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  • This basic guide will cover the foods that cavies should eat and the foods you must avoid feeding them. Their diet is pretty simple, but there are certain things you need to be aware of in order to keep your guinea pigs healthy.

    Foods That Guinea Pigs Should and Should Not Eat

    Foods That Guinea Pigs Should and Should Not Eat

    by finatics14

  • Thinking of getting a new pet? An experienced pet owner weighs the differences between multiple small pet options and gives an overall summary of what it is like to own a guinea pig.

    5 Reasons Why Guinea Pigs Make Great Pets

    5 Reasons Why Guinea Pigs Make Great Pets

    by Jessie Miller43

  • Guinea Pigs: The Eco-Friendly Vegetable Removal System Miriam Kaefert, CC-BY-SA-2.0-de, via Wikimedia Commons Have you decided to bring a guinea pig into your home? As pets go they are quite easy to care for, but there are still a few essential...

    Everything You Need to Care for a Guinea Pig - A New Owner's Guide

    Everything You Need to Care for a Guinea Pig - A New Owner's Guide

    by Weaver of Words58

  • Guinea pigs can't eat everything. In fact, certain things will make them quite sick. Learn more about recommended diet before you accidentally kill your pet.

    What Are Guinea Pigs Allergic To?

    What Are Guinea Pigs Allergic To?

    by RenaSherwood0

  • Find out how long the guinea pig heat cycle is and their gestation length. Learn how to successfully breed guinea pigs. See a just born baby guinea pig.

    How to Breed Guinea Pigs

    How to Breed Guinea Pigs

    by Nettlemere18

  • Trying to train guinea pigs to use a litter pan might be a lot easier than you think. It's also a lot cleaner for the rest of the cage. And also saves a good bit of time for washing the entire cage and cleaning them as well.

    How to poop, potty, or litter box train your guinea pigs?

    How to poop, potty, or litter box train your guinea pigs?

    by Dave Rogers39

  • A comprehensive guide to what guinea pigs can, and cannot, safely eat along with specific tips about hay, pellets, and Vitamin C supplements.

    What Can Guinea Pigs Eat?

    What Can Guinea Pigs Eat?

    by southpaw23806

  • Our pet guinea pigs roam free in a large outdoor enclosure. Natural living. Lots of tips and photos including pregnant guinea pigs, baby guinea pigs, outdoor housing.

    Pet Guinea Pigs Living Outdoors

    Pet Guinea Pigs Living Outdoors

    by LongTimeMother33

  • The fun thing about having pets is spending time interacting with them. It's not fun for them or you if all they do is sit in a hutch or cage all day, waiting for their next meal. Of course, you should always have two or more guinea pigs, as they...

    Three Games To Play With Your Guinea Pigs

    Three Games To Play With Your Guinea Pigs

    by Bunniez17

  • Bringing home a new guinea pig? The most important yet trickiest part is that you'll have to come up with a name for your new pet. Here are some guinea pig name ideas for girls, boys, and all coat colors of guinea pigs.

    Guinea Pig Name Ideas

    Guinea Pig Name Ideas

    by Olivia Nicole0

  • All you Abysinians, stand up! The Abyssinian guinea pig is one of the most popular and recognizeable breeds of guinea pig in the world. They can be any color in the guinea pig rainbow and breed readily with other breeds of guinea pigs. The only...

    All About Abyssinian Guinea Pigs

    All About Abyssinian Guinea Pigs

    by RenaSherwood2

  • You can do so as long as you follow a few basic common sense rules. Guinea-pigs are wonderful pets, and if they are to be kept outside, the advice in this article will keep them safe and well cared for.

    Can I Keep My Guinea Pig (Cavy) Outdoors?

    Can I Keep My Guinea Pig (Cavy) Outdoors?

    by Cindy Lawson20

  • Peruvian guinea pig care information on hair care, hair loss, hygiene, diet and comfort. Peruvian guinea pigs need extra attention to make sure they stay free from disease and discomfort.

    Caring For A Long Haired, Peruvian Guinea Pig

    Caring For A Long Haired, Peruvian Guinea Pig

    by Suzanne Day20

  • Do guinea pigs make good pets? The argument can be made that they are not simply good pets . . . they are great ones! Read on to discover the many reasons why guinea pigs make such good pets.

    Do Guinea Pigs Make Good Pets?

    Do Guinea Pigs Make Good Pets?

    by Leonard Tillerman9

  • Guinea-Pigs (Cavies), make perfect pets for both children and adults alike. They are sociable little creatures that enjoy being handled and seldom ever bite. Their enthusiasm for knowing it is feeding time or time for them to have a cuddle is usually very vocal, with a range of squeaks, whistles, purrs and grunting. Owners soon learn to recognise what the different sounds represent and find it highly amusing to hear their pet talking to them.

    How to Care for and Choose Your Guinea-Pig (Cavy)

    How to Care for and Choose Your Guinea-Pig (Cavy)

    by Cindy Lawson249

  • Why isn't your guinea pig drinking water? This article explains how much water guinea pigs need and when to worry about your guinea pig's water intake.

    Why Isn't My Guinea Pig Drinking?

    Why Isn't My Guinea Pig Drinking?

    by Bunniez17

  • Guinea pigs, although wonderful pets, tend to be expensive. Fortunately, I've learned some money saving tips from years of owning guinea pigs.

    Money Saving Tips for Guinea Pig Owners

    Money Saving Tips for Guinea Pig Owners

    by Julia Flack2

  • Piggies think burrowing and nibbling are fun. A guinea pig's idea of fun differs a lot from other pet's ideas of fun. Although you may come across balls and wheels in pet shops or online stores that say they are toys for guinea pigs, they are...

    What Toys Can I Give My Guinea Pig?

    What Toys Can I Give My Guinea Pig?

    by RenaSherwood0

  • Goes in as carrots, comes out as beans It's not actually poo that the guinea pigs are eating. However, it looks like poo and comes out of the same place. And it's actually vital to your guinea pig's health and well being. Truth is definitely...

    Why Guinea Pigs Eat Poo

    Why Guinea Pigs Eat Poo

    by RenaSherwood0

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