Do Guinea Pigs and Ferrets get along?
A ferret might perceive any rodent such as guinea pigs as prey, possibly killing them as they were domesticated to hunt rodents
This depends on the personality of the guinea pig and the ferret, they could but they could not.
No, they would eat them
no guinea pigs STINK and ferrets can stink but not as much as a guinea pig ......... guinea pigs are also kinda ugly
No, guinea pigs and ferrets have different nutritional needs.
yes guinea pigs do get along with pigs and they wont eat the guinea pig. does this answer your question?
Yes Guinea Pigs get along very well
Yes, guinea pigs get aling with along guinea pigs. They are very social and enjoy companionship. Two males or two females will generally get along together in the same cage.
It is not recommended for the ferret would attack the guinea pig.
Some dogs can get along with guinea pigs. Mine however would eat our guinea pigs if they got the chance.....
Questions about guinea pigs include: Can all guinea pigs breed? Do all guinea pigs get along with other guinea pigs? What is their habitat?
Well it depands really because my guinea pig is very messy and my brothers ferret is messy too but i think that ferrets are abit cleaner .
I myself own two girl guinea pigs. But i dont understand why they get along so well. I belive that it my just be that girls have no competition, because the competition is left to the boy guinea pigs. So, therefore, that is why girl guinea pigs get along better than boy guinea pigs.
ofcourse! What rodent isnt? wel...ferrets and rats.
I think. I have two female guinea pigs and they get along fine.
Every guinea pig has their own personality, it is impossible to tell which guinea pigs they'll get along with and not get along with.
Ferrets can weigh between one to five pounds, so the amount they eat can vary a lot.
It depends on the individual rabbit, but generally any kind of rabbit and guinea pigs do get along.
Dogs and guinea pigs usually don't get along well as in the wild the guinea pig is usually preyed upon by animals such as a wild dog. you should keep the guinea pigs away separate from your dogs. There have been times however when a dog and a guinea pig do get along well.
Guinea pigs and bunnies usually get along when they are young but only sometimes when they are older. My own baby guinea pig got along very well with my friend's baby bunny. I THINK they can get along when older.
Two male guinea pigs will probably not get depressed because if you have 2 male guinea pigs, they will usually not get along.
well even though ferrets are more fun and trainable then guinea pigs , guinea pigs would be more suitable for a 9 year old. they are less work and don't smell as bad as ferrets. if you have had much animal experience then it would be OK to get a ferret. please consider this answer.
Usually the case with four guinea pigs is that the oldest guinea pig will eat all the others. Beware.
dont put them together guinea pigs and rats just won get a long
no, guinea pigs could hurt the gerbils by accident (big size difference!)
You better not put ferrets and guinea pigs together, since ferrets are natural predators and have a hunting and killing instinct when it comes to rodents. It's very likely for a ferret to kill a guinea pig since it reminds him of mice and other rodents wild ferrets hunt. Ferrets are able to kill chickens, so better not try to wait and see what happens if you put your ferret with a guinea pig.
Well there are lots of things you may have to think about. Do you have small children? If so, it is not best to get a ferret. Guinea pigs are great with families! But are pretty lazy. Especially as they get older. If you want an active, curious and playful, funny little creature, a ferret is best for you! Guinea pigs are great with small children because they are eay going and are easily handled… Read More
cats, dogs, gerbils, bunnies ferrets, Guinea pigs, parrots,FISH,
They should, most dogs and guinea pigs get along fine, but you still have to be careful. Like i said, they should be fine, good luck.
Guinea Pigs do get along with Rabbits when their young. When they get older they pretty much find new friends and grow out of their relationships. Donita's Answers
They can but not be co-housed.
No. Rabbits are herbivores, and never eat guinea pigs. Don't put the two together unsupervised, though. The rabbit might hurt the guinea pig. Some rabbits and guinea pigs get along, but always be careful.
Well They both Take a lot of work Guinea pigs are social so they need to have to 2-5 guinea pigs 2 is fine. And i own them and yes they are very hard to take care of Ferrets i dont really know about but what ever you want.
yes. Large and small guinea pigs get along fine. yes.but sometimes no
Ferrets are carnivores (they are not rodents) and have been used for centuries to exterminate rodents and hunting rabbits. Because of their natural instincts, they might prey on rodents, birds or reptiles. Ferrets are not safe around mice, rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, etc. From other contributors: Yes, the ferret would harm the guinea pig. It would be very likely that the new ferret would latch on to your guinea pig at the first opportunity and… Read More
No, never let a ferret anywhere near a guinea pig. Guinea pigs are rodents. Ferrets are carnivores, like cats and dogs and have been used for centuries for rodent control! Ferrets still retain a natural instinct to hunt rodents and kill rodents. Ferrets are used for rabbit hunting in the UK. know that ferrets will generally treat any rodent, bird, or lizard as a prey.
Small mammals are just that, warm blooded animals such as a rabbits, mice, guinea pigs, ferrets, etc..
no because they are not in the same family i dont know why but that is the answere but a ferret can pass in to another ferret
No, guinea pigs and rabbits cannot live together. They simply just will not get along with one another. Guinea pigs should only live with other guinea pigs and rabbits only with other rabbits.
No if you do buy another one put them in the bath tube with NO water and see if they get along if they don't you might want to buy another cage.
No they are actually rodents along with rabbits, mice, rats, ect.
yes,they do. they love to be with other guinea pigs. they love to play or lay down with each other.
not unless the puppy is super duper small so NO!puppies are way bigger and guinea pigs scare easily
No Guinea pigs can't eat grape fruits. It can give them a twisted stomach and just about anything with juice could hurt them but not everything. This applies to rabbits, ferrets and other animals like thet as well. Amy
No they do not, there is a type of tensity wich does not allow the ferret to interpret the micro pig
A ferret's natural predatory instincts might possibly kill any rodents, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, etc.
A ferrets' appearance is that of a long thin furry body. They're smaller than cats, but larger that guinea pigs usually. They are like a cross between a mouse and cat. They are similar to weasels and otters.
they do not get along because both guinea pigs want to be dominant of each other so they will eventually fight and most likely hurt each other, sometimes very bad.
probably not... Because hamsters are a**holes! and i might be wrong, but i think guinea pigs could eat them. lol probably not, but still, i wouldn't do that...
Yes. two male guinea pigs can live together as long as they get along xx
no they don't at all