Guinea Pigs

Thank you for your interest in adopting a guinea pig! Below you will find our adoption policy and the piggies we currently have in our care who are looking for new homes. If you are interested in adopting a guinea pig or pigs, please contact us via email so we can provide you with our adoption questionnaire.

We monitor all new piggies for a minimum of 2 weeks to check for health issues and to assess what kind of home they will be best suited to. If you are interested in a guinea pig who is not yet available for adoption, we would still love to hear from you, so please do get in touch.

Dandelion & Burdock – Under Assessment

Dandelion & Burdock are a bonded pair of male crested guinea pigs. Having only recently arrived they are currently quite shy but beginning to gain enough confidence to come out of their hidey to eat some yummy hay and forage. Once they have passed their assessment period with us, they will be looking for a spacious (minimum 6ftx2ft) home together, preferably indoors, or in an insulated shed/unused garage.

George – Under Assessment

George is an approx 3 year old male Himalayan guinea pig who has previously been a class piggy at a primary school. He has come to us to find a more stable and calm home. George arrived with a lovely (not!) case of anal sac impaction, which we cleared out however this appears to be a recurring issue, and he will need help with this on a daily basis going forwards. He is currently under vet treatment for suspected respiratory and eye infections, and under investigation for hind leg weakness. George will stay with us until he has the all clear from the vet.