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In shelter Small or Furry

Oceanside, CA, 92058
Pet name:
Guinea Pig
How this pet arrived: Phil was brought in by his previous owner on March 13, 2022. Why this pet is the one for you: This is Phil! He was named after the great Punxsutawney Phil, but dont worry this Phil will only bring you sunshine! Like many guinea pigs, Phil can be skittish at first, but hell warm up with time patience! Phil will require a large enclosure with places to hide and toys for enrichment! He would also benefit from daily time outside of his cage to exercise and bond with you! Guinea pigs enjoy grazing on yummy timothy hay throughout the day, as well as a handful of daily greens, and a small portion of guinea pig pellets to meet their nutritional needs! 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! Right now, Phil is telling us that he wants to go home with you!Guinea Pig Care Basics:Click here to learn more about basic guinea pig care! Primary Color: Brown Weight: 1.7lbs Age: 1yrs 6mths 2wks

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

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