With Only Guinea Pigs in Mind
When we do something we do it right, especially when it comes to our guinea pigs. That is why we solely focus on methods to enrich and help guinea pigs so that they live their lives to the fullest.
What Guinea Pigs Would Find in the Wild
Here at GuineaDad we wanted to provide what's best for guinea pigs. That is why we stuck with what guinea pigs would eat in the wild. No preservatives, no unnecessary ingredients, just all USDA organic herbs.
Essence of Bonding
All good things take time and patience, and it especially rings true when it comes to developing a bond with guinea pigs. With love, patience, and a hint of some healthy treats you'll develop one of the most gratifying moments of both you and your guinea pigs' life.
Stress, Anxiety, & Pain Relief
A natural anti-anxiety herb that aids in easing tension and pain. It can also be used to help digestive issues, bloating, and even eye infections such as weepy eyes.
Appetite Loss & Digestion
A herb that is high in fiber, making it a useful supplement to aid in digestive issues. It is found to have more beta-carotene then carrots, more iron than spinach, and more potassium than bananas.
Boost Immunity & Aid Digestion
Has been known to aid in soothing external skin injuries along with stomach inflammation. The abundance of carotenoids and polysaccharides found in marigold help boosts the immune system.
Soft Stool & Pregnancy
a great herb that helps to support the natural metabolism due to its abundance in fiber. Raspberry leaves are especially beneficial for guinea pigs that are pregnant, or have recently given birth.
Boost in Vitamin C & Iron
Rose hips are known to have an exceptional amount of vitamin C, which is necessary for guinea pigs. The vitamin C helps to combat against scurvy. The high dose of iron also found in rose hips help with their red blood count as well!