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At around 42 days into the pregnancy
Once you can see movement of the babies, there isn't much waiting left. It is hard to know when a guinea pig is pregnant. It only takes about 2 months gestation.
you can confirm that the guinea pig is pregnate by after four to five weeks she will become more plump and more rounder aroun the belly area,she will get heavier, and if you put her on your lap you can feel the babies moving around in her i know this because my mom is a vet
if you can see the babies moving and kicking inside her, it will be less than a week before she gives birth. guinea pigs can become pregnant from as early as 4 weeks old, however it is rare and the gestation period is just under two months, your sow must me much older than what you were told when she was bought.
You will not be able to tell, until the mother starts to get a pear-shaped figure. Then you can even feel the babies moving around inside at times if you're lucky enough!
I think it is all in the mind. After i had both my children i still had the feeling of a baby moving around. I think your body and mind both get used to the feeling.
She will feel more tense especially around her lower stomach where her babies will be at. She'll slowly get to be very heavy. You will see lumps, and towards the end of the pregnancy you can see the lumps moving. Other Tips: Guinea pig delivery requires very little assistance. Actually almost nothing, except to make sure the nose of the babies are not blocked and that they are breathing okay. The babies eyes open and they try to walk within seconds.
It means they are not well so you should take them to the vets
During the last 2-3 weeks she will become "plump" and you may be able to see/feel the babies moving. Be careful with her.
When you whirl around, the fluid in your ears starts moving around. When you stop suddenly, the fluid keeps sloshing around for a bit. This makes you feel as if you are still moving even though you are not. This creates the dizzy feeling.
If your dog is not moving around a lot, it may be feeling poorly. Watch the dog for signs that it is sick. The dog may also just be tired. Or it may be feeling stressed. As dogs get older they do spend a lot of time resting and sleeping, so it may just being relaxing.
her babies are probably moving around in her belly, thus, making her uncomfortable
then its probobly dead.
put it out of it's misery
Dead? Asleep? Tired? Ill? Lazy?
Yes. They do but only for a limited time. Most Guinea Pigs can ride in a car for 4 hours. Guinea pigs do not like plane rides AT ALL! You shouldn't take them on trains, subways, and especially motorbikes. Also don't take your piggie out in a moving car. My guinea pig is about 4 months old and she loves slow car rides.
You should not disturb the mouse at all. Leave her with her babies and let them bond and get used to each other. After three days, you can then look and pick up the baby mice, but remove the mother mouse from her cage, or she'll start moving the babies around.
banana moving in the moonlight!!
Its probably your Guinea Pig breathing, if your refering the word beating to moving up and down. I wouldn't worry.
It will be alivethen it will be deadit will be cold, not moving and not breathing