Yes! Celery leaves and stalk is great vegetable f0r guinea pigs to consume a couple times a week but it should be in small amounts due to the low vitamin C content and high level of oxalates.
It is sad to see most supermarkets chop off and throw away the lovely tasty and nutritional leaves as these are a much loved part of the celery plant for guinea pigs.
Now, you can offer the stalk of the celery to your guineas. How? By conatcting a local market near where you live, a farm store, or perhaps a farmer’s market.
This provides you an higher chance of finding the whole veggies, stalks, leaves and all!
Can Guinea Pigs Eat Celery?
Again, Yes! This is because Guina pigs like the hairless guinea pig has a sharp teeth and shouldn’t face any issue with the stringy part of the celery so there is no point taking these away.
Simply mix a small amount of celery with lots of leafy vegetables for a good varied diet and avoid giving one guinea pig a whole celery stick. A sixth of a stalk is plenty.