A New Owner's Guide to Guinea Pigs
Why are guinea pigs such popular pets? They are cute, furry, lovable little animals that are very affectionate and develop close bonds with their owners. A New Owner's Guide to Guinea Pigs is the perfect book for everyone who loves guinea pigs, whether they are new owners or longtime fanciers. From basic housing and feeding to breeding, showing, and everything in between, nothing is left out of this well-written and entertaining reference.
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Before You Start 34 Nutrition and Feeding
Housing Your 52 Handling and Training
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