Capybaras are grazing animals, like deer. In their natural habitat, they eat grass, water plants, grass, a few small shrubs, and more grass. Sometimes they sneak onto farms and steal […]
In difficult times a retreat into the past can be a great comfort. My daily routine has not changed much lately. I still have dozens of animals to care for. […]
If you have ever known chickens, you are aware that they are non-judgmental. They are happy to see you, always, even if you don’t bring treats. Dobby never brought his […]
Is there a capybara in your bathtub? It’s about as fun as it sounds!
For most people, this is Valentine’s Day. For me, it is Dobby’s birthday, and always will be.
Mudskipper Rous celebrated her fifth birthday last week.
We’re celebrating Year of the Rat by expanding our horizons! Who is we? That would be me, Stacy Winnick, and Cody Kennedy. Cody’s capybara, JoeJoe was one of the best […]
The simple answer is that capybaras live in South America. (No, they don’t come from Australia.) They range from eastern Panama, where the Lesser Capybaras live, and into Argentina in […]
Here we have yet another misleading article about pet capybaras. There is much to learn about keeping massive rodents as pets because only a handful have tried it and few […]
I watched Dobby grow from bunny size to mastiff over ten years. Those of you who visited here (90 visitors in 2018 alone!) understand how enormous these animals are. None […]