Hutch Asap!?

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Hal_Devries

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Heyyy okay so I haven't got any guinea pigs YET however I've been asking my mum for a guinea pig and she said she has to see if we have room or not and how much it will cost so I found a hutch but I'm not sure if it's going to be big enough for 2 piggies website click the link |

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Guineapigfeet

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I think this is the minimum recommended length for 2 piggies, but it looks quite narrow depth ways, as always with space - bigger the better!
 

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I think you will find a c&c set-up much better. You can interact with the guinea pigs more and can make it bigger by adding more grids if you need to. 4 grids by 2 is an ideal size for two piggies, but 5 by 2 woukd give them more room to run around and stretch their legs! Don't forget that if you have other pets like cats and dogs you will need to cover it securely to keep the piggies safe. Then add on other costs like bedding, hidey houses, toys, water bottles, bowls, hay and pellets. The members picture gallery on the forum might give you some ideas.:nod:.
 
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