Feed what Veterinarians Recommend
Feed your guinea pigs with what veterinarians recommend with GuineaDad Nourish Series - Timothy Hay. Hay is a staple part of guinea pig's diet that aids in their digestions all the while trimming their teeth.
Easy Access Openings so Your Guinea Pig Can Eat Freely Without the Need to Refill.
Through our innovative design our packaging doubles up as a hay rack! Removing the extra steps to refill those guinea pig hay feeders!
Say Goodbye to Messy Cages
Say goodbye to the mess that we all dread each time you fill up the hay rack! With the GuineaDad Timothy Hay you get the fresh Timothy-grass and hay rack all in one!
Fine dust particles often found in unfiltered hay may lead to serious respiratory problems. Guinea pigs are known to have sensitive respiratory systems, which is why all our timothy grass hay go through a machine eliminating the fine dust particles that are commonly found in hay. We make sure it is the freshest and highest quality timothy grass optimal for your guinea pig’s diet and their sensitive respiratory system, providing only the freshest timothy grass hay.that is dust fre
The two types of hay for guinea pigs usually consist of grass hay or legume hay.
Grass hay (Timothy grass hay, Orchard grass hay, etc.) are usually high in fiber, low in protein, calcium, and calories. Timothy grass hay is recommended by animal care experts due to its ease on animals' digestive system and promotion of bowel movements.
Legume hay (most common for guinea pigs are Alfalfa legume hay) are usually high in protein, calcium, and contains more calories then grass hay, while being lower in fiber. The high protein can lead to obesity and the high calcium can lead to bladder stone formation.
You can read more about different types of hay for guinea pigs through our blog!