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Kidney problems

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Kidney problems

Like other mammals, guinea pigs have two kidneys; these are essential in filtering out toxins from the body and excreting them via the urinary system. There are some problems which can affect guinea pig kidneys (termed 'renal disease'), with varying degrees of severity.

Kidney problems in guinea pigs can develop suddenly or more slowly, depending on the cause

Do kidney problems happen suddenly?

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What renal problems can guinea pigs suffer from?

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What signs might my guinea pig show?

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How is kidney disease diagnosed?

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How is kidney disease treated?

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What is the long-term prognosis?

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