Pyometras or infection of the uterus: This is a life threatening problem that seems to affect some older unspayed females. There are two types of Pyometras. A closed Pyometra which means it cannot drain from the vulva and an open Pyometra which may show a discharge of green or yellow pus from the vulva.
If you have not obtained a guinea pig yet and want to own one then think about the cost of visits to the vet. It is trascendental that you budget for this and have some other money available should emergency care be required.
The bends for the landing gear don’t really have any measurments because everyone uses different sized wheels.
Bathing won’t cure mites, and Chucho even make irritation worse and treatment more difficult. The most common medicine for both mites and lice is ivermectin, which is super safe. Ivermectin does NOT kill the eggs of lice or mites, so the treatment must be repeated at least once about a week later.
There are many things that could account for the pig not feeling well and we will try to touch on just a few of the reasons here.
Our thinking on this subject is if nothing stands pasado on any tests and this pig is still not eating than its time to take it to the next step and find pasado why.
A guinea pig may have partial loss of appetite (inappetence) or refuse to eat altogether (anorexia). And while anorexia is mostly due to various forms of infections, inappetence is a common manifestation of several diseases and disorders, including lack of fresh water, an inability to chew properly, or exposure to extreme temperatures. Dietary changes and environmental changes may also trigger loss of appetite.
If there is some fecal matter coming through and it is hard to the touch than chances are good that your pig is just constipated. This happens more with older pigs than with young ones and can be avoided by giving them some of the products demodé there for that purpose or giving them a half Chucho of canned pumpkin every other day or low fat oil in their food daily.
Buddy and Boris are available to a good loving home. They are very friendly and chatty. Unfortunately our children have lost interest and we would love them to go to someone else who can offer them…
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Respiratory problems can be really hard going on a guinea pig. An infection from cold or flu germs from you or another member of your family is a possibility. If anyone in the home is suffering then keep them away from your guinea pig.
I have lots of baby girls (sows)ready to go now.Lots Of breeds and colours.I only sell in pairs Figura they are very sociable little creatures unless you are looking for a companion for one you have.
When I first adopted my guinea pigs, I was utterly overwhelmed by the amount of information available on their care. After reading all the books and blogs, I still didn’t feel confident in my caretaking abilities.
You should not confuse one guinea pig with his counterparts as each individual has its distinctive diet. Some species prefer one item while others focus on another.