|Guinea Pig Ring (15 Sites, 588 Hits) 04/15/1999 okieshadow
Do you love guinea pigs as much as we do? Have a site dedicated to the fuzzy little guys? YAY! Join our ring! Our sites are rated "G".
|Cavies Cavies & More Cavies (22 Sites, 76 Hits) 08/01/1998 silverpossum
Cavy breeders, lovers of this tiny furry animal. Children who have pet guinea pigs. Anyone with the love of guinea pigs or small furry critters & pages must be safe for children.
|Guinea Pig Breeders & Fanciers WebRing (45 Sites, 590 Hits) 09/17/2000 system2
As a cavy breeder, I enjoy visiting the websites of other breeders and viewing their beautiful animals. But finding breeder sites is sometimes like a treasure hunt!
This WebRing is intended to be a centralized place to find Cavy Breeders and Fanciers. Learn where to buy cavies (Guinea Pigs), and how to breed, raise and show them. Or just look at all the pretty pictures!
|The Ring of Wheeks (15 Sites, 45 Hits) 04/03/1999 silverpossum
The Ring of Wheeks links many sites together that have one thing in common: GUINEA PIGS! Find pages about cavies, people who breed cavies, caviaries, people who love cavies, cavy health.
|Guinea Pigs (7 Sites, 75 Hits) 04/27/2001 opossumsal1
This ring links together websites providing information about guinea pigs as pets. They provide information on breeding and genetics, nutritional needs, health issues, and many other topics. This is an interesting webring to surf because of the wonderful photographs of the different breeds available today. People wanting to get started in this field and those just thinking about getting a pet will enjoy surfing this webring and may find a source for the next guinea pig they purchase.
|Longhair and curly cavies (8 Sites, 8 Hits) 08/07/2002 cmtigger
The ring are for breeders of longhairs and curly longhairs world wide. Also for breeders of satin longhair.
|Guinea Pigs Around the World (3 Sites, 7 Hits) 04/08/2002 opossumsal1
This webring is a circle of websites by members that love and care for guinea pigs. The Guinea pigs kept as pets are actually a blend of several species and does not exist in the wild. Guinea pigs are native to the Andes in South America. They were originally introduced as pets in the 16th century. These websites provide information on nutritional needs, housing, breeding, and showing these animals. They occasionally offer young animals for sale as pets, breeders, or show animals. Families considering a small pet may find just what they want by surfing this webring.