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Can you tell me about her habitat set up?
Do you have any bars in the enclosure?
Type of bedding?
Thank-you. Bunny hopping can be a sign of low Vit C in the diet even with it in the food, it is still not enough twice a week. It could be poor absorption of the Vitamin C. A Vit A deficiency can cause soreness in the joints which makes them inflamed. Another possible cause is calcium deficiency or lack of Vit D3 for the absorption of calcium can cause joint problems.
Unfortunately, there is no at home solution without some blood work and a hands on exam to know exactly what is going on. She will need to see a Guinea Pig Savy Vet for a check up. You can find some in this list by State:
I wish I could give you an at home cure, but seeing the Vet is my recommendation. My goal is to give you honest and accurate information, excellent service and to earn a 5 star rating for my service. If you have any concerns about this information, please hit reply.
I wanted to check in on your Guinea Pig today and to see if you had Lucy into the Vet and if the information supplied was helpful. Please let me know how she is doing.