Guinea pigs show their love in a different way. Here are 6 signs that your guinea pig loves you and 5 tips to bonding!
Is fleece liner really better than other bedding options for guinea pigs? Check to see the pro's and con's of each type of bedding.Continue reading
Find out the difference between a guinea pig and a hamster. Which is the right pet for you?
Must know for all guinea pig owners! Learn what your piggies poop is trying to tell you.
What types of guinea pig hay should I be providing? Hay plays a major part in a guinea pig’s diet.
Hay, fruits, and vegetables make up a large part of a guinea pig’s diet. But did you know that they can eat flowers as well? Some even contain vitamins and nutrients that can boost a piggie’s health. However, not every flower is safe for them to consume. Most of the flowers that are dangerous for cavies can upset their gastrointestinal systems. It’s important for us, their human friends, to know which kinds are okay to be in their tummies.Continue reading
Spending $32.50 a month on paper bedding adds up pretty quickly. Let's talk about how you can save by using GuineaDad Liners. We'll break down the costs, so you don't have to.Continue reading
Caring for elderly guinea pigs isn’t talked about a lot, so let’s talk about it today. Guinea pigs can live from 4 - 7 years depending on their health and how they are raised! Each piggie shows signs of aging differently and at different rates. It really shows in their activity, physical appearance, and more. Many believe that piggies show their senior side after 3 years of age, some show signs way later in their lifetime. Hopefully these tips will give you an easier time understanding and caring for your guinea pig no matter what age they are.Continue reading
Our previous blog post talked about 4 signs your guinea pig is happy(be sure to read it before or after this one), so today we’ll be talking about signs your guinea pig is unhappy. The main way you can sense unhappiness in your guinea pig is through body language, sounds, and health. Although some of these signs may just signal temporary unhappiness and are no cause for worry, be sure to watch out if one of them happens frequently and extends for long periods of time. Again, all guinea pigs are different so not all of these will apply to your guinea pig. They may only show a few or none at all!Continue reading