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Arenavirus Infection in Hamsters
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Arenavirus Infection in Hamsters

The Arenavirus Infection in Hamsters is one of the most common diseases and this virus usually infect wild mice and some other rodents, but it rarely affects hamsters. Fortunately, it does not make them sick and eventually, one may observe that issue resolves on its own. But the major problem is that ill hamsters can transmit the virus into humans resulting in flu-like indications and inflammation of the bran and the spinal cord. Due to the contagious nature of the illness, hamsters with the arenavirus should be handled with extreme caution. So, Pets Trouble has decided to shed light on the symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of Arenavirus Infection in Hamsters. Arenavirus Infection in Hamsters – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Symptoms Mostly hamsters suffering from arenavirus d...
Antibiotic Toxicity in Guinea Pigs
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Antibiotic Toxicity in Guinea Pigs

It is a known fact that the Guinea pigs are susceptible to the properties of antibiotics and often their management can lead to toxic effects. One of the complications is that follow the administration of antibiotics is an upset in the balance of the helpful bacteria that usually live in guinea pig’s intestines. In some cases, it can lead the more severe disease conditions than the original conditions being treated. Some of the underlying conditions i.e. vitamin C deficiency and inadequate nutrition can be found in guinea pig more likely to develop problems associated with antibiotics. In general condition, one should not give any antibiotics to his or her pig unless it has been prescribed by the veterinarian, who is familiar with the pig and its health history. If the guinea pig must take...
Abscesses in Chinchillas
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Abscesses in Chinchillas

Whenever, the pus collects in the cavity beneath the skin and in the membrane of organ, abscesses are formed. In chinchillas, abscesses usually formed following the infection from bite wounds or any other traumatic injuries. These infections are bacterial, spreading to many different areas of the body and causing abscesses to develop there. Abscesses need to be treated promptly because there is a high chance of getting infection mixed into the bloodstreams that may results in toxemia eventually death. So, today’s article on Pets Trouble provides information about the symptoms, treatment and prevention of Abscesses in Chinchillas. Abscesses in Chinchillas – Symptoms and Treatment Symptoms The symptoms of the diseases include; Pain while touching the growth Secretion of pus A...