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Claudine, where can I buy Oxbow pellet for young guinea pig? Just like in you’re blog. Thank you. 27. December 2016

Hello!

I used to buy from Pet Supply Depot but I recently checked their page and it’s down, so as of now I don’t knowΒ any other supplier that sells this brand. I will keep you guys posted! Sorry I couldn’t help as of now! But if you’re interested in other brands, you can check the Resources page for other suppliers πŸ™‚


Hi, where can I buy guinea pig cages? yung medyo malake sana. πŸ˜€ 5. October 2016

Hi! πŸ™‚

In Metro Manila, I see large cages (larger than normal that is) being sold in Tiendesitas. I also see multi-level cages at Hobbes and Landes in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. They cost around PHP 2,500 to PHP 5,000 depending on the type and number of guinea pigs that can be accommodated.

You can also make your own cage using grids and corrugated plastic, it’s cheaper and really easy to do πŸ™‚


Hello! My guinea pig’s companion recently passed away. Would you know anyone who has a 1 year old male neutered guinea pig? It would be amazing if I could find my female guinea pig a friend! 3. July 2016

First of all, I’m so sorry for your loss πŸ™

I don’t know anybody who has a neutered guinea pig right now, but there are lots of online guinea pig-themed groups on social networking sites who might be able to help you find one (just searching “guinea pig philippines” will give you lots of results) πŸ™‚ Good luck!


hi! i just want to know if you know ang reliable place to board my guinea pigs. 21. May 2016

Hello,

I am not sure about pet boarding services for guinea pigs, but maybe you can try vet offices or clinics and ask them if they accept guinea pig boarding πŸ™‚


Hi! Is there a good brand of guinea pig pellets sold in the Philippines? I was looking at Small Pet Select too and Oxbow, but I realized buying abroad would be very, very expensive. What are viable, local options? πŸ™‚ 30. April 2016

Unfortunately, there are no timothy-based pellets (the kind that’s best for adult guinea pigs) sold anywhere in the country. But there are some good alfalfa-based pellets sold in the Philippines, such as SmartHeart Rodent Food and Hagen Cobayes pellets. I recommend those because they are the only brands I have tried with no mixture of seeds and other food materials, just pure pellets. But since alfalfa-based pellets are only suitable for young pigs, just feed your adult guinea pigs with those pellets sparingly and give them more hay instead πŸ™‚


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