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In shelter Small or Furry

San Diego, CA, 92110
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:Emma was brought in by her previous owner. Why this pet is the one for you:Say hello to Emma! Emma can be skittish at first, but shell warm up with time and eventually warm your heart! She is a part of a bonded pair, and will need to go home with her friend Victoria (animal ID #822255). They are prey animals, but once a guinea pig builds a relationship with their people, they enjoy snuggling in their adopters laps for pets! She will require a large enclosure (at least 10.5 square feet) with places to hide and toys to chew on for enrichment! She would also benefit from time out of her cage every day to exercise and bond with you! Guinea Pigs enjoy munching on yummy timothy hay all of the time! They also love daily greens and orange slices in moderation. They require daily pellets to meet their nutritional needs as well! They can be big talkers and will express how they are feeling with different sounds - be sure to listen, to get an idea of what they are telling you! Come down and adopt Emma and Victoria today! Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 0.505kg


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