GUINEA LYNX



Guinea Lynx :: Urine Scald
...Urine Scald UTI URINE SCALD Home > Medical Reference > Urine Scald ...................................
...Painful Urine Scald is Easily Treated Ill guinea pigs sometimes develop painful urine scald. This may be due to incontinence caused by: Urinary tract...
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Guinea Lynx :: What's Normal?
...Nose - Eyes - Ears - Feet - Fur & Skin - Droppings - Urine Weight - Water Consumption - Behavior NOSE NORMAL: Nose should be clean. NOT NORMAL:...
...URINE NORMAL: Urine may be clear to cloudy in color. Calcium compounds in the urine cause this cloudiness. Normal urine is not gritty in texture. Dried...
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Guinea Lynx :: UTI
...Urine Scald UTI UTI Home > Medical Reference > UTI ...............................................................................
...Blood in urine Squeaking while peeing DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSES (other possible conditions) Pyometra Bladder stones Interstitial Cystitis...
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Guinea Lynx :: Ca:P & Polycitra
...primary agent for removal of excess calcium in the urine. ...citrate binds to calcium ions in the urine, reducing calcium ion activity, which results...
...alkaline the urine, the more citrates are present to aid in the bonding of excess calcium. Since guinea pigs naturally have alkaline urine, many vets...
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Guinea Lynx :: Bladder Stones
...Blood in urine Squeaking while urinating Squeaking while passing fecal pellets Blood may be visible or the vet may spin down a urine sample to...
...may spin down a urine sample to determine the presence of blood in urine. Blood in urine can also be a sign of a urinary tract infection. Photo...
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Guinea Lynx :: Anorexia (not eating)
...Urine Scald UTI ANOREXIA (NOT EATING) Home > Medical Reference > Anorexia ............................
...If no feces or urine are being passed and your guinea pig is not eating, you must seek veterinary care immediately! In addition, a pet that is losing...
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Guinea Lynx :: Emergency Medical Guide
...Blood in urine -- UTI, Bladder Stones, Pyometra, other Bleeding from rectal area -- UTI, Bladder Stones, Pyometra, Retained Placenta, other Limping,...
...Don't change the bedding. That way, the vet can see feces and urine. Often, the only sign is that the pig refuses to eat or eats less than usual. This...
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