When it comes to drinking liquids there tends to be one thing that guinea pigs can drink and that’s water but there are certain drinks that they can dabble in if you are careful.
The thing with liquids is that there can’t be any sugars, additives or preservatives added to it like those that humans often drink. It must be naturally pure, if it does contain a hint of additives or preservatives then it’s out.
Can guinea pigs drink cranberry juice?
So when it comes to juices, can Guinea pigs drink cranberry juice?
Cranberries are great for Guinea pigs to eat and are known to be quite medicinal for them. Many guinea pigs have given guinea pigs cranberry juice to help them.
So if you do want to feed your guinea pigs cranberry juice then it needs to be 100% cranberry juice without any additives.
It also needs to be diluted, about a quarter cranberry juice, if not less, and three-quarters water.
Don’t feed it to them too often, once a week should suffice which is about as often as they should eat cranberries.
The rest of the time they should drink water.
We know that guinea pigs drink a lot of water but what about other drinks like apple juice?
Can guinea pigs drink apple juice?
The thing with Apple juice is that it is either very concentrated or has been sweetened.
They just can’t handle the extra preservatives, sweeteners, and additives that are added to these drinks.
So if you are thinking about it then it would need to be fresh without any artificial colorings, sweeteners, additives, or sugars and very watered down with that.
It would take a lot of effort to get some that are just right for guinea pigs to drink without getting poorly tummies.
This is why in the long run, it is best to stick to water when looking what to give guinea pigs to drink.
For more things that guinea pigs can and can’t drink, check out our guinea pig food list