We ran out of hay! pay day is Thursday so they should be fine.. right
After hours of research on not only guinea pig care but also the animals themselves, i've discovered a lot of cool things about these amazing creatures. So without further a due, here are some of my favorite guinea pig facts!
1. Guinea pigs were a large part in the contribution to the discovery of Vitamin C! As many of us know, it's essential for us to add vitamin C into our piggies' diet. That's because like human beings, guinea pigs aren't able to naturally produce this Vitamin.
Updated 09-15-14 at 06:17 pm by richguinea
Maybe you are getting a new guinea pig or you already have some Well I am going to give you a list of things you can use
1. My favorite product is Doggie waste bags at the dollar tree. There great for spot cleaning if you don't use a vacuum. http://www.dollartree.com/Paws-N-Cla...0197/index.pro
2. A Hay Bag, I made mine out of old jeans it's very simple and you don't really need to be an expert sewer.
3. If you need
Updated 08-29-14 at 04:26 am by lissie
I still have the cage that Mable's previous owners kept her in and the cage that Chicken and Waffles' previous owners kept them in; I use them as temporary cages for when I do a full cage change. The pigs are only in them for 30 minutes while we change out the cages, but they manage to pee everywhere in them. Tonight, I was measuring those 2 cages to make a liner for them so the pigs wouldn't have to be on wet newspaper when I do a full cage change out.
I was shocked at how small they
Last month, I posted about Cherry losing so much weight due to what we thought were overgrown teeth. We took her in for a molar trimming, and as it turned out, she actually has a deformity in her tongue which is why she was only able to eat mash and couldn't eat solid food well. The vet did a very light planning of her molars that day.
Cherry is doing so good! The molar trimming really helped her; she's learned to eat hay by using the side of her mouth and is steadily gaining weight