Their bodies need your full support in order to prevent injury. One hand should be placed under the guinea pig’s chest and abdomen, and the other supports its hind legs. Keep your guinea pig close to your chest. An alternate way to hold your guinea pig is to position them on your chest, with their head facing upward. Place your hand underneath their bottom with the other hand gently positioned over your guinea pig’s back.
I’d make a veggie joke, but no one would “carrot” at all.
Guinea pigs sense of smell is so great, they can smell a vegetable treat being prepared one house away!
“I’ll stop being so lazy when being so lazy stops being so awesome.”
Pigaloos and hideaways are excellent for guinea pig’s enclosures or for floor-time. As guinea pigs are prey animals, they feel secure so they have a happy life!
They not only support the back, but also prevent bumblefoot. Pet beds are often machine washable in case there is an accident. They are relatively inexpensive and last for many years.
We spent quality time with Patrice, at least a couple of hours a day! This was vital as she was a solo guinea pig. She also loved to hide and explore! She spend one hour a day having floor-time.