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baru2 ni sya ada gi tgk gp kt area banting,mmg cute,ada jenis abby,sheltie,peruvian,sepasang dia jual rm70 je,mmg murah giler..mmg nk beli pn,tpi nk mntk pendpt akk la,cara2 nk jaga gp ni..nk bg makan ape,satu hari bape kali nk bg dia mkn,kena mandikn dia ke?penyakit dia plak cmne erk? leh akk terangkan????pastu cmne kita nk tau dia jantan ke betina? klu sya da bela gp nnti,klu dia terberanak cmne erk?

untuk pengetahuan.....kalau nak tengok pasal GP yg jual kat banting tu....cuba cari nama....Sahril Banting kat facebook...setiap GP yg nak dia jual ada diiklankan dgn gambar sekali....kalau tak jumpa namanya...cuba tengok kat facebook saya...
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untuk pengetahuan.....kalau nak tengok pasal GP yg jual kat banting tu....cuba cari nama....Sahril Banting kat facebook...setiap GP yg nak dia jual ada diiklankan dgn gambar sekali....kalau tak jumpa namanya...cuba tengok kat facebook saya...
cmne nk add zul langat nih.bg sket email nk ad kt pesbuk nih
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cmne nk add zul langat nih.bg sket email nk ad kt pesbuk nih

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budak tomei tu saya le....
cadangan saya...baik add. sharil banting tu lebih bagus...dari pi ke banting!
nanti pi sana....tapi tak de GP yg nak dijual pula....bazir minyak kereta je...kat fbook sharil banting tu ada dia tunjukkan gambar2 GP yg nak dijual. dan kat fbook saya tu ada member/halaman yg khas untuk jual GP. halaman tu namanya....tikus belanda untuk dijual/guinea pig for sale. moga dapat gp idaman....
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budak tomei tu saya le....
cadangan saya...baik add. sharil banting tu lebih bagus...dari pi ke banting!
nanti pi sana....tapi tak de GP yg nak dijual pula....bazir minyak kereta je...kat fbook sharil banting tu ada dia tunjukkan gambar2 GP yg nak dijual. dan kat fbook saya tu ada member/halaman yg khas untuk jual GP. halaman tu namanya....tikus belanda untuk dijual/guinea pig for sale. moga dapat gp idaman....
heheh sok nk dpt GP abbys for free..weeee
ade idea x nk taruk rumput pe?alfalfa ke timothy yer?dgr cite timothy ok..is it?then makanan dia cmne yer?basically vege kn n fruits tp kalu pallets plak?ley ajar?plzz
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sebenarnya apa yg ditulis oleh sis. Felix The Cat.....tu dah cukup dah....kira lengkap untuk asas penjagaan GP.....namun untuk kegembiraan bersama.....saya tambah lagi info yg saya selalu rujuk. sila baca kalau belum baca ye....
A Medical and Care Guide for Guinea Pigs

INDEX || FORUMS || SITEMAP

CARE GUIDE || MEDICAL GUIDE || MEDICATIONS || EMERGENCY || MEDICAL REFERENCE || PUBLICATIONS || RESCUES
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Nutrition
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CARE GUIDE :: DIET
Home > Care Guide > Diet
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A Proper Diet is the Cornerstone of Good Health

Every cavy needs daily:

Vitamin C
Fresh Water
Quality Pellets
Unlimited Grass Hay
Fresh Vegetables

VITAMIN C: Guinea pigs cannot manufacture their own vitamin C and require 10 to 30 mg/kg daily to prevent scurvy. While many guinea pigs receive adequate vitamin C from fresh vegetables and pellets, you may wish to ensure your cavy gets adequate vitamin C by giving a quarter of a 100 mg chewable or plain vitamin C tablet, or provide a small amount of liquid vitamin C drops to each cavy. Young, ill, nursing and pregnant animals require extra vitamin C.
At right, Jpjhooper's guinea pigs enjoy their greens.

Do not add vitamin C to the water.

Water is vital to good health but because vitamin C changes the flavor, they may drink less.
Ascorbic acid degrades rapidly once added to water.
Some cavies drink a lot and some very little, so it is impossible to know how much vitamin C your pet is getting.
See also: Scurvy

WATER: Fresh, cold water, changed daily, (usually provided in a drip bottle to prevent contamination). Avoid distilled water. Avoid water high in minerals, especially if high in calcium. Do not put vitamins or medications in the water.

PELLETS: Plain dye free high quality guinea pig pellets (mixes with nuts are considered too rich), formulated with Vitamin C can be provided in a small heavy ceramic bowl to prevent tipping and cleaned daily. Each cavy will eat approximately 1/8 cup of pellets a day when also fed adequate hay and fresh vegetables. Purchase pellets in small quantities and store in a dry cool dark place to preserve the potency of the C (look for a pellet with an expiration date to check for freshness). Look for a pellet that uses stabilized vitamin C and has a "Best If Used By" date to ensure quality. Avoid pellets that use animal byproducts and those whose primary ingredient is corn.

Most cavy pellets are alfalfa based. Alfalfa pellets are suitable for young, growing and pregnant cavies. After your cavy is about a year old and fully developed (more), a timothy based pellet, which provides less calcium, may be a good choice . Two quality timothy based pellets are Timothy Choice pellets by KM's Hayloft and Cavy Cuisine by the Oxbow Hay Company.
See also: How to Recognize Quality Pellets

GRASS HAY: Unlimited high quality, grass hay (timothy and orchard grass are popular) should always be available to each and every guinea pig, no matter what age. Eating the long hay strands keeps their digestive system moving and helps prevent their teeth from over growing. It is usually placed in a wire rack off the floor for cleanliness.

Alfalfa hay can be given to young guinea pigs, pregnant, nursing or malnourished adults. But because of its high calcium content, alfalfa should be reserved as a treat for the average adult cavy. Excess calcium could contribute to the formation of bladder stones in older cavies. Remember that alfalfa is NOT a replacement for grass hay, but can be used to supplement the diet of some pigs. Grass hay should always be available to all cavies.

And remember, pellets are not a substitute for hay! High quality grass hay should be available for each guinea pig at all times.
See also: Grass Hay -- Selecting Hay

VEGETABLES: Small amounts of fresh vegetables (about a cup a day) are an important additional source of vitamin C and other nutrients. Parsley, romaine lettuce (rather than iceberg, which has less nutritional value and may result in loose stools if given in excess), a small piece of carrot, tomato, green or red pepper, spinach, and cantaloupe are popular choices. And clean, pesticide-free grass, clover, dandelion greens, corn husks and silk, will be appreciated by your pet. Rinse vegetables thoroughly. Do not feed wilted or spoiled food. Vegetables must be introduced slowly, to avoid digestive upsets. Once introduced, you can supply a variety of them to your pet. Variety is the key to maintaining your pigs' health. Be creative.
See also: "Favorite Vegetables and Fruits"
See also: Vegetable/Fruit Chart for vitamin C, calcium and oxalic acid content of many foods.
Optional: Unsweetened, pure cranberry juice, changed daily, may decrease the frequency of urinary tract infections.

Make sure that pellets, grass hay and water are always available (most cavies will not over eat). Vegetables can be provided two or more times a day, removing uneaten vegetables to prevent spoiling.

NOT RECOMMENDED IN DIET:

Avoid mixes or treats with nuts, seeds, dried fruit and dyed pieces.
Do not feed dairy and meat products (cavies are herbivores)
Avoid seeds in husks (like sunflower seeds), which can be a choking hazard.
Do not feed rabbit pellets (they do not contain Vitamin C and some may even include antibiotics toxic to cavies).
Avoid or use sparingly, cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, collards, bok choy, broccoli), as they may cause gas in your pet.
Do not use mineral wheels. Never use Tang (which contains dyes, refined sugars, and very little vitamin C) in drinking water.
Avoid commercial treats marketed for cavies (like yoghurt drops) which can even be detrimental to their health. Consuming these empty calories (many contain fat, sugars and even excess calcium) can result in decreased consumption of the basic foods they really need.

No multivitamins! Plain vitamin C is fine, but multivitamins are not. Excessive amounts of fat soluble vitamins like A and D can cause serious problems for your pet.
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sebenarnya apa yg ditulis oleh sis. Felix The Cat.....tu dah cukup dah....kira lengkap untuk asas penjagaan GP.....namun untuk kegembiraan bersama.....saya tambah lagi info yg saya selalu rujuk. sila baca kalau belum baca ye....
A Medical and Care Guide for Guinea Pigs

INDEX || FORUMS || SITEMAP

CARE GUIDE || MEDICAL GUIDE || MEDICATIONS || EMERGENCY || MEDICAL REFERENCE || PUBLICATIONS || RESCUES
DIET
Nutrition
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Nutrition Links
CARE GUIDE :: DIET
Home > Care Guide > Diet
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A Proper Diet is the Cornerstone of Good Health

Every cavy needs daily:

Vitamin C
Fresh Water
Quality Pellets
Unlimited Grass Hay
Fresh Vegetables

VITAMIN C: Guinea pigs cannot manufacture their own vitamin C and require 10 to 30 mg/kg daily to prevent scurvy. While many guinea pigs receive adequate vitamin C from fresh vegetables and pellets, you may wish to ensure your cavy gets adequate vitamin C by giving a quarter of a 100 mg chewable or plain vitamin C tablet, or provide a small amount of liquid vitamin C drops to each cavy. Young, ill, nursing and pregnant animals require extra vitamin C.
At right, Jpjhooper's guinea pigs enjoy their greens.

Do not add vitamin C to the water.

Water is vital to good health but because vitamin C changes the flavor, they may drink less.
Ascorbic acid degrades rapidly once added to water.
Some cavies drink a lot and some very little, so it is impossible to know how much vitamin C your pet is getting.
See also: Scurvy

WATER: Fresh, cold water, changed daily, (usually provided in a drip bottle to prevent contamination). Avoid distilled water. Avoid water high in minerals, especially if high in calcium. Do not put vitamins or medications in the water.

PELLETS: Plain dye free high quality guinea pig pellets (mixes with nuts are considered too rich), formulated with Vitamin C can be provided in a small heavy ceramic bowl to prevent tipping and cleaned daily. Each cavy will eat approximately 1/8 cup of pellets a day when also fed adequate hay and fresh vegetables. Purchase pellets in small quantities and store in a dry cool dark place to preserve the potency of the C (look for a pellet with an expiration date to check for freshness). Look for a pellet that uses stabilized vitamin C and has a "Best If Used By" date to ensure quality. Avoid pellets that use animal byproducts and those whose primary ingredient is corn.

Most cavy pellets are alfalfa based. Alfalfa pellets are suitable for young, growing and pregnant cavies. After your cavy is about a year old and fully developed (more), a timothy based pellet, which provides less calcium, may be a good choice . Two quality timothy based pellets are Timothy Choice pellets by KM's Hayloft and Cavy Cuisine by the Oxbow Hay Company.
See also: How to Recognize Quality Pellets

GRASS HAY: Unlimited high quality, grass hay (timothy and orchard grass are popular) should always be available to each and every guinea pig, no matter what age. Eating the long hay strands keeps their digestive system moving and helps prevent their teeth from over growing. It is usually placed in a wire rack off the floor for cleanliness.

Alfalfa hay can be given to young guinea pigs, pregnant, nursing or malnourished adults. But because of its high calcium content, alfalfa should be reserved as a treat for the average adult cavy. Excess calcium could contribute to the formation of bladder stones in older cavies. Remember that alfalfa is NOT a replacement for grass hay, but can be used to supplement the diet of some pigs. Grass hay should always be available to all cavies.

And remember, pellets are not a substitute for hay! High quality grass hay should be available for each guinea pig at all times.
See also: Grass Hay -- Selecting Hay

VEGETABLES: Small amounts of fresh vegetables (about a cup a day) are an important additional source of vitamin C and other nutrients. Parsley, romaine lettuce (rather than iceberg, which has less nutritional value and may result in loose stools if given in excess), a small piece of carrot, tomato, green or red pepper, spinach, and cantaloupe are popular choices. And clean, pesticide-free grass, clover, dandelion greens, corn husks and silk, will be appreciated by your pet. Rinse vegetables thoroughly. Do not feed wilted or spoiled food. Vegetables must be introduced slowly, to avoid digestive upsets. Once introduced, you can supply a variety of them to your pet. Variety is the key to maintaining your pigs' health. Be creative.
See also: "Favorite Vegetables and Fruits"
See also: Vegetable/Fruit Chart for vitamin C, calcium and oxalic acid content of many foods.
Optional: Unsweetened, pure cranberry juice, changed daily, may decrease the frequency of urinary tract infections.

Make sure that pellets, grass hay and water are always available (most cavies will not over eat). Vegetables can be provided two or more times a day, removing uneaten vegetables to prevent spoiling.

NOT RECOMMENDED IN DIET:

Avoid mixes or treats with nuts, seeds, dried fruit and dyed pieces.
Do not feed dairy and meat products (cavies are herbivores)
Avoid seeds in husks (like sunflower seeds), which can be a choking hazard.
Do not feed rabbit pellets (they do not contain Vitamin C and some may even include antibiotics toxic to cavies).
Avoid or use sparingly, cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, collards, bok choy, broccoli), as they may cause gas in your pet.
Do not use mineral wheels. Never use Tang (which contains dyes, refined sugars, and very little vitamin C) in drinking water.
Avoid commercial treats marketed for cavies (like yoghurt drops) which can even be detrimental to their health. Consuming these empty calories (many contain fat, sugars and even excess calcium) can result in decreased consumption of the basic foods they really need.

No multivitamins! Plain vitamin C is fine, but multivitamins are not. Excessive amounts of fat soluble vitamins like A and D can cause serious problems for your pet.
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heheh sok nk dpt GP abbys for free..weeee
ade idea x nk taruk rumput pe?alfalfa ke timothy yer?dgr cite timothy ok..is it?then makanan dia cmne yer?basically vege kn n fruits tp kalu pallets plak?ley ajar?plzz
Salam Pjud,

Congratulations on your new GP.
However I must stressed that you must be a responsible pet owner.
Not just pelihara for the fun of it.
Please don't buy the cheap pellet or even feed your GP with rabbit pellet eventhough some idiots kata boleh. Its a big NO...NO!
Ensure that your GP has enough Vit C in their diet as they need lots and lots of Vit C to stay healthy and strong.
You can feed them with alfalfa hay or timothy hay.
Either one will do.
Please change their diet everyday.
E.g. Morning you bagi makan hay.
Petang you bagi makan fresh veggies like carrots, cabbage, buncis
Next day change again e.g. apple, daun pandan, kangkung
This is what I do for my GP
I used to give pellet but now no more as I believe in giving fresh fruits and vege is the best.
Also you kena beli Lysinc+ Vit C and put a few drops in their drinking water.
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Salam Pjud,

Congratulations on your new GP.
However I must stressed that you must be a responsible pet owner.
Not just pelihara for the fun of it.
Please don't buy the cheap pellet or even feed your GP with rabbit pellet eventhough some idiots kata boleh. Its a big NO...NO!
Ensure that your GP has enough Vit C in their diet as they need lots and lots of Vit C to stay healthy and strong.
You can feed them with alfalfa hay or timothy hay.
Either one will do.
Please change their diet everyday.
E.g. Morning you bagi makan hay.
Petang you bagi makan fresh veggies like carrots, cabbage, buncis
Next day change again e.g. apple, daun pandan, kangkung
This is what I do for my GP
I used to give pellet but now no more as I believe in giving fresh fruits and vege is the best.
Also you kena beli Lysinc+ Vit C and put a few drops in their drinking water.
Good Luck!


orite got it kak! lg pon kt sni ade my fren sister yg bela gp and breed jgk tp just for her self only...later got some info from her also..tp about Lysinc+ Vit C n put few drops inside the water can ye?sbb ade terbaca kt webpage/forum len dorg ckp better dun taruk Lysinc+ Vit C inside the water feeder botle... ley akk xplain lg?bout the vit C
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orite got it kak! lg pon kt sni ade my fren sister yg bela gp and breed jgk tp just for her self only...later got some info from her also..tp about Lysinc+ Vit C n put few drops inside the water can ye?sbb ade terbaca kt webpage/forum len dorg ckp better dun taruk Lysinc+ Vit C inside the water feeder botle... ley akk xplain lg?bout the vit C
Welcome......
Selama akk bela GP memang akk letak Lysinc+Vit C.
Sekiranya you bagi kurang Vit C, Lysinc + Vit C ni will act as a supplement for your GP. It will provide all the nutrients that it needs sekiranya makanan yang you bagi tu kurang Vit C.
Satu lagi Lysinc nie akan boost up your GP punya immune system and keep it healthy always.
My sugar glider pun minum nie.
You just need to put 2 to 3 drops inside their bottle.
Even my cats minum Apple Vinegar Cider.
A few drops in their water will keep fleas away naturally, improve their digestive system, get rid of kidney stones dan lain lain.
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Welcome......
Selama akk bela GP memang akk letak Lysinc+Vit C.
Sekiranya you bagi kurang Vit C, Lysinc + Vit C ni will act as a supplement for your GP. It will provide all the nutrients that it needs sekiranya makanan yang you bagi tu kurang Vit C.
Satu lagi Lysinc nie akan boost up your GP punya immune system and keep it healthy always.
My sugar glider pun minum nie.
You just need to put 2 to 3 drops inside their bottle.
Even my cats minum Apple Vinegar Cider.
A few drops in their water will keep fleas away naturally, improve their digestive system, get rid of kidney stones dan lain lain.


owhh ok got it jgk..hehe thx a lot kak..nnt pjud cri lysinc +vit c ni k..thx a lot..latter t pjud up date lg ok...
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So agree with Apple cider vinegar!!!


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Welcome......
Selama akk bela GP memang akk letak Lysinc+Vit C.
Sekiranya you bagi kurang Vit C, Lysinc + Vit C ni will act as a supplement for your GP. It will provide all the nutrients that it needs sekiranya makanan yang you bagi tu kurang Vit C.
Satu lagi Lysinc nie akan boost up your GP punya immune system and keep it healthy always.
My sugar glider pun minum nie.
You just need to put 2 to 3 drops inside their bottle.
Even my cats minum Apple Vinegar Cider.
A few drops in their water will keep fleas away naturally, improve their digestive system, get rid of kidney stones dan lain lain.
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So agree with Apple cider vinegar!!!
Hi Eve,

Meant to send a PM to you but I accidentally deleted it
Yes, I do totally agree with Apple Vinegar Cider!
I have been mixing apple cider in their water for almost a month now and I have noticed that their poo poo is less smelly compared to before. Also some cats who had loose stool poop nicely now
Initially they did not want to drink the water but after a while they did.
Now they are used to it.

P/s sorry tuan tanah off topic jap.
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Hey it is ok... .. I'm happy to hear that your kittys doin' well with vinegar. I just ask only if u need to sell me one bottle coz there is no apple cider vinegar in the market here and I just send a message just to tell the benefits/how to use it. But I think you already knew . hehehe
I have to get it in mainland every month naik jetty 2 jam, naikk teksi dan bas hingga ke KL but it's worth all the trouble. hahahaha.
My kittys love it. They can't drink leaking faucet/pipes 'coz the taste is different.
My kitty and their pee also has no smell.
I think everyone should know how important it is to take care of our pets without too much fuss and easy for our pockets but costs a lot to our pets.
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Hi Eve,

Meant to send a PM to you but I accidentally deleted it
Yes, I do totally agree with Apple Vinegar Cider!
I have been mixing apple cider in their water for almost a month now and I have noticed that their poo poo is less smelly compared to before. Also some cats who had loose stool poop nicely now
Initially they did not want to drink the water but after a while they did.
Now they are used to it.

P/s sorry tuan tanah off topic jap.
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Hey it is ok... .. I'm happy to hear that your kittys doin' well with vinegar. I just ask only if u need to sell me one bottle coz there is no apple cider vinegar in the market here and I just send a message just to tell the benefits/how to use it. But I think you already knew . hehehe
I have to get it in mainland every month naik jetty 2 jam, naikk teksi dan bas hingga ke KL but it's worth all the trouble. hahahaha.
My kittys love it. They can't drink leaking faucet/pipes 'coz the taste is different.
My kitty and their pee also has no smell.
I think everyone should know how important it is to take care of our pets without too much fuss and easy for our pockets but costs a lot to our pets.
Yes, I knew the benefits but was scepticle in using it actually. Infact there are soo many wonders of using Apple Vinegar Cider not only on our pets but for us humans as well!

If you need help to purchase it, I can always help you to buy it since there is a pharmacy near to my house. But I am afraid that if it is sent by post / courier wouldn't the bottle be broken knowing how efficient our Post office is .

Yes, I do agree with you ever since using Apple Vinegar Cider, I noticed that their pee pee and poo poo is not as smelly as before. I am feeding my cats blackwood and the poo was not smelly however after using the vinegar it even smelled less.

Also, some of their fur became soft and shiny!
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so happy to know that... a lot of people are skeptical about using natural and holistic products...most of us are not sure how to use it.
I'm allergic when it comes to food and household products. My skin cannot tolerate dish washing soap, thanks to my daily regimen with Bragg's. I think I just grew up where my mom had a hard time to cope up with my siblings and I. Thank God though, we are not allergic with animals except my brother and sister. They can't take danders and pollen so no cats or flowers near them. I have seen how my sister fainted and turned blue after her friends disturbed a bee nest. My mom would constantly used the apple cider vinegar to all her body without rubbing and patting it with cotton while my dad's doing a cpr.

Sudah off topic... sorry anyway, I grew up using what we can find in the kitchen and surroundings. Our adopted stray pets are full of skin diseases and ticks. My mom would use apple cider vinegar during rinse. They won't also lick it because of the strong smell and taste.
The juice from fresh basil leaves are treated to their skin disease. It is more effective in ring worms.
I used it last time with my kitten suffered from a flea bite and she's allergic to it which cause hot spots, flakes and constant licking to her skin. I soak the dry basil leaves and together with the water where I soaked in the dry basil leaves and blended it with few drops of apple cider to make the juice, pat it with cotton on her infected area. The recovery is faster for 1st aid until the product I ordered online was delivered on our doorstep.

Anyone can see the link here for more info about apple cider vinegar:
http://www.earthclinic.com/Remedies/acvinegar.html

Personally,our basic daily use for our pets at home are baking soda, cod liver oil, evening primrose oil, olive oil,apple cider vinegar, basil, coriander, rosemary, parsley,celery, cinnamon and honey to our pets this include my parent's home: We have 9 dogs and 2 new pups, 2 boas, 7 rabbits and 3 GP also our fostered kitties at home .
Yes, our boas are in honey dip too and they love their green celery.

Links for your reference:
http://www.naturalark.com/herbpet.html
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http://www.healthyliving-herbs.co.za...herbs-for-pets

Kindly note: If you don't aware of it don't try all of them once.
Apple cider vinegar is good for basic starters. Not all herbs you can find on your kitchen counter is good. Some of them are very harmful. Nutmeg is highly toxic for dogs and cats.

P/S: Nurul, my friend delivered me a kek lapis last Hari Raya from Kuching and it was wrapped with bubble-wrap , inside the cake and outside the cake's box before she put it on the main box. She bought the bubble-wrap at the local bookstore. It was written on the top of box 'fragile' when it reached to me.
Please let me know if you can, thank you so much. I appreciate it a lot.

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Yes, I knew the benefits but was scepticle in using it actually. Infact there are soo many wonders of using Apple Vinegar Cider not only on our pets but for us humans as well!

If you need help to purchase it, I can always help you to buy it since there is a pharmacy near to my house. But I am afraid that if it is sent by post / courier wouldn't the bottle be broken knowing how efficient our Post office is .

Yes, I do agree with you ever since using Apple Vinegar Cider, I noticed that their pee pee and poo poo is not as smelly as before. I am feeding my cats blackwood and the poo was not smelly however after using the vinegar it even smelled less.

Also, some of their fur became soft and shiny!
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huhu...jrg2 la ade org nk bg free..
GP bkn mcm kucing berlambak2 kt jalan..
lgpon bnde free ni org x appreciate sgt..except for pet lovers!
nk bela something kne ade knowledge dlu b4 tu taw?
Bajet pon kne pk gak mampu or x?
kalo rsa nk beli keperluan diorg tu mcm 1 beban, baik xyah bela..
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saya pon macam kak nurul gak. dalam hati saya kata (ada aku kesah). yang penting kita tau apa yang kita buat dan hanya kita yang faham perasaan kita. sekarang ni dalam perancangan nak beli SG.
sg tu ape?singapore ke?
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SG tu Sugar Glider...
alaaa...bahasa melayu pnggil tupai terbang kot?
tp x pndai terbang pon..hehe... =p
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