Its usually normal just like you or I sneeze. Guinea Pigs can have colds.. with other symptoms and sneezing is one sign your guinea pig might have a cold. Its usually normal just like you or I sneeze. Guinea Pigs can have colds.. with other symptoms and sneezing is one sign your guinea pig might have a cold.
well... it depends on the guinea pig one of mine does and the other doesn't. plus my friend had a guinea pig and hers caught a cold and started snoring and sneezing, but after it stopped
AnswerIt has a cold, let it run it's course. Pets get sick too. If it has other symptoms and starts to lose weight, then take him to a vet.you should contact a vet to see if it is urgent.
It doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong. Sneezing for guinea pigs is just like humans. I would say that if there isn't any other symptoms then it is just normal clearing of the nostrils.
Yes you should get a buddy for your guinea pig because they can get very lonely.
A guinea pig should be groomed everyday or at least every other day.
No, guinea pigs should not eat food meant for other animals.
no, guinea pigs cannot live with these animals, and yes, guinea pigs will be hurt by wild mice. guinea pigs should live with other guinea pigs, and wild mice should stay wild.
It doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong. Sneezing for guinea pigs is just like humans. I would say that if there isn't any other symptoms then it is just normal clearing of the nostrils. But if they do have other symptoms like coughing, lack of vitamin c, and they're not eating, then that is bad.
well just like any other guinea pigs they can be and are allowed to mate
No, guinea pigs should not eat mango's as it can cause stomach ache, diarrhea, and other problems.
your guinea pigs should already know the others male.if you want to breed then keep them alone for a while.
Guinea pigs are herbivores, this means they eat vegetation. Their main food source is grass, not other animals. Predators eat other animals (or living things) called prey. Guinea pigs are classed as prey, because they are a lot smaller than many predators who would like to eat them. However, it should be noted that whilst domestic guinea pigs will not eat other animals, guinea pigs should not be housed with other animal species. This is because guinea pigs can be susceptible to diseases other animals may carry.
No. The guinea pig should see a vet. The loose tooth could be the result of a vitamin deficiency or other problem.
No, guinea pigs and rabbits cannot live together. They simply just will not get along with one another. Guinea pigs should only live with other guinea pigs and rabbits only with other rabbits.
You should look out for any other symptoms and if there is some consult a vet.
You put your hand under it's but and lay your other hand on it's back. The guinea pig should be leaning on you.
No, it is made from synthetic material that isn't good for guinea pigs or other living organisms.
I have two guinea pigs and they got in a fight. One of them got injured. I recommend you do what I did and separate them. It's your best bet.
it is best to get 2 guinea pig's to keep each other company if you don't your guinea pig might chew its feet so WATCH OUT!
Yes, you should. The rabbit might try to harm the baby guinea pig or try to take it in as it's own. ---- YES! They should not be housed together even if a guinea pig is not pregnant! They can injure each other.
NO. Do not put these two animals together. Chinchillas should be kept with other chinchillas and guinea pigs can go with rabbits under supervision.
No, they wont harm the babies.
No, this is not a good idea. The male can hurt the babies. Males should be housed separate from other guinea pigs.