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    General: Re: Can Chewing the Bars Hurt their Teeth?

    We have these on the store or you can fashion your own version, but once they break the habit, that's pretty much it.
    https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/pig-a-boo-window

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    Fleece: Re: The Guineadad Question

    If you are looking at supporting guinea pig crafters, just know that GuineaDad liners are made in China.
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    Litter Training: Re: Where to find Litter Trays?

    You're very welcome. :)
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    Litter Training: Re: Where to find Litter Trays?

    Yes, check here: https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/midwest-cages :)
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    Litter Training: Re: Where to find Litter Trays?

    https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/kitchens
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    Re: Vegetarism and Religion

    This thread is from 2006. We don't need to have another hunter vs. vegan debate here, especially as your first post. I'm closing this thread. Advice: try so-called 'hunting' with a camera if you like...
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    Re: Midwest expansion

    We have a lot of that figured out here: https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/midwest-cages
  8. Cage: Re: Show me your C&C table. What do you have it on besides the grid stand?

    What is it that you don't like about the stand? What problem are you trying to fix?
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    Cage: Re: C&C or Midwest for New House?

    You just need to offset the wide loft or turn it into a narrow loft by cutting it down. That will make it more easily cleanable again. Do you have room to offset the wide loft?
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    Re: c&c cage

    A C&C cage is a whole lot easier to clean when it's only 2 grids wide.
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    Re: Shiemi and Zoe's new digs

    Sorry, but the bottom of a Midwest is absolutely not solid. It is a canvas fabric bottom and MUST sit on a solid surface. Do yourself a favor and stick with a properly assembled C&C cage. Much easier...
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    Fleece: Re: Feeling so FRUSTRATED by fleece bedding

    Yup. Straight fleece is too much work. You need the Cagetopia Cavy Cafe: https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/kitchens

    It's what it's for. Put your disposable bedding there. Works great.
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    Fleece: Re: Feeling so FRUSTRATED by fleece bedding

    Do you have a Cavy Cafe or kitchen area underneath the loft or are you using straight, 100% fleece?
  14. C&C: Re: Worried about gap between coroplast and grids

    She's talking about the normal gap. Totally normal and nothing to worry about. If you've got brand new babies, you should baby-proof. Other than that, it's fine. (I'm the store owner, for newbies. :)...
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    Coroplast: Re: Non-toxic glues for coroplast?

    Gluing coroplast is not easy. It requires special glue. No normal glues will work. Approach differently. You cannot 'attach' walls. It simply will not work. You need to have scored walls and use the...
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    Wood Pellets/Chips: Re: Wood pellets under fleece

    Wood pellets under fleece make for a gigantic dusty mess. Seems like a good idea, but not so much.
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    Grids Re: Grid cage stands

    https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/stands-cubbies
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    General: Re: Breathing in pig poop

    If you have dust mite allergies, avoid it. Guinea pig cages increase the humidity in a room. Dust mite populations love the humidity and the dust. Dust mite allergies are one of the most common...
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    Fleece: Re: Why use fleece

    We sell all kinds of fleece on the Market store, so I'm all for fleece, HOWEVER, it is definitely more high-maintenance than disposable bedding. No question. I've been going back and forth in...
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    Bonding: Re: Bonding males?

    Hey Jocelyn, How many male trios do you have experience with that have lived together for longer than 6 months?

    It is my very strong advice to NOT attempt to add a third male. While TWO males can...
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    General: Re: Floor time bedding

    Saw this on Facebook. Thought it was pretty brilliant.

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  22. Liners: Re: Buying some cage liners - Uhaul or Zorb as the absorbent layer?

    Ha. Turns out it's ZORB. I checked. Nothing special or unique about it at all. Just marketing that makes it sounds like it's something it's not.
  23. Liners: Re: Buying some cage liners - Uhaul or Zorb as the absorbent layer?

    I have tested them quite objectively. In fact, I'm doing a full study on all beddings with a very scientific and objective analysis on multiple characteristics. 2 layers of uHaul outperforms a single...
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    Coroplast: Re: Coroplast sources that will ship?

    I know not all HD's are the same, but I looked at Coro when I was in my HD the other day, if I didn't know better, I'd have thought I could buy what looked like a full sheet of white. They never...
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    How Many: Re: Adding male GPigs to my pair?

    I would only add sows if and only if you live in a responsible ADULTS ONLY home. If there are kids around, don't do that either. :) Responsible adults, should be no problem. :)
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