Price: $11.99
    Need to separate your guinea pigs? This is the flexible solution. If it's okay for the guinea pigs to have a common grid wall, then you might not need the Coroplast. You can take it out or add it back in as desired. If they chew at the bars incessantly, put the Coroplast divider in. If they are happy without, then great!
    Item #: DIVDR
    Availability: In Stock

    A Flexible Cage Divider

    I coined the term "Wall of Silence" for separating guinea pigs in a divided cage. I used this often in my rescue. I always had my "Wall of Silence" standing nearby for either emergency or semi-permanent use.

    It is sometimes not enough to just use a couple of extra grids to separate guinea pigs. You may need to separate males from females. If so, the males will bite on the bars pretty incessantly in their desire to get to the females.

    The Wall of Silence blocks their visual stimulation as well as some of the female's scent. We don't make the wall too high to allow for air flow. It's best if you don't have to use the Coroplast, but sometimes, you do!

    You can remove the Coroplast as needed and just use the grids. lt depends on your situation.

    In addition, you do not need to hook into the connectors if you need to place the divider mid-grid. You just get more creative with cable ties.

    DO NOT USE this cage divider in less than a JUMBO cage on a PERMANENT basis. The absolute minimum cage size for one or more guinea pigs is a 2x3 grid-sized cage. PLEASE provide your piggies the room they need!

    Teresa a.k.a. Cavy Spirit, Guinea Pig Rescue

    "Wall of Silence" Cage Divider Includes

    • (3) 14" Grids in black or white (safe grids with 1 3/8" openings). These will overlap.
    • 4mm 10" x 27" Coroplast Piece in your choice of 15 colors!
      This is cut to fit snugly across a 2-grid-wide cage.
    • Cable ties that match the grid color for securing the new grids to the cage sides.
    • Edging for the sides

    Select your Options!

    Coroplast Color:
    • Cream
    • Yellow
    • Orange
    • Red
    • Pink
    • Lime
    • Light Blue
    • Green
    • Brown
    • Purple
    • Royal Blue
    • Navy
    • Black
    • Silver/Gray
    • Translucent
    • White

    Grid Color:
    • White
    • Black


    Customer Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

    Separating Pigs

    The product does its job well. But it is very expensive for such little material. Not very cost effective, unlike the cages themselves.

    Thompson, Manitoba, Canada

    So many uses!!

    1) Separating sows and boars.

    2) Separating baby boars from nursing mums once they reach the age of fertility.

    3) Separating boars from boars.

    4) Separating new piggies from current piggies as a transitional means to get them to living together.

    This is great for working with litters. This is great for allowing adult piggies to "visit" without physical contact. I find that my boars like to sniff at each other and hang out by the shared dividing grids... yet two of them can not/will not actually live together. So I have 2 boars in one cage, then 2 boars in another cage (both cages are actually 2 XLs together)... with a Wall of Silence (coroplast removed) in between. I am trying to see if I can slowly integrate them to live together but in the meanwhile, they get to visit! ;)

    Also used for all of the above mentioned situations too! ;)

    This is SUCH a brilliant idea, again, only thought of by the store owners at Cavy Cages!! :D

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