Wet-tail or proliferative ileitis, is a disease of hamsters. It is caused by stress
usually caused by being transported to a pet shop or to a new home. Even with
treatment, the animal can die within...
Jun 24, 2015 ... How to Treat Wet Tail. Wet tail (also called proliferative ileitis or transmissible
ileal hyperplasia) is a bacterial infection that affects hamsters.
Wet tail, or Proliferative Ileitis, is one of the most serious intestinal diseases that
Wet Tail is a bacterial infection or an imbalance of the natural bacteria that affects
Syrian hamsters and can be fatal so early veterinary treatment is vital.
Dec 27, 2008 ... Q: I bought a Syrian hamster about five days ago and it got wet tail. It's a baby
hamster, but I don't know exactly how old it is. I noticed it had a ...
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Aug 29, 2009 ... This video contains the early and late symtoms of wet tail that the Hamsteriffic ... I
agree the drops hide the signs not treat them making it worse.
A hamster suffering from wet tail will pass the condition on to any other hamsters
they come into contact with. .... How To Prevent Wet Tail From Happening.
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May 7, 2012 ... This is a video that shows you how to treat wet tail in hamsters and how to avoid it
. I also show 3 products that I recommend to help get rid of ...
The stress that this subjects the hamster to can then produce Wet Tail which is
why ... antibiotics greatly increases the chances of survival when treating Wet Tail
Wet Tail in Syrian Hamsters ... Without veterinary treatment, a hamster will usually
die within 24 to 48 hours ... A visit to a vet is the only responsible treatment.