GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: Housing
...LOCATION: Choose a bright draft-free room with a stable temperature range between 65 and 75 degrees F (18 to 24 degrees C), out of direct sunlight,...
...Do not house your guinea pigs outside: Temperature fluctuations can be very hard on your guinea pigs. Predators sometimes break into cages. A guinea pig...
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Guinea Lynx :: Ivermectin Oral Treatment
...the label, don't smoke or eat when handling product and keep it at room temperature in a dark place. Dilutions using propylene glycol can be used at a...
...Remember: Solutions using propylene glycol can be stored at room temperature in a dark place and used at a later date (check expiration date on product)....
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Guinea Lynx :: Physiologic Norms
...Temperature C 37.2 - 39.5 37.2 - 39.5 37.2 - 39.5 Temperature F 99.0 - 103.1 99.0 - 103.1 - Heart Rate (BPM) 230 - 380 240 - 310 230 - 380...
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Guinea Lynx :: Hand Feeding
...10 to 40 ml water per 100 grams of body weight ( will vary with temperature, humidity, etc.) Weigh your pig to estimate dietary needs. A 1 kilo pig (2.2...
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Guinea Lynx :: Anorexia (not eating)
...Wide temperature swings Poisoning Water deprivation Loss of a cage mate An aggressive cage mate preventing another's eating Mechanical problems...
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Guinea Lynx :: Fungus
...and Wagner recommend cultivating aerobically for at least 10 days at room temperature onto an agar culture medium suitable for growth. Scrapings from the...
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Guinea Lynx :: Scurvy -- Vitamin C Deficiency
...Ascorbic acid content is affected by temperature, humidity, exposure to light and method of storage. In six weeks as much as half of the vitamin C...
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Guinea Lynx :: Post Operative Care
...Temperature. Keep your guinea pig warm. The room should be comfortable. Use a wrapped water bottle or light (for its radiant warmth) at one end of a cage. Any...
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