Guinea Pigs

The Guinea Pig (Cavia Porcellus), also called the Cavy, is a species of rodent belonging to the family Caviidae and the genus Cavia. Despite their common name, these animals are not in the pig family, neither are they from Guinea.

Guinea Pigs can make a great pet for children aged between 12 to 13 and is all so a great pet for an adults. If you are getting a pet Guinea Pigs you may want to look up on the Google and find as much information about Guinea Pigs

Some Guinea Pigs are verry social so they need a friend. If you are thinking about getting more then one friend for your Guinea Pig Animal Needs & Info think it be better if you get up to (3or4)

Suitable House ▼
Guinea Pigs can be put indoors or outdoors. You will need to have some kind of beding. If you put your Guinea Pig outdoors you will need to make sure that the hutch is weatherproof and haves legs on all 4 on the hutch. This will lift the hutch off the ground a little bit

Grass and Hay should be part of your Guinea Pig diet and it should be free from dust. If it’s got dust in it is no good and must be put in a bin (ASAP). Guinea Pigs like to eat Guinea Pigs nuggets and love to have veg like Kale, Herbs, Root Vegetables

Guinea Pigs need fresh water you should always check your Guinea Pig drink bottles and make sure that it got plenty of water to drink

When you get a pet Guinea Pig you should see what it behaviour is like so you get use to how you’re Guinea Pigs ways. Also this will help you find out more about your Guinea Pigs. Also will help you in the long run

4Welfare Needs ▼
1■ Suitable living
2■ Good diet and clean water
3■ With no other pets
4■ Vet Check Up




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