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  1. Stones: Re: Bladder stone removal on 8 year old guinea pig

    [emoji173][emoji120] thank you

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  2. Stones: Re: Bladder stone removal on 8 year old guinea pig

    We are by no means out of the woods yet. Nowhere near it! I have just done a second feed. It is midnight here. Time for a quick kip before the next feed.
    Fingers crossed that she gets to see the...
  3. Stones: Bladder stone removal on 8 year old guinea pig

    Winifred's previous thread was too old to edit.
    https://www.guineapigcages.com/forum/threads/114889-Superlorin-implant-7yr-old-pig-showing-signs-of-ovarian-cysts?highlight=

    Today Winifred had...
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    Hay: Re: Allergic to hay

    I try to go for oaten hay as meadow hay sets me off far worse, but it depends on the time of year. Good ventilation, antihistamines and thoroughly washing my hands seconds after directly touching hay...
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    Re: Anyone use Grocery store GP pellets?

    Pet Stock does small quantities of meadow hay and oaten hay in a couple of different brands. I think it's about $10 a bag.

    As for pellets, I only feed oxbow if I'm feeding them pellets at all....
  6. General: Re: Moving 3,000 miles away - how to transport pigs

    That is hilarious! Your cats know how to holiday!

    Someone posted recently about a US airline that allow pets in the cabin but it was only one pet per carrier per person - not exactly going to...
  7. Behavior: Re: I think my female guinea pig might be a male

    Firstly, welcome! This forum is an excellent reference point.

    Being from a pet shop they could be anything so when you can, flip them over and compare to the above pictures. Both Soecara and...
  8. Thread: Feet?

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    Feet: Re: Feet?

    I'm not sure what a borough is but if you saw the state of my front yard or back yard... My elderly neighbour recently offered to assist me by gardening for me... Whoops!
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    Mouth: Re: Possible Tooth Problem

    Assuming from Kaytee you are in the US? I'm hoping someone else from there can weigh in on good options for you.

    Where I live I have bought hay for years from feed supply or farm supply places...
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    Mouth: Re: Possible Tooth Problem

    Hay is critical. Fresh good quality hay should make up majority of his diet and it's important they have access 24/7 to keep healthy and happy. If he's been missing out on this key level of fibre in...
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    Re: Hello Piggie fans!

    Guinea pig pregnancy is roughly 63 days. It doesn't always become apparent until the last couple of weeks.
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    Fleece: Re: Question about amount to buy

    Oh I am the last to work out how on any diy project. Hopefully my instructions make sense!
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    Re: Hunter - The Rescued Guinea Pig

    It took me a couple of heartbreaking errors to fully realise it, but it is invaluable knowing that when you need it your vet can actually get you through and give accurate advice. Sounds so silly...
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    Re: Hello Piggie fans!

    Hi Sheime! Welcome!

    Keep in mind that Shieme may be pregnant. Coming from a breeders that is a possibility as guinea pigs can get pregnant right after delivering pups. There are some great...
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    Re: Hunter - The Rescued Guinea Pig

    I like to check in with my vet whenever someone new joins the family. Make sure you locate an exotics vet who specialises in guinea pigs. I certainly have made that error in the past and visited...
  16. General: Re: Moving 3,000 miles away - how to transport pigs

    Well I think getting help from friends or family is definitely step one! Of course plan ahead for food, water, changes to bedding in carriers and a quick set up when you arrive at your destination. ...
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    Mouth: Re: Possible Tooth Problem

    What has he been eating? Has there been any changes to what he has been eating recently?

    Is his behaviour otherwise normal?
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    Re: Hunter - The Rescued Guinea Pig

    Welcome Happy Cavy! Awesome job rescuing little Hunter! Sounds like you're already giving her a great life!

    Bedding: Totally down to personal preferences/circumstances. Having tried both, fleece...
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    Play: Re: Wanting to play outside

    I'm not sure of what you're risk is from parasites because I'm from Aus and I'm sure it's different.
    The big concerns are predators and exposure. They should be under direct supervision from you...
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    Fleece: Re: Question about amount to buy

    Rectangle 1: Length and width of base of cage
    Rectangle 2: Length should be 2 x (length + width of base). Width should be 2 x height of coroflute wall.

    Sew the length (long side) of rectangle 2...
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    Say What?: Re: Sick Noise? Chattering? Happy?

    I've got a coughing, throat-clearing pig. No history of dental issues. Its like she eats too fast sometimes. Her incisors has always been perfect.
    But I'm definitely going to add that to the list...
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    Mites: Re: New Pig Incubation Period

    I would still move forward with treating them. Definitely Maddie who is the appropriate weight. If/when Lola is the right weight I'd do it again.
    Better to make sure you nip this problem before it...
  23. Thread: Feet?

    by grace&piggies
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    Feet: Re: Feet?

    Some guinea pigs get calluses from soft bed bedding like fleece. My neutered male gets them all the time. They don't hurt him or affect his mobility. I would imagine it is something like that. My...
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    Fleece: Re: Why use fleece

    I found disposable bedding hard. It smelt either luck dirty cage or had it's own odor (pine/newspaper dust, etc). I never liked the smell of pine shavings so that was out. I did use newspaper based...
  25. Fleece: Re: Fleece is now wicking what next...???

    Uhaul pads are basically the blankets that furniture removalists use. You might find a similar or same product just under a different name. They're like a thick blanket made of denim type fibres.
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