When a pig gives birth she is Farrowing.
when a guinea pig gives birth, it gives birth in peace, so your guinea pig will probably give birth while you're asleep. i don't know how painful it is for the guinea pig, but you probably won't see her in it
A mother guinea pig gives birth after 4months and some times have its baby in 1 or 2 weeks early
my pig has milk in her teats how long wil it take to give birth
If it is the first time pig gives birth then you can expect 1 or 2 small piggies. Else, there would be 3 or 4 small piggies.
about 5-6 years
A sow is a female pig and she gives birth to piglets (piglets are baby pigs) and a bore is a male pig.
Prouably till it is 3 or older
she will stay preganent for 2-3months and big for about 1 month( Ithink)
You need to give the pig time to recover from the birth as well as allow its body to fully heal from it.
The domestic pig regularly gives birth to 8-10 offspring and has been known to have 12 on occasion.
it depends when u feel that u should make sure the cage bars are small enough and they can be weaned in 3 weeks after birth
No, leave them with the mum guinea pig, she'll look after them. If you take them out too soon it could be distressing for the mother pig.
They can if they feel like it.
baby pig = piglet it is the birth of a pig
A pig giving birth is called farrowing. After the pig has given birth to her first litter of piglets, she is referred to as a sow.
Keep the male in a spare cage if you have one and if you sell the babies they could be put back together but after two times of giving birth leave them in their cages for like 12 months I guess. This prevents the female from going through so much pain when giving birth
you over feed the pig till it get's fat
if your talking about guinea pigs they live about till theyre born to about 8 years or so
Only a couple of days, so don't forget to feed it.
if you HAVE to but not adisably as the mother will be tender. you can hold the babies. i bred guineapigs for a long time. if you do hold the mother be very gentle but it should do no lasting harm