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Adrenal Disease in Ferrets
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Adrenal Disease in Ferrets

Adrenal Disease in Ferrets is some kind of disorder that affects the adrenal glands, endocrine glands that are responsible for synthesizing certain hormones. It is one of the common and systemic diseases that affects many animals, especially ferrets. Mostly, these diseases occur when the ferret produces too many hormones due to an underlying disease or condition. The following are the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of Adrenal Disease in Ferrets covered under Pets Trouble. Adrenal Disease in Ferrets – Symptoms and Treatment Symptoms Most ferrets are suffering from an adrenal disease display various signs of symptoms. These sings are common among those ferrets which have been either neutered (Males) or Spayed (Females). The most common symptoms appear between the age of three and fou...
Abnormally Large Kidneys in Ferrets
Ferret

Abnormally Large Kidneys in Ferrets

It is such type of condition where either one or both of the kidneys become abnormally large while abdominal palpation, X-rays or ultrasounds confirm them. One of the reasons behind such a problem is due to the presence of cysts, swelling due to some kind of kidney infection, urinary tract obstruction or inflammation. This disease can easily affect the entire body’s system of ferrets i.e. hormonal, nervous, respiratory and digestive. Mostly, it can be found in middle-aged to older ferrets. In this article of Pets Trouble, we are going to explain a bit about Abnormally Large Kidneys in Ferrets. Abnormally Large Kidneys in Ferrets – Symptoms and Treatment Symptoms and Types Some times came in the life of ferret, known as asymptomatic, or it does not display any signs. However, some of t...