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Care area divider with ramp covers for safetyFolding, multi access removable wire mesh topLeak-Proof, easy to attach and remove, washable canvas bottomLock-in-place doors double as rampsNo tools or connecting pieces required for set up of this pet cageGuinea pig cage conveniently folds flat for storage & travel
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Is this suitable for a dwarf hamster?

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no, well it depends how big your hamster is because the railings are thick so it could easily slide through.
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Yea I would think so, the wire doesn't have large space in it for the hamster to get out, you would just need to make sure it doesn't get stuck under the ramp
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Nuuuu. The bars are much too far apart and the lining is canvas, which they could easily chew through.
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Yes. I have a roborovski hamster who is smaller than a dwarf, but she has plenty of room. I would say that it's perfect for one dwarf, but no more than that.
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The wire spacing on the Guinea Habitat is not small enough for a dwarf hamster.
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Is this cage good for a full grown guinea pig ?

i want to adopt a guinea pig that waqs given back to a store after being sold.. it is already full grown so i will need a big enough cage for it. What should i do any suggestions ?
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yes, this is perfect for a full grown guinea pig you can even have another one. we have this cage and a full grown guinea pig and we are working on getting another guinea pig.
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Well, it's up to you. I only have bedding in the kitchen because that's where she is trained to only go in there. Until your guinea pig is trained to 'go' in a certain area I would recommend putting it everywhere.
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THIS CAGE IS PERFECT! You could even put two in there, if you took them out to play alot. Guinea Pigs are much much happier with a companion. I'd try two females, but males are ok, but sometimes they're territorial if they're not from the same litter. Females will treat eachother like sisters if they bond enough.
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This cage is the PERFECT size for a full-grown guinea! The recommended cage size for one adult guinea pig is roughly 7.5 square feet, and this one is 8, so it would be ideal. Plus, he or she will love running on the ramp and you'll love how much easier it is to clean than a regular cage!
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Yes, infact, it's big enough for two! But i would reccomend buying them someplace else as babies, as they'll be easier to train.
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Will my guinea pig be able to chew through the blue-green material that the bottom of the cage is made of?

I just want to know of anyone's has, or of it would be likely.
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No, I have this cage and my guinea pigs LOVE to chew on things. It would be very hard to chew threw. My piggies haven't.
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I've had my guinea in his new pen now for a week or so and he's tried to nibble at it here and there, but he hasn't made any progress on it, so I'm assuming no. I'll post back, though, if something changes haha
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Yes! My piggies have eaten through the ramp and the small strip that covers the separating wall.
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No, I would doubt it if your Guinea Pig will chew the bottom. You can put bedding so it is distracted about breaking it.
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Is this sold in Petco stores too or only online?

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It is sold at both but it might be sold out in stores too.
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Now available in stores as well!
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It is sold in some stores, but usually only sold online. I got mine in-store because someone returned theirs.
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I believe this is only sold online, I haven't seen it in Petco stores. You should probably look though.
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Is this cage big enough for 2 guineas?

hi, im looking to buy 2 guinea pigs. and im wondering if this cage is big enough for 2??
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Yes, for two baby guinea pigs, this will be a paradise. (try buying them as babies so theyll be easier to train.) But, as adults, this is the minimum for two, but I would still buy it if you took them out to play alot.
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Yes, it's .5 sq. ft. more than the minimum for 2 piggies. If you have a comercial cage, you can connect the two to make your cage even bigger,
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hi! i have found this cage to be perfect for my two males
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No, you could maybe fit one in there, but definitely not 2. Sorry
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I am considering buying the Midwest guinea pig plus cage and I am wondering if you have to put bedding in the entire cage or just in the "kitchen?"

I am not sure if I have to put bedding everywhere in this cage or in the "play area" can I just leave it as the canvas bottom.
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I would suggest putting fleece in the kitchen (if you use bedding, and food gets on the floor & the piggy eats the bedding it could get very bad) and the other section bedding.
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It's up to you. I personally put bedding all throughout. It's not foolproof that your guinea will only use the bathroom in the one designated area, so you may end up with a mess if you don't put bedding throughout the entire cage. But that's totally up to you. You could always try it and see how it works out and then if need be, add bedding if you start noticing it getting messy. The nice thing about this pen is that it's very easy to clean and flexible to your needs :)
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Yes, i bought this cage, and Guineas just "do their business" wherever they are. Put it everywhere. By the way, try Carefresh bedding!
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would the "Guinea" pig cage be ok to use a rat instead of the guinea pig

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no unfortunately Rats like to dig and as a result the soft canvas bottom would not hold a rat for very long.... We would recommend a Critter Nation for our Ratty friends!
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If your rat cannot fit threw the bar spacing, it may be a sutable cage, although rats enjoy climbing levels. I would look into getting a feret/rat cage to fit there needs.
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Of course! It doesn't matter what animal it says it for, as long as it is not to big for your animal, and not to small.
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What kind of bottom does this cage have?

is the bottom of the cage part of the wire frame? a plastic box like standard cages? Or will I need a towel under the lining?
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It's just canvas, no bottom to it, it velcros onto the cage. We haven't had any leakage issues. We vacuum out the bulk mess once a week and a wet cloth to wipe up where the bun missed the litter pan.
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The bottom is like a fabric but it is not that soft and you will need bedding or a towel to put a towel on it as well
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The bottom is canvas with no support underneath so it has to be place on a solid surface. Bought it for two guinea pigs and returned it. It's plenty big enough, just wasn't sturdy.
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Hiya! I'm considering getting a baby guinea pig to go with my adult male guinea pig, And I was wondering if this cage could fit both?

I mostly want to know if both the piggies would have enough room to play and such. One adult male and an undetermined baby guinea pig. Would they be comfortable in this cage? Even when the undetermined one becomes an adult?
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Yes they would fit perfectly.
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Yes, this is okay to fit two pigs.
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Maybe. I would suggest getting a plus & a regular (or two of the same) and hooking them together, as they may fight if they are cramped in a cage like this. I would suggest just making a C & C cage.
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What is the best way to clean this cage?

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Don't undo all the Velcro straps because that just takes way too long. When my piggies are on bedding, I get a scooper and just scoop out the bedding and vacuum the rest once a week. When they are on fleece, I vacuum out the droppings a few times a day and completely change it every week!
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I use vinegar and water, with some baking soda during, and after the cleaning, rinsing well with water and drying completely. In the summer I just throw it in the washing machine and put it on the line. I do not use Carefresh anymore, instead I line the bottom with puppy pads, then use fleece blankets ( made specially) which wick away the moisture and pull it away from the piggies' feet. It is far cleaner, cheaper, and I don't have white clumps of carefresh all around the house anymore.
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When necessary, hand wash the canvas bottom, the dividing panel cover and the ramp cover with water and mild detergent and dry flat. Machine washing is not recommended. You can wash down the cage with a mild detergent and be sure to dry very well.
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Is this the best choice of the cages I have viewed?

Hi, I plan on adopting a guinea pig very soon. I think this is the right choice but can you answer this question? I have a baby sister who will most likely come in my room and try to play with the piggie, but hurt it instead. So should I get this one to have a roof to keep her out? Thanks!
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This cage does have a top to it. It is quite large so make sure you have enough room in your room for it.
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yes, a roof would be best.
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Yes, we would recommend the Guinea Habitat Plus with a roof to help keep little hands out of the cage.
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Does the Midwest Guinea Pig plus cage have a stand that can be ordered seperately?

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No.
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No, it doesn't.
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For Ferrets?

Would this cage be a good one for 2 ferrets?
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no, ferrets are very inquisitive and great escape artists. They need a more secure cage.
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I think this cage would probably be perfect for a couple of ferrets. There should be plenty of room for play & personal space if they wanted it. There's enough room to hang a hammock from the top too.
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Whats the difference with this plus cage and the normal one?

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This cage comes with a wall made of the same material as the outside bars with a canvas/vinyl bottom that also has a ramp to separate the cage into two areas: one for sleeping, eating, bathroom, and one for playtime
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The plus cage has the divider and top while the normal one does not include a divider or the top/ceiling.
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Can the top be romoved from the cage/habitat ?

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It most certainly can! It does help with keeping the cage a bit sturdier when it is attached since the bottom is canvas/vinyl and doesn't have that hard plastic to support it like most cages do, but it would still hold up just fine without the top. The nice part about keeping the top on, though, is that you can open two little latches on either end and fold the top back and out of the way when you need to.
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"The Midwest Guinea Habitat Plus Guinea Pig Cage comes with a very convenient, easy to operate removable wire mesh top"
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i have two questions #1 can you seporate the cages with the thing that is already in there #2 is there enough room in there for 3 or 4 guinea pigs.

i have a male and a female and the female is pregnant and i need a bigger cage.
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Yes, this cage can be used to separate guineas simply by folding the ramp up to create a wall. However, this particular cage alone is not large enough for 3-4 guineas. What you can do, though, is buy two and attach them to create a large enough one. The space requirement for one adult guinea is 7.5 square feet, so you want to allow quite a bit of space for all those guys! :)
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#1: Yes, you can. If you are talking about that separte room thingy, then yes.

#2: Sorry to say, but no. Guinea pigs need lots of room to roam around. I would keep a maxiumum of 2 guinea pigs in here. Please DO NOT keep 4 or more!!!
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Seperation for 2 pigs?

Hi, can you use this cage to keep 2 pigs seperate in one cage? I am introducing a new pig to my other pig and would like to keep them seperate at first in one cage instead of buying two different ones. Thanks!
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Definitely! You would just fold the ramp up to create a wall and that way they can see and smell one another, but not fight (god forbid)
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Hi well it comes with a divider and if u get the cage WITH a divider then all u have to do is close up on end of the "brige"
Hope this helpes :)
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does this cage have a upper level or a litter box type thing???

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It does not have an upper level or a litter box, per se. It consists of one large pen with a canvas/vinyl floor that you attach to the bars of the cage with little velcro straps. Then in the middle is a wall made up of the same bars as the outside of the cage, with the same canvas/vinyl at the bottom rising up a few inches. In this wall is an opening with a canvas ramp for the guinea to go between the two enclosures. The wall is movable, so you can choose how much space to allow for each area. One is for sleeping/eating (where the guinea will bathroom the most and make the most mess) and the other is for a play area. This is where you'll put all his or her toys and allow a little extra space for running and popcorning. There is no upstairs, but the little box aspect of it is kind of right. The nice part is that when it's time to clean, you scoot your guinea to the play area and fold the ramp up to create a solid wall. Then he or she is out of the way so that you can focus on cleaning their bed area, which gets dirty the quickest. Then once you're done that, you can put the ramp back down and allow them into that area while you clean the play area. It's very versatile and I think you'll really love it :)
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No, unfortunantly not. It comes as shown. Better off if you build a C&C cage for your guinea pigs. It will probably be cheeper. You'll be better off with a C&C. BUT, be sure to use coroplast as the bottom of the C&C, or you'll have urine leak, and... that's not so fun. Hope this helps!!
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Would this cage be suitable for an adult silver agouti guinea pig and his pal the shorthair?

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This cage would definitely accommodate two guinea pigs. It provides 8 square feet which is what breeders recommend for two adults.
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The size recommended for an adult guinea pig is roughly 7.5 square feet, closer to 8. You *can* house two in this cage (it says so in the instructions) but if they're both males, you're better off buying this one and then the standard pen similar to this minus the ramp to add onto it. With males, you want them to be able to have their own separate spaces to go to when they need a break from one another. But yes, to answer your question, it would be large enough for two :) Good luck to your boys!
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I just bought the midwest habitat plus and want to know what I need to do to expand it? can i buy the std one to expand it? how do they hook together?

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You could put them side by side with the doors open, you should put a ramp to both cages. If you feel the cage up i doubt it would move, but if you still want more security, get some caple ties, and tie the ends together.
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I have this cage. First, you need yo spread out the bottom. Second, get the cage wires out and hook each one to the others. Put the wires over top the bottom and slide the Velcro over top the wires and slide back through.
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