Solid floors prevent damage to small feet. Cleaning is a breeze, and owners like how easy it is to accessorize.
Shallow bottom tray can lead to bedding being ejected, but deeper alternatives are available. Assembly could be easier.
Plenty of room for two guinea pigs. Deep tray keeps bedding in. Secure door locks should prevent unauthorized excursions.
A few owners think it's hard to clean, and say it is not as simple to assemble as advertised.
There's lots of room, flexible accommodation, and owners love the easy access offered by the top opening.
Many would prefer a hay bin that fit inside the cage, not out (it can get messy). The supplied water bottle is prone to leaks.
Lots of room for one guinea pig. Owners like the covered area, and praise how easy the cage is to set up.
Full width opening makes it difficult to keep pet inside while feeding. If you want a second guinea pig you'll need a second cage.
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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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