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Why Is My Guinea Pig Not Eating?
 

Like rabbits, guinea pigs also suffer from malocclusions of their teeth. Be sure to provide good hard pellets and also chew toys for them to chew on and work their teeth down. Overgrown teeth will cause drooling and pain. Sometimes, you may detect a foul smell from their mouths. Sneezing can also occur. If your pet seems unwell and appears lethargic, take them to the vet immediately.