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Haha so cute. A little teddy in it.
Here is another picture I was talking about. Doesn't look like roman nose. This picture is from another person I found online.
I don't think the second photo is his guinea pig. The first one is.Oh sorry, totally didn't see the second page, that pig just looks like a teddy, like they already said.
Know breeds have different names everywhere but in the uk we would call this a Rex, it has crinkled whiskers and dense fur but it is soft. And as people have said the colour has nothing to do with breed. I have a cream coloured Rex boar and he is very friendly and loves being handled.
[MENTION=15081]pinky[/MENTION] What's the difference between a Rex and a Teddy?
I dont think there is a difference. But different parts of the world have different words. But I could be wrong.
I need a better picture, if you can get a close up of his face. Does your pig have a crest like area in the frontal part of his head?? If so, it almost looks like it might be a baby agoti brown crested guinea pig. If not, I would say Teddy. Alot of times these pet stores will sale Guinea pigs(normally at 3 months of age) The store workers don't usually know the age because most of the time they don't know anything about Guinea pigs (other than what they are told -for sale'n them) I have bought one from my local pet store only because it was (3) weeks old but the worker kept telling me he was (3) mo old! I knew he wasn't because he still had a bit of his umbilical cord attached(most people don't even notice things like this) & he was quite tiny. Smaller than the others.
You can also have a rough furred guinea pig without it being a teddy. I have an American-teddy male with a really pointy nose but the rough fur. Teddies always have a Roman nose. The op's guinea pig looks like it has a pointy nose so it looks like a mix.