How do guinea pigs express dominance? Read to find out which one is alpha!Continue reading
Guinea pigs are smarter than y'all think! Want to pick their brain with us?Continue reading
Yes, guinea pigs have personalities and preferences. Let's look into where you see the differences!Continue reading
Your piggies don't like cuddling? Take a look at this cute infographic to help you.Continue reading
Training tricks to your guinea pig is not only fun, but beneficial for your guinea pig's mental stimulation. Take a look at this guide!Continue reading
Guinea pigs show their love in a different way. Here are 6 signs that your guinea pig loves you and 5 tips to bonding!
Sometimes you wonder whether you’re able to provide your guinea pig with a happy life. You may stare at them and stare at them and realize that you have no idea whether your guinea pig is happy or not. A guinea pig’s happiness revolves around their general health and wellbeing. Things like diet, hygiene, and more can play a huge role in feeling their best. Here are a few signs that may show whether your guinea pig is happy or not. And remember, not all guinea pigs are the same so don’t be worried if your guinea pig doesn’t present all of these signs.
Guinea pigs are social animals that do not like to be alone. They enjoy companionship and social interaction with other guinea pigs. In larger groups, they feel safer and therefore happier. Guinea pigs living in groups are more confident, more susceptible to mental stimulation, have a more diverse diet, and are generally healthier. Guinea pigs raised alone are usually more stressed, less active, vocal, and more susceptible to illness. Interaction with your guinea pigs is very important, but no human interaction or caring can replace bonding with their own species. We recommend always having at least two guinea pigs in a home so that they have a companion.Continue reading
Have you just adopted a new guinea pig, but don’t know how you will ever get close to them? Do they ever run away from you when all you want to do is befriend them? Guinea pigs are naturally very skittish and tend to hide because they are prey animals. Here are 4 tips on how you can build a stronger relationship with your guinea pig.Continue reading