In shelter Small or Furry

Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts...
Guinea Pig
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MEET DILL AND CHIVE!These little cotton balls are 4 weeks old and have so much potential! They were born in our care and fostered with us until they were old enough for adoption. For this reason, they are very sweet and sociable. Dill has the softest fur and is very sweet. He is easy to pick up and hold and has a great personality. Dill and Chive would love to go home together, or to other social piggies! Staff will need to see a photo of the enclosure you plan to house them in before they an go home.Dill has been seen by our vet team.For more information on Dill and Chive or any other animal currently residing at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, please feel free to stop by one of our Animal Care and Adoption Center locations during open hours or call us at 617-426-9170. The Animal Rescue League of Boston is open Wednesday through Sunday from 1:00pm-6:30pm, and Tuesday 2:00-6:00pm by appointment only, excluding some holidays. Our Adoption Forward process starts with a visit to one of our Animal Care and Adoption Centers. Also, be sure to check out our: * WEBSITE: https://www.arlboston.org/* TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ARLBostonRescue* FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalRescueLeagueofBoston* INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/arlboston


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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