Thank you! 🙂 You can buy the grids in Ace Hardware or in a Japan home store (I also heard that there are grids in Divisoria, but I have to verify that first :D).
Tip: If you’re buying from Ace Hardware, be sure to show the staff the photos of the grid for them to know what you’re looking for. A lot of them won’t know what you’re talking about if you say grids or cubes, and they will tell you that they don’t have them.
If you can’t find grids, you can use other alternative materials such as bathroom shelvings (something like this if you’re unsure), or even doggie playpens (I’ve tried the playpen and it works perfectly :D)
Sadly, there aren’t any guinea pig rescues in the Philippines so it can be very hard to find adoptable guinea pigs. You can still buy from breeders though, most of them have listings and photos online of their available cavies. Some breeders post in OLX but the more reliable ones have pages or accounts on Facebook where you can inquire about their guinea pigs. To help you start looking, there are good breeders in the Facebook group “PHILIPPINES ORGANIZATION OF GUINEA PIG”. They post regularly and they have different breeds too so feel free to ask them 🙂
I am actually looking for new suppliers too! I don’t know when Pet Supply Depot stopped stocking Oxbow pellets but I hope it isn’t permanent 🙁 Sorry I still don’t have an answer for your question, but I will post on my blog if I find another supplier 🙂
It depends on the brand and the type of hay that you’re buying. For example, a 750g bag of Choppy Timothy Hay would cost you around P250-P300, while alfalfa can be acquired for a much cheaper price (around P200). They also have a larger bag of meadow hay (I forgot the size) that costs around the same price as the timothy hay.
Hi, I got my feeders from the US (back when pet supply stores didn’t have those here yet) but now they are also being sold in Cartimar and Hobbes & Landes Petropolis in Bonifacio High Street Taguig 🙂 Thank you so much for visiting! 🙂