Is it oops sorry I got it from someone who emailed it to me, and then I found it again on pimms-pages. I hope you don't mind me pinching it. It will help others I think so if it's ok by you I would like to keep it up here and give you credit of course
my guniea pig has just gave birth yesterday the 5th Nov and i got her on the 16 or 17 of sep so she must of been preggers before i got her and not by the boar that was suppoused to be another sow, so a bad breeder then as i asked for 3 girls and found out that they are infact 2 girls and 1 boy, then they started showing signs of pregnancy, the other still hasn't given birth yet though so she may be preggers by the boar that was mis-sexed
I have been looking at the chart and Blossom and Teddy went together on 26 December so I calculated 10 weeks from then which is tomorrow date the 6th March but but the chart she was due on the 3rd March - She is huge and now I am worrying she is going to have a big litter. Oh I wish she would give birth and put me out of my misery - I am spending too long watching her
I have learned the more we watch and worry the more they make us wait, LOL!
I just add 10 weeks from the date I either saw the mating or the date when I put them in with the boar. It isn't always accurate since we have no idea when conception actually took place, but that is how I do it.
wow this is Brill - I can plan her next litter to make sure I'm not away. Her babies were born on 13 march so she was mated (Accicdently) 2 Jan - I had one of these when I bred my 1st sow 14 yrs ago and have only just got back into wanting to breed again.
Enneagon: But I have to agree with Candyguts - this one is sort of active but not very... it's kind of weird. My budgie one is more active than this one. So let's make it more active!
Aug 24, 2014 1:54:11 GMT
Orlaith: Remember that people who view the forum from their phones can't see the shoutbox!
Sept 18, 2014 12:52:25 GMT
Orlaith: We're certainly not as active as we could be - remember to post often, and invite your friends
Sept 18, 2014 12:52:43 GMT
Orlaith: Hi Happy Friday!
Sept 19, 2014 13:20:33 GMT
lydia: Hi! How do you start a new post/thread?
Oct 29, 2014 2:34:15 GMT
lydia: Sorry, i'm new here.
Oct 29, 2014 2:34:25 GMT
Orlaith: Hi Lydia. You go to the part of the forum your topic is about (e.g. food or housing) and in the top right there's a button that says "new thread". You click that and the option will pop up for you.
Oct 30, 2014 9:42:28 GMT
emblow: Hello Im new here ,a question about pelvic separation having trouble finding it . First i sit her stance position feeling above her vulva about an inch or 2 up on her belly? on her tummy? how far up by feeling underneath her should you feel they say a hole
Nov 11, 2014 21:30:57 GMT
iheartmytexelpiggies: Hi have 2 questions?#1what happens if you breed a texel to a short haired guinea pig will it produce a texel? #2 I just got 2 texel piggies and I believe one is pregnant by the father is there anything to worry about and she is young not sure on exact age?
Dec 24, 2014 2:38:51 GMT
tingals: I have two baby boys that I need to rehoming due to my health issues. I was wondering if anyone has any issues of how to deal with this hardship?
Jan 18, 2015 2:25:45 GMT
bunchesofjoy: Are you willing to share where you're located?
Jan 28, 2015 16:01:51 GMT
lisa21264: Tingals Please charge a rehoming fee dont give them away to a person. Your vet or a rescue might take them. Im sorry you have to rehome your babies.
Feb 12, 2015 15:15:40 GMT
paigengertie: Need advice on how to introduce a new piggy to my two year old female.
Feb 25, 2015 17:08:20 GMT
frnzr4evr: When you think you have found a private loving home (ie. you haven't got a rescue foster centre nearby), be sure to interview them carefully to make sure they understand the expertise cavies need vs. other rodents, and that they aren't reptile owners
Apr 8, 2015 13:38:18 GMT