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2 guinea pigs

Category:Guinea Pigs
Pet ID:#14320647
Advertiser ID:#1438889
Ad Expiry:expired
Price/Adoption Fee:$300
Location:East Boston, Massachusetts
Pet Name:Marley & Elgin
Date of Birth:Aug 8, 2017
Ad Views:465
I am rehoming two 12 week old guinea pig brothers. I got these piggies for my teenage daughter a couple months ago but they turned out to be too much for her. They also eat hay which has caused some allergy problems for her and my husband. They are very sweet and extremely cute! They're still a bit shy because they are so young but they don't mind being handled and they get along great with each other. They also really like our big dog and don't seem scared of him at all. I'm asking a rehoming fee of $300 which I know seems steep but I have spent a lot of money on them! I built a large custom C&C cage with a ramp and loft, which you get! They shouldn't be in one of those small wire cages from the pet store, they are too small especially for 2 guinea pigs. The standard cage size for 2 pigs is 5x5, my cage is bigger with an upper level. C&C cages are the recommended type of cage. I also use fleece bedding which is also recommended. I will include enough fleece and padding for 3 cage changes with extra fleece for their houses to snuggle in. I'm also including lots of hideaway houses, toys, food bowls and two water bottles. I also have a custom made hay rack. I will also include 20 pounds of freshly bought hay that I payed $50 for, and also a bag of Oxbow pellets, Oxbow vitamin c tabs (very necessary) and any fresh veggies I have left at the time of pickup. They have not seen a vet but I did treat for mites as a precaution when I got them because it is very common in piggies so they are in the clear. So even though $300 may seem like a lot, its not. You will spend much more on your own. I've spent probably close to a $1000 so far not to mention the work of building the cage and running around for supplies. If you are really serious about having guinea pigs as long term pets this is the best deal. You will have everything you need! Plus you will be getting 2 young piggies that you can build a bond with at a young age. And they're super cute!

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