Gherkins are the name given to a savor picked cucumbers.
They are particularly found in the United Kingdom and Australia and are usually pickled when 4cm – 8cm in length.
They are then put into jars or cans with vinegar and are often flavored with herbs or brine.
Can guinea pigs eat gherkins?
So can guinea pigs eat Gherkins and if they can much can they eat?
Unfortunately, guinea pigs can’t eat gherkins at all.
When it comes to pickled foods, guinea pigs cannot take their acidity. They are far too dangerous for their little stomachs and will hurt them if they eat them.
So they are a food to steer clear of as far as guinea pigs are concerned.
For more foods that guinea pigs can and can’t eat, check out our guinea pig food list