Small Animals - Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, and Hamsters
Do you live in an apartment and still want a pet?
Welcome to our Chandigarh and Mohali shop, where we cater to small animal lovers with an array of delightful companions like rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters. Our store is a haven for those seeking charming, furry additions to their families.
Discover the enchanting world of rabbits, known for their inquisitive nature and adorable twitching noses. Guinea pigs, with their gentle demeanor and sociable personalities, make wonderful companions for both children and adults alike. For those seeking playful and cuddly pets, our hamsters are a perfect choice, bringing joy and entertainment to any home.
At our shop, we prioritize the well-being of our animals, ensuring they are healthy, well-fed, and provided with a loving environment. We also offer a range of accessories, habitats, and nutritional supplies to ensure your new furry friend has everything they need for a happy life with you.
Come visit our store, where cute critters await to bring warmth and joy into your home!
Rabbits make great house pets. They may weigh from 1 kg to 3 kgs. They are cute, adorable and get along very well with children. They can stay indoors even in small apartments. Rabbit colors are steel gray, black, chocolate, brown gray and yellow.
Guinea Pigs are mall rodents from South America. They can weigh anywhere from 900 grams to 1.2 kg. They are easy to care. Like rabbits they can be placed in cages.
Hamsters sleep all through the day. They prefer to be alone except for procreation. Adult hamsters grow up to 6 inches in height. They are friendly and require less care. They really like exercise wheels and on can be kept in their cage. Their diet should include a combination of seeds, veggies, fruit sticks and hay.
Rabbit vs Guinea pig vs Hamster
If you want to decide on which small pet is best for your kids read on….Hamsters are the smallest of the three. Both Hamsters and Guinea Pigs belong to the rodent family while Rabbits are mammals.
Rabbits are active at dawn and dusk and sleep at all the remaining hours. Hamsters are active at night. Guinea pigs sleep most of the time. All the three animals require chewy stuff to eat and to keep their teeth in shape. Diet requirements of all the three cute ones should include raw food, vegetables, fruits and hay (fiber). Hamsters are omnivores; some amount of meat can also be given.
All the three require roomy space of a cage indoors. Rabbits are the bouncy and may hop off or borrow away if left outdoors. Guinea pigs may not tolerate cold weathers and hence never keep them outdoors for longer periods.
Brushing their coats everyday will keep them clean and healthy. Rabbits are more likely to get sick as compared to the other two pets. Regular visits to the vet are necessary for all the three.
Guinea pigs are the most social small pets. They enjoy your company and also company of other small pets like rabbits.