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Should my two 20 week old female guinea pigs have a different diet when they eat guinea pig pellets with added vitamin c drops a lot of timothy hay and water with a few spinach and cucumber pieces?

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2011-09-13 13:57:24
2011-09-13 13:57:24

That's a pretty good diet... might want to give them a couple apple slices.

i actually recommend peelings of cucumber not the actual cucumber

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