my guinea pig is now outside and he is not eating what shall i do?
once upon a time we had two guinea pigs. little did we know that they can be carnivorous, and eat each others heads. worst image of my life.
Add an enclosed space. From my experience, they love to eat with no wind or anything else bothering them. Your pet is probably afraid some predator will come and snatch him up while he is eating, therefore he probably remains on his guard for his own protection. If that doesn't work, carrots and other veggies might tempt him enough. If all that fails, he might be sick and needs medical attention.
he's probably in shock over b'n outside. i'd return him inside, & take him out a little each day
by Jelly Squid 2 years ago
can you put any guinea pig outdoors
by saxywarrior 8 years ago
i was petting my guinea pig and he made a chirping and a purring noise. does that mean hes in pain?
by princesspeac_958 8 years ago
Is it okay for a guinea pig to be curious of food that they can not eat?My 10 month old male guinea pig is very loud when it comes to bananas, which I don't let him eat becuase of high potaissum. What should I do. I am usally a softie when it comes too animals.
by Barbara Sloan 6 years ago
What foods can you feed a guinea pig?Our guinea pig loves to eat carrots and won't eat apples or lettuce. What other foods are save to feed her?
by kjmcivor1 9 years ago
I have a guinea pig that will not sit still to let me pet her, is there a way to get her to relax?She is about a year old and I wanted to know if she will settle down with age or if I can train her. Even when I have carrots she won't relax. She does crazy laps in her tank to get away...
by Tina 8 years ago
This is the first guinea pig I have ever owned. Any advice? I have a dog and cat a and small child. The Guinea has a cage with a tight lid. The dog thinks it is a new play friend. I haven't introduced it to the cat yet becase I know what it will think!
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