Guinea Pigs

A pet with bundles of character

Tidmarsh Pets - Guinea Pigs

Tidmarsh Pets have been breeding a variety of rabbits and guinea pigs since 1989, and we pride ourselves on our dedication to our customers.

Here are some of our recent departures...

Susan

Horatio & Nelson

John, Paul, George & Ringo

Why Use Us?

Breeding guinea pigs is best left to the professionals due to the complex nature of the females being able to become pregnant within hours of giving birth. That's why at Tidmarsh Pets we ensure a safe, warm and secure environment for breeding and caring after birth. Newborn pups are weened from their mother between 14 and 28 days after birth, ready to become your new favourite pet!

Cages & Supplies

We can supply all the extra's required to give your new guinea pig the perfect home. Please talk to us about their requirements including bedding, diets, runs, handling and much more.

Hutches & Cages

A Guniea Pig's hutch is his castle. Quite literally sometimes. We'll advise the best for your pet.
- single level guinea pig hutch
- double level guinea pig hutch
- extra large guinea pig hutch

guinea pig food

Guinea Pigs will eat anything! Come to us for advice on the correct nutritional foods.
- hay and straw
- clip on sticks
- fresh vegetables

guinea pig bedding bedding

Bedding is vitally important as it keeps them warm, comfortable and ensures no stress.
- large pack of wood shavings
- large & small Hay packs
- large & small straw packs

How it Works

1.
Drop us a call or email and we'll arrange your appointment date and time.
2.
Come and see us at Wilco Farm.
It usually takes about 45 mins to discuss your requirements, during which time we'll offer tips and advice about keeping your new family member healthy.
3.
We'll arrange a time that suits you to come back and collect your rabbit or guinea pig.

We'll ready any extra items you have ordered along with ownership documents.
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