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    Not Eating: Re: Scooter's medical thread

    He is doing really good. Lots of popcorning, zooming, and wheeking. He is a completely different little guy than when he first arrived. I am still lobbying for a buddy for him, until then I do my...
  2. Re: Unplanned adoption, seeking input on my check list

    Long past due for an update. Photos when life allows. So just a quick update for now. Nutter Butter has a fleece forest now which he really likes. He will hunker down in it, run around it,...
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    Not Eating: Re: Scooter's medical thread

    I have been very busy with life and finally had a chance to drop back in and it is nice to see good news here!
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    Sick: Re: Sparky's Medical Thread

    I am so sorry for your loss spy9doc. These lovely little fur children leave such a big impression on our heart and soul.
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    Re: Meet my new baby boy!!!

    There is a wealth of information in pinned post for new piggies. I'll share what has worked for me. If possible elevate the cage, I am doing this after Christmas is cleaned up. This puts him at a...
  6. Re: Unplanned adoption, seeking input on my check list

    We celebrated the season with Nutter Butter slow rolling through Bethlehem. Pictures will be added for context after I get them from my daughter.

    I am so happy to have Butter, but I had a bit of...
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    Re: It's Introduction Day!

    That is a pretty awesome Christmas present!
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    Chat Re: I would like you all to meet Leo.

    Leo's story sounds a lot like Nutter Butter's. Rags to riches. Now I just have to convince my wife on the idea that Butter needs a buddy.
  9. Re: Unplanned adoption, seeking input on my check list

    I should have mentioned this is a temporary location for the holiday season. He currently resides in our office area and will be moving to the living room after Christmas is put away. I am going to...
  10. Re: Unplanned adoption, seeking input on my check list

    It has been awhile and I wanted to give an update on Nutter Butter. He is enjoying his new home which is a 2x3 C&C, which I know is the bare minimum, but it is a huge improvement from the tiny thing...
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    Re: New to this

    The best way to score coroplast is to purchase the special tool that is made for it. I chose to use a carpet knife with the blade retracted and a metal straight edge. With a carpet knife you have...
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    Re: New Owner/ Need Help!

    Guinea pigs are a prey animal in the wild and can be skittish for a time. Be calm when around him, keep voices at a normal conversation level, and don't make sudden movements. You don't have to be...
  13. Cage: Re: Where can I find cheap supplies to make my own cage?

    I purchased grids from Amazon and a coroplast sheet from Home Depot. Total cost was around $45 for something far better than a store bought cage. I am moving to fleece over wood pellets instead of...
  14. Teeth: Re: Help! Advice for weaning off critical care

    I can only share my experience of moving a piggies off of critical care. Your experience may be different because it was a dental problem. I mixed a bit of critical care with some pellets and water...
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    Not Eating: Re: Scooter's medical thread

    It is so nice to see good news on Scooter. Cautious optimism is always a good stance on all things medical. Nutter Butter and I hope to see continued news of improvement down the road.
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    Re: Guinea Pigs in Christmas Photos?

    Holding them on your lap with a small Santa or elf hats on would be pretty cute. If you are crafty, maybe make felt antlers.
  17. Teeth: Re: Weaning off of Critical care...advice?

    When one of my girls was sick I weaned her off. I reduced the critical care and made mushy pellets and slowly back to a normal diet. She really liked critical care also, but moved over to mushy...
  18. Re: Unplanned adoption, seeking input on my check list

    Just a little update. Nutter Butter is enjoying being spoiled and has learned wheeking is a good thing and generally results in supper, breakfast, fresh hay, or pellets arriving. There were some...
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    Not Eating: Re: Scooter's medical thread

    It is good to see positive new about Scooter.
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    Re: I'm sorry, baby Punkin. I love you.

    That is a beautiful tribute to Punkin. I know how much you loved him and how much it hurts.
  21. Re: Hey There! My names Lilly and I'm looking forward to meeting other piggy owners!

    Welcome! Take a look at the pinned post at the top of the forums. There is a lot of good information and many questions that you might have can probably be answered there.
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    Re: I'm sorry, baby Punkin. I love you.

    I feel your pain and sorrow my brother. I am so sorry to hear that Punkin has passed. I know how much you loved and cared for your little man and you gave him a wonderful life. Please take care of...
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    Re: I'll see you again someday, Cola

    I am so sorry for you loss of Cola. She surely felt the love you had for her. Share extra time with Pepsi and help each other through things.

    This forum was a huge help when I lost my girls. I...
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    Nails/Nail Trimming: Re: Nail cutting.

    Go to post #23 here-
    https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum/threads/121640-Unplanned-adoption-seeking-input-on-my-check-list/page2

    I was having problems with the nail clipping and spy9doc helped a...
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    Wood Pellets/Chips: Re: Wood Pellets Questions

    I am going this route soon. I found a couple of pinned post at the top of this forum very helpful. One of them addresses the type of pellets very well. The big take away from that post is to make...
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