In the US there's this cereal and I don't know if it's sold in Canada but I wanted to know if I could feed it to my guinea pigs as a treat since it has fiber. It's called Fiber One and you can visit the website: www.fiberone.com. My mom eats it every day for breakfast and I wanted a treat that I could use to tame them. I have multiple pigs in each cage so they snatch veggies from each other which doesn't make it fair and I need something I can use. Should I try Fiber One or make my own treats? If so how would I go about that?
Considering all of the supportive comments that you've had on this video, I would say whatever you decide to do, your subscribers will enjoy it and support you. I would say its your channel so do what you feel. But if you want the suggestion, I personally really enjoy your cage tours and care videos. It's helpful to know ways to care for your hamsters! I also enjoy your cute how-to videos! Thanks for all you do for your fans!
+skinnypigs1 Ok, thank you! I'll try chopped up veggies instead. The only reason I wanted to use this is because they could probably devour it in a matter of seconds and the veggies take more time. They like to snatch their treats from each other which makes them less excited to take one from me and its not fair and makes the taming process harder.
I have five boars that I want to pair up. One (Olaf) works really good on his own and scares the others so I will not be pairing him. Another (Chewy) is maybe a 6 on the dominance scale. Another (Tiger) is also a 6. The third (Oreo) is a 7 and he is already paired with the last one (Gizmo) who is a 4. Should I chance joining four together? I am afraid if I try and fail, Oreo will not behave for his mate (altho if this happens I could re-pair them up by bathing them and putting them in neutral territory). Also, do you have a suggestion as to which personalities work best? Which of the four less dominant should I try to pair if anything else doesn't work? Thank you for this informative video!
I personally wouldn't risk a herd with boars, a herd is naturally made up of one boar and the rest are sows, in the wild boars wouldn't really form herds and are likely to fight. I personally never try anything more than pairs with boars. It has been done but their personalities would need to be right (most of them would need to be really submissive). If it failed, it could potentially cause all of them to fall out meaning you could have five lone boars. Once they fall out, it's very difficult to get them living together again, they could fall out permanently. It's up to you but I wouldn't risk it with the ones who already have a friend. The ones who don't yet have a friend could be tried in different combinations to see if they will get on. Hope this helps x