Squidgypigs Guide To The Basics In addition to hay and a good quality dry food every Guinea Pig should have approximately a cupful of fresh vitamin C rich veg a day. Squidgypigs recommend a mixture of Spring Greens, Savoy Cabbage and Romaine Lettuce as a basic staple. However just as us humans enjoy a much... Continue Reading →
It's firework season in the U.K. at the moment; blasting off this weekend with Halloween and Diwali, Guy Faulks Night follows on the 5th of November and all too frequently the accompanying flashes and bangs will then trickle through to Christmas and the New Year. Whilst the negative effects of fireworks on our cats and... Continue Reading →
This week thr Squidgypigs are reviewing Nature's Own Sweet Green Hay. What is Nature's Own Sweet GREEN Hay?: Dust extracted green hay. Grown, harvested and packaged in the South West. Sweet Green is a beautiful dark green hay which is dried in the field for 2-3 days then moisture controlled in a barn, using a very gentle... Continue Reading →
#Squidgypigsway3 has ended and here are the winners: In third place: @Nelsontheguineapig In second place: @Ayemeepigs In first place: @Axonotl Thank you to everybody who entered, you are all awesome.