Guinea Pigs

What fruits and veggies do guinea pigs eat?

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You can feed a variety of fruits and vegetables to your guinea pigs. They should have 3/4 of a cup of vegetables each day and fruit as a treat.

Here is a list of safe vegetables:

Kale.

Romaine lettuce.(iceberg and cos are too watery.)

Cauliflower leaves.

Spinach.

Carrots.(in small amounts.)

Baby sweetcorn.

Beetroot.

Celery stalks and leaves.

Courgette.

Coriander.

Cress.

Mint.

Pak Choi.

Peas.

Swiss Chard.

Cabbage

Apple.

Pepper.

Cucumber.

Peach.

Banana.(they can eat the skin too.)

Pear.

Watermelon.

Berry fruits.

Blackcurrant.

Cherries.

Oranges.

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Guinea Pigs Eat Carrot and Cucumber

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