Can guinea pigs live outside?


Yes! Guinea Pigs can either live outside or indoors. If you keep them in doors for hygienic reasons it is best to get a plastic bottomed cage as this wont soak in pee. If kept outside, it should be kept a hutch, placed not directly on the ground.
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Yes, guinea pigs can live outside, but it is not a wise decision. Rodents are very susceptible to getting sick if they get cold or wet. If they are kept outside, they should be protected and kept warm.
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