Guinea Pig Food & Hay

Hay should take up at least 75% of a guinea pig's diet, and timothy hay is the most all-rounded h...     Read More

Guinea Pig Food & Hay

Hay should take up at least 75% of a guinea pig's diet, and timothy hay is the most all-rounded h...     Read More

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    Alfalfa Hay

    Regular price HK$58.00
    Sale price HK$58.00 Regular price HK$58.00
    Kaytee - Alfalfa Hay 24 oz
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    Timothy Complete Guinea Pig Food with Fruits and Vegetables

    Regular price HK$98.00
    Sale price HK$98.00 Regular price HK$98.00
    Kaytee - Timothy Complete Guinea Pig Food with Fruits and Vegetables 5 lb
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    Timothy Hay Plus with Carrot Small Animal Food

    Regular price From HK$78.00
    Sale price From HK$78.00 Regular price HK$78.00
    Kaytee - Timothy Hay Plus with Carrot Small Animal Food 24 oz
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    Garden Select Complete Adult Guinea Pig Food

    Regular price HK$106.00
    Sale price HK$106.00 Regular price HK$106.00
    Oxbow - Garden Select Complete Adult Guinea Pig Food 4 lb

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Guinea pig food: Hay and pellets

Hay is an essential part of a guinea pig's diet, as it contains the high levels of fibre needed for proper digestion. Chewing on hay also wears down their teeth, preventing overgrowth.

Guinea pigs should be given hay every day, and it should make up at least 75% of their diet. Timothy hay is the best all-rounded hay for small animals while alfalfa hay is better suited as a treat since it has higher levels of protein and calcium, which can lead to obesity or bladder stones if eaten too often. Pellets made from Timothy hay will also help provide a complete and balanced meal for your small animal.

Guinea pigs do not produce Vitamin C naturally, therefore they must obtain it through their food. Supplement their diet with fresh vegetables like spinach and kale to increase their vitamin C intake. Possible signs of vitamin C deficiency in your guinea pig include decreased appetite, low energy, and swollen joints, and if you notice these symptoms you should contact your veterinarian immediately.

Make sure your guinea pig gets the right nutrients to grow healthy and strong by shopping for their food at Whiskers N Paws! Our products are hand-picked with care because we are fur parents too.

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