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RE: Is digging a real problem?

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Posted by: damesta at Fri Apr 11 23:57:41 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by damesta ]  
   

I'm sure you saw the patagonian cavie at S&S, right? Ive bought one from them before. They mainly eat veggies and alot of hey/grass,my capybaras and cavies are both surprisingly fond of mazuri tortoise diet, lol. Thats part of the reason I put them all together though, their diets are basically the same but I feed my mammals horse pellets as well, basically the same stuff you would get at a petting zoo. They don't eat that much and they are the 3rd biggest rodent in the world so they can get pretty large. They can walk, run, take long leaps or hop around like rabbits, how they move depends on how fast they want to go.


   

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