I bought it for my rabbits and they love it. My bunny, Pico, is 5 lbs and fits through it just fine. If a rabbit of that size can easily fit through it, a guinea pig could.
No, a guinea pig isn't going to get stuck in this tunnel (per the one answer). How could he/she? The guinea pig would have to be gigantic and enormously obese, beyond that of a large rabbit, to get stuck in this tunnel.
As for chewing, most animals chew on stuff, whether plastic, cloth, etc. There are very few materials an animal is not going to chew or partially destroy. My rabbit has chewed some of the tunnel, but of no consequence. The tunnel is still functional, intact and my rabbit is not ingesting any of it. It's a good product for its price.
answered 1 month ago
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I think the person saying they could get stuck in it is talking about the 4'' diameter one - this one's 8'' in diameter, I don't see how two guinea pigs could get stuck in it considering my rabbits (holland lop and lionhead) can play in it at the same time - sometimes one of them runs through while the other is laying down in it.
my bunnies love this, so a guinea pig probably would too
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
San Antonio, TX
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I have used this tunnel with a ginea pigs and i did not like it. they were chewing on the edges and the tube is plastic by the way . If i didn't remove it they would eventually they would get stuck in it!! i do not recomend it!!!!!
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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