven
Intro to Skunks An introduction to skunks, both wild and domestic.

8. Aspen Skunk Rabies Research, Inc
Provides background, plus myths and facts about skunks.

9. Skunks As Pets

10. Scent-Sational Skunks - American Domestic Skunk Assoc. Inc.
Informative articles, newsletters, overview of state laws, caretaking requirements, dietary needs, show listing, and adoption practices.

NY petI-care Adoption Program is based in Manhattan. Raccoons, squirrels,skunks, opossums, and rats are the most frequently incriminated carriers of
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ART SHOW "THE CAT SHOW BY JUDY STARR" HAS CATS CLIMBING THE WALLS IN THE EAST VILLAGE Judy Starr's pussycat watercolors and acrylics have garnered purrs of delight from art and animal lovers citywide. Now Pet-I-Care is providing the perfect venue for "The Cat Show by Judy Starr" at their sanctuary for rescued animals. The public is invited to view this fur laden exhibit at The East Village Veterinarian at 241 Eldridge Street. on Opening Day, Sunday, October 17th from 2 - 5pm. The art and pets will be also be available to be looked at or cuddled any Mo, Tue, Th, Fri from 9am - 3:00pm or Wed, Sat from 10am - 12:30pm. Will run indefinitely . 20% of all proceeds being donated to the NY Pet-I-Care Inc., Adoption Program . For more info, go to or contact Marilyn at or 212-614-7194.

12. Other Exotics And Unconventional Pets - Odd, Unusual, Or Rare Pets
skunks, kinkajous, coatimundis, raccoons, along with opossums (including Fiddler Crabs Fiddler Crabs are often found in pet stores. Taking care
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Various other animals some of which are not commonly thought of as pets, including domestic animals like goats, llamas, and alpacas, and wild animals such as big cats, monkeys (primates), skunks, kinkajous, coatimundis, raccoons, along with opossums (including short tailed opossums), and giant african land snails, and birds.
Recent Dingo is Not a Dirty Word - Trying to Further Understanding of the Dingo In Australia From Nic Papalia, information about dingoes in Australia and his efforts to further understanding of the dingo and issues the pure dingo faces there. Includes information about his pet dingo Lindy, a dingo guide dog, and a piano-playing pet dingo. Wallaroos as pets - What are wallaroos A description of wallaroos, which are sometimes kept as pets, including size, life span, and basic needs.

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Information on the care of pet guinea pigs including feeding and cages for skunks, kinkajous, coatimundis, raccoons, along with opossums (including
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Categories Choosing an Exotic Pet (49) What you need to know before making the decision to get an exotic pet, including factors to consider when choosing an exotic pet, beginner's guides to choosing the right pet, and other considerations such as choosing a vet, where to get a pet, finding a pet sitter, and picking a name! Guinea Pigs (25) Information on the care of pet guinea pigs including feeding and cages for guinea pigs, along with pictures of guinea pigs and names for pet guinea pigs. Information about keeping hamsters and gerbils as pets including choosing a pet hamster or gerbil and the care of pet hamsters and gerbils. Information about keeping fancy rats and mice as pets including choosing a pet rat or mouse and the care of pet rats and mice. Information about keeping chinchillas, degus, dormice, prairie dogs and other rodents as pets, including general information about the care and housing of pet rodents. Includes information on chinchillas, degus, prairie dogs, dormice, Gambian rats, flying squirrels, pet rats, mice, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, and more.

14. Proper Care Of Your Turtle From Veterinary Associates Stonefield
and predatory marauders, such as dogs, cats, rats, skunks and opossums. Captured turtles are then congregated in boxes and later sold to pet stores.
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16. DuPage County Animal Care & Control
Up for Adoption Animal care Control Microchipping Your pet Some species,such as skunks, raccoons, opossums, deer, squirrels, ground squirrels,

17. Wildlife In Crisis Guidelines - Baby Mammals
Use a plastic pet carrier for larger babies. For skunks and opossums, startwith soaked dry dog food, THE ABOVE APPLIES TO INITIAL care ONLY.

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Wash all utensils, gloves and cages used with a 1:10 bleach/water solution.
  • CHECK FOR INJURY OR SIGNS OF ILLNESS: Examine the animal for puncture wounds, lacerations, maggots and more serious injuries such as dislocations or broken bones. If an animal shows signs of paralysis, thick, yellow mucous discharge from nose or eyes, or convulsions are present, bring the animal immediately to your veterinarian or an emergency veterinary clinic for euthanasia.
    MAKE SURE THE ANIMAL IS WARM TO THE TOUCH: Young mammals cannot regulate their own body temperature. They need a heat source, either a hot water bottle or a heating pad on a low setting. Be sure you put the heat source under only half the cage so that the animal does not overheat. Initially, you can warm a baby mammal with your own body warmth (not directly on your skin) or immerse them in warm water for a few minutes (making sure to keep head out of water) and dry thoroughly.
  • 18. Flea Control Prevention In Cats
    coyotes, fox, raccoons, some rodent species, skunks, opossums, rabbits, Information on pet care, Diseases, Diet, and Behavior

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    20. Common Dangers To Your Dog
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    Ok, you all know about the normal hazards like a fast moving vehicle, the business end of a gun, drowning, heat exhaustion and other obvious dangers. Most people are ignorant of the dangers that are always present and could kill or cripple their dogs. As typical of the American news system, sometimes networks will air stories of weird cases of death but most likely you will never hear of the dog that died FROM a household incident/accident. Kitchen: Bathroom: Here is where you keep your medicines (ok most of them). You probably also have some shampoo, conditioner and probably toilet bowl cleaner out in the open. Hey, most of us do. Now since most dogs are smaller than humans and have faster metabolism they can have a more severe and intensified reaction to our drugs and large doses of bathroom chemicals. So, If your dogs actually live in the house and visits the bathroom (no pun) make sure it is pet safe. Keep aspirins, diet drugs, allergy medicine, toothpaste, Tylenol, Advil, Motrin, and other medicines, powders and liquids secured. Please don't give you dog any of your medicines without first consulting the vet. If you dog has had first hand knowledge and taste of any of your bathroom chemicals consult your dog's vet immediately.

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