Let’s say you pick your chinchilla up, and notice a slight vibration, or even the feeling of it quivering and shaking from head to toe. Why might it shake? Do chinchillas shake because of fear, the cold, or something else?
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Popcorn is a relatively healthy snack. But is it similarly suitable and good for chinchillas? Or could it cause digestive trouble like bloating?
Your chinchilla’s ears can get dry, flaky and cracked for several reasons. But why might that happen even if you care for your pet properly?
Chinchillas are loving, docile animals. But affectionate pets can turn nasty and even dangerous sometimes: biting, scratching and more. So what about chinchillas?
If you’ve run out of hay and pellets, and you need something to feed your chinchilla, you may want to give it bread. You no doubt have some in your kitchen, and it’s not a million miles away from hay—since it’s made from wheat. But is it suitable or not?