Just bought a new bag of pellets for my two piggies. The brand was a bit higher priced but oh my how good it smells to me. Its Oxbow Simple Harvest. I was delighted to see these guinea pigs munch them. 😀 Needed to share my excitement.
Welcome..I'm new as well. Two 4 month old girls for Christmas. I was worried these two would never let me touch them but after a month or so I am happy to say they like me. Your piggy is so cute. Enjoy her.!!
I'm new to this as well. My kitchen area is also a pan. Bottom layer is pads then fleece then hay. I've been letting it "go" two days then I dump everything out of the pan,wash, then relayer. We also invested in a mister. It helps keep the barn smell down. Winter is difficult. Closed windows...
Just ordered two washable pads for the center of my cage. Fleece is ready to try. Meantime I'm using disposable bed pads that have a waterproof bottom. I put the liners down first then placed fleece on top. I watched my piggies to see their reaction. They both had to taste the fleece but never...
How frightening and worried you must be. I understand about not having a exotic pet vet near by. I'm out in the middle of nowhere. Local vet takes care of everything. I have to drive 200 miles for an exotic vet. Hope your pig is ok. Keep us informed and good luck.
I have a 30x50 homemade cage and am getting ready to switch to fleece. I will be making my own liners. Wanted to know if puppy pads work well. Have thought about cloth diapers for my absorbant layers. Has anyone tried diapers? If so what were your thoughts?
Same here..I'm new to the piggie world and have been using Carefresh mixed with aspen for bedding. Today I bought some fleece because I'd like to see if it will work for me. My question is this..are the layers 1. towel 2. pad then fleece?