Why do guinea pigs bite?

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Guinea pigs rarely bite, and when they do they tend to be communicating. Normally, their bite may mean a lot of things especially when they are tired of being carried around. They also bite when sick.
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This is a sign showing if the guinea pigs want somthing or they are going to pee,you see, guniea pigs know not to pee on their owners so they give them a warning sometimes if you
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Guinea pigs usually squeal when they feel like they are in a dangerous situation, and/or they hear something that scares them. Loud sounds can very scary to them.
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Biting is one very important way for them to communicate. The do not like to be carried,
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most animals wil bit when scared or cornered also some are just mean and don't just grab him up give him sometime to trust you Source(s): 15 years raising guinea pigs and owniong
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1 Additional Answer
Guinea pigs sometimes bite if they are threatened or frightened. They do not typically bite unless they are scared. They may accidentally bite when you feed them from your hand.
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