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Why does my guinea pig jump? What is ‘popcorning’?’
Guinea Pigs
Why does my guinea pig jump? What is ‘popcorning’?’
Guinea pigs are fascinating animals. They have big personalities and can make great pets. They have very unique behaviours, which can be challenging to interpret and can be concerning to watch if they are not understood.
June 1, 2021 • 22 shares
What is scurvy in guinea pigs and how is it treated?
Guinea Pigs
What is scurvy in guinea pigs and how is it treated?
Scurvy is a disease you may have heard of before. Usually associated with sailors hundreds of years ago who died on ships at sea when they had no access to fresh fruit or vegetables. So you may be surprised to learn guin…
May 26, 2021 • 7 shares • 6 comments
What should Guinea Pigs eat?
Diet
What should Guinea Pigs eat?
Guinea pigs make great pets, but knowing what to feed them can sometimes be challenging. They need to be fed a specific guinea pig diet or they can end up with nutritional deficiencies which can lead to health issues. In…
April 30, 2021 • 3 comments
Five Tips on Caring for your first Guinea Pig
Guinea Pigs
Five Tips on Caring for your first Guinea Pig
Guinea pigs are busy, inquisitive animals. They make adorable pets for both adults and children, being relatively easy to keep and not too demanding in terms of space, time and cost. If you are thinking about getting you…
March 26, 2021 • 5 shares • 1 comments
Why is my Guinea Pig Peeing Blood?
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Why is my Guinea Pig Peeing Blood?
Many people feel faint at the sight of blood, so you can be forgiven if seeing blood in your guinea pig’s hutch makes you anxious. Apart from obvious injuries, blood in the urine is one of the most common reasons for thi…
December 16, 2020 • 88 shares • 1 comments
Rat or Guinea Pig - which makes the best pet?
Best Pet
Rat or Guinea Pig - which makes the best pet?
Oh what a debate! So, you’ve made the decision to welcome a small pet into your family lives. You’ve discussed it and decided that you’re ready to provide everything they need: keep them fed, sheltered, happy, healthy an…
November 22, 2020 • 28 shares
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