"ladysown" ha scritto nel messaggio
> So your piggie is sick. You took him to the vet.
> He's starting to act normal again and you are sad about that? Or are
> you sad that your piggie got sick in the first place?
I am sad that the vet told me that the pig could not survive. I am very,
the vet told me not to hope too much on him.
and I didn't think I could see some little improvement after few doses
> yes, three doses can help a piggie start feeling better. Finish the
> course of meds. Just like with people, a couple of doses can get a
> person (or piggie) on the road to better health.
have you ever experienced a piggy with bronchitis?
> Happy piggies run around like crazy critters sometimes, be glad! :)
> It's called popcorning (or being a crazy little piggie) ;)
oh really? bc he does it a lot! esp when I hand feed him with salad... at
some point he gets crazy! I am so glad he's happy!
> are getting good pellets and sufficient vitamin c either in the
> pellets or in the water, then everything else is gravy. One carrot is
how do you do with pallets? do you fill the plate and they eat when they
want or do you give them a certain amount per day?
> Be careful with the veggies/fresh fruits though..too many and your
> piggie can get fat. You want a solid piggie for health, not a fat
I am still not sure what to do, I've found so many different opinions on the
btw no prob for now, the piggy is a bit underweight >> Stay informed about: guineapig with bad bronchitis :(