To ensure a healthy, happy life for your guinea pig, it will need things like a secure, well-maintained hutch and a balanced diet (we break down the proper diet for guinea pigs in our Scurvy in Guinea Pigs blog). It will also need a trustworthy vet willing to equip you with the knowledge needed to provide your guinea pig with the best care.

Part of how we educate pet owners is through our blogs. We can teach you all there is to know about properly caring for your guinea pig, from housing to nutrition to preventative healthcare and everything in between. We regularly update our blogs, so be sure to check back on occasion for new topics. As always, feel free to contact us if there is a specific topic or question you would like to see addressed.

Hand raising baby guinea pig 25/10/2020

Hand-Raising Baby Guinea Pigs

Hand raising baby guinea pigs can be quite tricky and demanding. This responsibility should never be taken on lightly, and some points should be considered before deciding to hand-raise guinea pigs.
Guinea pig dental disease blog image 03/07/2020

Guinea Pig Dental Disease

One of the most common problems we see in guinea pigs is the development of life-threatening dental disease. We look at the common signs of dental disease, how to prevent it from happening, and what t...
16/10/2018

Is My Guinea Pig a Boy or a Girl? Guinea Pig Reproduction 101

Guinea pigs are growing in popularity as pets and we are starting to see more and more of them come through our clinics. They can make fantastic pets and are full of personality, however do require mo...
14/08/2018

Common Parasites In Exotic Mammals

Just like horses, dogs and cats, exotic animals have a range of microorganisms that live with and on them. Some of these microorganisms are normal, whilst others are dangerous parasites that can cause...
Rabbits need to stay hydrated 05/01/2017

Tips to keep Guinea Pigs & Rabbits Cool this Summer

It is important to keep your furry friends cool in summer. The simple act of putting them in an air-conditioned room or shaded area can make all the difference.
Two rabbits are better than one. Unusual Pet Vets 24/10/2016

Are two rabbits better than one?

Rabbits are social creatures and do often benefit from companionship, it is important for their happiness and emotional well-being
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