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Wet-tail - Wikipedia

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The sick animal should be kept in a cage by itself so that others do not catch the disease—wet tail can be very contagious so sanitize ...

How to Treat Wet Tail (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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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 in Hamsters: About wet tail and how to treat it | The Hamster ...

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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.

Wet Tail in Hamsters: Cause, Treatment & Prevention

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Wet tail, or Proliferative Ileitis, is one of the most serious intestinal diseases that affect hamsters.

Wet Tail in Hamsters: Symptoms, Treatment, and Outlook | PetHelpful

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Oct 22, 2016 ... A complete guide to wet tail in hamsters. Causes, symptoms, treatment and outlook. What to do if you think your pet has wet tail.

How To Treat A Hamster With Wet Tail | Petcha

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I immediately went to the store and bought a wet tail drop treatment. Will this medication work on my hamster? How long will it take for my hamster to heal?

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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 ...

What Is Wet Tail in Hamsters? | Pets4Homes

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A hamster suffering from wet tail will pass the condition on to any other hamsters they come into contact with. It takes ... What is the Treatment for Wet Tail?

Wet Tail

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(Dwarf hamsters do not get wet tail but the can suffer from diahrroea.) ... Without veterinary treatment, a hamster will usually die within 24 to 48 hours after the ...

Wet Tail In Hamsters - Pet Web Site

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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.