Yes! My pigs love it! Parsley has high levels of vitamin C, which is SO important for guinea pig health. However, it also has high levels of calcium, so be careful if your pig is prone to bladder stones. My vet recommended that I feed my skinny pigs one cup of vitamin C rich veggies per day. The veggies I regularly feed the pigs are: kale, parsley, romaine lettuce, spinach, dandelion leaves (in the summer, make sure they are pesticide free!), carrots, green/yellow/red peppers, and cherry tomatoes. They very occasionally get a piece of fruit like a blueberry or a seedless grape. To prevent bladder stones, I only feed calcium rich veggies like parsley, spinach, and kale sparingly. For example, I give each pig one or two sprigs of parsley, a few times a week (wheek!), as recommended by my vet. Depending on the specific dietary needs of your pig, parsley can be a great treat!
Pickles! Chew with your mouth closed!
Peanut enjoying treat time.