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How to check your guinea pig's teeth

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How to check your guinea pig's teeth

Dental problems often go undetected in the early stages, but as all the guinea pig's teeth grow continuously (approximately 2-3 mm per week), small problems can quickly become major problems. It is therefore important to check your guinea pig's teeth frequently - at least on a weekly basis and more often if they have previously had dental problems in the past.

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