We hope you are having a wonderful week so far! Today we have some exciting updates to share with you.
Update one: New schedule!
We have a new wheekly schedule so you know exactly when new content over at the Guineapig Wheekly UK is going live.
Wheek wheek wednesdays – New Guineapig Wheekly blog posts
Friday – New youtube video live to our Guineapig Wheekly Channel from tips to Diy and now drawing videos!
Squeak scope sundays – Live Periscope Guineapig Wheekly broadcasts ( links to periscope will be live via our twitter @gpigwheekly and you need to periscope app to join in via mobile / or you can simply watch from your pc)
Update two : Expanding our sticker collections!
Since creating the so cute sticker collection there’s been lots of interest in creating more Guinea pig goodness in sticker form. So right now I’m working on putting together a few wheekly cute additions to add to our sticker family.
You’ll see more soon here on the blog and can check out our current sticker set over at our Guineapig Wheekly Shop.
Talk to you soon guys , enjoy the rest of your day!
Today I’m going to show you how much make Baked apple herb treat slices for your guinea pig, rabbit or hamster to enjoy!
What you will need :
- 1x Apple ( pink lady apples work great!)
- Mixed Herbs – Thyme , basil , parsley anything you like!
- Grease proof paper
- Baking tray
- Chopping board & cutting knife
- Oven (Bake at 90 c)
(Note : If you are under the age of 16 be sure to ask an adult for help)
Simply watch our video above for the whole tutorial! These yummy homemade treats are perfect for not only Guinea pig’s but also Rabbits and Hamsters as well! Please like , share and comment below , we hope you enjoyed this weeks videos and feel free to show us your yummy apple treats to.
Note : Be sure to feed your pets treats like this in moderation due to sugar in them.
Ahh! My guinea pig is pregnant what do I do?
Is exactly what ran through our minds when we brought home our guinea pig’s Ruby and Penny. Ruby was rescued from a farm at 7-8 weeks old where she wasn’t treated very well and Penny came from a pet shop and due to carelessness they were bred by the previous owners. If you’ve found yourself in the same boat and want to know what you can do to help your now pregnant sow guinea pig, here’s what you can do.
I hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend so far! So today I really wanted to talk a bit about the financial side of actually keeping a guinea pig as a pet. Now many people can easily think with how small and cute a guinea pig is they’ll be a cheap pet to keep. They won’t need to spend alot of money on their guinea pig and in many ways this is far from the truth and here’s why.
Believe it or not it’s easy to take yourself for granted in a lot of ways and being a good pet owner can be one of them. Although having pets of any kind from fluffy dogs to wheekly cute guinea pigs can be tough work and a responsibility. You’ve gotta give yourself credit for those little things you do that make you an amazing pet owner and to help you realise that here are just a few of them.
- You make time in your day no matter how busy you are to care for that little furry. Feeding them , cleaning them and making sure they’re healthy .
- When you go out whether it’s with friends, to a store or grocery shop.You’re thinking of your furry friend and what you could possibly bring home to make him or her happy.
- Caring for your pet when they’re feeling under the weather , taking them to the vet and staying by their side.
- Loving them for who they are, how they look, how spunky their hair do is and for how unique they are. (p.s even loving them despite they fact they wake you up at 6 in the morning for breakfast).
- Lastly putting someone else before yourself , whether it’s giving them more room on the sofa as they snuggle up, sharing your blanket or giving them the last strawberry in the bowl as they stare at you lovingly.
See I bet you didn’t realise just how good a pet owner you really are! If you have you own thoughts on what makes a good pet owner we’d love to hear. Simply comment below and if there’s anything you’d like to see guinea pig wheekly do we’d really appreciate your suggestions.
So it’s time to go back to school for many of you, if you’re not then maybe you’re off to university or college. Understandably though once the holidays are over, we have less time during the day to occupy our furry friends.
Our pets like us can easily get bored and that’s why it’s important to give them things to do whilst we’re away to beat the boredom. It really can be tough balancing those important studies with caring for your furry. So here are 3 helpful tips that you can do before leaving for school, throughout the week to keep your piggie happy till you get home!
Today we’re covering the topic of smelly guinea pig cages and what you can do to beat those pongy smells to help everything smell fresh again! This is also really helpful if you have asthma or suffer from allergies, but still keep guinea pigs or other small animals as pets at home.