Generally, yersinia infection can spread quickly and the overall diagnosis can be tricky.
No one likes talking about diarrhea, but it’s important that we can pinpoint the causes of this unpleasant experience for your guinea pigs.
One of the most common reasons that guinea pigs visit the veterinarian, aside from infection, is due to gastrointestinal stasis—also known as GI stasis.
While there are a multitude of vaccines available for more common pets like dogs and cats, it brings up the question of whether or not guinea pigs also need vaccinations.
If you’ve done your reading on guinea pigs, then you’ll know that guinea pigs can start breeding at a very early age!
Unfortunately, with their beautiful hair comes the ugly reality: they’re most likely suffering from a multitude of health issues.