Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C. Most guineapig...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C.Most guineapigs d...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C.Most guineapigs d...
Super wonderful Harold is looking for some inside space to run and stretch his legs! He loves to be out of his cage and on the floor exploring. He is calm on a lap but if you want him calmer, let him run around a bit. Of course make sure he can't hide from you or get stuck behind something. He's also pretty easy to pick-up..just give him a few minutes to settle then reach him for him. Make sure...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C. Most guineapigs do not appreciate being picked up or held, but with lots of positive reinforcement most grow to love interactions with their family and display many ...
Recently we helped out a shelter that got in quite a few gp's and Ray was 1 we brought over. He's very cute but also pretty shy and hasn't had much people interaction. That being said he is quickly getting used to people and settles down nicely on a lap for petting. Just go great and slow with him, be patient and we are sure in a short period of time he'll come out of his shell even more. Older...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C.Most guineapigs d...
Oso came to us from another shelter that got in him and 2 male siblings. But, they started to pick on him and we had to separate them. He can be a little shy but enjoys being held and calmly spoken too. We think he'd be fine for kids that can b...
Oso came to us from another shelter that got in him and 2 male siblings. But, they started to pick on him and we had to separate them. He can be a little shy but enjoys being held and calmly spoken too. We think he'd be fine for kids that can be Zen with him! GP's, on average, live to be 5-seven years old and are hard to age. Give Oso time outside of his cage (indoors of course) to run around (...
Grahams family bought him at Petco but then 2 weeks later had to move and couldn't take him. It's clear he wasn't handled much because he can be difficult to catch and pick-up. But, he does calm down quickly if you are patient and go slowly. He has...
Yes, we know that Ashley came to us a bit older than we usually see but her sweetness told us she deserved to go up for adoption. It's true that most gp's live to be 5-7 yrs old, but many have lived past that. With proper care, who knows how much longer Ashley has to make her new family happy? Give her a few minutes to settle before picking her up. Once safely on your lap she settles down for p...
Maisy and Daisy's last family realized they were allergic to them or maybe the hay? GP's are crepuscular ..which means they are most active early in the morning, sleep during the day and then active again late afternoon/early evening. GP's, on average, live to be 5-seven years old. Both girls enjoy being on a lap for petting and getting out of their cage to run around (a long hallway or bathroo...
Grahams family bought him at Petco but then 2 weeks later had to move and couldn't take him. It's clear he wasn't handled much because he can be difficult to catch and pick-up. But, he does calm down quickly if you are patient and go slowly. He has a lot of energy because we think he is still on the young side. GP's are impossible to age but we've estimated his and he could live up to 5-seven y...
Daisy was bought at a local pet store that unfortunately didn't know how to tell boys from girls. She had babies (Maisy is her daughter) and then got pregnant again. Allergies brought them back here again. Daisy and Maisy are bonded and must be adopted together. Both are easy to pick-up and of the two, Daisy is a bit more outgoing than Maisy, but not by much. We think they would be fine with an...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C.Most guineapigs d...
Sarah and Bobette are bonded friends and must be adopted together. Of the 2 we were told by the shelter they came from that Sarah is the more outgoing. They both settle down nicely in laps for petting and they were brought to the shelter by a teach...
GP's are crepuscular...which means they are most active in the early morning, sleep during the day and then active again late afternoon/early evening. We think Bobette and Sarah are young and if well cared for could live up to 5-seven years of age. Socia...
Sarah and Bobette are bonded friends and must be adopted together. Of the 2 we were told by the shelter they came from that Sarah is the more outgoing. They both settle down nicely in laps for petting and they were brought to the shelter by a teacher who no longer wanted them in his class. Sadly this happens frequently with classroom pets, especially when the school season ends. We think these ...
Fluffy and Oz are bonded and must be adopted together. Oz seems to be the most relaxed, curious and outgoing. Fluffy is very easy to pick-up and seems to be pretty calm. We think these gp's would be fine for any family. It is so cute to see them ...
GP's are crepuscular...which means they are most active in the early morning, sleep during the day and then active again late afternoon/early evening. Oz and Fluffy are young and if well cared for could live up to 5-7yrs of age. Socializing them d...