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Why is my male guinea pig humping my other male guinea pig?!?

Ive had this little black guinea pig for about 3 weeks now, and i thought he looked kinda lonely so i jus bought a little orange guinea pig today. hes a little smaller. they are definitely both males! i read a little bit online and it says its normal and not to worry..but my black guinea pig is humping him and purrying and all that while the orange one jus lays there, or even run away, and he squeels a little but. it sounds like hes kinda annoying. im jus a little worried because i hope he doesnt hurt him or anything :/ please help me...i dont know what to do.

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Sometimes it's like dogs. It's about dominance and showing he's boss.

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Please post this some other place.

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You can put a piece of clear plexiglass to divide the cage in two. They can still see each other but with no shinanagans

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