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Feeding Guinea Pigs

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Feeding guinea pigs is quite easy; just put food pellets in a bowl; there are photos of the proceedure at some pet sites; it's quite easy to get a picture of how to do it from reading. As these rodents canít make their own vitamin C their diet should contain necessary amount of this vitamin. Vitamin C is an essential product for them to live, because deficiency of this vitamin is a frequent cause of cavy death. Give your cavy cabbage or kale at least 3 times a week. They should always have a good daily supply of grass. Fresh clean water is also necessary for them. Cavies should have fresh water all the time. It is necessary to use a water bottle instead of a bowl. The water should be changed every day and the bottle should be washed every week. Feeding guinea pigs is quite easy; just put food pellets in a bowl; there are photos of the proceedure at some pet sites; it's quite easy to get a picture of how to do it from reading.

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Feeding Guinea Pigs

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These animals are generally easy to feed. One of the main facts is that they need to be made to work at their food as if they are in the wild. They have to grind down roughage in order to get sufficient nourishment. They should always have a constant supply of hay in addition to Timothy, alfalfa, oat, sweet grass, and meadow grass. Alfalfa is the "candy bar" of hays and too much of this product can cause urinary tract problems, so, be very careful with the given amount of alfalfa. Feeding guinea pigs is quite easy; just put food pellets in a bowl; there are photos of the proceedure at some pet sites; it's quite easy to get a picture of how to do it from reading.

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