im guessing this is for guinea pigs? if so, it's fantastic. they really need this much space, but everyone gets them at a pet store and puts them in a tiny little cage *****Id need to make a higher version for our rabbits****

im guessing this is for guinea pigs? if so, it's fantastic. they really need this much space, but everyone gets them at a pet store and puts them in a tiny little cage *****Id need to make a higher version for our rabbits****

Guinea Pig Hammock ...........click here to find out more http://kok.googydog.com

Guinea Pig Hammock ...........click here to find out more http://kok.googydog.com

This is a copy of the information booklet I've put together as part of my guinea pig adoption package. If you're thinking of adopting a g...

This is a copy of the information booklet I've put together as part of my guinea pig adoption package. If you're thinking of adopting a g...

I think this is a table cloth covering the coroplast. Neat idea.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

I think this is a table cloth covering the coroplast. Neat idea. More

'Casa Guinea Pig" not ready yet, need some "furniture" #GuineaPig #Cavia #Cage

'Casa Guinea Pig" not ready yet, need some "furniture" #GuineaPig #Cavia #Cage

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. They are the sole representatives of the subfamily Dolichotinae.[1] These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines, reaching about 45 cm (18 in) in height.

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. They are the sole representatives of the subfamily Dolichotinae.[1] These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines, reaching about 45 cm (18 in) in height.

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