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    Urine: Re: Possible blood in pee…

    Is there anything I can do in the meantime while I continue to wait for the vet?
    I looked at the calcium levels between the hay I use and the Oxbow pellets and they both have a max. of 0.75% would...
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    Urine: Re: Possible blood in pee…

    Update: I've been watching them, and I'm pretty sure it's my older girl. A few times she's squeaked while urinating, but as I wathed them, she suddenly stopped doing it. (As in a few more pees...
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    Urine: Possible blood in pee…

    Hey all, haven't posted in a long time but today I let my pigs out for floor time and the cardboard box in their cage looked like it had blood in it. I haven't been able to tell which pig it's from...
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    Re: Just found out my piggies is a male

    Did you put them on hold or something? Where are you getting them from? Do you have them yet? Is there any way you can get two females instead? Sorry for all the questions, it just seems weird that...
  5. Newborn Pups: Re: 3 Day old pups - help with gender please?

    The first one looks like a female to me, the other two look like males. You don't have to worry about the boys missing their mom, they adjust very well, especially since they will have each other....
  6. Rehoming: Re: Found a pig I rehomed in a local pet store.

    I'm glad you took him back. I get really annoyed when pet stores take pigs, throw them together, and expect everything to go well. I hope everything goes well with you guys
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    Behavior: Re: Vegetables

    Hi Asher98, here are a couple links to other threads on the website about how to teach your guinea pig to eat veggies and another one on which veggies and fruits are safe for them to eat. Sometimes...
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    Re: Hello Everyone!

    Welcome to the forum! Your pig is adorable
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    Vegetables: Re: Is this safe to eat?

    spy9doc Oh thank you, I just looked back at what I previously read (Mezuna is a mild Japanese green with a spicy exotic flavour) and I guess I misunderstood it. I'll see if my neighbor still has the...
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    Vegetables: Re: Is this safe to eat?

    New development: my neighbor just texted again and she has organically grown green beans and mezuna. I know the pigs can have green beans but I have no idea about mezuna. I hadn't heard of it before,...
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    Bonding: Re: Tips on picking up guinea pigs!

    If you don't like chasing and grabbing them as much, some people have found using a cuddle sack or a "piggy elevator" works for them. A Piggy elevator is just basically a cardboard box with a hole...
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    Vegetables: Re: Is this safe to eat?

    spy9doc I looked up summer squash and it looks almost exactly like it, but it tastes exactly like a cucumber. I am baffled as to what it actually is. I don't think I'll give it to the pigs just to be...
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    Vegetables: Re: Is this safe to eat?

    That's the thing, I have no idea if they are old or not. I tried them myself and they are crunchy so I would assume they aren't old. Thank you though.
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    Bonding: Re: Bonding a young pig with a baby

    http://www.cavyspirit.com/sociallife.htm#Introductions
    http://guinea-pigs.livejournal.com/3002707.html

    Here's a couple links on introductions. Since they will still be really young, introductions...
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    Vegetables: Is this safe to eat?

    A couple weeks ago I had my neighbors watch the piggies for a week while I was on vacation. Today she dropped off a bag of cucumber as a treat for them, which was a very sweet gesture. The thing is,...
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    Behavior: Re: Question(s) on Newly Adopted Pigs

    Congrats on your new piggies!! Just keep doing what you are doing. This is all normal behavior; my pigs still take food and run to the other side of the cage to eat it, and I've had them for 2 years....
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    Re: OreoMa94

    Hi, OreoMa94 welcome to the forum! Here's a link to some information on guinea pig pregnancies:...
  18. Puberty: Re: Baby Boars Biting (but don't want to be separated)

    A 2x3 cage is usually only recommended for one guinea pig. 2 guinea pigs need at least a 2x4 cage. Also, males need more space than females do, so it might be better to invest in a 2x5 cage (or...
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    Diet: Re: Looking for better quality pellets

    I see you have a couple different brands shown up there; are you asking if any of those are ok or have you been using all of them ?

    The only brand I (and basically this whole website) would...
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    Keeping Cool: Re: No AC, will pigs be fine?

    I have a couple extra grids, and that sounds like a really good idea, i will be sure to use that if anything happens again. We were able to get air conditioning guys out here today, and they were...
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    Keeping Cool: Re: No AC, will pigs be fine?

    I realize the dangers of leaving them alone, and I would never leave them if I had the opportunity to bring them with me. However last night was an emergency, and by emergency I meant that we were...
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    Diet: Re: Two different ages

    Yogurt drops and basically every other pet store treat just have junk in them. I would throw the yogurt drops away and just stick with parsley.
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    Keeping Cool: Re: No AC, will pigs be fine?

    I left and came back already, and I was only gone a couple hours. My mom is very heat-sensitive, and I knew if she was hot, the pigs would be hot, but again, not my decision to leave. I would never...
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    Keeping Cool: Re: No AC, will pigs be fine?

    Ha oops over-exaggerated, it's only 82, but yes I agree that is still hot. There is no way, unfortunately, that I can bring them but I can leave fans on and I'll put an ice pack in the cage. There's...
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    Keeping Cool: No AC, will pigs be fine?

    So today our air conditioning broke. I'm in Northern California and outside its like over 100, and not much better inside (probably at least 90 if not higher). I'm literally sitting here dying, and...
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