I have a southern flying squirrel. it's very little, but it's eyes are opened and it has fur. $150.00 located in west Monroe Louisiana noelmancias
Hello! I'm looking for a southern flying squirrel. I'm in central texas, willing to drive a ways or shipping. Please let me know!! My e-mail is email@example.com Ashee Brunson
Ive saved 8 baby squirrels and would luv to continue they were new borns and i bottle feed them every 2 hr on the hr got lots of experience so if theres anyone who has any that they cant care for theres lots of care and love here for any type of baby animal,ive also done a racoon he was a new born also i bottle feed him hes n the wild and my squirrels i turned loose n my back yard and they still come to me... brandy
We are very interested in purchasing a flying squirrel. We live in Baton Rouge. Please let us know. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and phone #225-978-9038. or my wife's phone is 225-978-9039 email@example.com. We have no children at home and would be able to bond easily with the squirrel. :) Thank you! P.S. noelmancias or Anonymous if you if you still have one please call us! Terry Williams
Im looking for a SFS Amber
im looking for a healthy little southern flying squirrel, as a christmas present for my wife. she adored the one we lost. please contact me asap.+1(205)514-1243 christopher Gipson
The Peruvian Guinea Pig is generally obtained as a show animal. It has long, flowing hair that makes it a favorite of show judges. Its tresses require extra care, but their beauty is beyond compare.
Peruvian Guinea Pigs have the trademark guinea pig personality: Curious, fun-loving and alert. The biggest concern when keeping them as pets is the extensive grooming required. Those who do not plan to show them often remedy this by keeping their hair trimmed to a length that won't tangle or get dirty so easily.
There's no denying that the Peruvian is harder to care for than its short-haired counterparts, and therefore might not be a good choice for young children. But they make wonderful companions for adults and older, responsible kids. For a first guinea pig, a hardier breed that requires less maintenance would be a better choice.
Background: Selective breeding of Guinea pigs began around the year 1200. Originally bred for food, the focus shifted to producing suitable pets and show animals around the 15th century. The Peruvian is one of the original three breeds recognized by the American Cavy Breeders Association.
Description: The Peruvian has long hair all over its body. Its topcoat can grow up to 2 feet long, while its undercoat usually grows no longer than 7 inches. The hair parts naturally straight down the spine. Peruvians that are to be shown must have two rosettes on each side of the rump, and their hair should fan out so that it is difficult to tell the back from the front. The Peruvian Satin also has long hair, but its coat is denser and glossier. It is recognized as a separate breed by the ACBA.
Color differences: The Peruvian comes in numerous colors. Tricolor is considered by many to be the most desirable, but the bicolor and single color (known as Self) is also quite stunning.
Be sure to provide your guinea pig with a good home and a proper diet. This will keep it happy and healthy and ensure a great pet for a long time.
Guinea pigs need plenty of exercise and they also love to play. You can let them outside or run around in the house for short periods of time under supervision. They love to explore and need at least one hour of supervised 'floor time' every day.
When picking up a guinea pig make sure you do not grab it only by its shoulders. Just keep in mind when picking your pet up to do it evenly. With your hands, support it's entire body, and be careful not to drop it.
Guinea pigs are social creatures and will like to have a companion. They are great companions for children.
Take time to learn what your guinea pig needs, including:
care and feeding
handling and training
breeding guinea pigs
baby guinea pigs.
Availability: Peruvian Guinea Pigs are pretty easy to find in most areas. Prices run around $20 to $30. Guinea Pigs come in many varieties and are readily available at pet stores, shelters, and rescues. When looking to acquire a pet guinea pig make sure it is a healthy animal. A healthy guinea pig will have brilliant eyes, good sound teeth, and a healthy coat. Any age and either sex will make a good pet, however you should plan to get more than one as they are very social and do best with a companion. Get a same sex pair or you could end up having babies.
Teague Parker - 2010-04-20 We have several pigs but are in the market for a pervian. Let us know you have any for sale or trade! 828-497-1264
amanda - 2012-05-27 I have two peruvian guinea pigs for a new home please email me back small rehoming fee is needed for them thanks amanda
Heather Friesland - 2012-06-30 I have a adult female guinea pig 2 baby males going to have long hair because there dad is long hair peruvian male. If you are interested please call me ask for Heather phone number is 828 322-4633 or 828 413-5571 thank you
ginger - 2012-09-06 I have 3 and their so fluffy tell me if anyone wants one