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In shelter Small or Furry

Oceanside, CA, 92058
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
How this pet arrived: Finn was brought in by his previous owner on February 3, 2022. Why this pet is the one for you:Meet Finn! Finn is a bit of a shy guy and is still getting used to human companionship. We know that once he adjusts, he will blossom into a wonderful guinea pig! Guinea pigs, like Finn, need large enclosures with a lot of ground space (8 square feet) to run around and stay healthy. An easy and inexpensive way to give your guinea pig a DIY palace is called a C&C fleece lined cage (google it!). Finn will need unlimited timothy hay to munch on, extra space to run around in, and toys to keep him active and enriched! Healthy greens, veggies, and pellets are also an essential part of his diet, as well as a daily dose of vitamin C! If youd like to learn more about adding Finn to your family, come in and ask about him today!Guinea Pig Care Basics:Click here to learn more about basic guinea pig care! Primary Color: Tri Color Weight: 2.82lbs Age: 4yrs 7mths 3wks

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