According to About.com, blueberries are an acceptable food for guinea pigs. This fruit contains vitamin C, and it is essential that guinea pigs get an adequate amount of the nutrient. Otherwise, they develop scurvy, a se... More »

According to the Humane Society of the United States, guinea pigs enjoy watermelon, but it is best used as a treat. Watermelon, like many fruits, has a great deal of sugar and water. More »

Guinea pigs can eat a wide variety of produce and are most happy when provided with leafy greens and colorful bell peppers. Carrots, apple slices, berries and other fruits should be used sparingly due to their high sugar... More »

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According to the Humane Society of the United States, guinea pigs enjoy watermelon, but it is best used as a treat. Watermelon, like many fruits, has a great deal of sugar and water. More »

Guinea pigs can safely eat apples. Because apples are acidic and contain natural fruit sugars, they should be fed infrequently and in small amounts. An appropriate portion is one slice of apple once or twice weekly. More »

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There are two different types of hairless guinea pigs: skinny pigs and Baldwin guinea pigs. Skinny pigs have a very small amount of fuzz on their feet and noses, and Baldwin guinea pigs are entirely hairless. More »

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Although initial signs of pregnancy are difficult to detect, Loving Your Pet explains that pregnant guinea pigs drink more water and grow larger; however, pregnancy cannot be confirmed until the latter stages when her yo... More »