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The Best Guinea Pig Cages - Cheap, Used and Large

By Edited Feb 26, 2016 0 2

Since most small pets all fit into similar or the same enclosures, there are plenty of guinea pig cages for sale to choose from. Getting a nice home for the little critter is always a good idea, especially if you can get them cheap. In this article you'll learn about the different kinds of guinea pig cages for sale, from cheap enclosures, to large ones, and even those that are used. After seeing the information, suggestions and resources laid out here, you should have no trouble finding the best home for your pet. If you are new to this, I think you will really benefit from the resources provided on buying guinea pig cages for sale.
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Large Guinea Pig Cages for Sale


You can find small enclosures all over the place in pet stores, but large ones can sometimes be hard to find. There might be a couple here and there in stores like SuperPetz or Petsmart, but the biggest selection is definitely online. Large guinea pig cages give your pet plenty of space to roam around and have a comfortable environment to live in. If you're looking for a large enclosure, consider any one of these popular models:
  • Marchioro USA Extra Large Enclosure 32" x 20" x 17"
  • Super Pet Habitat with Extra Large Base 18" x 30" x 29"
  • BlueStoneCommerce Custom Deluxe 3-Level Large Top 14" x 42" x 42"
  • Pointer Hill Pet Large PVC Enclosure 18" x 30" x 18"
  • Ware Manufacturing Premium Large Hutch 46.5" x 24" x 34.5"

Cheap Guinea Pig Cages for Sale


Saving some money is never a bad idea, no matter what you're buying. Check online for the best deals on cheap guinea pig cages for sale, especially if you can find them with free shipping. There are a ton of different sites to shop and compare between. To help get you started, check out the websites listed below:

Amazon.com - This mega-store started out selling books and music, but nowadays they are known for having cheap prices on a whole plethora of products. Just by doing a simple search on their site for guinea pig cages yields over 200 results.

CheapPetProducts.net - If you need cheap pet supplies, this is one site that should definitely be on your list of places to look. You would be amazed at the deals they have on all kinds of stuff, including cheap guinea pig cages for sale.

PETCO.com - This site is hit-or-miss. Sometimes their prices are a bit outrageous, but then for other products they have some of the lowest costs on the web. You need to shop for guinea pig cages with caution here, and make sure you check on another site to compare prices before making your purchase, just in case it's one of their random super-expensive items.

Used Guinea Pig Cages for Sale


Buying a used enclosure is a pretty smart decision in most cases, just so long as what you get is still in good condition. Looking in newspapers for used guinea pig cages for sale is a viable option, however, why not check newspapers from around the country? You can do this on a few sites, and there's also another popular option to consider:

Craigslist.org - As one of the most popular websites in the world, craigslist is a great place to look for used products. It's like a newspaper, but it has a lot more listings from your surrounding area as well as other states.

eBay.com - eBay is another site to check out for used guinea pig cages for sale. In most cases, you're going to be getting a really good deal. As long as you buy from a reputable seller, your satisfaction is pretty much guaranteed.

Yakaz.com - This site is getting a lot of attention lately thanks to the popularity of craigslist. Yakaz is another online classifieds website but it's mostly for online stores, and not so much private sellers. At the time of writing this they have over 6.5 million ads from almost 15,000 advertisers. You can surely find a good selection of used guinea pig cages for sale here.

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Comments

Nov 23, 2010 10:36am
jkrause
Please remove the picture that you have inserted here. It appears as though you are encouraging people to buy a cage that small. Forcing your pet to live in something so constrictive is nothing short of animal cruelty.
Nov 23, 2010 4:48pm
Travis_Aitch
You make a great point I can't argue with that. I actually didn't even notice the size of it until you pointed it out, I just thought the picture fit well with the topic :-/

You're right though, nothing should have to live in something that small. Maybe it's a carrier? I don't know, I'm changing it either way. Thanks for pointing it out.
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