at the first i got a couple of white mouse i really love and take care of them because they're so cute and nice not like others pets that make me upset many time. you can send an email to me if you need white mouse i have a lots of white mouse. some famouse universities in my city have ordered from me constantly for their research, my email is email@example.com johan setiabudi
I raise these fun little critters and I'am having a hard time getting the word out there that I have young ones for sale. Any suggestions? Thanks Lisa Pretsch
We lost our squirrel of 6 years and my whole family is devasted. We found him on a walk as a little baby and bottle fed him. He was a huge part of our family. We would really love to purchase another one.If anyone has one to sell please send me a message. thank you. nicole
Hi, We are looking for a Dwarf Hotot with pedigree, willing to travel in and around other states of MA. We live close to Boston. We just lost our Mini Lop and miss his presence a lot. Philip
Gray Squirrel babies for sale. 5 weeks old, about to open their eyes. $100 Paul Hewson
Looking for dwarf bunny. Hotot or netherland. Any response appreciated Betsy Reynolds
The Teddy Guinea Pig's most distinctive feature is its dense, wiry coat. Despite the 'wiry' description, the coat may be either soft or rough to the touch. This coat overlaid on it's rounded guinea pig shape make it truly look like a 'teddy bear'.
There is no need to worry about the Teddy's coat matting, but regular brushing is important. You need to remove any debris that becomes trapped so that it will not irritate the skin. This is the primary grooming concern for Teddy owners, and care is otherwise easy.
These cuddly little critters make great companions. The Teddy Guinea Pigs are curious, fun-loving creatures, and they make good pets for kids. They are natural entertainers that love attention.
The Teddy Guinea Pig is the result of a genetic mutation. It was later bred competitively, and the Teddy became a recognized breed in 1978. Teddies are now fairly common and quite popular. Today they can be found in many pet stores.
The Teddy's coat is unlike that of any other Guinea pig. It is short, dense and fuzzy, and should have no rosettes. Some are soft in texture, while others are similar to a Brillo pad. Both textures are acceptable according to breed standards, but some say that the rougher coat is favored by most judges.
Teddy Guinea Pigs are shorter in length than most other breeds. They have the same so-called Roman nose as the American Guinea Pig. This simply means that their noses are wide and curved.
Satin Teddies are less common than the standard Teddy, but they are growing in popularity. They feature a shinier coat and are recognized by the ACBA.
The Teddy Guinea Pig may be found in any of the standard Guinea pig colors. Agouti patterns are common in this breed.
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.
Teddy Guinea Pigs usually sell for $20 to $30. They are often available in pet shops, and many breeders sell them as well.
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.
Anonymous - 2015-07-02 Hi! Ok so i've gotten a Teddy guinea pig. Who is 4 Months old, but my other guinea pig dosent like her, or she is kind of domanating.. Do you know how to make Then friends?
Clarice Brough - 2015-07-09 Guinea pigs are very social creatures that actually like and need companionship. However, introducing two guinea pigs that don't know each other can cause some problems of dominance. It's best to keep them separated but close to each other for about 2 weeks, so they can see and smell each other. Then put them together in a neutral area for a little while, like a bath tube or a small room, for a few days. Add some veggies to keep them occupied as they get used to sharing space. This usually gets them over the hump of 'new guy in my space' problem. Then try putting them together in cage with their own territories, like separate hides, and see if they get along. There are times when two pigs just simply won't get along and then will have to be kept in separate cages, but more often then not they will adapt.