Listed below are available babies, young & adults by breed
Skinny Pigs (Hairless): We will have more litters coming!
Skinnys are pretty tiny as babies and will still be smaller than other guinea pigs at adulthood. They are very interactive with their owners and love attention. Most people haven't seen a hairless cavy and it makes them a very unique pet. The skinny isn't totally hairless as they have some short wiry hair on their nose and feet. Some may have random hairs on their body and some have light hairs all over and are often referred to as "Werewolves". Their skin is soft to the touch. The only grooming needed for these little guys is a little unscented lotion. They are perfect pets for people with allergies. And you won't have pet hair on your clothes.
Americans: We are expecting new litters in May and June and we have babies available now!
Our newest litter arrived May 3rd. Two males and one female are available for $25 each. Pictured on the Photo Gallery page in the "New Arrivals" album.
A young male, born in Oct 2012 is available for $15. He is social and has been living with other males since birth.
Americans are a short, smooth-haired, easy maintenance pet or show cavy.
Peruvians: Expecting more and babies available now!
Born April 9th, a litter of two. One dilute boar (male) still available for $50. Pictured in the "Available Now" album in the Photo Gallery. They are ready to go now!
Peruvians get very long hair over time. Their coats grow the longest of all the long-haired breeds and can get 18 inches in length. You can let it grow or trim it to just about any length. Typically when the hair is shorter than 4 inches, they don't require much grooming. But as the hair grows longer you may find you will want to brush/comb them more often, especially if their hair drags the ground. Lots of fun! Peruvians are not common and you will be the envy of all your friends with one of these cuties!
Silkies: We have silkies in mating now!
A silkie's hair will grow long, (avg. 5-12 in) in a backward fashion and have a "groomed" look. The hair on the face stays shorter. They are easy to maintain for a long-haired breed. A very pretty, shiny coated cavy. Not your average pet store guinea pig.
Coronets: More coming!
They are another of the long-haired breeds. Their hair stays short on the face and they have a small coronet (crest) on the top of the head which stays shorter as well. The hair on the body is very full and grows long down the sides, (5-12 avg.). They are relatively easy to maintain w/ just a little weekly brushing. Another breed that is very hard to find and very beautiful.
Abyssinians: We have Abbys in mating now and litters will be arriving soon!
Abyssinians are a short-haired breed. Their hair stands up in rosettes or ridges vs. laying flat like an Americans and are easy maintenance.
Texels: More litters coming and babies here now!
Litter of two boars born Feb 18th. One black/white still available for $50. Photos in the "Available Now" album.
Litter of three born March 7th. One boar still available, red/white for $50. New pictures in the Photo Gallery.
Litter of two boars born March 15th. One red/white is still available or $50. Pictured in the "Available Now" album.
Litter of 2 males (boars) born May 8th, one chocolate/white and one black/white. $50 each. Photo in the "New Arrivals" album.
Texels have kinky, curly hair which appears very full. Their coat does get longer (5-10 in plus) and requires some grooming. Finger combing maintains the curl in long coats. Brushing will create a very full wavy look. You can choose to let it grow long in waves & ringlets, (you'll want to finger comb gently if you want to show your cavy). Or keep it trimmed for a short, curly look. I love to trim their hair to about 2 inches and scrunch their curls with a gentle lotion or conditioner. It holds the style, keeps it easy to manage and keeps shedding down. It's a great super curly look! Texels can be very hard to find.
Teddies: We have teddies in mating and some available now!
Our last litter arrived Jan 30th. One PEW (pink-eyed white) male is still available for $30.
Also two adult proven boars. both lilac & red, "Mavrick" & "Rueben"--$10 to adopt either of them. Pictured in the Photo Gallery in the "Available Now" album.
Teddies have short hair but it is a "wiry" coat that stands up. More coarse than the smooth hair on an American. Their coat is very easy to care for. Teddies are not easy to come by
*Last update to available list 5-20-13*