GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: What The Vet Will Do
...likely dehydrated and a subcue can contribute significantly to recovery. Ask if your pet is dehydrated. Often one can determine if a guinea pig is dehydrated...
...animal may be dehydrated. You will probably find it difficult to manually syringe the amount of fluid a sick pig needs to prevent dehydration (50 to 60...
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Guinea Lynx :: What's Normal?
...Sunken eyes (may be a sign of dehydration) Cloudy eyes (treat eye injuries promptly to prevent eye loss) NOTE: Some guinea pigs develop a condition called...
...Smaller droppings and/or teardrop shaped droppings: may indicate dehydration and/or eating less food. Pitted soft droppings may be caused by an...
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Guinea Lynx :: Emergency Medical Guide
...vitamin. Scurvy is characterized by difficulty walking, diarrhea, dehydration, weight loss, listlessness, and/or discharge from eyes and nose. Because...
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Guinea Lynx :: Hand Feeding
...C supplement are essential to keep your guinea pig alive, to prevent dehydration, and to stimulate the digestive process. Quantity - How much does your...
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Guinea Lynx :: Eyes
...Dehydration/Illness Cataracts Diabetes Upper Respiratory Infection (URI) Crusty eyes can be a sign of an upper respiratory tract infection. A guinea pig...
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Guinea Lynx :: Mange Mites
...Death can occur due to severe dehydration from the increasingly larger sores and from failure to eat, because of their extreme pain and discomfort. In a...
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Guinea Lynx :: Cardiovascular Agents
...the kidneys and is classed as a diuretic. Do not use if the animal is dehydrated or if water is being restricted. Weakness or lethargy could be an...
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Guinea Lynx :: Diarrhea
...Diarrhea treatment suggestions below. Syringe fluids, as diarrhea is very dehydrating. A vet can give subcutaneous fluids. Simethicone can help with mild...
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