I only know about vets in Metro Manila, and I get my guinea pigs checked at Animal Care Specialists in Tiendesitas 🙂 It’s a branch of the Vets In Practice chain of veterinary clinics. The main branch is located in Mandaluyong. The main branch has emergency services (Animal Care Specialists doesn’t) so it’s good to know just in case something happens.
You can check also the list of vets here to see their addresses and contact details 😀
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Well, my guinea pigs ate star grass hay for quite a long time and they didn’t have any problem with it 🙂 So don’t worry, it’s perfectly okay to feed them star grass hay 😀
Hello! 🙂 Unfortunately that brand is alfalfa-based (good for young guinea pigs and nursing mommas but too rich for adult piggies); but then again, most pellets sold in the PH are alfalfa-based. Pero the good thing about this brand is that it has no mixture of seeds or nuts in it, so better siya when it comes to that. Ideal kasi na pure pellets lang and walang halong anything. It also has vitamin C in it so that’s a good thing. So if you’re planning to feed your piggies this brand, okay naman siya but feed sparingly na lang kasi nga too rich for adult piggies 🙂
Hi! I haven’t tried flying with my guinea pigs yet, but I think I’ve heard of some people who have done that. You can call or email the airlines to ask yourself, I’m sorry I couldn’t help much. Good luck 🙂