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Training Guinea Pigs

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The training guinea pigs tips and guinea hen aviary information can be found through asking breeders. It is recommended to supply these animals with food that contains fair amounts of calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and potassium and avoid feeding the pet table scrapes. They are usually fed commercial food and pellets. These animals like company; they get lonely living on their own. Two adult boars can fight with each other, so the best bet is two sows or a neutered boar and a sow. Cats and cavies donít get very well along with each other. As for dogs, well, they can be as good as gold with your cavy, or decide that the cavy is a rat and the result of such decision will not be pleasant. Anyway, if you have some other large pet, never ever leave your cavy unsupervised. The training guinea pigs tips and guinea hen aviary information can be found through asking breeders.

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Training Guinea Pigs

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These little funny animals are among the cutest pets that people own. Cavies belong to the class of Mammalia, order of Rodentia, suborder of Hystricodnathi, family of Caviidae and the genus of Cavia. The species can learn a variety of tricks, as it is alert and funny. You can train your cavy to use the pans instead of your carpet by leaving a pan of litter in the corners of the rooms where they are running around. They easily adjust to the lifestyles of the owners and are usually active by day. Breeders and owners state that it is not difficult to train them. The training guinea pigs tips and guinea hen aviary information can be found through asking breeders.

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