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Guinea Pig Beds, Hammocks and Nesters

Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, guinea pig beds, hammocks and nesters are designed to enhance your pet's comfort. They are the perfect match for your treasured guinea pig.

Different types available

Wooden guinea pig beds, hammocks and nesters are typically designed to fit into the corner of the your small pet's cage . Made from natural wood, most styles have a flat top and a cut out hole shaped main entrance.

Guinea pig beds that have a cylindrical shape are commonly known as snuggle pet tunnels. The compact, slightly padded, tunnel shaped hideaway is made from quality synthetic materials and features a faux fur exterior and a soft texture interior. For extra comfort, the tunnel is reversible.

A snuggle pouch is a fleece pocket sized pet sleeping bag . The double-sided reversible fleece pouch is available in a choice of fourteen designs and three sizes to perfectly suit your pet. It can be used as a plush bed inside the guinea pig's cage, or for keeping your pet cosy when you carry them around.

Other guinea pig beds, hammocks and nesters that are made from warm and cosy fleece include the snuggle cuddle cup. This is shaped like a mini-sized dog bed, with low side for easy entry.

A luxury fur lined pet hammock , with pouch, gives your pet ultimate sleep comfort. The fabric pouch features straps and clips for easy attachment. It can be hung vertically or horizontally, so that the guinea pig can snuggle up under the covers or lie on top of the hammock.

Choosing the right bed, hammock or nester

When choosing a hideaway for your guinea pig it's important to consider the size and shape of the cage. Wooden guinea pig beds, hammocks and nesters neatly fit into the corner of the cage to give your pet somewhere to hide and relax. The natural wood is safe to chew.

Guinea pig beds, hammocks and nesters made from reversible fleece can be placed anywhere inside the cage. A snuggle pouch can also be used for carrying your pet.

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