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    Megabeast 5/14/05-6/11/12

    Ly and all that know me. I just wanted to post to say that Megabeast passed away a few hours ago in her sleep. She was born to Ly&Pigs' Chatty and Teddy on May 14, 2005 (after an accidental...
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    Cage: Re: Building a new cage

    The cage in the post above mine is the stuff I wanted to recommend. It's called hardware cloth. It's welded, sturdy, wire mesh (1cm sq holes). It is easy to see in and out of and tends not to...
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    Re: New moderator team!

    What great news! Welcome to the team new mods and, well, everyone else. The mods and admin may help keep this site running smoothly but every single member of this forum keeps the information and...
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    Re: Gone but will never be forgotten

    I'm terribly sorry Ly. Meg sends you kisses. She's still going strong and still manages to get the zoomies, even at her age.
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    Re: I need some help please!

    Rabbits can be carriers of both Bordetella and Pasteurella without showing any symptoms and they can even give false negatives if tested for the diseases. Both of these diseases are usually fatal to...
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    Re: I need some help please!

    They can be in the same room but they should not be able to touch nor should she share water bottles or feeding dishes. I have my GPs above my rabbit cage. That avoids any accidental contact.
  7. Cage: Re: Modifying pet store cage. Will it be large enough? Opinions please.

    Technically it's still not big enough no matter how many levels you ad to it. Upper levels don't allow a GP to really stretch out and run and explore and some simply don't like upper levels. There is...
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    Re: Need help with turtle

    It can have cat food occationally. It's a little to rich for everyday feeding. You can feed it cat food once a week. You can use wet or dry. The dry food should be soaked first to soften it. The wet...
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    Re: Need help with turtle

    - What kinds of vegetables that good for turtle? How much should I give him?
    They can eat pretty much the same stuff you would feed a GP. Mine get leafy greens, shredded carrot, melon, dandelion...
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    C&C Alternatives: Re: Wooden/Cardboard Cage

    All types of plywood, particle board and MDF contain harmful glues and chemicals. They also, like all woods, also absorb moisture and become a breeding ground for bacteria, molds and fungi. They...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Teresa!

    Happy Birthday T
  12. Vegetables: Re: What does one cup of vegetables look like?

    Ramekins come in different sizes so I can't be certain.
  13. Vegetables: Re: What does one cup of vegetables look like?

    A cup of veggies would fill an 8oz drinking glass and is pretty close to a handful with fingers partially closed.
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    Eyes: Re: question about my girls eye

    Most likely she scratched it on a bit of bedding or hay. Keep a watch on it. If the discharge goes away it was likely very minor and has healed on it's own. If the discharge continues and/or if her...
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    Pet Stores: Re: First Thoughts

    A sticky is a thread or post that has been "stuck" to the top of the listing. If you go to just about any forum section you will see some posts at the top that never move. They are stuck there so...
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    Pet Stores: Re: First Thoughts

    There is something similar to it here http://www.guineapigcages.com/forum/special-reference/47469-what-rescuing-adopting.html
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    Pet Stores: Re: First Thoughts

    There are certain signs to looks for

    A rescue will -
    -want to meet you in person
    -have you fill out an adoption form
    -speak to you about your knowledge of GPs and educate you on any areas you...
  18. Thread: Coco Peat

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    Bedding: Re: Coco Peat

    I wouldn't use it. Seems to me it would have a fast compost time and while possibly being resistant to molds and fungus in and of itself--add some fecal and urine to it and all bets are off. Fecal...
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    Re: Boundaries in second level?

    A second level would need a fence or walls tall enough so the GPs cannot jump it. It's it's higher then 6" from the cage floor it would also need a barrier to keep them from falling off.

    Most...
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    Re: Do Guinea Pigs Share?

    If they don't want to share a pigloo then it won't matter how big it is, one will still get chased out. Either get two or you can start with one and use a small cardboard box to make another.
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    Diet: Re: Picky eaters?

    One of the best ways I've seen to get a GP to eat new veggies is to let them see that it's good to eat. Usually another pig will show them but since you have 2 hesitant veggie explorers you will need...
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    Hair Loss: Re: Help! Merlin's lost almost all his fur

    I agree with Foggy. A vet visit, as soon as possible, is in order (tomorrow morning would be best). With the extreme hair loss and lethargy you are describing it sounds more serious then mites and...
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    General: Re: Guinea pig death

    I'm assuming that the GP went into the tube but you somehow left the end unblocked (or removed the block at the end) and the GP ran back out again.

    Try again. This time make certain both ends...
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    General: Re: Guinea pig death

    Here is my idea. get a length (about 2 meters) of black, plastic garden drainage tubing (pictured below). Cover one end in mesh, screen or even pantyhose. Secure it on well with a strong rubberband...
  25. Thread: stray cat

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    Re: stray cat

    Did you use the glue that came with the caps? The glue the company supplies is really bad. It's weak and the few times the groomer used it the cats did have the caps off quickly. We recommend using a...
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