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Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 month ago

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Guinea Pig
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Estimated birth date: Unknown Adult

Personality: Friendly toward other animals, Lazy, Nervous, He will let you pick him up but it still startles him, Jedrick has not met a friend he didn’t like (except Mallon, it took them a long time to heal and become friends again) Jedrick wheeks when he sees you and loves to get a snack, he likes to hold his snacks himself and will tug the treat away from you

Favorite treats: Basil! He really likes any fresh vegetable, lettuce, and fruit, it very interested in treats, and will nibble on the vitamin c

Current Diet: Oxbow Essentials Adult Guinea Pig Food, Fruit, Veggies, Leafy Greens, Alfalfa Hay, Western Timothy Hay

Favorite toys and activities: He likes to eat, and sleep, Jedrick loves lounging, and he is always interested in meeting the other pets and species in the house

Potty trained: No

This animal’s daily routine: Every morning the boys wake up, get fresh veggies and often floor time, 4-6 they get another snack of fresh veggies and floor time outside the cage, they like to explore a bit but enjoy lounging around

BFF (Does this animal have or need a friend of the same species in their home?): Jedrick & Mallon are bonded and must be adopted together.

Other species this pet has been exposed to and reaction: Jedrick has seen cats and dogs and a chinchilla and he can see bunnies, Jedrick is curious or ignores other friends.

Has this animal been exposed to children? What was their reaction? No

Health concerns: Jedrick is completely healed up from the wound that he came in with and is a healthy little piggie.

Behavioral concerns: We are always working on building trust with the boys and getting them comfortable with being picked up and held Learn more about our trust training methods at

Other notes: Jedrick is a little ham and loves to talk to you. When he sees you, he will flop down next to you on the couch and watch TV.

These boys are still a bit shy but very cute, funny, and sweet. Jedrick is grateful to be living the good life and getting spoiled after a rough start

Jedrick came from a large guinea pig surrendered to Saint Paul Animal Control and then transferred to MNPPR for medical treatment.

Due to our rescue being foster-based, not all foster homes are located in Saint Paul, MN. This animal's foster parent prefers to meet at the Petsmart - 11200 Fountains Dr, Maple Grove, MN 55369 for meet & greets, & adoptions.

Mallon & Jedrick have a combined adoption fee of $40

We absolutely DO NOT SHIP ANIMALS! Please do not ask.

MN Pocket Pet Rescue

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PO Box 6852, St. Paul, MN 55106

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We are a foster based rescue and do not have a shelter location. To meet an animal we must have your approved application on file.

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MN Pocket Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) organization primarily serving the Twin Cities Metro Area, focusing on education and public outreach. Our intent is to keep all animals in their homes, with their families, whenever possible. We are committed to rescuing those pocket pets that are in jeopardy of being euthanized or are in danger of being abused, left unattended or in other types of vulnerable situations. We ensure all animals receive proper veterinary care, medication and special training for any behavioral issues, as well as to arrange safe, temporary homes for these animals until stable forever homes can be found. Our team is made up of enthusiastic volunteers who work passionately to serve the underrepresented and often misunderstood niche of pocket pets in the overall rescue community and general public.