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What do Beef, fish, Winnebagos have to do with Cages for guinea pigs?

Nothing. That’s right – beef, fish and Winnegagos have nothing to do with cages for guinea pigs – but apparently everything to do with diets for guinea pigs!

Now for a question: What’s most important in your guinea pig’s diet? Is it more important to give them lots of a) beef or b) fish?
Not completely sure? Watch this video and let the nomadic guinea pigs Pee Pee and Buttercup tell you…

In the mean time, we at BlueStoneCommerce can certainly tell you what’s important in cages for guinea pigs.
CLICK HERE to read this article –> Cages for Guinea Pigs – What Features are Important in a C&C Guinea Pig Cage? – Unless of course your pigs are living in a Winnebago.
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People are amazed at the size of these guinea pig cages for sale…

We get tons of YouTube views on these videos that show just two of our guinea pig cages for sale at BlueStoneCages.

This first one is a three-story 2×3 cage with storage (over 7000 views):

This one is even larger – a three-level 2×4 cage with storage (over 1000 views):

Why do we offer such large cages? Read our post Guinea Pig Cages for Sale at BlueStoneCages for a brief history of our guinea pig cage enterprise.
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Of Husbands and Other Rodents

If you’re in the market for a new guinea pig cage – it might be because you’re considering adopting or buying a guinea pig. If so, you might be interested in this article on basic guinea pig info from a San Francisco Chronical website entitled…

And if you do happen to acquire a new pig for the family, think about adopting a new C&C guinea pig cage from BlueStoneCommerce.
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I know it’s in bad taste to laugh at this, but…

I know it’s in bad taste to laugh at this, but… I can’t help it. Yes. I know. It’s sad. It’s shocking – even tragic. But, you have to admit – there’s a humourous component to this story…

Ya, I know. This article is really more about porcelain than an actual guinea pig – or even a guinea pig cage – but, it sure is “interesting”. We all love guinea pigs because of their antics and the funny things they do. But sometimes humans can be even stranger.  Here’s just a teaser from the article:

Greenhill raised the alarm and fetched his wife,
who saw a knife on the top of a chest of drawers
and a blood-soaked guinea pig on the floor.”


(Editors Note: It’s important to today’s stress-filled world to avoid unneccessary anxiety and tell you ahead of time: No actual guinea pigs were harmed in the making of this news item.)

 

And if you want more info on a C&C guinea pig cage <– CLICK HERE to visit the main BlueStoneCommerce website.
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Bugs on the windshield? See how these two guinea pigs deal w a similar issue…

You know, not all guinea pig cages have lids. If you have a cat, you definitely need a lid – let’s just say it acts kind of like a windshield. WATCH THIS…

After watching these real-life documentaries (they have to be real – I found them on the Internet) of guinea pigs driving around, aren’t you afraid that your guinea pigs might sneak out of their guinea pig cages at night and run off with your family vehicle? Yep. So take this handy tip: Hide your car keys under your cat (or dog) at night. You can see from this real-life documentary (nudge, nudge) how guinea pigs react to cats…

Till next time,

Bob
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Two pigs escape guinea pig cage and drive away in Winnebago…

Not all cavies spend all of their time in their guinea pig cages.

We know a couple of guinea pigs that like to travel the country in their Winnebago.

 

Watch the panic when Pee Pee and Buttercup hear the police siren is behind them…

 

That’s right watch the animated antics of two guinea pigs on the road…

CLICK HERE to watch–> http://bluestonecages.com/roadents/rodents/episode-1-1-officer-pig 

 

While you’re there, look for our Special Internet offer on guinea pig cages on the same page

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Teach Your Guinea Pig to Do Tricks

Can you teach guinea pigs to do tricks.
Watch this VDO – and see this piggy turn circles for treats.
As an added bonus, this guy includes instructions on how to do this in the VDO comments.
So be sure to read the comments if you want to teach this to your pet.

Also – an article I wrote on C&C Cages for Guinea Pigs <–CLICK HERE.

Enjoy,
Bob
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C&C Cages for Guinea Pigs – What are they?

What is a C&C cage? Want to know all about the basics?

Watch this 10-minute BlueStoneCommerce VDO and it will explain everything in detail…

Not enough info? Read this article on C&C cages for guinea pigs.  <–CLICK HERE to read.

Hope these two resources answer any C&C guinea pig cage questions you may have.
If not – more info available at http://BlueStoneCages.com

Just a quick post,

Bob
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  • Guinea Pig Sign

    Guinea Pig Sign

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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
    Note: BlueStoneCommerce receives compensation on product sales.