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Everyday veggies

Maryjames

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Hi all. So I've heard that not all veggies can be given to guinea pigs daily. I've been rotating them around so I don't give them the same veggies too much. Is there any veggies that I can give them everyday without worry. I've read so much on this and unfortunately different sites say different things. Any advice?
 

Skullblits

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Hi there.
Little gem.
Bell pepper
Cucumber
And some coriander
Romania

That's what mine get daily.

Then sometimes green beans. Mint basil baby sweetcorn
 

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I give ours boys, romaine, cucumber, belle pepper, coriander and some Celery daily.
 

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Thanks @alpacasqueak I saw this thread needed the guide linking in but I cant share links from my phone! And there's no chance of me getting to my computer anytime soon, a DPD delivery guy who clearly thinks I'm mental just brought me 20kg of hay and the 60 litre fishtank that you and Mr Fish conspired to order lol :)
Hi @Maryjames sorry for slightly spamming your thread there, my piggies get cucumber and red pepper pretty much daily, plus some sort of leafy greens that I rotate through the week- they get a babyleaf salad mix, coriander, little gem lettuce, quite regularly, and then higher calcium green veg like parsley, spinach, kale, or broccolli is a limited amount of one of these foods once or twice a week.
Baby corn, carrots or a tiny bit of fruit are once a week treats, sometimes my piggies also get beansprouts and they go mad for them- beansprouts are a nice wet low calcium food thats easy on the kidneys and bladder and are surprisingly rich in vit C!
 

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Thanks @alpacasqueak I saw this thread needed the guide linking in but I cant share links from my phone! And there's no chance of me getting to my computer anytime soon, a DPD delivery guy who clearly thinks I'm mental just brought me 20kg of hay and the 60 litre fishtank that you and Mr Fish conspired to order lol :)
Mr Fish hypnotised you really, nothing to do with me! :)) Can’t wait for pics! :D:love:
 

Maryjames

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Thanks @alpacasqueak I saw this thread needed the guide linking in but I cant share links from my phone! And there's no chance of me getting to my computer anytime soon, a DPD delivery guy who clearly thinks I'm mental just brought me 20kg of hay and the 60 litre fishtank that you and Mr Fish conspired to order lol :)
Hi @Maryjames sorry for slightly spamming your thread there, my piggies get cucumber and red pepper pretty much daily, plus some sort of leafy greens that I rotate through the week- they get a babyleaf salad mix, coriander, little gem lettuce, quite regularly, and then higher calcium green veg like parsley, spinach, kale, or broccolli is a limited amount of one of these foods once or twice a week.
Baby corn, carrots or a tiny bit of fruit are once a week treats, sometimes my piggies also get beansprouts and they go mad for them- beansprouts are a nice wet low calcium food thats easy on the kidneys and bladder and are surprisingly rich in vit C!
Wow that sounds awesome. Thank you so much for your kind response. I so appreciate it 🤗
 
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