The Basics of Finger Monkey Health and Illness

As a loving and responsible pet owner, there is a lot more to consider when monitoring the health and wellness of your pet Finger Monkey than just its diet. While nutrition is vital, so too is the way you treat your animal. Abuse is never acceptable, and neither is neglect. If your Finger Monkey seems sick in any way, it is your responsibility to get it the help it needs. However, you will need to know the most common diseases that Finger Monkeys suffer from, as well as how to recognize the signs and symptoms. Also, you will want to educate yourself on how to keep your little friend healthy for a long time and safe from preventable disease.
A healthy and well-adjusted Finger Monkey will measure between 12 and 15 inches long. It will have a long tail and a beautiful coat. In fact, well cared for Pygmy Marmosets can live to be as old as 15 or 20 years before ever exhibiting any clear signs of age. Because the average Finger Monkey is happy, smart, and playful, a lethargic animal is an indication of trouble. Make sure you continuously monitor your pet’s behavior to catch illness and disease before it’s too late. Remember that being the caretaker for a pet Pygmy Marmoset is a significant responsibility, which means you will want to give it the best life you possibly can by learning what makes it thrive.
baby finger monkeyWhile most Finger Monkeys are a tad bit mischievous, they still prefer having company over being alone. Use lots of verbal and physical communication and try to have another Finger Monkey for your pet to interact with from time to time. Recognizing the signs of illness or disease is pretty easy if you know what to look for. If at any time, for any reason, your animal’s hair starts falling out, it starts having disrupted sleep, it stops eating, it becomes overly aggressive, or it begins acting erratically, it may be time for you to make an appointment with a veterinarian.