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The BlueStoneCommerce guinea pig roster…

Yes – that’s what I said. I said roster. Guinea pig rooster just doesn’t make any sense. And guinea pig roaster – well that’s just sick!

Those of you who have been following us know that we have 5 adorable guinea pigs. Are you curious about their names? (Some people have asked). If so, I just posted their names on our site. CLICK on the LINK below to read about them…

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Are your guinea pigs hiding in their cavy cages because they’re afraid of aliens?

Are Pee Pee and Buttercup under attack from extraterrestrial pig predators?

Are your pigs scared? It’s unlikely that they are under alien attack. However kind care from you and good terrestrial cavy cages will help make your pigs feel safe and secure. Guinea pig cages that are too small can be psychologically depressing to pigs. Large cavy cages can go a long way toward raising their spirits.

For more information on cavy cages, CLICK on the LINK to read this post: Cavy Cages – The Cubes and Coroplast Guinea Pig Cage is Sweeping the Market.  <– CLICK HERE to read NOW.

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I absolutely dread, hate, DESPISE doing this guinea pig task…

I hate to cut those nails. I know – it’s not difficult. I’m just terrified I’m going to hurt one of them…
Here’s a quick guide I found on clipping guinea pig nails.

To be honest, there’s not enough detail for me – because I’m so freaked out about it to begin with. But, when you stop to think about it, it’s really not difficult at all.

I mean, do you really need a 71-page illustrated, notated, hardcover instruction manual to… clip toenails?
…So it’s probably good enough for you…

So – we’ve established I don’t know much about toenails. What I do know about is guinea pig cages for sale. At BlueStoneCommerce, we’ve sold a lot of them – over 1000 C&C cages to be exact.
Come visit our blog and read about our 1000th cage–>  Guinea Pig Cages for Sale – More than 1000 Sold.

More on guinea pig health? CLICK this link–> Guinea Pig Skin Tumors
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Did you know skin tumors are kind of common in guinea pigs?

According to Dr. Jerry Murray, DVM; skin tumors can be a common problem for guinea pigs. Read this article, and see some skin tumor photos (yuck!)…



We’re all worried about our pigs’ health and welfare. Regular vet visits are a must. But the best thing you can do on a daily basis is provide a healthy living environment. And healthy environments begin with big guinea pig cages. Big guinea pig cages are a key to both physical and psychological guinea pig health.

Read more in this EzineArticle publication: Big Guinea Pig Cages – The New Standard. <–CLICK on this LINK to read.


Also, while you’re in the link-clicking mood…

For a large selection of innovative C&C big guinea pig cages – visit BlueStoneCommerce today.

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Yah – Our guinea pigs don’t know how to drive either…

You might feel bad for Pee Pee the guinea pig because he doesn’t know how to drive…
But, not only can’t our guinea pigs drive – they can’t even talk…
We have five cavies at home (that’s why we need such big guinea pig cages). And of the five pigs, you would think at least one would know how to drive – but no! That seems to be a rare guinea pig talent.
So, he doesn’t know it – but Pee Pee is very lucky to have Buttercup. Otherwise they’d never get that Winnebago on the road.
Want to read an interesting article on big guinea pig cages?
CLICK HERE to read this EzineArticle—> Big Guinea Pig Cages – The New Standard.
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Maybe big guinea pig cages can bring out the star in your cavy…

Okay, this is not mine – I found this on YouTube.
I know it’s not for everyone.
To be honest, the first part of this VDO gives me a headache from all the quick cuts…
But the singing G.P. made me chuckle – starts at 0:45.

I know all of our guinea pigs have been singing (at least wheeking) since we put them into big guinea pig cages.
And did you know that big guinea pig cages are necessary for your pigs’ health and well being? Here’s an interesting article from EzineArticles–> Big Guinea Pig Cages – The New Standard.
Be sure to read it.
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If your guinea pig habitats are too small, your pigs won’t be able to play “Eye Spy” – like these guys…

You know, if your guinea pig habitats aren’t big enough, your pigs won’t be able to play “Eye Spy” – like these fellas…

Remember: Large guinea pig habitats are best. You don’t want your pigs repeating what Buttercup said:
“You know I used to play this with my father all the time. It was nice. There wasn’t too much because… we were in a very small box.”
For more on saving money on large guinea pig habitats read this –> Guinea Pig Habitats – One Reason Large Manufactured Cages Can Be Expensive.
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See why outdoor guinea pig habitats are not the best idea…

Just another reason that we believe that all guinea pig habitats should be INDOORS.
Sorry to pass along another cavy tragedy… but we need to learn from these incidents…

At BlueStoneCommerce, we design all of our cages to be indoor cages because we believe that all guinea pig habitats should be indoor habitats. Besides predators, there are also the hardships of extreme temperatures and inclement weather.

See how to make your indoor pig habitats more stimulating – READ THIS–> Guinea Pig Habitats – Adding Fun Toys – by Kristen Matthews
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BlueStone guinea pig habitats – we demand safety – just like Buttercup…

Could there be guinea pig habitats any more unsafe than a moving Winnebago? Especially one being driven by a roadent?
Well, at least Buttercup has some standards for safety…

When it comes to safe and conveinent guinea pig habitats, no one builds a better one than BlueStoneCommerce.
Want to read more on guinea pig habitats? CLICK HERE–> Guinea Pig Habitats – Adding Fun Toys – by Kristen Matthews

Till next time – happy pigging,
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    Oxbow Cavy Cuisine Guinea Pig Diet - CLICK ON PHOTO to buy
    Cavy Cuisine is specifically formulated to meet the particular nutritional needs of adult guinea pigs. Its pellets are made with timothy grass meal which provides a lower level of protein, calories, and calcium than traditional alfalfa pellets. Cavy Cuisine's optimal calcium to phosphorus ratio also helps maintain a healthy urinary system. Cavy Cuisine contains a stabilized form of vitamin C, which guinea pigs require daily. Features & Benefits: Timothy Hay based pellet High in fiber to maintain digestive health Fortified with stabilized Vitamin C Balanced calcium-to-phosphorus ratio Recommended for: Adult Guinea Pigs Ingredients: Timothy Grass Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings, Soybean Meal, Cane Molasses, Salt, L-ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Vitamin C), Limestone, Yeast Culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement (tocopherol), Ascorbic Acid, Colloidal Silica, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Vitamin K), Riboflavin, Niacin Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Thiamine, Choline Chloride, DL-Methionine, Pyrodoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Sodium Selenite, Magnesium Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate, Manganese Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Mineral Oil, Calcium Idodate, Potassium Chloride. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min) 14.0% Crude Fat (min) 1.5% Crude Fiber (min) 25.0% Crude Fiber (max) 28.0% Moisture (max) 10.0% Calcium (min) 0.35% Calcium (max) 0.85% Phosphorus (min) 0.25% Salt (min) 0.5%; (max) 1.0% Vitamin A - 20,000 IU/kg Ascorbic Acid (Vit C) - 400 mg/kg Vitamin D - 880 IU/kg Vitamin E - 140 IU/kg Copper - 20mg/kg
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