During the spring & summer the guinea pigs at Oak Brook are housed in the garden, under the shade of a Whitebeam tree. They have clean comfortable
cages and access to large movable runs when the grass is dry.
During the winter the guinea pigs are moved into a purpose built lodge.The lodge has light
and heating to keep them warm during the colder months. Although the accomodation is slightly smaller, the guinea’s can be housed alone, in pairs or in small groups comfortably. The
guinea's are let out daily for play, weather permiting.
Oak Brook guinea pigs are loved and cared for and they have plenty of social time
with their human friends.