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    Hair Loss: Re: Hair and some skin seems to have come off, advice on what to do? (pics included)

    bpatters, this is a new subject for the same pig, could you please update the title to something more suitable?

    So yet again, Minnie seems to find herself in some sort of trouble. Less mysterious...
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    Lump: Re: Daisy's under-the-skin lump thread.

    Well my girls are still doing good, albeit seemingly more accident prone of late. I'll inbox you a more personal update :)
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    Alternative to Yesterdays News UK

    After having major issues with suppliers left, right and centre with Yesterdays News, it being out of stock for months on end, I finally found a suitable cheaper alternative!

    Back-2-Nature, 30...
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    Lump: Re: Daisy's under-the-skin lump thread.

    If it were to be pus filled, how would you notice that with it being under the skin, just so I know what to look for?
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    Lump: Re: Daisy's under-the-skin lump thread.

    bpatters, it does seem to squish in. What would you recommend?

    Hi pinky! Happy New Year to you too! I've been doing fairly well, how've you been doing?
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    Lump: Daisy's under-the-skin lump thread.

    Unfortunately, this is another medical thread, but for my other girl Daisy.
    While checking her over for issues (those of you who don't know, my other girl had a fungus question mark hanging over...
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    Hair Loss: Re: Hair and some skin seems to have come off, advice on what to do? (pics included)

    Well I've been rubbing her regularly with the cold pressed coconut oil and the patch if anything seems to have gotten ever so slightly smaller, so thankfully it seems to be the grease gland. I'll be...
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    Hair Loss: Re: Hair and some skin seems to have come off, advice on what to do? (pics included)

    Will do, and I'll post back if the patch enlarges. Thankfully my coconut oil is the correct type so I've already started on the right path. Thanks again!
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    Hair Loss: Re: Hair and some skin seems to have come off, advice on what to do? (pics included)

    Thanks bpatters - if it does turn out to be fungus, what are the risks of it being passed to her cage mate?
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    Hair Loss: Minnie's medical thread

    Hi all, long time member but a long time since I posted!

    So a refresher, I have two little piggies, Daisy and Minnie, and this thread is regarding Minnie. We were just having our weekly check...
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    Chat Re: Alligator in My Backyard Today

    I used to holiday in Orlando regularly and never came across a gator! We're going again in 2016 so I'm kind of hoping to see one just for the novelty of it :p
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    General: Re: Do dogs hurt guinea pigs?

    The cage needs a very secure lid, and they will likely need more sheltered areas to hide from it. I'd recommend giving them some training tips to stop the dog jumping at the cage etc too. If it's a...
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    Sick: Re: Potentially sick but not sure

    She's usually making the noise when she's sleeping/laying down. I'll keep an eye on her obviously but I don't think she does it when she's going to the toilet.
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    Sick: Potentially sick but not sure

    I think there *might* be something wrong with one of my girls. She's usually the lively one and she's curling up and sleeping a lot more than normal now. I'd say it's been going on for about two...
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    Chat Re: What's Your First Name?

    My name's Sarah (ser-ah). Some people spell it Sara, but without the H, it's pronounced (sarr-a). Nobody miss spells/pronounces it, but when someone spells their name without the H and still says it...
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    Re: This Forum

    First off, controversial posts like this are usually more at home in The Kitchen section of the forum.

    Addressing your issues however, yes, there are plenty of times more seasoned members will...
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    Pellets: Re: mom sneaking in walmart pellets

    I can see where OP is coming from. I don't live with my mum, but sometimes if she came over while I was out, she'd just toss hay all over the cage for no reason, because they have a huge hay holder...
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    Adopting: Re: Small children and guinea pigs

    Ditto pinky. No matter how much kids love animals, the reality is that they might get bored, or take interest in something else, or get distracted by new friends, or lots of homework, the list is...
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    C&C: Re: Holiday themed cages!

    I really wanted to get some christmas themed fleece for the girls cage this year but couldn't manage it on top of everything else I needed to buy so for now, they've got some tinsel round the legs of...
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    General: Re: Christmas gift for the piggers

    That's so cool! Did you buy it or make it? My girls are wheeking with jealousy!
  21. Animal Welfare: Re: Ebay listing: freeze dried guinea pigs.... SO disturbing.

    I'm a self aware hypocrite when it comes to eating meat. I hate the idea of any animal dying (be it humanely or not) but I still choose to eat meat. In part, because my doctors believe that my...
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    Adopting: Re: Please no hate

    Guinea pigs are born ready to go, they can do absolutely everything a fully grown pig can do including floor time :)
  23. Bonding: Re: Problems Introducing my Piggies, Advice needed

    When you say living in your garden, do you mean he's housed in an outdoor cage, or has free run of the garden?

    Either way, that's not very suitable living conditions. Africa, as you already know,...
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    Grooming: Re: How to improve coat on Teddy?

    I'm certainly not suggesting we lock them away and take away any sensory stimulation, I'm simply stating that a cuddle on the couch with familiar smells and sounds is the kind of attention they enjoy...
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    Grooming: Re: How to improve coat on Teddy?

    Most aren't anti showing when it comes to dogs, horses etc, animals that enjoy attention and are comfortable mingling with "stranger" animals. The reason most of us are against showing guinea pigs is...
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