Guinea pigs can be midget kick boxers! LOL Sometimes they do it because they feel off balance and sometimes they just don't feel like being handled and are letting you know it.
Alot of the time, when a piggy kicks like that she is "Popcorning". Pigs do this when they are excited or happy.
no not really normally the rabbit hurts the guinea pig by kicking it with its hind legs. I would recommend not to put them in a cage together.
It's a combination of leg strength and balance.
Anything from a person's legs kicking the ground to run, or kicking a ball.
Depending on how they fall or get hurt, yes Guinea pigs can break their legs.
For walking running and kicking
kicking pegs ;D
From the 19th century epidemic of opiate abuse. kicking of the legs, muscle pain in the extremities, restless leg syndrome, all symptoms of opiate withdrawal. when one would cease the use of opiates withdrawal would follow, kicking, stretching and twitching of the legs is a key symptom. therefore to stop using opiates, one was kicking the habit.
In general, the two will live together happily. A large rabbit can potentially injure a guinea pig by kicking it with its powerful legs. However normally the two species are fine to put together, and they are commonly placed together in pet shops.
if you have a side bar on your milking stand, you just tie one of the back legs to it with a old dog collar or leash
Well, I would suggest soccer or swimming because you need to use your legs for that but all in all I would say soccer because it has a lot of running and kicking. :)
Yes, they do!
Uncontrollable movements of legs, feelings of electricity thru legs, jumping and or kicking legs
Wolves swim by kicking the water with their strong legs.
Four legs for both species
yes it does it involves legs muscle
by kicking its hind legs
if it looks uncomfortable, consult a vet to be safe.
kicking biteing and running that's why they have such long legs
Well in order to have power, you have to work your legs. You legs need to be strong. Then you practice kicking the ball.
They don't. Their legs are in proportion to their bodies - they don't need to be any bigger.
They walk on four legs.
That is completely normal :)