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In shelter Small or Furry

Oceanside, CA, 92058
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
CALL FOR DETAILSThis pet is available for adoption in a foster home. To adopt this pet, please call us at 619-299-7012. 

How this pet arrived: Mulberry was brought in by a Good Samaritan on September 15, 2021.Why this pet is the one for you:This is Mulberry! Mulberry is an adorable, friendly guinea pig that is looking for a gently, patient human to help her come out of her shell! Raspberry #761312 is bonded with her sister Mulberry, this means they must be adopted together! Raspberry and Mulberry didnt come in in the best of shape, and will need an experienced piggy owner to help them feel their best again. They will need an extra large enclosure and plenty of time outside of their cage, which will be great for bonding and growing closer with them! They love to eat timothy hay (and should be provided an unlimited amount), pellets, and fresh greens every day. They will also need their Vitamin C supplemented, as guinea pigs do not produce their own - bell peppers are a good source! Call and ask about these adorable guinea pigs today!Guinea Pig Care Basics:Click here to learn more about basic guinea pig care! Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Black Weight: 1.46lbs Age: 1yrs 5mths 2wks

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San Diego Humane Society – Oceanside Campus for Cats and Small Animals

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