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Well,my sister's ones died (OF OLD AGE, I HAVE GOOD ADVISE) but handle them, also, hand-feeding helps too, try to spend as much personal time with him as possible without doing it 24/7!
on October 10
I dont know too much, like many other people. but I would suggest being gentle, not pushy. Give it space, don't suffocate it.
on May 04, 2015
I know alot about Guinea-pigs,i'm sort of an animal expert, my advice is to get another guinea-pig (they don't do well on their own) I have two sisters and they get along just fine I called them Pip and Squeak!
on March 09, 2015
on July 23, 2014
Hand feed her, at first just watch and give her pats. Eventually you can pick em up
on June 08, 2014
I have one guinea pig. It takes time for them to like you, but I took her out of her cage to pet her, and fed her occasional treats and she eventually liked me. Guinea pigs are happier with a another guinea pig in the cage, so it might help you a little bit.
on April 21, 2014
Hmmmm.. I have 5 guinea pigs and they run from me a bit but they just dont like being pecked up. Anyway what i would say is give them a nice large cage if they dont have one yet, also the piggie will want a friend i know you said you were getting more, also taking them out of the cage every day and given them FOOD will make them happy and love you! and talking while feeding them is very nice and they will get used to your voice. AND (sorry this is getting really long) when See More▼ you feed them (if you have time) sit at the cage and make them sit at the bars for there food. I hope it helps! sorry its so long! :S btw baby piggies get scared by a lot of stuff i have had 2 of mine sense they were born Good luck!
on February 24, 2014
on January 30, 2014