Best Guinea Pig Cages

Updated March 2019
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Offering a home to these small, kid-friendly pets, guinea pig cages are the perfect way to keep your pet safe and contained inside. Modern cages are large and comfortable, often coming with a number of accessories to keep the guinea pig active, healthy, and satisfied. Common guinea pig cages come in several types: aquariums cubes, and coroplast, and common pet store cages. Since the minimum recommended size for a cage is 7.5 square feet for a single guinea pig, it is important the cage you choose offers this amount or more. Large aquariums and cubes are often a safer bet for this size, but many larger pet store cages can fit the bill as well.

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