Browse our veterinary-reviewed Dog and Cat Illness Guide to learn more about pet health. Always talk to your veterinarian if you have a concern about your pet's symptoms or health.
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Mouse Insurance Alternative
Mice have an average lifespan of only a few years, yet they can be a huge part of the family. They also aren't always the type of low-maintenance pet that many people assume. They will need just as much love, care, and attention as any other type of pet.
Before you bring a mouse home, make sure to provide a clean and comfortable housing area for your new pet. While mice need some time to themselves, they're also social creatures that benefit from plenty of exercise, enrichment activities, and social interaction.
You may take your Mouse out of their house to play and run around in your house, make sure that you make sure that your house is safe for them to run and play and that you monitor them at all times. They are tiny and can easily slip into small spaces and get lost in your house.
You also need to have the time to care for your Mouse and clean their cage every few days and provide your new Mouse with proper nutrition. While your Mouse depends on you for good health, you can depend on Pet Assure to cover the costs associated with providing high-quality veterinary care.
Common Medical Issues in Mice
Pet Assure provides financial protection against a wide range of Guinea Pig health conditions. Some of these include:
- Eye Infections: Mice commonly run into things and have issues with their eyes. If you notice any discharge from your mouses' eye, it would be best that y
- Tumors: Mice are prone to cancerous growths on their body. If you notice a mass growing on your Mouse, it would be best for your vet to see your Mouse. They may even need to do surgery to remove the mass.
- Upper Respiratory infections: Mice are suspectable to many types of infections. Upper respiratory infections are common. You may notice that your Mouse is sneezing, having watery eyes, or discharge from their nose. Your vet can prescribe antibiotics to help clear this infection.
Mouse Pet Insurance Alternative
Pet Mice are a very popular exotic animal for people to have as pets. Whether it's a new concern such as skin infections or you need treatment for your Mouse's pre-existing conditions, Pet Assure can help. We are a veterinary discount plan that provides a low-cost pet insurance alternative for every type of pet, even Mice! This plan has no exclusions due to age, breed, or hereditary conditions. Even pre-existing conditions are covered! Get a quote today.
Medically Reviewed by Sara Ochoa, DVM