Guinea pig advice
Free expert advice for guinea pig owners
Poisonous food and plants for small pets
There are several foods and plants that can be poisonous to small animals. Take a look at our list below of foods and plants to avoid.
Make your own: fibrevore Christmas cracker
These lovely, natural crackers are easy to make and perfect for your pet fibrevores, such as rabbits, guinea pigs, degus or chinchillas this Christmas.
Make your own: fibrevore Christmas wreath
These festive wreaths are perfect for keeping your fibrevore's teeth and digestive system healthy, and they look great too! You can gift these to your rabbits, guinea pigs, degus, or chinchillas this Christmas.
Guinea pig e-learning course
A self led e learning course suitable for anyone with guinea pigs, thinking of them as pets or who would simply like to learn more.
Guinea pig e-learning family workshop
Learn all about what guinea pigs need with this interactive workshop. Whether you are thinking of getting guinea pigs or want to know if yours are happy, this workshop will help! Suitable for all the family.
An introduction to guinea pigs
Guinea pigs have been a firm favourite as a family pet for many years now. They are sociable creatures who depend on the companionship of their own kind but also enjoy interacting with their human owners.
Neutering your guinea pig: what you need to know
Guinea pigs are sociable animals – they should always be kept in pairs or small groups to keep them happy and healthy.
How to make your guinea pigs feel at home
Providing your guinea pigs with an environment that keeps them active and mentally stimulated will help them stay healthy and happy.
What to think about when getting a guinea pig
Guinea pigs have been a popular pet among many families for several years now.
How to house your guinea pigs
Although guinea pigs are small creatures, they need plenty of space to run around.
How many guinea pigs should you keep?
Guinea pigs are naturally sociable creatures – they should always be kept in pairs or small groups. If you find yourself with a lone guinea pig of any age, contact your local rescue centre to help find your piggy a companion.