Guinea pigs are very affordable, especially when compared to other pet animals, the price of guinea pigs in India can range anywhere from Rs.1,000 to Rs.1,500.
Guinea pigs come in a variety of colors and sizes, but typically have short fur and no long tail. They range in weight from about 1/2 pounds to 2-1/2 pounds, with the males being larger than the females.
Guinea pigs are social creatures and love companionship. They enjoy the company of other guinea pigs and will often form colonies. In the wild, guinea pigs live in social groups mostly called herds.
A guinea pig’s diet consists mainly of hay, fresh vegetables and fruit, and a small number of pellets. Hay is an essential part of their diet and should make up the majority of what they eat-it provides the fiber they need to stay healthy.
1) Guinea Pigs Are a Long-term Commitment 2) Guinea Pigs Are Social 3) Guinea Pigs Need a Large Cage 4) Guinea Pig Require Vitamin C 5) Guinea Pigs Are Often Available at Shelters
Yes, Guinea Pigs can survive in India. India is a large country with a variety of climates, so it is possible to find a region where the temperature is comfortable for a Guinea Pig.
It depends. In general, guinea pigs are not aggressive animals and will only bite if they feel threatened or cornered. However, some guinea pigs may have a tendency to nip, especially if they are not well socialized.