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Behavior Temps?

bernyb

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Cavy Slave
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Apr 2, 2012
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Hi everyone,

I've gotten so much great advice from everyone. Thank you.

I made my boys an outdoor "home". It is made out of cinder blocks, with wood over the corners for shelter and it's covered with an old screen door to keep them safe. They love going outside to play. It's about 12' square with tree branches, shoe boxes and tube tunnels. My question is what temperatures are best for a play time outside? What is too cold and too hot for them?
 
They can't handle temperatures above 85 degrees Fahrenheit -- that's the maximum. Sixty-five degrees is probably the minimum for them to be able to enjoy being out, although they can survive much colder temperatures. There's one poster on here who rescued her pig after a couple of nights in a snow bank.
 
So that would be between 15 degree Celsius and 25 degrees Celsius. Excellent, thanks.
 
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