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3 Males (can be pair and single)


3  Males (can be pair and single)


3 Males (can be pair and single)

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Rehoming because

We have three wonderful adolescent male piggies. They are perfectly behaved. We were already thinking about rehoming them because we are not able to spend as much time with them as we'd hoped, and we just found out that the recent worsening of our toddler's skin condition likely signals an allergy to the piggies or the hay. That has put a bit more urgency on our decision.

Our Story

All three are males. Ron, a Peruvian long-haired is about a year, Harry is an American White Crested and is about 8 months, and Dobby, the baby, is a white shirt-haired with a red and white crest.

They have had no health issues. They will come with their extra large crate (which we use only for travel), crate pad, all of their hidies, toys, accessories, hay, vitamis, and pellets.  

Our preference is that all three go together, but we would be willing to do a pair and a single as long as the single is going to have a playmate in his new home. 

For a rehoming fee, we ask that you make a $30 donation to an animal rescue organization of your choice and provide us with the confirmation email. 

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I'd love to have these guinea pigs, we always have them in our home since our daughters love them so much. We recently lost one and leave one that kind of lonely, would be nice to get him more friends. Please let me know.

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