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Mr Fluffybutt
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Small Pet Safe House

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Small Pet Safe House is a new rescue in Dallas County. We take in hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, guinea pigs, hermit crabs, chinchillas, hedgehogs, and sometimes sugar gliders and rabbits as well. Currently our 501c3 is pending with approval expected in the next 2-4 weeks. 

We are almost always operating beyond capacity and have many animals available for adoption. Volunteers and fosters are also very much in need. For the adoption application, or the foster/volunteer application, please email us at small.paws.safe.space@gmail.com and we'll respond very shortly. Visit our Instagram @smallpetsafehouse to see the animals, read their rescue stories, and see pictures of the rescue!

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Can you SHIP?

Sorry, NO. Please do not contact the owner and ask about shipping guinea pigs. It is NOT possible. Please look for guinea pigs LOCAL to you! That's what this site is for--helping you find a guinea pig close to home to adopt and love.

But I want THAT one!

Yes, that one is adorable and looks just like the one you must have for your very important reason or you will not be able to go on living. But, there are many more in your area that are just as wonderful. Perhaps they are not listed here, but they can be found. The piggy in need waiting for you near your own back yard might look a little different, but could melt your heart anyway!

Need help finding one or two?

We can help you. Take a look here for some great links and suggestions. And if you still need help with your search, check that page to reach out to us for some specific assistance. Volunteers are standing by willing to help you!

Adoption Jitters?

Are you a little antsy about adopting? Do not be afraid! Some basic precautions and you can be a guinea pig adoption angel in no time! Check out our "ADOPTING SUCCESS" article. Are you NEW TO GUINEA PIGS? Don't worry, we're here to help. Please check this page for some basics.