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Wet-Tail Drops (diarrhea treatment) - 1 oz
|OASIS WET-TAIL DROPS are an effective liquid treatment for the condition commonly known as "wet tail". Wet tail is a stress induced diarrhea that is very dibilitating on the hamster and often fatal. Early diagnosis and intervention is the best course of curative action. See detailed disease description and instructions below. These effective drops have the same antibiotic as the competing brand - and may be used in place of or in a continuation of treatment started with that brand. However - OASIS WET-TAIL DROPS have a palatable orange flavoring. Hamsters love the taste, and consume more treated water, increasing the odds of a successful cure. Its a matter of choice...and the hamsters choose OASIS WET-TAIL DROPS every time! Safe for use with hamsters of all sizes and types, mice, rats, gerbils and guinea pigs. WET-TAIL DROPS come in a one ounce bottle,with a convenient dropper and detailed instruction sheet. WET TAIL DROPS ARE IDEAL FOR: For HAMSTERS stressed by transport, new diet or excessive handling. Stress is believed to be the leading cause of diarrhea (wet-tail) in hamsters. Also suitable for mice, rats, gerbils, guinea pigs and similar small pets. SYMPTOMS OF STRESS and ILLNESS MAY INCLUDE: Obvious changes in behavior or physical appearance such as weight loss, hunched posture, hair coat that is ungroomed or "standing up", hamster sitting in one position with eyes squinted, lack of appetite, dehydration or diarrhea. The animal may not want to be handled and may show signs of depression or anxiety. Early intervention (before onset of diarrhea) offers the best chance for a cure. Sick hamsters often have dry looking ears (a sign of dehydration) held back against the head (often with a folded look), and empty cheek pouches which give the face a thin, lean look. Any sign of a distended belly is a sign of digestive trouble that may be wet-tail in the advanced stages.|