I've noticed the guinea pigs occasionally have a little go at each other but nothing serious.
If you are agreeing to take on the guinea to keep the rabbit company then don't bother!you'd be better off to get a neutered female from the rescue centre and gradually introduce them.Both rabbits and guinea pigs do like company but only with their own type.If you are getting a pig because you want one then to have 2 would be best and keep them separate from the rabbit.Hi Advice needed, we have a lovely two year old male dwarf loop eared rabbit who has been neutured. They can live in separate hutches as I've read conflicting advice on the net about rabbits bullying guinea pigs.
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