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Guinea Lynx :: Reproduction Links
...For information on pregnancy toxemia, see this article by Julie Wright: Preventing Pregnancy Toxemia In Cavy Sows David Hardesty discusses ways to...
...developing pregnancy toxemia through ensuring the pregnant guinea pig is not over heated and receives adequate exercise: Pregnancy Toxemia...
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Guinea Lynx :: Reproduction
...can suffer from dystocia, hypocalcemia, a prolapsed uterus, or pregnancy toxemia. For the health and well-being of your beloved pet, do not breed! If...
...pregnancy caries risks: pregnancy toxemia and dystocia can be life threatening. Clinical signs of pregnancy toxemia: The sow stops eating, becomes...
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Guinea Lynx :: Book Reviews
...They list malocclusion, scurvy (vitamin C deficiency), mange, and pregnancy toxemia. They write, "These are usually named 'the four killer diseases'."...
...Pregnancy toxemia will never ever be a threat to your guinea pig's life if you are a responsible pet owner who has properly sexed your guinea pigs and...
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Guinea Lynx :: Breeding
...can suffer from dystocia, hypocalcemia, a prolapsed uterus, or pregnancy toxemia. "What about the pups?" If you are not concerned for your sow,...
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Guinea Lynx :: Reproduction FAQ
...Pregnant guinea pigs can develop serious medical problems like pregnancy toxemia and hypocalcemia. Some contributing factors are malnutrition, stress,...
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