Can Guinea Pigs Eat Grass?


Guinea pigs can eat grass, and it is good for them. They can eat as much as they want. However, it is a good idea to make sure the grass doesn't have chemicals in it, and to deworm your guinea pig routinely, as parasite eggs can be found in grass.
Q&A Related to "Can Guinea Pigs Eat Grass?"
Learning what do guinea pigs eat is an important step before you bring one home. Guinea pig food will be one of the essential guinea pig supplies you pick up at the pet store, but
Guinea pigs can eat carrot's, romaine lettuce, dandelion greens, strawberry, cucumber, watermelon, and store-bought guinea pig food. Do not give them cabbage. It'll make them sick
Just go to your pet store and choose a ball bigger than your guinea pig or larger (this would be ideal) but if it is smaller do not give it to the G-p's as it may cause back pain
Guinea pigs eat: apples, bananas, pears, strawberries, grapefruit, honeydew melon, kiwis,
1 Additional Answer
Guinea pigs are herbivores and so they can eat grass. They are grazers and will naturally eat grass, herbs and other plants like dandelion along with groundsel. Its digestive system must have a lot of grass to function properly.
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