Peanut has been adopted!

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Part of a Bonded Pair   
Peanut #763650
Male  |  2Yrs 7Mths 3Wks (approx)  |  2 lbs 3 oz

I've been adopted!

How this pet arrived:
This pet was brought in by their previous owner.

Peanut has received excellent care and is ready for his new home!

Why this pet is the one for you:
Wheet wheet! This cutie is Peanut! A wonderful guinea pig looking for some new digs. Peanut enjoys snacks, a comfy house, and play time with his favorite humans! Guinea pigs are incredibly social animals who need to be kept in pairs to thrive. Peanut is bonded with his best buddy, Hugo 763651, and they are required to go to their new home today! Peanut and Hugo participated in our Foster in the Classroom program at Logan Memorial Educational Campus. During their time in the classroom, they received great care and socialization from middle school students. Guinea pigs need a lot of ground space to run around and stay healthy. Two guinea pigs will need a minimum of 10 sq feet of space (more is better!) to call home. An easy and inexpensive way to give your pigs a DIY piggy palace is called a C&C fleece lined cage (google it!). Guinea pigs need lots of daily timothy hay to munch on, extra space to run around in, and toys to keep them active and enriched! Healthy greens and veggies are also an essential part of their diet, as well as a daily dose of vitamin C in the form of a supplement or a slice of orange! If you'd like to learn more about adding Peanut (and Hugo) to your family, come down to the San Diego campus to speak with an adoptions counselor!

Color: Red / White
Spayed/Neutered: No


My adoption fee includes a certificate for a free veterinary exam!

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