This week, we had announcements about our new color additions forSTAYbowl™ tip-proof bowls appear in the printed version ofPet Businessmagazine, and in the online version ofPet Product News International.
YouTube "vlogger" ZooBoosShedZoo puts ourSTAYbowl™ to the test with her EIGHT guinea pigs (!) in this latest review. She finds the bowl not only keeps the piggies from dumping the kibble, it also works really well for water. Check out the full review here:
After a couple of weeks of putting ourSTAYbowl™ to the test with her herd of bowl-tipping guinea pigs, Michelle, from "The Guinea Pig Blog," recently published a very favorable review on her UK blog. Not only did the newSTAYbowl™ eliminate wasted kibble, it also helped her keep a better eye on how much the piggies were eating. We really love getting this kind of thumbs-up feedback from guinea pig owners!
To read the full review, please click on this link:
Guineapig Wheekly UK just this week posted a really great blog post about how it is so easy to overfeed your guinea pig, but that moderation is the key to good health. She also gives a thumbs-up to STAYbowl™ for its non-tipping feature, and its ability to help with portion control, which leads to happy, healthy pets.
Just this week, we upgraded our two guinea pigs, Ginger and Cocoa, to a deluxe C&C cage with a loft. While the old Marchioro cage was pretty big, the new cage gives them a lot more room to run around and explore.
We typically like to do these kinds of projects ourselves. But with our daughter’s 13thbirthday looming, time running out, and a new piggy cage at the top of her wishlist, we decided to take the easy route. We ordered a pre-cut 4x2 C&C grid cage kit with a 1x2 grid loft from Piggy BedSpreads (www.piggybedspreads.com). They are one of our retailers for STAYbowl™ tip-proof bowls.
For some people, a guinea pig is a cute, impulse buy at the pet store. But it shouldn't be that way. These little, furry friends live for quite a long time -- typically five to eight years, and sometimes more! Over time, the cost can really add up. But then, so does the love. :-)
And as with any pet, a guinea pig is a lifelong commitment. Click on the link below for a really good overview of what you can expect to spend on a guinea pig -- about $200 to start. Even a free pet can end up costing a lot in the long run.
This HubPages blog titled "How Must Do Guinea Pigs Cost?" by Michelle is a must-read for anyone considering a guinea pig. Clickhere to read.
We have gotten a really positive response so far from customers on our new Wheeky® Treat Ball! We just started selling this new toy in our online shop (www.wheekypets.com). It is a bright yellow ball with an adjustable opening that drops treats out when pets roll it around. It is a great boredom buster for guinea pigs, rabbits, hedgehogs and all small pets.
"The STAYbowl is one of the most innovative bowls on the market in Australia. Not only is it a safer, more cost effective alternative to traditional ceramic bowls it will also ensure your guinea pig is healthier and more comfortable the next time they enjoy their meal!"