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    Re: ALERT! New Target grids are dangerous!

    Hi, I'm a volunteer with the Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue, and the grid change has been a big issue for us, as I suspect it is with many rescues across the country. One of our members contacted...
  2. Re: ALERT! New Target grids are dangerous!

    Hi, I'm a volunteer with the Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue, and the grid change has been a big issue for us, as I suspect it is with many rescues across the country. One of our members contacted...
  3.   Re: ALERT! New Target grids are dangerous!

    Hi, I'm a volunteer with the Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue, and the grid change has been a big issue for us, as I suspect it is with many rescues across the country. One of our members contacted...
  4.   Re: ALERT! New Target grids are dangerous!

    Hi, I'm a volunteer with the Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue, and the grid change has been a big issue for us, as I suspect it is with many rescues across the country. One of our members contacted...
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    Re: Obi-Wan Guinobi

    Yeah he is a cutie. I like his little outfit. My pigs would probably get mad at me if I gave them something like that.
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    Breeding: Re: What if I keep the babies?

    Kritterkrazy just said exactly what I was thinking... where did this person adopt their pig from? That rescue deserves a heads-up so they can try to get the pig back.
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    Re: Getting a Companion for our boar

    They essentially were quarantined, as I had taken Piglet to the vet twice in the 2 months prior to adopting and the rescue had held Petunia for at least 2 months (I'm not sure how long in total) and...
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    Re: Getting a Companion for our boar

    I rely on the introductions ssection on http://cavyspirit.com/sociallife.htm, it has helped me a ton. I recently adopted a friend for my boar, Piglet (a spayed female named Petunia) and I trust the...
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    Re: i want my piggie to enjoy people.

    My pigs run away when I try to pick them up, too. I think it is their natural instinct. Woodstock and Buster live in one cage and they have always run--they will take food out of my hands and seem...
  10. Re: Four week old poofy girl... another sad situation

    Aww yay I'm glad you are keeping her. After she gets healthy are you going to introduce her to Biscuit and Zesty? I would love to see them with the baby, I think your pigs are so cute.
  11. Thread: Puffed up?

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    Re: Puffed up?

    I have been wondering about the puffing up thing too, because one of my pigs tends to fluff up a bit when he sleeps. His sleeping seems normal, not excessive or anything. But sometimes if I lift...
  12. Re: Four week old poofy girl... another sad situation

    Aww, I'm glad you at least got one. That's so sad when people act like that. Are you keeping her or adopting her out once she's healthy? Do you have pictures?

    Oh sorry I didn't read carefully...
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    Re: Unique Piggy Color

    That is so cool, I have seen a few pictures of piggers with those colors before and I always think it is so interesting looking.
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    Re: Cardboard and Towels: Hazards?

    Piglet bites his towel sometimes, but I don't see any harm as long as they don't get ahold of a loose string or something. Same with the oatmeal container, I think it is fine. I give my pigs chubes...
  15. Thread: dry heaving

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    Re: dry heaving

    Sorry for the double post, here is what I saw in a book (I know most books have bad information, this one is better than most I have seen) called "A Practical Guide to Caring for Your Guinea Pig" by...
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    Re: dry heaving

    Haha, my pig who does it is actually named Piglet (at the time we didn't realize how big he would get or how fast an eater he would be... he is 3 and a half pounds now) but I guess he was...
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    Re: dry heaving

    One of my pigs does this, usually when he eats too fast. I won't give him basil stems because he does this and for a while I thought it was choking. I also saw him do it once when he was biting on...
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    Re: Help, Naming!!

    I like the name Butter
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    Re: Truffle's 4th Birthday!

    Aww shes so cute (and so is her cage mate) they're adorable. I just adopted a spayed female yesterday for one of my males to live with (he had problems with my other two and has been living by...
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    Re: The Chronicles of Chalmette

    I was about to say the same, I love the first picture, with her nose right up to the camera and you can really see her big brown eyes. I actually couldn't tell what size dog she was until I saw the...
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    Re: Good cookbooks?

    Hi,
    Unfortunately I am not still vegetarian (I fell out of the lifestyle after a year or two of college away from home and I could not cook in my dorm room and food choices became somewhat...
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    Re: Um...help the noob?

    Why you should adopt from us:
    ~Though an animal you adopt from us may not be a baby, it will already be tame and used to people. We treat our rescues just like our own family, and they are all...
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    Re: Um...help the noob?

    Petsmart knows their animals come from appalling conditions in pet mills and has done little about it. They get sick animals most of the time, but continue to buy from these suppliers because it is...
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    Re: How to get guinea pig to exercise ?

    Auburnmare is right, mine get scared if they are somewhere they are not used to being. Just keep getting her out every day and she will eventually not be afraid.
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    Re: The Chronicles of Chalmette

    I'm so glad you rescued her. I've been checking every day for more of the story!
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