How to Make Guinea Pig Food From Veggie Juice Pulp

by Stacey Farooqui

Supplies

  • 1 Guinea Pig
  • 1 Juicer
  • 1 Bunch Carrots
  • 2 Bunches Kale
  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 Bunch Dandelion Leaf
  • 1 Food storage container
  • 1 Glass or cup
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Wash the kale and insert some into juicer. Piggies can have all the kale they want.

    Step 2

    Wash the carrots and stick one in with the kale. Since kale is so leafy the carrot will help it get juiced. Piggies can have all the carrots the want.

    Step 3

    Add in some dandelion leaves but make sure to put in a carrot to help it juice. Dandelion leaves are a piggie treat so use less than the amount of kale or carrots.

    Step 4

    Slice and core one apple. Use the slices to help some more kale get juiced. The is also a treat for piggies and the sugar amount means you need to limit the amount given.

    Step 5

    Cut cucumber in half and put it in the juicer. This can also be used to help the leafy contents juice easier. Use only one cucumber since it has a lot of water.

    Step 6

    Put the pulp from the juicer into a food container. Most of it will get stored for usage over the next days.

    Step 7

    Put some of the pulp in your piggie's food bowl.

    Step 8

    Drink your juice.

    Step 9

    Watch your piggie go to town on their food! (guinea pig: Baby)

    Step 10

    Optional: Romaine lettuce, turnip greens, guava, mango.