Hi i am with NRRF,
which stands for national rodent rescue foundation
no hamsters and guinea pigs can not live in the same cage together because
hamsters are very territorial and can be very aggressive and violent toward the guinea pig.
Not only that but their sleeping patterns are different. Hamsters are awake during the night and guinea pigs during the day.
Also their diet is very different as well. Hamsters mainly subsist on seeds and nuts and guinea pigs mostly on vegetables and timothy hay as well as pellets
also vitamin c here are some veggies that have vitamin c
Turnip Greens 260 mg
Mustard Greens 252 mg
Dandelion Greens 200 mg
Kale 192 mg
Brussels Sprouts 173 mg
Parsley 140 mg
Collard Greens 140 mg
Guavas 125 mg
Beet Greens 100 mg
Broccoli Leaf* 120 mg
Cauliflower 100 mg
Kohlrabi 100 mg
Strawberries 100 mg
Broccoli Florets 87 mg
Spinach 60 mg
Raspberries 60 mg
Rutabaga 52 mg
Orange 50 mg
Cabbage (all leaves and Chinese
cabbage also) 50 mg
So I hope you and your little hamster and guinea pig are okay and that you also did not put them together in the same cage
because guinea pigs are aggressive
Yes , Guinea Pigs will fight with hamsters , you cannot keep them together in the same cage anyway , it is dangerous for the hamster to live in a Guinea pigs cage because the bars are bigger and it could get its head stuck. GUENIA PIGS WILL FIGHT WITH HAMSTERS!
No not in the same cage cuz like bigger people bully smaller people, the guinea pigs will hurt the hamsters
No, they tend to fight.
No the guinea pigs will beat up the hamsters
DEFINETLYhamsters stink i have a guinea pig now and i had a hamster to. guinea pigs you can actually play with them and hamsters just sit in their cage already
There are many animals that live in a cage. Some animals that live in a cage include rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, hamsters, and other various small animals.
Guinea pigs and hamsters are just about the same animal, so they die at about the same time.
I have been told they will fight if living together.
chipmunks and guinea pigs should not live in the same cage together.
That depends on the size of the cage.
i think they dont cuz my guinea pigs dont and guinea pigs and hamsters are alot alike i think they dont cuz my guinea pigs dont and guinea pigs and hamsters are alot alike
guinea pigs and chipmunks should not live together.
yes you can use the same cage, hamsters and guinea pigs are roughly the same animals and can use a hamster cage. Rabbits and guinea pigs can use the same cage also if it is pig enough. Depending on the size of your guinea pig, also guinea pigs love to hide so some sort of hiding object is great.
Did u know how guinea pigs and hamsters alike
yes gini pig and hamsters can be in the same gage but they can not stay together to long
they are guinea pigs
It's good to have a cage where your guinea pig is able to explore every corner without bumping into the sides. It should not have a wheel - guinea pigs are not hamsters.
If you mean who lives longer it would be guinea pigs. They live 4-8 years on average while hamsters generally only live 2-3 years.
I wouldn't say that either is better then the other but guinea pigs are more calm. also hamsters are most likely to bite some people say but they only bite if they are scared so if you don't scare them they won't bite simple. but also hamsters are actually lower in price and don't need that much room which is a plus on their side but they are also nocturnal and guinea pigs are awake during the the day and sleep at night. Another thing is that hamsters are more active then guinea pigs so they tend to run around a lot more but this is not true for all hamsters . guinea pigs on the other hand are mostly not that active but again this is not true for all guinea pigs . but something that is for fact guinea pigs must have another to lie with they can not live alone but with hamsters on the other hand they can live alone but then again that is not really good because if you try to put to hamsters in the same cage your looking for a fight. also if guinea pigs escape they are easier to catch.
Depends on the Guinea Pig - also on the cage. I keep my guinea pigs in an open-bottomed cage.
no they can not they dont like sharing
Yes the minimum for two guinea pigs is 7.5 feet so that's a good cage.
both guinea pigs and hamsters can be very active although hamsters only at night, guinea pigs tend to be more playful and enjoy the company of people more.