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Guinea Pig Faq

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Read through a guinea pig faq, and you'll find out about babies as well as the adult rodent. There should be a heavy, low food bowl and a bottle for water in the cage of your animal. It is also recommended to line the floor of the cage, playroom or hutch with newspaper. You may use shredded paper for bedding. As they are very active, there should be clay pipe, pot or bowl to climb on, in, and through, and cardboard tubes, boxes, etc. to play with. In warm summer weather you can let your cavies go outside, but it is necessary to prepare a play area for them. You can fence off a small patch of your lawn and let them play there. Read through a guinea pig faq, and you'll find out about babies as well as the adult rodent.

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Guinea Pig Faq

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As their front teeth are constantly growing, these animals must chew to wear them down. If you donít want your pet to have problems with teeth, provide it with chew items such as apples, fruit tree branches, dried bread crusts, and firm vegetables. They also like to chew the shavings which should be placed on the floor of the enclosure, and inch or two high. Use only pine shavings, not cedar, because cedar is toxic for these animals. You will also have to clean out the cage 2-3 times a week, wash it with an approved disinfectant regularly. As these animals choose usually a particular spot in the cage to wet, you should clean that area more often. Read through a guinea pig faq, and you'll find out about babies as well as the adult rodent.

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