Hi, my name is Black Oak!
I have been waiting
11 DAYS for a home

Learn more about Black Oak

Say hi to Black Oak, a young and charming Sheba Mini Yak male guinea pig with a personality as unique as his name. This little guy is full of curiosity and is always ready to explore his surroundings. With his luxurious, long fur and captivating eyes, Black Oak is sure to steal your heart. Black Oak is currently looking for a forever home where he can continue to grow and thrive. He's an undesexed male, eager to find a family that will provide him with the love and care he deserves. While he may be young, he has a lot of potential to become a wonderful companion. Black Oak is seeking to share his life with an older male guinea pig friend to take him under his wing. If you're ready to welcome this adorable guinea pig into your home & you think you have a suitable companion piggy for him, Black Oak is waiting to meet you. Adoption Requirements: A spacious INDOOR cage (minimum 1.2m in length) with plenty of hiding spots. Fresh vegetables, hay, and guinea pig pellets Regular grooming to keep Black Oak's beautiful fur in top condition Lots of love and attention


Adoption Fee

My Fast Facts

Animal ID:



Sheba Mini Yak


9 Weeks






0.38 kg




Gold Coast Rehoming Centre

Shelter Road Coombabah QLD 4216


07 5509 9000


Tues to Fri 10am-5pm/ Sat & Sun 10am-4pm

My Health Check

  • My health has been checked
  • My worming is up to date

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