Choosing a guinea pig is a very exciting time but you should take care not to make decisions about a new guinea pig on impulse!
Take your new guinea pig to see your vet to check they're healthy; they will also be able to advise on feeding, vaccination and neutering
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Caring for an ill guinea pig
Common health problems
Giving your guinea pig a health check
Guinea pig companions
Handling your guinea pig
Housing your guinea pig
Is a guinea pig right for me?
Parasitic skin diseases
Routine health care
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