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I feed him cauliflower leaves , pellets ,hay and lots of grass and with that carrots and cucumber and capsicum and very less leaves of spinach like 4-5 per day, he loves spinach
I am scared if he had bladder stones or something
I can't check if he's crying while peeing
What if he does?
Please check your diet whether it is too high in calcium; this includes your water supply and your pellets (brand and amount!), and not just your veg. Hard or mineral rich water and pellets are often overlooked, but they can be ones that supply the most calcium to the diet. Long Term Balanced General And Special Needs Guinea Pig Diets
If the pee is gritty and remains gritty, have your piggies vet checked for signs of bladder stones/sludge or a beginning urinary tract infection, especially of you start seeing signs of discomfort when peeing or pooing.
I'll make a note of that
Also , I can't tell if he's having discomfort while peeing or pooping
He's making s small voice (squeaky) but he is makes it many a times so I can't tell if he's specifically making it bcoz of the pee