The Omlet Guinea Pig Guide


Guinea pigs are fun, quirky companions for people of all ages. Though small, these little animals have bags of character and very distinct, individual personalities. If you’re thinking of bringing some guinea pigs into your home, you’ll be rewarded by conversational squeaks, affectionate nuzzling, and the comical sight of your pets devouring hay and vegetables like there’s no tomorrow. If you’re already an owner, then you’ll know firsthand what enjoyable and easy pets they are to look after.


Black and red guinea pig with carrot on grass
Guinea pigs make fantastic pets for children and adults alike

This guide is for longstanding, new and potential owners alike. We have in-depth information for those who want to learn about guinea pigs and their care, all organised into neat sub-sections for those who want to refresh their knowledge on a certain topic. The guide covers many aspects of guinea pig ownership, from choosing your pet all the way through to grooming and healthcare.

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Jennifer, 28 March 2021

Guinea pigs need a least one friend for theyre here animals. They do not like to be in water, so please no pools. They need vitamin c for they dont produce it. Please provide via food and not suppliment. Feed them 70% hay 10% pellets and rest fresh veggies.


Ioulita, 2 March 2021

Do they like being bathed? If yes would it be nice to have a little paddle pool in the cage for it?


Alisa, 16 May 2020

How do you clip their claws/nails?


Meghan, 10 May 2020

I would like to buy a Baby mail Peruvian guinea pig.


Alisa, 23 March 2020

It my first time getting a guinea pig what are some recommendations

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