No this would not be a suitable size for a guinea pig because the guinea pig would be very limited in movement and this would cause undo stress on your guinea pig. Measure your guinea pig from nose to tail and then look at the size of the carrier in relationship to those measurements. Your guinea pig should be able to stand up, lay down and turn around comfortably while traveling. Imagine someone placing you in an acrylic box that you could not move in, cramps, sweat and possibly your own poo would be stuck on you because you could not move comfortably and that would suck.
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can a fancy mouse fit in their for trips to the vet?
This would be a carrying container that would provide adequate room for your fancy mouse. Be sure to add some comfortable bedding such as the bedding your housing him in now into the carrier. This will insure your mouse is calm and comfortable for the trip to and from the vet. He may not even notice he has left home.
Measure your baby chinchilla from nose to bottom. The look at the measurement of the transport carrier. Your guinea pig should be able to move about comfortably. Lay down or stand up with out being uncomfortable. This may or may not be a good fit depending on the size you are able to get.
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would it be too tight a space
my hamster freaks out if its too tight a space would that be a problem with go2school
To be sure of a comfortable trip, measure your hamster and compare that measurement with the size as listed on the website before ordering or going down to purchase. The hedgehog should be able to move around comfortably, turning around, laying down or standing up.
Hamsters because they are so small are easy to transport in their cage. Because they are nocturnal they more then likely will not notice they are taking a trip or had been on one. If you do not wish to take their cage, a small clear plastic critter container is useful and easy to carry as most come with a colorful top that is vented and a handle to carry it with. You can put some of your hamsters bedding in it and again your hamster is more then likely to never notice he/she has left home.
Measure your guinea pig from nose to bottom. The look at the measurement of the transport carrier. Your guinea pig should be able to move about comfortably. Lay down or stand up with out being uncomfortable.