Please Read ^_^ Hey everyone so I'm back with another care video and it's about cleaning guinea pig's ears. This is just how I personally do it and it works for me and my guinea pigs. Remember when you are cleaning your guinea pig's ears only clean the outer visible parts of their ears to avoid damaging their hearing. I hope this video helped you! Also can you please leave video requests in the comment section below? I've had many many requests to do chinchilla videos but I need chinchilla topics please! I've decided to try to upload at least one video per week so check every Sunday and hopefully there will be a video up! Thanks! Please comment, like, subscribe, and request! Snowflake, you always had the cutest ears!


Differences between male and female piggies! Including: dominance, hygiene, health issues and personality traits.

A quick summary:
* Male piggies can get along and do not always fight! Equally, sometimes female piggies will not get along. Males do not need neutering unless they are to live with one or a group of females.
* Male piggies might be a tad smellier, but hardly. Cleaning a male's grease gland is not difficult and should not put you off males.
* Males can suffer impaction when they get older, but females are prone to ovarian cysts, which can be a bigger health concern in the long run. 
* The personality depends much more on the individual piggie, but males might be more outgoing than females.
* A lot of new owners go for females, but as someone who had a pair of male piggies first, I think either sex is fine! Consider going to a rescue to get a pre-bonded pair of piggies, that way you know they definitely get along fine

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How I made my cage more fun for my piggies, with help from a trip to Jollies and Pets at Home! 

Some quick tips:
* If you've got the space, try moving fiddle sticks into the centre so they can access from both ends, making it a tunnel to run through too!
* Decorate the sides of your cages with chew toys hanging down and colourful hag bags to spice things up a little!
* Give them a treat by putting in some of their favourite hay or readi grass mixed in with their usual one.
* Use pads! Either a selection of random colours or for the more coordinated cage use pads all the same colour. These are great to help with cleaning too.
* Use a mixture of different hidey options, so your piggies always have a choice of where to relax.
* Try using items that double up as a toy and a snack - the hay tunnels are a favourite!
* And of course, swap things around every week so your piggies (and you!) don't get bored with the same old layout.

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Answers to some common questions I have received about hedgehogs.

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Wanted to share with you all Poki's first time outdoors experience and what she usually does around the house. Poki is the sweetest most precious Hedgehog ever. I've had her for almost 6 months now She brings so much joy in my life. Her hobbies are Exploring, Eating and Sleeping ( Which you will see a lot in this video). Every time I play with her I almost explode with cuteness. You can check out more pictures of her on my Instagram,Twitter and Facebook pages . Also Please 'Like' if you want more Poki Videosss !!!

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Bunny rabbits are adorable enough when they're just sitting there twitching their pink noses or lapping water up from their little bottles, but when they're hopping over brightly colored fences like tiny, long-eared horses while their super-enthusiastic trainers cheer from the sidelines, it makes you wonder why rabbit show jumping isn't on TV all the time. We recently spent the day at the Rabbit Grand National in Harrogate in Yorkshire, England, to witness this space-time-bending level of cuteness for ourselves. Show jumping tests bunnies' speed and agility as they race down the course, dreaming of winning the big trophy or at least of getting treats when they finish. We met a two-and-a-half-year-old bunny named Cherie. Her trainer, Magdelena, says Cherie's favorite things in the world are jumping, hay, and carrots (and probably fucking a whole bunch, if we know anything about rabbits). Cherie annihilated the competition, finishing the race in just 12.5 seconds! Way to go,