A Teddy Guinea Pig and his Teddy Bear
We adopted Toothless a few days after Thanksgiving (2017). He was shy at first and then started zooming. We named him after Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon.
He was only 4 weeks old when we adopted him. We thought he was a female because the previous owner said he was. That is why we put him in the same enclosure as our two other female guinea pigs. After a few days, he kept motorboating. After a week, I decided to check Toothless' genitals and it sure resembled like that of a male. That's when we decided to separate him and moved him to an adjacent enclosure so he could still see the two other females.
He is about 9 months now and seems to be a happy piggy and still motorboats when he sees Dalek our other female guinea pig.
You can view more photos of him here: https://www.photographsbyrod.com/NYC-Loves-Pets/Other-Pets/
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