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Guinea Pig Hygiene

Bathing a Guinea Pig is a hygiene process that, if done appropriately, pets can really enjoy. You need to calm them and make them feel relaxed. A special shampoo for small rodents is required. If you have a baby guinea pig, you can use a shampoo that does not need rinsing.

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Shampoo for rodents

From Cunipic, you can have both CUNIPIC shampoo for rodents and CUNIPIC powder for rodents. If you use a powder, sprinkle it in your hands and proceed to massage the pet in a very gentle way, distributing the product throughout the body. Then brush the guinea pig until the product is completely dissolved.

Caring for guinea pigs

A part from the bath, it is recommended to clean male genitals once a month, especially adult males. It is very important for our guinea’s pig health. Also once a month, it is required nail trimming as they grow very fast and can create walking difficulties. We will be careful with cutting his nails because they have an area where a small vein ends and should not be cut. If you mistakenly do so, you will take a gauze, hydrogen peroxide and press for a few minutes, until bleeding stops. If you are afraid, just cut the tips only. If you want to see how guinea pigs nails are clipped, visit our guinea pig blog, at the videos of “Everything about my pet.” Also you will find how you can gentle clean Guinea Pig’s ears.

Do this few things now and then and your Guinea Pig will really be satisfied and happy.

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