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Gestation Guinea Pig

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The gestation guinea pig can be found on most sites that offer care and breeding information for small pets and will include photos and aviary info also. They need to be fed a diet rich in calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and potassium, so table scrapes are not recommended. These animals can not produce vitamin C and therefore have to have it supplemented in their diet. The diet should also have a well balanced diet containing lots of fiber for these animalsí teeth to work on and their digestive system to process. Constant supply of fresh water is necessary for your cavy to be able to digest his food and maintain other vital systems. Water should be changed every day. The life span of a cavy is normally five to seven years, but they can live longer if carried for properly. The gestation guinea pig can be found on most sites that offer care and breeding information for small pets and will include photos and aviary info also.

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Gestation Guinea Pig

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These are one of the most popular small rodents that are kept as pets. Males are called boars and females are called sows. It is not recommended to breed these animals the first time until they are about 7 months of age. If well cared for, they will live for about 10 years. The litter size is about 2-5 babies that are little and weigh about 70-100 grams. In the wild, these animals live for about 3-6 years. If you decided to buy a cavy, buy at least two of them, because they get lonely on their own. Before taking the animals to your home, buy a small cage for them to sleep and donít forget to prepare a play room for when they are awake. The gestation guinea pig can be found on most sites that offer care and breeding information for small pets and will include photos and aviary info also.

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