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#1 Mistake New Guinea Pig Owners Make



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Scotty is a volunteer at the Los Angeles Guinea Pig Rescue. He has been helping with adoptions, transportation and whatever else needs to be done at the rescue. After over six years volunteering Scotty has seen plenty of mistakes. There is a learning curve when caring for guinea pigs, and pet stores don’t exactly help the situation with inadequate cages and offering different kinds of food and treats that are less than healthy. The number one biggest mistake that Scotty sees at the Guinea Pig Rescue and the one mistake that Scotty sees the most often, is cage size! Guinea pigs need to live in 8 square feet and so often Scotty sees cages that are even as small as 2 square feet!

Pet Store Backroom Guinea Pig Rescue



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This is the story of one of those guinea pigs that disappear into the pet store back room. Watch Saskia give her two cents on the situation and enjoy the abscess draining! The big chain pet stores put sick animals in the “back room” and that usually doesn’t end too well. This guinea pig was rescued from there. Her medical records indicate that treating veterinarians appeared to be at a loss at what is ailing her but ….
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KID PETS A PYTHON! TODDLER VISITS PETCO & SEES LIZARDS, SNAKES, FISH, GUINEA PIGS, CATS AT PET STORE



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Exotic Pets – Guinea Pig



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Exotic Pets – Guinea Pig – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.

I am Beth Randall, and I am the director at Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary. And this is a guinea pig. And they are native to South America, where they burrow underground and live in colonies. They are common as pets here in the US. They have been pets for a very long time. And they can be a very nice starter pet for people. Very, relatively easy to take care of. They are somewhat friendly. Um, a little skittish, but with appropriate handling, especially from the time they are young, they can be very handleable and friendly. The girl female guinea pigs like to be in pairs, often. And the males tend to like to be alone. An appropriate large guinea pig cage would be about a foot and a half to 2 feet by 3 to 4 feet. They do not need a wheel for exercise. They can actually harm their backs if they have a wheel. So that is something really important not to put in their cage.

They like a little hut for a hideout. Some of them will like a box. The general guinea pig huts are probably about the best. They do need a diet specific for guinea pigs. There are guinea pig pellets that are formulated with vitamin C, because guinea pigs cannot manufacture the vitamin C. And so they do need to have that in their diet, whether it is fresh fruits and vegetables, and/or the pellets. And they also need Timothy Hay, which is a grass hay, and not alfalfa hay. Alfalfa is much too rich in proteins, and can make them sick. So fresh fruits and vegetables are really important for their diet as well. It is really good for them to have those everyday. Not iceberg lettuce, though, because that has far too much water content, and can give them diarrhea and other stomach problems. They do make little noises. They squeak like this. And that means they are happy or excited. Sometimes they week. They will make all kinds of different little noises like that.

They will know when you are getting their food. They can tell when the refrigerator opens, and go week, week, week. And so, but they are a prey animal, so you have to remember that. Because when you go to pick them up, if you pick them up from the tap, that can feel like a predator is coming after them. And if you pick them up from the bottom, they feel much safer, and so they are much easier to hold that way. It is nice to have, also, a little pen where they can come out and exercise. Whether it is in your house, or out in your yard, while you are with them, supervising it. And they will graze on your grass, as long as it is not treated with pesticides or anything. And they will play around in your living room as well.

They do chew. They are a rodent, so their teeth are always growing. And so they do chew a lot, they need things to chew on. Chew blocks, chew sticks. Um, again, their hay and their pellets will help keep their teeth down. They do need their nails trimmed regularly, just like a cat or dog. And you do have to watch those teeth growing, to make sure they are growing straight. They do not have to go to the vet on a regular basis. But it does not hurt to take them in every year, just for a checkup. Just to make sure there is nothing going on with them. And guinea pigs live about 5 to 8 years, and are not really prone to a lot of diseases, as long as they are well taken care of.

Exotic Pets : Breeding Guinea Pigs



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It’s important for people not to breed guinea pigs unless they are trained breeders, and breeders should make sure that the mother weighs at least 200 grams. Discover how gestation takes about nine to 10 weeks for guinea pigs with help from the manager of a pet store in this free video on breeding guinea pigs.

Expert: Ashlee
Bio: Ashlee has been the manager of Pet Planet in Riverton, Utah for the last three years.
Filmmaker: Michael Burton

Pet Guinea Pig Becomes a Pet Snake || ViralHog



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Occurred on February 5, 2017

“I woke up one morning and the top of the guinea pig cage outside was slightly knocked off. So I looked inside the cage and one of my daughter’s beloved pigs was gone. We assumed it was a cat!!! So what I started doing was covering the cage with a big cloth at night to ensure a cat would never get this other remaining pig named Macey. Then about 10 days later I put the guinea pig back in his cage and went inside to do something for about 20 minutes before remembering and returning to cover him up for the night so he’d be safe. That’s when I saw a massive 2 meter (at least) sized snake in the cage. For a second totally confused at what I was seeing as how could a snake that big even get in a cage through the small bars. I looked around to find the guinea pig and sadly he wasn’t in there UNTIL I noticed the snakes body and the bulge in it. So I guess it wasn’t a cat after all, it was this python!!! Anyway so the snake was so big from eating the guinea pig that he couldn’t get back out of the cage and wasn’t even going to attempt it. So we threw the cage in the back of the car, drove it about 5 kmls away and let it go free”.

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Pet Store Cages Are TOO SMALL! Guinea Pigs Need Bigger.



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Almost 99% of pet store cages DO NOT meet the minimum size requirements to happily and healthily house your guinea pigs. Meeting the cage requirement for your guinea pigs is just one of their basic needs.

2 guinea pigs require 28 by 56 inches or about 9 square feet of room. If you are talking c&c cages the minimum you’d want to build or buy is a 2by4. A Midwest Habitat is just a touch below the standard for 2 guinea pigs but is much better than using your traditional guinea pig store bought cage. If you have a Midwest that is just fine, connecting 2 together is always a great idea if you so desire.
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Cages are your guinea pigs home, so please make them something they will love to live in for the next 7 years. Spending a bit more on a DIY cage is SO WORTH IT. Cheap pet store cages or expensive, they are not even something to consider.

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