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Try guineapigcages.com for much better information. Most pet store cages are much to small for one Guinea Pig, let alone two or more. A pair of Guinea Pigs needs a minimum of 10.5 square feet. Most pet store cages are less than 4 sq feet.
i have 6 females and 10 boys and i love my cavies very much !! there so cute.
i have 24 girls and 21 boy the all soo cute
I have 7 boys and 4 girls.
The most adorable things!!
i have 4 3 girls 1 buy sooo cute i love guinea pigs!!!!!!!!!!:D:D:D
Hey, your website is very VERY cool and informative, i love it! oh ya! i have a cool website too, its just in progress so i hope you like it so far! its called www.cavycingdom.webs.com i hope you like it!
So I just joined because I thought your website was adorable.
I am having trouble introducing my new guinea pig Rosie, 5 weeks old, to my older guinea pig Petunia, 2 yrs old. I thought that Petunia was going to be dominant but instead she was terrified of Rosie and Rosie seems to be the more dominant one. I don't know if this is going to be the best match for Petunia and I don't want her living the rest of her life being bullied by a younger pig.
I introduced them slowly, putting cages close to each other for a couple of days, letting them run for free time with a barrier between them so they could just sniff each other. I put them together on my couch with washed towels with no scent, ery neutral, and Rosie's hair stuck straight up immediately, she was chattering her teeth, and hissing. Petunia didn't really notice at first and was licking Rosie's head. Rosie then started raising her butt in the air and doing like a weird movement. Then Petunia started hissing and chattering her teeth. They were both head to head with their noses high and looking like they were going to attack. Rosie lept for Petunia once and didn't bite her. Petunia look so scared that I threw a towel over them and separated them. The next day I had them playing during free time with a barrier, and the second I put petunia down she had what sounded like a nervous break down. Her squeaks sounded so stressed out and she ran in a hiding spot. Is this normal should my older guinea pig be afraid of the younger one. I am going to try introducing them again but I have read that if the younger one is to aggressive then maybe it won't be the best match.
Any advice from anyone please
Piggy-Lover-1577 says...hi i just joined and i love your website
hi i just joined and i love your website
justine says... idk what to feed them :S
idk what to feed them :S
What do you mean by you don't know what to feed them?
I recently joined your website. I absolutely love it, and it's gorgeous. I love all your little piggies
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great website, I just joined up!
I was wondering if you could take a look at my website and tell me what I need to add? www.ThePigloo.webs.com
I have spoken to you in the emails. This is a really great website it is has fantastic information (all correct as well) and good ideas!
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even though i dont own a guinea pig i love your website lovein the new set up x
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