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My 2 baby guinea pigs LOVE this. I saw the product used on several of the guinea rescue videos. I bought it because LA Guinea Pig Rescue uses it. They love it and their coats are musc softer and feel more healthy. Search for daily dose. My pigs are 3-4 months and their recommended daily dose is 25 mg (1/2 mL). They take it from a 1 ml syringe (not provided). They love it so much they try to pull the syringe from my hand.
This was exactly what I’ve been needing for my five guinea pigs. I’ve had them for about 4 months. I had been trying to find the right vitamin c supplement for them and everything I tried was not working out. (Don’t get the drops you add in their drinking water. That is the WORST option.) I have the oxbow chews, which are great, but only a couple of my pigs will eat them. I was giving tons of fresh veggies, but pigs have different tastes and some were not eating the veg that was vitamin c dense. While I was trying to find the correct vitamin c supplement, one of my pigs had to go to the vet for scurvy. And another was showing signs of developing it as well. With this liquid supplement, I am able to make sure that all the pigs have what they need everyday. After a week on this supplement they are all totally different pigs. Happy and more active. Here’s how I dose it: On the label, 1/4 tsp (or 1.25 mls) is 63 mg of vitamin c. Various websites will specify that they need anywhere from 15-30 mgs of vitamin c supplement a day. I have a ONE ML syringe. The one ml syringe has marks at .1, .2, .3, etc, until it reaches one ml. I give each pig .3 of a ml everyday. This has been the perfect amount. Info from my vet: Remember that vitamin c degrades QUICKLY. Once purchased, you have about three months before it is totally useless. I was hoping that the pellets I buy (which are fortified with vitamin c) were giving them proper supplement, but by the time those pellets are purchased in the store the vitamin c is practically nonexistent. So anyway, this liquid option is by far the best i have found, my pigs take it really well (a few try to take the syringe from me!) and they feel much better. BUY IT!
The best way I sneak this vitamin c is in juice or milk.It has a pleasent taste.My 2 year old never notices anything off with her drinks.Just what I needed to boost her inmune system.I been giving her for months.
My guinea pigs absolutely love this. One of them didn't like it at first but will take it as long as I'm holding him. I give them half of an ml each as well as their every day veggies.it also gets them used to taking medication via syringe in emergencies. I will always buy this for them. I have three and one bottles lasts about 2.5 months so it’s great for the cost.
Flavor is good and it's kept my son from getting bad colds. Been using it for a year as well as other child life essentials. He had runny noses and colds alot and after using this for awhile he got them less frequent and very minimal during cold season
I got this for my Guinea pigs because they need vitamin C they can’t Perdues it themselves. But this stuff i got to bottles and I gave it to my kids it’s supposed to help their immune system the taste is like vitamin tasting and orange my kids love it
Everytime I have ordered I’ve had to throw away at least one bottle due to it arriving broken or shattered. Such a bummer because it’s pretty expensive. But I can say I personally took this my entire pregnancy and upped the dosage every so often when others around me were getting sick and I stayed healthy as ever.