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 is a very serious hamster illness. In this article, we look at what causes
wet tail, the symptoms of wet tail and how to treat it.
4 days ago ... A complete guide to wet tail in hamsters. Causes, symptoms, treatment and
outlook. What to do if you think your pet has wet tail.
Wet tail: this is almost exclusively a disease of the Syrian hamster. ... Cleaning
that area will help to prevent the hamster from re infecting himself with the
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.
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 ...
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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.