My crested piggie is the biggest sookiest guy with us, but he can be a bit snippy with my smaller boy piggies he lives with. Sometimes he will teeth chatter at us while he is wheeking at us (so we have dubbed him ''mr cranky teeth"), usually he's starts when we stop scratching his chin or tummy because he wants more!
I have a crested guinea pig. And he is very friendly and cuddly. Crested guinea pigs love to play and like some attention. he loves to play in the garden and eat some grass. As i said crested guinea pigs are very very friendly. I recommend buying one. But they can be hard to find.
We have a created and he is LOVELY. He lives outside and loves his food. He is very friendly and loves to have a stroke on his crest.
We had a crested for 10 years. We got him when he was 8 weeks old, a little black and white kit. Great with kids, loved everyone. He was wicked tough. We got a kitten when he was about 9 years old. The kitten was 6 months old, 12 pounds against a 2 pound guinea pig. The cat met him and swiped at him, guinea pig turned around and bit him. He was tough and lived a long time. The best pet I ever had
I have a crested guinea pig and he is vary vocal but doesn't like to be held or picked up when you go to pick him up he will run but you can catch him and then you fine with being held
A very nice type of guineapig as i had had 3 and all have been very cuddely. Right now my guinea-pig(Splodgy) likes to sit on mt sholder and is completly potty-trained. I would suggest a crested for a first pet, first guneapig, or for any reason. If you get a crested then I suggest you get anuther one or play with with him/her 2 times a day.
I have this type of guinea pig his name is Diesel and he is very friendly and likes to learn new tricks
my guinea pigs name is drake he is a crested i love him they r very easy to train
Being a breeder/exhibiter of White Cresteds, I can honestly say they are a beautiful breed. Their short coat makes for an easy-care pet. They are a bit shy, but with constant attention, they will warm up to people. They are a bit harder to show, simply because they must have a perfectly round & full white rosette on their forehead, with no other white on their body, underside or toes. They are basically a self with a white "cowlick" on their head. Great for a starter piggy, but very hard to show for pedigree.
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