Fresh Guinea Herbs & Plants

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Fresh guinea pig Herbs are not only tasty, but also very healthy for your guinea pig! The animals love fresh plants and like to nibble on them. It approaches the natural behavior of guinea pigs. If you also want to spoil your guinea pigs with fresh plants
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Fresh Guinea Pigs Herbs and plants can be ordered easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop ®

Fresh guinea pig Herbs are not only tasty, but also very healthy for your guinea pig! The animals love fresh plants and like to nibble on them. It approaches the natural behavior of guinea pigs. If you also want to spoil your guinea pigs with fresh plants, then you have come to the right place. In this guinea pig category you will find an overview of suitable food plants for guinea pigs.

NATURAL BEHAVIOR THANKS TO THE FRESH PLANTS

The plants are nutritious, healthy and also have a very nice decorative function, but there is something we should not forget. The plants promote the natural behavior of guinea pigs. In the wild, guinea pigs are mainly looking for food and actually eating it all day long. Herbovores (plant-eating animals) have a gastrointestinal system that can only work if new food is constantly being eaten. The new food pushes the old through the intestines, so it is therefore very important that guinea pigs have hay all day long.

In the wild, the animals choose their own diet, but a large part of the diet consists of fresh plant parts. These are chosen for their fiber, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, proteins, but also for their medicinal effect. Many plants are known for their health-promoting properties. The animals know that like no other and also in the wild they instinctively look for the right plant for an ailment.

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