Here is everything you need to know about guinea pigs and cherries.
Cherries are among the most popular fruits, widely available in grocery stores and various flavors. They're also very affordable, making them an appealing option to snack on!
Since guinea pigs are herbivores, they have the enzymes that help break down veggies & fruits, cherries included. Their diet consists primarily of pelleted food, high-quality hay, fruits & vegetables.
Guinea pigs are allowed to eat cherries if you are looking to share this delicious, summer treat with them.
Be sure to serve them in small portions as a snack. Cherry products should not be a part of its diet, as we will now discuss.
They contain Vitamin C, which guinea pigs cannot produce naturally. They can obtain it by eating foods.
Cherries also contains other beneficial components such as Vitamin K, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Vitamin B6, and more.
Guinea pigs are fond of cherries & can become habituated. You should give them it in moderation so they don't develop bad habits or health problems.
You can feed them one every time you eat fruit. Furthermore, don't give cherries when they are eating other snacks. There are numerous health benefits that cherries provide your guinea pig...
even though it's not a treat you should regularly give your little guinea pig. But it should be in a limit.
Some benefits of eating cherries are:
1. Cherry increases metabolism 2. It's a high source of antioxidents. 3. It provide a sufficient amount of Vitamin C.
4. Cherry helps to improve digestive system.
5. It also contains high source of water.
Guinea pigs also like to have other fruits such as
apple, strawberries, orange, etc. You may feed them.