Oasis #80064 Wet Tail Drops- Liquid Treatment for Diarrhea

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Important to have if you own hamsters
5/ 5stars

Don't wait till you have a wet tail problem to get this. You should always have it handy, incase your hammy gets sick you are ready to respond. Wet tail is a devastating sickness that hamsters can get from simply a change in their diet, stress, or from exposure to another hamster that came sick with it from the pet shop or breeder. You have a short window to respond when it does happen, thats why its important to have it ready should that happen. It is much more reasonably priced here on Amazon then at the local pet shop. Read more

May 03, 2020
My blue Russian dwarf hammy felt better instantly! Her poops started solidifying
5/ 5stars

My blue Russian dwarf hammy felt better instantly ! Her poops started solidifying, and she stopped showing signs of blood in three days.This stuff was amazing. The night I caught her we tail i called about different urgent cares to see if they would see my hamster one clinic said i had to wait for a vet that specializes in exotic animals.... because shes not a dog or cat, and shes tinier than their usual patients. My visit wouldve costed 80 and payment for the medications as wellUsing this saved saved me money, i was so worried it wouldnt work but it made her wet tail go away. But after a month she had passed.I think it was just her time3 My russian dwarf hammy lived 3 years.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------First night I noticed her wet tail:-a week before this all, I changed her sand pit (and her sisters) from play sand that she used for a ear to terrarium white sand for the looks (could be the cause since the white sand was less absorbant than the play sand which i noticed when i cleaned her cage it was completely clumpy and not looee) My robo dwarf who lives in a separate cage whos sand was also switched out did not get wet tail-April 19. I went away for the weekend, came back that day and while i was playing with her noticed her drop in energy, but it was still there i noticed her wet tail, with blood around her bottom smaller than a dime size, then when i put her back, noticed the blood in her cage which was not alot, maybe like little specs here and there so i know i caught it a little late, (blood was still red, not brown still a little fresh) which i blame myself, and i dont know when her symptoms started showing-Bought this around midnight, rushed shipping.-As i waited for the package, gave her pedialyte/gatorade to re hydrate her, she was so weak i noticed she didnt touch her food or was unable to even stand for water so i had to hold her and use a straw, using my finger on the other end as to not have too much to spill all over her (temporary dropper)-As for food, I hand fed her bread. So that it would be softer on her stomach, And also so that she didnt use so much effort to open seeds, She was extremely weak everytime she ate or drank, i was holding her and helping her--------Next day the package came, gave her medication right away, unlike other users, she HATED it. so i diluted it and let it sit BUT because i felt that i caught her symptoms late, and was scared of loosing her, i figured to give it to her directly with the dropper, i gave her 8 drops. and instead of water, i replaced it completely with pedialyte (which she LOVED)-Several days passed, maybe 4 when i still gave her 8 drops, then 6 for the rest of the week- She had energy again slowly but surely she had energy to dig around her 2.5 inches of bedding---------throughout the week she was eating like normal and drinking like normal, but i still noticed she wasnt running at nights.she still ran, but only for a minute and go back to sleeping. after a while i noticed gooey poop, not liquid, not completely solid and dry like usual, so i started again to give her a tiny bit of medication, she was still acting the same, but her poop was getting better-she basically only woke up to rest on my hand, use the bathroom, eat and drink. So I knew her time as coming-She passed a month later on May 16 Read more

May 03, 2020
Quite possibly saved our hamster's life...
5/ 5stars

Our Hammie is an escape artist and managed to get out of her cage when we were out of town for the day. When we returned we found her in a storage bin in the room. We have no idea how long she had been there it could have been as long as 24 hours. Her bottom was soaking wet and dirty and there was e ven some blood. It looked exactly like diarrhea/wet tail. Her left eye was also nearly completely closed and crusty. I don't know if that was related, or a coincidence, or a minor injury obtained during the escape. Hammie was also very thin-looking and shaky. She wasn't interested in eating or drinking when we put her back in her cage, and honestly looked like she was ready to die. It was a Sunday and I called around to several Vets in the area, but they were either closed or didn't treat pocket pets. As a last resort I rush ordered the Wet Tail Drops. I gave a direct dose (by mouth with the dropper) that night, and a few hours later she looked much better. She even ate a little egg and broccoli and drank some water. She had improved about 50 by the next day (I continued to give her doses in the dropper). Now it's Wednesday and I feel like she's 100 back to her normal spunky self. Her eye even opened back up and looks nice and sparkly. Although there's no way to know 100 that Wet Tail Drops saved our Hammie's life, she definitely improved almost immediately after I gave them to her. If you have a sick hammie on your hands, first TRY to take him/her to a Veterinarian trained in pocket pets. If that just isn't possible, try the drops. Read more

May 03, 2020
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but here we are a week and a half later and shes much better! Shes eating again and her cage is much ...
5/ 5stars

I had these drops overnighted to me when I realized how sick my hamster was. It was the 3rd day of no appetite, runny stool and no energy. I figured because I had caught the symptoms so late she wasnt going to make it, but here we are a week and a half later and shes much better! Shes eating again a nd her cage is much cleaner.Shes still rather lethargic and looking thin so she will still have to go see a vet, but if I didnt get her these drops I could honestly say she would be dead by now. They definitely saved her!I gave them to her straight out of the dropper twice a day for the first 3 days and once a day for the rest of the week. She loves the medicine and was happy to take it out of the dropper with no issues! Read more

May 03, 2020
Worked great along with unflavored Pedialyte
5/ 5stars

These drops saved three of my Syrian Hamsters lives. I gave them the drops directly by holding the scruff of their neck and forcing it in their mouth. Its not pleasant and you must go slowly. Make sure you also have a vet check your hamster out as well. ALSO MAKE SURE YOU BUY EXTRA SO YOU HAVE IT IF YOU NEED IT. YOUR HAMSTER CANNOT WAIT TO GET MEDICINE. DIARRHEA WILL KILL THEM VERY QUICKLY. ALSO BUY UNFLAVORED PEDIALYTE AND USE A DROPPER AND FORCE IT IN THEIR MOUTHS IF THEY WONT DRINK. Read more

May 03, 2020
It works as long as
5/ 5stars

This stuff is great, it works as long as you start using it as soon as possible. So I recommend having it on hand, especially when you first bring your hamster home.I work in a pet store but also have 5 of my own hamsters and this has saved a lot of hamsters. Most recently I brought home an adorable lil Syrian baby and she got wet tail the day after I got her home. I gave her the drops directly by mouth, she likes the taste so she takes it pretty easily. And i just put a little bit in her water.If you can get your hammy to take it by mouth, that is your best chance of saving them. Just be sure you're not giving too much.Also you can give them some plain, uncooked oats, it will help as well. Read more

May 03, 2020
Worked for my hamster when he had soft poops.
5/ 5stars

My hamster likes to drink the water with these droplets added in. And after the week of taking it, seems that the hamster stopped producing soft poops or being abnormally stinky.

May 03, 2020
My hamster made it!
5/ 5stars

My hamster made it! I got this medicine as a last resort: I was pretty sure my hamster would not survive wet tail. She looked awful, weighed almost nothing and had trouble moving. Today, she is healthy, plump and fluffy. Thanks!

May 03, 2020
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I think he is still here because of this med!
4/ 5stars

Pretty sure this saved my Chinese hamster life. He was listless kind of hunched in a ball, his bottom and tummy was moist. A few doses of this he was back to running on his wheel all night again. Returned to eating and drinking. Could he of survived without this med Idk I don't think he would of.

May 03, 2020
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Didn't Really Help with Diarrhea
4/ 5stars

This product isn't an antibiotic so it can't cure any illnesses in hamsters. I ended up having to take my hamster to the vet after his diarrhea didn't improve after a week. It did, however, help keep his appetite up while he waited for his appointment, so if your hamster isn't eating well or seems w eak this might help him/her. My vet recommended using hamster-safe probiotics instead, which immediately began to help him. Read more

May 03, 2020
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