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What You Need to Know About Guinea Pig Bedding

When choosing the right bedding for your guinea pig, it’s all about finding something that makes them feel cozy at home! Read on to learn more about choosing, cleaning and maintaining guinea pig bedding.

What should I use for guinea pig bedding?

Lining the bottom of your pet’s cage with soft bedding lends a comfy foundation for sleeping while helping prevent foot sores that can sometimes develop. Soft, shredded recycled paper is a favorite among pet parents but fleece bedding is another option for small pets in cooler climates. Avoid pine and cedar chips since they can cause health problems in guinea pigs.

How often should I change guinea pig bedding

The main use of bedding is to absorb urine. Because of this, it’s important to check bedding every day and remove or replace any soiled bits. Bedding should be changed out once a week when you clean your guinea pig’s cage. Options that have high absorbency and low dust could assist you in the cleaning department.

How do I keep the bedding in the cage?

If you notice your guinea pig tossing their bedding out of their cage, you aren’t alone. This is because of their burrowing nature. You can avoid this by using fleece bedding instead of paper. Another option is to add plastic side barriers to your modular cage. This will help to keep the bedding in the cage where it belongs.

Can guinea pigs be litter trained?

Because of the amount of regular maintenance that’s required to keep guinea pig environments clean, some pet parents prefer to try teaching their furry friend to go to the bathroom in a litter box, or within a section of their cage. While guinea pigs can be litter trained, it requires a lot of time and patience. Following a repetitive routine is a vital part of making the training stick. But once you achieve the desired results, your daily cleanup routine will be much simpler!

Comfort is key when creating a home for your guinea pig. Luckily, Petco has all the bedding options you need to keep your furry friend happy and healthy. Pet parents who are members of Petco’s Repeat Delivery program can have their guinea bedding and litter delivered right to their door with free shipping and extra savings on select orders.