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Guinea pigs are sensitive animals, so receiving proper care is necessary. Your vet can check the eye for scratches and will typically prescribe an eye ointment. Moreover, sometimes guinea pigs develop eye infections, often from unsanitary living conditions. One of the best options is a cage with a plastic base and wire top, which allows for good airflow. Any guinea pigs older than 6 months should be fed a timothy based pellet. Avoid cedar and pine bedding, which can irritate a guinea pig’s respiratory system. Also, add a small animal hideout or nest, which you can find at most pet stores, where your guinea pig can go to feel secure and rest. There are 2 techniques you can use for bathing your guinea pig: 1. "I am adopting a guinea pig from a shelter, and have no idea how to care for one. Dr. Elliott, BVMS, MRCVS is a veterinarian with over 30 years of experience in veterinary surgery and companion animal practice. You will need a safe, spacious area for the guinea pig to live. We received a question about air deodorizers and if Febreez was safe if it got in a guinea pig’s eye. And add some guinea pig toys for chewing and play, which also are available at most pet stores. The small flakes at the root of the hair were the minuscule lice insects. When we clean their tummies, we use one arm to support their back and the other hand to scrub their bellies. Guinea pigs are social animals, so it's recommended to keep them in same-sex pairs to prevent loneliness and boredom. A pair of females is the better option, as two males will sometimes fight, especially if they're not neutered. I would recommend this site to other people. Free-range guinea pigs quickly adapt to soft-towel lined paper grocery bags as their toilets. Alfalfa hay should only be fed to babies 6 months old and younger, and pregnant or nursing sows because they have a lot of extra calcium that healthy adult guinea pigs do not require. The best preventative for a guinea pig suffering from an ear infection is to isolate them to prevent the illness from spreading to other guinea pigs in the cage. Some good options include romaine lettuce, kale, and cilantro, as well as carrots, zucchini, kiwi, and blueberries. WOW! Many are in rescues and shelters looking for a good home. No matter what technique you use to clean your guinea pigs, there are a few important things to do while you soap them up: To dry them, use a soft towel and gently massage their skin with it, moving your fingers in small circles. By using The Spruce Pets, you accept our. References Be sure to clean the water bottle nozzle frequently with a Q-tip to keep it free of obstructions and food residue, because they can breed harmful bacteria and clog the water flow. The pellets should be fortified with vitamin C, as guinea pigs cannot produce this vitamin on their own. Follow the package instructions for how much to feed. Always act quiet around the guinea pig, avoid sudden movements, and always speak in a reassuring voice. Guinea pigs are social creatures, so are usually happiest when there is at least one other around. The vet told us that because Dharma was infected, the guinea pigs she lived with were most likely effected as well. Contrary to their name, these animals are not native to Guinea and they’re not closely related to pigs. Learn how to create a happy, healthy home for your pet. Some guinea pigs may nibble your finger accidentally. There are no formal vaccinations that a guinea pig requires, and most are not neutered (unless you plan on keeping males and females together). Guinea pigs should have access to plenty of toys to provide them with enrichment and mental stimulation. Now replace the bedding. ( Log Out /  In addition, females come into heat again within hours of giving birth, and have a heat every two to three weeks. ", "Thanks, now I know what to do for my new pet. I've been cleaning it, but his eye is not better, what is it? Air deodorizers that aren’t pet-friendly aren’t safe if they get on a guinea pig. If you do feed a guinea pig pellets, be sure that they are seed-free to prevent choking. Your guinea pig also might be frequently pawing at its eye. Pet stores are a common source for pet guinea pigs. Ok it is actually possible for guinea pigs to get colds so obviously that is what has happened with your guinea pig, since theres been a snow storm. You should take your guinea pig to the vet immediately. Towels underneath fleece cut to fit your cage can also be used as cage liners - just shake off the debris, wash and reuse. Depending on your guinea pig’s size, you would either use one or two tubes in one dose. An improper diet, stress, or infection will often cause diarrhea in guinea pigs. We have found that unless there is a mat or textured surface on the bottom of the sink or bathtub, our pigs slip around and cannot get secure footing. Loud noises and sudden movements can easily stress a guinea pig. Guinea pigs are small pets, but they require plenty of space, time, effort, and human interaction. To care for your guinea pig, make sure it has access to fresh hay and water at all times. Approved. If the cage is in the sun for part of the day, this can contribute to algae build-ups. There are some health issues that specifically affect a guinea pig’s eyes. Veterinary Manual, 2020. Do not use wood chips or sawdust as bedding. This article received 71 testimonials and 96% of readers who voted found it helpful, earning it our reader-approved status. For more tips from our Veterinary co-author, like how to keep your guinea pig healthy, scroll down! 61561 It's kind of hard to see in the picture, sorry about that. She has worked at the same animal clinic in her hometown for over 20 years. Guinea pigs need a cosy area to sleep in where they can feel secure. They can easily fall off and get hurt, especially since guinea pigs are skittish pets that tend to sprint off when they feel intimidated. It’s very simple to give to your guinea pig. You can teach them to stand on their hind legs, spin, jump, and much more! Finally, guinea pigs always need access to clean water. Aspen and kiln-dried pine is fine to use. We put a small amount on the middle of their backs (closer to their behinds), and some behind each ear. It turns out the treatment the vet suggested was lethal on small animals in most cases when it was used. Read our, The Spruce Pets uses cookies to provide you with a great user experience. Finally, make sure to spot clean its cage twice a week to keep it from getting messy. ( Log Out /  She has worked at the same animal clinic in her hometown for over 20 years. The best balance of indoor and outdoor time will depend on a variety of factors, including your climate. Make sure that you don't overwhelm a guinea pig that doesn't like to be handled by lifting it too high off the ground. With Bea being so large and Button being very small, we were nervous that the dosages would vary greatly and make it harder for us to treat all of them. Also do not use cedar or pine bedding or pine shavings, as these have harmful phenols. A herd imitates groups in the wild. You can help save abandoned guinea pigs by looking around your local rescue centre. Guinea pigs are a species of rodent that enjoys great popularity as an exotic pet. One may be more social while the other could be shy, so care for each according to its needs and personality. Introduce each food to your guinea pig in small amounts. Make your guinea pig feel loved. Guinea pigs are relatively clean, so try to clean their cages out at least twice a week, removing droppings and any uneaten veggies from the day before, cleaning the water bottle, and adding more hay to the cage. ", great deal. if they aren't bonded with appropriately. Limit treats sparingly. Good question! While holding the guinea pig still, you squeeze out medicine from the tube to a place on their body that they can’t reach when they clean themselves. The dose lasts for 4 weeks and if the symptoms are still present, you can administer another dose after the 4 weeks are up. Keep the sugary fruits to a minimum as a treat just a few times a week. Look for a guinea pig that is active and alert. If the seller says it's tame, then ask to handle it. But I know that her nose is some what green. They are also prone to respiratory infections, which can cause excess mucus around the eyes, nose, or mouth. I never knew you can cut the toenails. We usually bathe our piggies about once a month. This fungus releases a great number of spores into the environment which can be inactive for years so disinfecting the area is important. Unfortunately, mites (parasites) and lice are common ailments guinea pigs face. For example, a plastic igloo or wooden hidehouse. A great article for both newbies and intermediate pet owners. Also, make sure the cage is out of direct sunlight and away from drafts. A diet that doesn’t have enough hay can cause a guinea pig’s teeth to become overgrown. Always use a cage with a solid bottom and not a wire grate, as this can damage the feet of a guinea pig. Guinea pigs are amazing pets, and it sometimes takes them time to get used to you. Cleanliness is an important part of a guinea pig’s health. The most important fact is that they need vitamin C in their daily diet. For daily exercise, put your guinea pigs on the grass with a safe surround. 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