Guinea Pigs

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Tfh Publications Incorporated, 2006 - Pets - 111 pages
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The guinea pig is a unique and endearing small animal with an intriguing history. This book is a practical resource to help the new owner develop the best care plan for his or her cuddly, docile pet. TFH Publications, Inc. has teamed up with Animal Planet, the only television network devoted to the unique bonds between humans and animals, to present an exciting new series of comprehensive guides to superior pet care. Each book in the Animal Planet Pet Care Library offers incredible value, featuring 112 pages of all-new, current information from pet care and animal experts-with a family-friendly design, over 60 full-color photographs, and helpful tip boxes. Also included is advice on feeding, housing, grooming, training, health care, and fun activities.

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Review: Guinea Pigs (Animal Planet Pet Care Library)

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

Information book about little piggies. It has everything from care to all the breeds. Read full review

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really practical and cuts out all the science mumbo jumbo. I recommend it to anyone thinking about getting a guinea pig Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Birds have been an important part of Julie Rach Mancini's life ever since her father built a window shelf to feed pigeons as mealtime entertainment for her when she was a toddler. Her parents got her first bird, a parakeet named Charlie, when she was six, and she kept a special African grey parrot named Sindbad for more than ten years. Professionally, her interest in birds began to combine with her love of writing when the editors of "Pet Health News" asked her to write about bird health in 1988. She assisted in the preparation of the first issue of "Birds USA," a successful annual publication aimed at the first-time pet bird owner, and became managing editor, then editor, of "Bird Talk" in 1992. Julie has been a freelance writer since 1997, with pets as her primary focus.

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