I don't know if she's mad because of the pregnancy or something, but i was really sad to see her hurting my others, even when they were doing just fine with her behind her fence.
is there a way to resolve this? I don't wanna have her on the fence cage for a lot more, because is really small and she's alone, but i don't want to let her out when she's hurting my other babies badly. :/
This is the cute aggressor.
- And got the T-shirt
But if it doesn't go well, you may want to wait until after the pups are born and away from the mom to try again. Most guinea pigs sows make great aunties and will help raise the pups, but if she's not getting along with the other sows, there could be some conflict.
Has this sow had a litter of pups before, or is this her first?
And be aware that you need to separate any male pups at 21 days of age to keep them from getting the mom pregnant again.