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In shelter Small or Furry

Brighton, Adams County, Colorado, Uni...
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
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Meet Chip and Icicle! *Bonded pair *Did well living with kids ages 6 and up*A little shy when being picked up but enjoy being petGuinea pigs make wonderful pets for kids, teens, and adults.  They are lower maintenance than rabbits, and less skittish than hamsters, so they can be a great `middle ground` for a first pet.  Guinea pigs are social and do best with a companion of the same gender.  They are fast learners and many will squeal in delight when they anticipate a veggie treat or a fun activity.  Guinea pigs need a secure enclosure to live in, but benefit from supervised time outside their enclosure to stretch their legs.  Guinea pigs generally live between 4-8 years with proper care.


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