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Knoxville Guinea Pig Rescue

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A knoxville guinea pig rescue may be composed of volunteers from farms; a picture of this creature warms the heart. The species is not generally difficult to raise; however, future owners should be aware of the common health conditions. In addition to mentioned health problems, cavies can also suffer from vitamin C deficiency, abscess, skin mites, and overgrowth of premolar teeth, cystitis and bladder stones. They are also very susceptible to respiratory viruses which can be even fatal for them. One of the best ways to keep your cavy healthy is to provide it with a well balanced diet. And if you want to be a really responsible owner, just read as much as possible about general care of these cute little animals. A knoxville guinea pig rescue may be composed of volunteers from farms; a picture of this creature warms the heart.

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Knoxville Guinea Pig Rescue

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Just like any animal these creatures can have health problems. A nervous animal can jump out of your hands and break his legs or back. If your pet has diarrhea, difficulty in breathing, hair loss, excessive water drinking, lack of appetite or activity or any other health problems you should immediately consult the veterinarian. A cavy can also be a source of allergy. People who are allergic to the hair and/or dander of the species should avoid keeping these animals as pets. Here are some signs of the allergy: itchy eyes, sneezing, runny nose, persistent cough, and shortness of breath, wheezing, a skin rash, and anaphylactic shock (a true medical emergency.) A knoxville guinea pig rescue may be composed of volunteers from farms; a picture of this creature warms the heart.

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