Guinea Pigs

Can a pregnant guinea pig live in same cage as a male?

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2011-02-25 23:55:52
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My friend kept her male and female piggys together when the female was pregnant, and it seemed fine. If they're getting along, you can probably keep them together, if they're having problems, separate them. However, remove the male as soon as the female has the babies.

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