Avocados are a very popular fruit that some people consider a vegetable even though it is actually a fruit.
It has a large pit on the instead that should be removed before eating it and also a hard skin that is removed as well before eating.
Avocados can be cooked in meals and even eaten raw by themselves.
So can guinea pigs eat avocado at all?
No, guinea pigs cannot eat avocado at all.
The reason they cannot is because as a fruit and its high fat content it slows down the intestine of a guinea pig giving it health issues.
If you guinea pig was to eat a small amount by accident they should be fine but larger amounts could cause significant harm to a guinea pig.
If a significant amount of avocados is consumed by your guinea pig then consult a veterinarian right away to medical advice.
In addition both avocado skin and seeds are unsafe and actually poisonous for guinea pigs to eat and therefore should be completely avoided as well.