Why Do Guinea Pigs Squeak?

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guineas will make some noises that indicate real pain or fear, aslo may also let out distressed squeaks in the presence of strangers or aggressive pets like cats or large dogs
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they just do it!
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He may be nervous, or may not want to be held right now.
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Many guinea pigs do not like to be petted on their bum, however, if it is upset it will be trying to get away from you or show real discomfort, if it is just setting there it is liking
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Hi Destiny, I don't know EXACTLy what sound your guinea-pig is making, so my answers may not be right on the dot. A Purr like noise means it's very happy. Grinding teeth. Mad, feels
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1 Additional Answer
Guinea pigs squeak because that's how they talk to each other. They will also squeak if you pick them up to roughly or if they are not feeling well.
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