guinea pigs range in size mostly depending what breed they are
No, they do not, i myself own 2 full-grown guinea pigs so I would know
They do have testicles but are much smaller than a full grown guinea pigs.
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a full grown hamster and a full grown guinea pig are absolutely nothing alike in size my guinea pigs are almost the size of small rabbits the only time they would be simmilar in size is if you had a like 4 week old guinea pig and a full grown male teddybear hamster lol
A full grown healthy guinea pig CAN swim but not babies or old ones.
guinea pigs can vary in size.900 - 1200 grams ........... males700 - 900 grams ............. femalesweigh your guinea pig regularly
Fully grown female guinea pigs should weigh about one pound, and fully grown male guinea pigs should weigh about two pounds.
yes guinea pigs can swim but baby guinea pigs cannot so don't try to put your baby guinea pig in the water! but even full grown guinea pigs do not like to swim they can only do it for a short period of time and it puts alot of stress on them! so baith your guinea pig at your own risk!
Guinea pigs generally weigh about 2-4 pounds full-grown. They can however become over-weight if they do not eat enough fruits and vegetables.
About 9 months
There are four very different types of animals that are referred to as "sea pigs": Dolphins, dugongs (manatees), sea cucumbers, and guinea pigs.
Full grown female should be no more than 900 grams, about 2 pounds, and more than 700 grams. Full grown males should be no more than 1200 grams, and more than 800. Full grown!
If they're fully grown you can't.
No, guinea pigs should not eat or drink dairy products.
It's fully grown. Guinea Pigs only grow to a certain mature size.
No they get scared and some times bite i love guinea pigs well hope this i help full from,guineapigpepper
guinea pigs are born full functional they are miniature versions of there parents with proportionally big heads
Yes guinea pigs eat at night. Their food bowl should always be full because of this.
Until the mum(mom) is pregnate then they stay away until the babies are full grown
If you mean as in to feed there babies yes. If you're talking about giving grown guinea pigs milk don't ever give them milk.
Baby guinea pigs will usually fit right into the palm of your hand, and have quite large feet; adult guinea pigs are easily the size of a football.
Male guinea pigs can succesfully imprenate a female guinea pig at (I believe)only 8 weeks of age, however it takes about 9 months for the guinea pig to be fully grown.
guinea pigs are pretty much fully grown once they are 5 months old