A balanced diet can be crucial for guineas

A balanced diet can be crucial for guineas

0 Have your say Urolithiasis, the formation of stones in the urinary tract, is a common problem in guinea pigs, mostly seen in males and females over two years old.
Stones often form in the bladder or urethra, but can also appear in the kidneys, ureters or vagina. They usually consist of calcium carbonate, calcium oxalate, or magnesium ammonium phosphate.
Although it is not entirely clear why guinea pigs are affected, there seems to be a relation to a diet high in pellets and low in good quality hay and vegetables, which causes high levels of calcium in the urine. Risk factors include low... read more

30 September 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 31

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