A little background on the question - my guinea pig, Boba, used to live in a two story C&C cage with a little ramp about a year ago. One day I looked into his cage and noticed a fair amount of blood on his blankets. Obviously worried I pulled him out of the cage to find that one of his back...
Hope you could advise me.
I've noticed my guinea pig (male) has a strange toe nail (didn't have that in the past when I clipped his nails).
I see he is biting it more than others, maybe it's bothering him.
Attached a picture of it.
Thanks in advance!
This is Martina from Italy. I'm very worried about one of my two piggies. Last Tuesday, while I was trimming his nails, I noticed that he was missing one and that he had a swollen toe. I can't really think about when he could have lost it - never found any bloodstain in the cage nor...
hey wondering if anyone could give me some advice.
one of my piggies is all brown including his nails which makes it very hard to see the quick of his nails and he very much hates having his nails cut. As a result he wriggles which makes it that much harder.
as a result he often goes a while...
We managed to clip every single nail on all three piggies with no squeals, tears, blood or protestations today! All was over in 5 minutes!
Did them in reverse order if delinquency; Rey, Chewie then BB. The all sat on OH's lap, held sitting up by OH's be-gloved hands and let me snick-snick each...
Does anyone have any tips of advice for clipping front feet?
I find them really tricky with my wriggly pigs and they get stressed and we (I) get stressed and BB drew blood today :-( major ouch. Back feet are a breeze, helped along by the fact that they are so far away from the teeth!