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 ...
Wet tail, or Proliferative Ileitis, is one of the most serious intestinal diseases that
affect hamsters. Named for the wet, dirty tails that accompany the disease, wet ...
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.
The term "wet tail
" refers to just that, a wet tail
, on your pet hamster. If he does in fact have wet tail
, your exotics vet will probably prescribe antibiotics that are safe for hamsters, may give him some subcutaneous fluids to rehydrate him from the diarrhea, and y... More »
Wet tail is a very serious condition which if left untreated can prove fatal to little
hamsters. A common mistake many owners make, is to think that diarrhoea is in ...
Aug 29, 2009 ... READ DESCRIPTION!!** This video contains the early and late symtoms of wet
tail that the Hamsteriffic U website doesn't tell you about.
A severe case of hamster diarrhea requires immediate treatment. Don't even click
on this post. Go to the pet store and ask for wet-tail medication drops.
Wet Tail in Syrian Hamsters ... Many stress related things can cause a hamster to
get Wet-tail. ... There are many other reasons that hamsters can get Wet-tail.
Wet tail: this is almost exclusively a disease of the Syrian hamster. Dwarf
hamsters do not usually get it but....