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Guinea Health Pig Problem

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The guinea health pig problem can be determined by an experienced breeder of the guinea pig or guinea hen aviary. People who keep cavies should be ready for a lot of commitment and should devote a lot of time to care. These animals have unique dietary needs. Since they cannot manufacture vitamin C, they frequently suffer from vitamin C deficiency. Therefore, owners are advised to supply them with an adequate supply of it from outside food sources. If the animal doesn’t receive enough vitamin C, it can develop scurvy. Feeding your animal small amounts of fresh dark greens and fruits you provide it with a well balanced diet. It is an interesting fact that the darker the green vegetable, the higher the vitamin C content. The guinea health pig problem can be determined by an experienced breeder of the guinea pig or guinea hen aviary.

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Guinea Health Pig Problem

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The species is generally healthy and does not have many disorders. Malocclusion of premolar teeth is common especially in older animals. Later, it may lead to abnormal wear of these teeth, which can cause entrapment of and continual injury to the tongue. These cute rodents can also suffer from diarrhea, weight loss or excessive weight gain, inactivity, nasal or eye discharge, hair loss, or limping. If you want your cavies to be healthy, regular veterinary check ups should be a must. The animals should be examined for lumps, cuts, fleas, ticks or lice. The guinea health pig problem can be determined by an experienced breeder of the guinea pig or guinea hen aviary.

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