Guinea Pigs

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Dorling Kindersley, Apr 30, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 45 pages
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These 7 new petcare guides for children introduce all the basics they need to know to own and care for a pet. Find out how to prepare your guinea pigs' hutch, and playing with your guinea pigs, indoors and outdoors. Learn what to feed your guinea pigs, and when, and how to keep your guinea pigs happy and healthy. Guinea Pigs is one of an exciting new series of pet care books designed to help young animal owners learn about and care for their pets. Illustrated on every page with full-color photography, Guinea Pigs is packed with practical information on every aspect of feline care. Published in association with the ASPCA, this series will engage and inform readers ages seven and up.

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I read this a couple years ago and it really came in handy when I was convincing them to let me buy a guinea pig. I told them all of the processes that the book showed me, like picking a pig, giving it a bath, building a hutch, feeding, checking the grease spot, and even how to check it's eyes, ears, and teeth.
Therefore, my parents agreed and even let me get two! So if you pay for most of it and put alot of time and effort, you will most likely get your beloved pet!

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Mark Evans is a noted veterinarian and widely published author. He currently lives in England. Roger Caras is president of the ASPCA.

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