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Elderly gerbils have special needs.

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How to give a gerbil liquid medication

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Pain relief for gerbils

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Respiratory infection

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Determining the cause of bleeding

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Diarrhea is a symptom of many bacterial infections which need treatment from a vet.

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Fever coat is caused by nutrition deficiencies.

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Symptoms of illness in gerbils

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Molt lines can appear as the gerbils sheds fur and grows new fur.

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The chance of getting rabies from a gerbil is very low.

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Degloving is a tail injury.

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Ear Infections often cause head tilts and may cause your gerbil to list while walking or to walk in circles.

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Gerbils can lose hair for many reasons genetics, illness, diet, parasites, barbering, fighting, and repetitive behaviors.

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A necropsy is a veterinary dissection of a deceased animal.