Guinea Pig Quiz

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Welcome to my quiz about Guinea pigs.All the questions are about guinea pigs and are multiple choice. This is no compilation this is just a bit of fun! Have a great rest of your evening or morning from Iona( owner) pancake and waffle โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ’• ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿฅฌ

  • 1
    What do Guinea pigs mostly eat?
  • 2
    How do Guinea pigs like to live?
  • 3
    Where do Guinea pigs like to be?

  • 4
    Are guinea pigs nocturnal?
  • 5
    How much exercise should Guinea pig have each day
  • 6
    How often shall you bath your guinea pig?

  • 7
    How long do Guinea pigs live?
  • 8
    How much hay do guinea pigs need a day?
  • 9
    What is the ideal cage required for one guinea pig to live in?
  • 10
    Where do guinea pigs originally come from

Comments (4)

autorenew

51 days ago
NO no and NO! Guinea pigs need hay 24/7 for their teeth and its a part of their DAILY diet. If you bathed a guinea pig every week they would most likely get a skin disease because of dry skin. I mean come on, GET REAL!
427 days ago
Okay. I hope the author of this doesn't own guinea pigs, because the poor things wouldn't get enough hay.
Generally a bad quiz
681 days ago
This quiz is wrong! Guinea pigs should always have access to hay as their teeth do not stop growing and it is the staple of their diet. It also has necessary fibres for them and helps their digestive system. Also, guinea pigs should NOT be bathed every week since they are already self cleaning animals and water in the wild can be extremely dangerous or scary. You should only bathe your piggies every six months (and that's if) they are extremely dirty. You clearly no NOTHING about guinea pigs.
903 days ago
This quiz is wrong! Guinea pigs should always have access to hay as their teeth do not stop growing and it is the staple of their diet. It also has necessary fibres for them and helps their digestive system. Also, guinea pigs should NOT be bathed every week since they are already self cleaning animals and water in the wild can be extremely dangerous or scary. You should only bathe your piggies every six months (and that's if) they are extremely dirty.