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The importance of Hay for Guinea Pigs – New Educational Poster from PFMA

The importance of Hay for Guinea Pigs – New Educational Poster from PFMA

This new poster from the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) highlights what guinea pigs need in their diet to stay fit and healthy.

The importance of Hay for Guinea Pigs – New Educational Poster from PFMA

Having access to good quality hay or grass is key for guinea pigs' digestive and dental health. Access to hay and grass also encourages natural foraging and grazing behaviour which is important in their overall health and welfare.

This new poster from the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA) highlights what guinea pigs need in their diet to stay fit and healthy.

The poster can be downloaded in up to A3 size for your pet shop, veterinary consult room, classroom or home as a vibrant reminder of what a healthy diet for guinea pigs looks like.

https://www.pfma.org.uk/the-importance-of-hay-poster-guinea-pigs

For more information on Guinea pigs' nutritional requirements please visit

https://www.pfma.org.uk/guinea-pigs  

 

 

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