GotSmallAnimalsOnline.com
Click here to see GotSmallAnimalsOnline.com pictures
GotPetsOnline Pictures
 

Home  >Small Animals > Other Small Animals > Guinea Pig > Baby Guinea Pig >Care Of Guinea Pigs

Care Of Guinea Pigs

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

In order to take care of guinea pigs, you need to do a little fact-finding; an aviary is necessary for a new-born chick; it provides safety and comfort. As their front teeth are constantly growing, these animals must chew to wear them down. If you donít want your animal have problems with teeth, provide it with chew items such as apples, fruit tree branches, dried bread crusts, and firm vegetables. Clean the cage regularly, for about 2-3 times each week. Cavies cannot see clearly at a distance; they have no depth perception; and their ability to access distances and heights is limited. However, they have color-vision and are able to notice the slightest movement. Do not place two animals of different sexes in one enclosure, otherwise, soon you will have more cavies than you can handle. In order to take care of guinea pigs, you need to do a little fact-finding; an aviary is necessary for a new-born chick; it provides safety and comfort.

To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!

Guinea Pig

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Care Of Guinea Pigs

  -  

aviary, chick

These animals belong to the rodent family. They are exceptionally clean, seldom bite and generally are very easy to care for. In the wild they run for cover when startled or threatened that is why a shelter in their cage where they can seek safety should be provided. In their natural environment, these animals live in small family groups and the boar defends a small territory. These members of the rodent family live for 4-7 years and with good care they can live even for ten years. In order to take care of guinea pigs, you need to do a little fact-finding; an aviary is necessary for a new-born chick; it provides safety and comfort.

Click here to see all the pictures!

Do you want to add your pet to one of these pages?

Check out our other animal picture sites!

GotPetsOnline.com
GotBirdsOnline.com • GotCatsOnline.com
GotDogsOnline.com • GotExoticsOnline.com
GotFarmAnimalsOnline.com • GotHorsesOnline.com
GotReptilesOnline.com • GotSmallAnimalsOnline.com

Questions or comments regarding this site?
Copyright © 2001-2013 GotSmallAnimalsOnline.com