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Feeding Guinea Pig


Looking to Buy a Guinea Pig 

Guinea Pigs, scientifically known as Cavia porcellus, are native to the Andes region in South America, specifically Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia. Despite their name, they are not native to Guinea, and their domestication dates back thousands of years. These small, social rodents have become beloved pets worldwide due to their charming personalities. Guinea Pigs are known for their gentle and friendly nature and they thrive on social interaction. In some countries it's illegal to own a guinea pig on it's own and they are to always be kept in at least pairs.This is why they enjoy forming strong bonds with their human caregivers.  

To ensure their well-being, guinea pigs require a spacious and secure habitat with hiding spots, fresh hay, and a balanced diet consisting of hay, pellets, and fresh vegetables. Regular grooming, nail trimming, and dental care are essential for their overall health. Additionally, providing mental stimulation through toys and activities contributes to a happy and fulfilled guinea pig. As herbivores, they do not produce their own Vitamin C, so a diet rich in this essential nutrient is crucial. With proper care and attention, guinea pigs can live fulfilling lives of up to 8 years, bringing joy and companionship to their human companions.

What you'll need before getting your rabbit

Having the right equipment make taking care of your Guinea Pig much easier. 

  • play pen or safe area to play. It's important to have tunnel or hidey houses that they can hide from predators. and also have access to shade. 

  • heavy water bowl and food bowl

  • Hay holder 

  • pet brush

  • pet nail scissors 

  • toys 

Our adoption program

Here at the Davis Farm we run an adoption program for Guinea Pigs and Rabbits. We take on pets that for whatever reason need to be re-homed. We take them in and care for them, Check them over medically and once we think they are ready we find them new forever homes. 

Consider adopting an older guinea pig when looking for your new pet. 

Available Guinea Pigs

We charge an adoption fee for our Adult Guinea Pigs. This money helps cover the costs of feeding and housing Rabbits that we rescue, and allows us to continue being able to take rabbits that need new homes, and get them ready for new forever homes. Below are the Rabbits that are ready for their new homes

Baby Guinea Pigs for Sale

These Baby rabbits are ready for new homes. Contact us at the farm for more information

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