GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: Emergency Medical Guide
...loss, excessive scratching -- Mange Mites, Fungal Infection, other Loss of balance -- Ear Infection, Injury, Poisoning, other Delivery problems --...
...watery mess indicates a very serious intestinal problem (bacterial infection, eating spoiled/moldy hay or vegetables). For diarrhea resulting from...
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Guinea Lynx :: What's Normal?
...Snotty noses and frequent sneezing can be a sign of a bacterial infection. Fungal infections often start on the face. Cheilitis is an inflammation of...
...Crusty eyes (a sign of a bacterial infection) Bulging eyes (infection, injury, or tooth root problem) Sunken eyes (may be a sign of dehydration)...
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Guinea Lynx :: URI
...Upper Respiratory Infections URIs are deadly bacterial infections that can result in death if untreated. Bacterial respiratory infections are a common...
...a safe antibiotic like Bactrim or Doxycycline to treat these bacterial infections. Baytril, another frequently prescribed medication, is usually not...
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Guinea Lynx :: Cheilitis
...are caused by a bacterial infection (typically Staphylococcus aureus) but there can be other causes like Candida (a yeast infection). A pox virus has...
...Also check the mouth for signs of fungal infection (thrush). TREATMENT FOR A BACTERIAL INFECTION Apply triple antibiotic ointment sparingly twice...
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Guinea Lynx :: Anorexia (not eating)
...just brought home that is not eating may have a respiratory or other bacterial infection. If no feces or urine are being passed and your guinea pig is...
...causes pet owners encounter for anorexia are illness (such as a bacterial respiratory infection), malocclusion, antibiotic intolerance, pain, and...
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Guinea Lynx :: What You Need To Know About Antibiotics
...it may be an indication that the pig is intolerant to it, or the infection is resistant to it, requiring a change in medication. If the pig remains on a...
...or infection where more than one bacteria may be present, requiring treatment with multiple antibiotics. With a respiratory bacterial infection, there...
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Guinea Lynx :: Antibiotics
...drug of choice for urinary tract infections (UTI's). Louise C. notes it is used for urinary tract, ear and lung infections and kills the following: P....
...one of the "big guns", frequently used to treat guinea pigs with bacterial infections. Read additional information on baytril's use/misuse and efficacy...
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Guinea Lynx :: Pododermatitis
...pododermatitis, also known as bumblefoot, is an extremely painful infection of the footpad. The footpad is swollen and may be crusted and/or bleeding. In...
..." Frequently, treatment is prolonged and complicated by secondary bacterial infection." They discuss several methods of treatment, such as bandages or a...
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Guinea Lynx :: Hair Loss
...a painful parasitic condition easily treated with ivermectin. Fungal infections are a close runner-up. Check over this list for the possible causes of...
...Bacterial infection Cryptococcosis or staphylococcal dermatitis lesions and associated hair loss, usually occurring on the trunk (Harkness and Wagner)...
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Guinea Lynx :: Diarrhea
...is to prescribe a deadly antibiotic such as amoxicillin to treat a bacterial infection in a guinea pig. Brown and Rosenthal describe antibiotic...
...oral antibiotics, which can "seriously alter the sensitive balance of bacterial flora in the cecum." As a result, bacteria like clostridia spp. and...
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