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James Miller - 2010-02-08
I just got my guinea pig! She is a she of course so I named her Sara! She is the cutest guinea pig ever! She is a woodsy brown with a white stripe in the middle of her nose and a small white tuft on her forehead and one white leg! She is only two months old and she is already letting us hold her and play with her! And she is smart! She never poops outside of her cage! Thanks for all of the excellent tips animal world! I owe you a huge thanks! See ya next time! I really do hope to come to you again with questions. So until next time, Keep up the good work!
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James Miller

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Lara & Milli - 2010-01-29
My piggy Milli who I adopted from a friend is just loving her new diet from this site! Milli says a BIG thank you for making her day and finding her new favorite time of day! Putting vitamin C and the other foods you suggested in her toys has kept her very busy inside the cage.

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Gabby - 2010-01-23
We just got two peruvian guinea pigs, and a great new hutch. If anyone finds a lot of hay, I'll pay you back! Man they eat a lot... and poop a lot too!

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jlo - 2010-01-22
Why can't male and female guinea pigs stay in the same cage.

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  • Savos Mok - 2010-05-01
    If you want to breed them, be sure to do the proper research or you could end up killing your female. If you are unsure of your female's age and whether or not she has given birth before, STOP! She NEEDS to have had at least one litter before she is 6-9 months old. Giving birth before this time permanently breaks a ridge of cartilage that connects the front of her pelvis, opening the birth canal in the process. If this cartilage is NOT broken by the age above, it will calcify (harden into bone). If she gets pregnant after this happens, she will not be able to give birth and you will NEED to take her to a veteranarian who specializes in small animals when she goes into labor. They will perform a Ceaserian Section (better known as a C-Section) on her to remove the babies, hopefully alive. If the operation is successful, you still have a lot to worry about! Guinea Pigs react poorly to anesthesia and 10 to 30 percent will die within a few days of going under the knife.

    I lost my guinea pig Caramel back in November because of anesthesia complications. She woke me up with her labor squeals one morning, having her second litter of babies. Unfortunately, her babies were still-born and her labor was unusually difficult, lasting well over four hours. Four babies came out, but she had one more baby in her when her labor stopped. I took her in to see the vet, and they tried to re-induce labor using an oxytocin injection. All that managed to help her give birth to was a placenta. So they put her under and managed to work the baby out from the outside. I was so happy my girl was going to live! Unfortunately, she only lasted until the next night, when she died in my arms...
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Sarah - 2009-11-06
Awwwwwww LuLu had her babies they are adorable! Thanks to this site I found out good advice for taking care of them. I didn't name them yet because I don't know whether they are boys are girls. I will find out soon. They look just like their parents! She had 4, and now I have 6 guinea pigs. Seriously! I mean 6 guinea pigs, 4 hermit crabs, 3 dogs, a cat, 3 bettas, ands I love them dearly. Thanks animal world for everthing!

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matthew a.a - 2009-10-26
Guinea pigs are such great pets! They like to be cuddled, held and nurtured. If you especially get them as a baby they become nice if your nice to them. They don't bite unless your mean to them. Now I'm a cavy fanatic!

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Anthony S. - 2009-10-06
Me and my fiance just got an abyssianin guinea pig and he is the greatest pet ever. We did have a guinea pig previously, but he passed away last Wednesday morning at 3:03 am. I miss him dearly, his name was Eddie Guerrero Stewart. Our new little guys is Christopher Benoit JR. He is 4 weeks old, his mum passed away when he was 3 weeks old. He is very talkative and loves loads of attention. He loves watching wrestling, playing video games with us, and loves and I mean loves Metallica, lol. He is a very active little man, and loves his attention and his little towel for sleeping.

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Kathryn - 2009-09-28
I have 1 abyssinian guinea pig and she is a sweetheart! Her name is Abby and she is very friendly, gives lots of kisses, likes to cuddle, watch me on the computer I have a bed for her and she sits there watches me and takes naps. She also has a friend named Lucy who is an American crested and they get a long great. I love my guinea pigs!

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Anonymous - 2009-08-31
I got a guniea pig and he is so cute =]

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Ronet Bell - 2009-08-28
My birthday is in 2 more days and I really want a guinie pig. This website also helped me to learn about the diet and stuff and I am just so happy!

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