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2 Very Tame Female American Smooth Guinea Pig Girl

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Guinea Pig
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For Sale
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Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
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11 weeks, 3 days old (More Info)

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*** SOLD subject to collection ***
Next litter ready 2 sisters available 02.11.2020 - Can be collected before lockdown if you wish :)

Born 9th September 2020
Guaranteed females (I have been breeding 20+ years) - you won’t get home to find you have a rogue boy.

I am so very pleased to have bred two stunningly marked American Smooth Coated guinea pig girlies. They are enjoying the high (piggie) life and are most excited about my fridge vegetable drawer! Both are striking sows with incredible markings and exceptional coats. They look and feel absolutely delightfully soft, and come from two healthy American Smooth coated parents too.

Incredibly inquisitive, friendly and tame. Used to bustling environments with radio playing, people moving around, talking etc. And of course they are much integrated into family life. Great as first time pets for younger children, as they don’t kick and scratch like rabbits, or bite like Syrian hamsters.

All are of course fully weaned, and were separated from their Dad at three weeks of age (as they sexually mature at this age, and we don’t want any accidents). They are on Supreme Science Selective Guinea Pig nuggets (grain free), fresh vegetables and small amounts of fruit, meadow hay and fresh grass which they munch with much enthusiasm. They really do enjoy being handled and love "mowing my lawn" outside and eating all the grass they can reach from their outdoor pen. And once they cannot reach, they let me know to move the pen along for more grazing opportunities by wheeking oh-so-loud!!

1. TRI-Colour American Smooth Coated Sow
A wonderfully sweet natured girl, who has the blackest of black faces with two black beady eyes looking straight back at you. Her entire head looks like she was dipped in glossy black paint - even her ears are black. She has a perfect white belly and shoulder band, which wraps all the way around her, and a little white arrow like strip going between her shoulder blades. Her bottom is ginger. She is so precious!

2. TRI-coloured American Smooth Coated Sow
An absolute darling, she has a beautiful white blaze running up her face. Her nose is pink and her right eye patch is black with ginger mottling just above her eye, making it look like she is wearing a golden eye shadow. Her right ear is also black, but she has a ginger jaw line. Her left side of the face is mainly white, but then she has a nice ginger patch right above her eye, making it look like she is wearing eye shadow once again. Her ear on the left is black and she has long white whiskers. Her right shoulder is black, and her left shoulder is ginger. She has two white front paws and legs, and her entire back is a rich ginger colour. She is very special, as she has a splash of ginger to the side of her nose as well, making her look like she has a little ginger moustache. The cutest!!

Guinea pigs must live in pairs, trios or even foursomes, and never ever alone. As these are closely bonded sisters, I would like these to go together as a pair. As they are so different coloured, kids will easily be able to tell them apart, and if you do have two kids, they could each have one! So easy to tell apart!

I will place the piggies into my own box to bring them out to you, then I will step away. You can then approach my box to transfer them into your own carrier if you are confident to do so, or I can of course do this for you. I will wear gloves & a face mask, and always disinfect my pet carriers and hands before meeting you.

£70 per Baby Piggy Sow

As part of this price, I always treat any babies who leave me with Beaphar Anti-Parasite Spot on treatment for you when you collect as a precaution. This treatment lasts for up to 4 weeks. I also offer life time support for my piggies, and am always happy for you to message me with questions or even if you just wish to randomly update me on their progress.

Collection from Keston, Kent (BR2 6 postcode) - please check that you are happy to travel to me before you message me (as I have had so many people wanting my babies, to then realise they are 8+ hours away)... Thank you.

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