How would I know if a bunny has a urinary infection?

Answer Urinary tract infections in rabbits, as in humans, are caused by bacteria in the urethra, bladder or kidneys. It can be exacerbated by a buildup of calcium in the bladder, which scrapes the sides o... Read More »

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How to know if your guinea pig has a urinary tract infection?

With their short legs, guinea pigs live very close to the ground, which makes it easy for them to pick up bacteria that may be in their droppings or wet bedding. The bacteria can enter into the ure... Read More »

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Can a urinary tract infection cause a yeast infection?

On One Hand: Not a Cause of Yeast InfectionsAccording to The Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University, yeast infections may occur as a result of diarrhea that is sometimes a side effec... Read More »

Is a urinary tract infection the same as a bladder infection?

On One Hand: There is More to a Urinary Tract Than a BladderEvery bladder infection can fairly be categorized as a urinary tract infection, although not every urinary tract infection is a bladder i... Read More »