GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: Hand Feeding
...to get food moving through the system. Some conditions like torsion or blockage MUST be treated before feeding. (See Anorexia) Remember: Food is life....
...have difficulty moving the suddenly bulkier matter through. Clogs and blockages occur leading to bloat. "Through many years of hand feeding with a...
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Guinea Lynx :: Common Mistakes
...of a stone as an urgent situation. Many guinea pigs have died from urinary blockage. 2. Dismissing squeaking while pooping or attributing this as...
...who have had a stone removed. Swelling after surgery can cause urinary blockage. Some problems with the genitourinary tract may affect the G.I. system,...
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Guinea Lynx :: Emergency Medical Guide
...hollow), see a vet immediately. Your guinea pig may have an intestinal blockage (torsion) and/or a dangerous build-up of gas. This condition can be fatal...
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Guinea Lynx :: Medical Reference
...Bladder Stones can cause urinary tract blockages. Boars are especially vulnerable due to their narrower ureters. Read MORE. Become familiar with the...
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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 :: Impaction
...condition because he is no longer able to eat the caecal pellets and the blockage interferes with the normal digestive process. If this condition...
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Guinea Lynx :: What The Vet Will Do
...A catheter can be used to flush out a urinary blockage. A urine sample to either spin down at the clinic or send out to a lab for analysis will help...
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