GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: Emergency Medical Guide
...Swollen abdomen -- BLOAT, other Dull and/or receding eyes -- URI, other Lethargy, hunched posture -- URI, other Drooling -- Malocclusion, other...
...No feces -- Anorexia (not eating), Bloat, other Unable to urinate -- Bladder Stones, other Blood in urine -- UTI, Bladder Stones, Pyometra, other...
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Guinea Lynx :: Hand Feeding
...keep moving through their system, it will ferment causing gas and lead to bloat. Pigs are basically designed to keep grazing all day long. Proportionate...
...when hand feeding. I have noticed in a few cases of baby food feedings, that bloat has occurred, usually when it appeared the pig was out-of-the-woods. I...
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Guinea Lynx :: Common Mistakes
...problems with the genitourinary tract may affect the G.I. system, causing bloat, diarrhea, or other conditions that need immediate treatment. Not...
...vegetables lack the fiber of critical care or pellet mash. The result may be bloat. 4. Not weighing the pig. Without a scale you won't notice weight...
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Guinea Lynx :: Anorexia (not eating)
...If the vet determines there is no bloat or blockage of the intestinal tract, hand feeding can keep your guinea pig alive. Be sure to read the hand feeding tips...
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Guinea Lynx :: Digestion and Motility Drugs
...can relieve mild gas pressure. You must see a vet for severe gas or bloat but it can relieve moderate discomfort. H-2 Blockers or GI acid...
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Guinea Lynx :: Hay
...to nutritional disorders like ketosis, anemia, aphosphorosis, azoturia, bloat, colic, iodine deficiency, rickets, and much more. Remember: The only way...
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