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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
This guy was found on a plant from Home Depot. I live in MA and the plants were shipped from Florida. What species is this? [R]2 years, 1 month agogenericdude999 posted submission on whatisthisthing.
Feb. 23, 2018
Keeping a piggy warm? [R]6 years, 3 months agoevelyndaly posted submission on guineapigs.
Jan. 2, 2014
Say the powe goes out and the temperature inside starts to plummet, s completely possible notion right now in winter, how can one keep or help keep a piggy warm? I know they're better in cold than hot but to what point? If it get's too cold how can I keep her warm?
Jan. 4, 2014
I've used a heated rock — the kind for lizards — in my guinea pigs' cages in the winter for years. It doesn't get too hot for them, and they can cozy up to it or sit with their front feet on it for warmth. Just wrap the few inches of wire which will be in the cage with cloth or something similar to keep them from chewing the cord. (Obviously this is not helpful for when the power is out, but the next one is!)
I also have one of these snuggle sacks which I put in the cage at night for extra warmth, with the hot rock on one side of its opening. My pig is a big fan.