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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Linda, 24 July 2019

I have had numerous guinea pigs for about 25 years. I have ‘Misty’ a female guinea pig for 4.5 years. She has a younger guinea pig friend in an adjacent cage. Over the last 12 months Misty has developed a tumour, or what appears to be a tumour in her backside. It is still growing and is now the size of a small orange. Misty is fine in herself and is eating sleeping weeing and pooing normally. She moves about her cage without any problem. Our vet says it may or may not be cancerous or that it may be a cyst. We know from experience guinea pigs do not react well to an anaesthetic. I have made a decision to monitor Misty ‘s condition continually and as soon as I feel she is starting to suffer pain I will take her back to the vet. I suspect I know what the vet will suggest! Has anybody else on the forum come across a similar problem? Thank you


Carol, 24 May 2019

Please let your viewers know about laguineapigrescue.com They are very knowledgeable about guinea pigs and I learned a lot about the high rate of surrenders and how important it is to adopt the reduce takes in a lot of piggies so please check out their u tube channel !!!!


Megan, 16 April 2019

Ive had a guinea pig for 9 months and 4 and i only have one cause my parents wont let me get two what do she got a 30 in, 17 and 3/4, 17and 3/8 and she has no side effects of depression or any lonelyness and she gets scared when i tryed to pick her up from the side but she licks me and will feed right out of my hand it just im worried about her getting depressed so tell me what to do im only a kid and need help and tell me how to tame her also i got her from petco or pet smart so when u get this respond back cause i need help


Terri, 4 April 2019

My guinea pig has sores n hair loss on his side


Harriet, 13 May 2018

I@m new to this website and i love it. last year i got a guinea pig for my birthday having wanted one for years and i just love looking at all the different toys for them.

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