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Questions about your ferret s? Check here first! Legalize Ferrets - Help get ferrets legalized in California. This afternoon I discovered one of my ferrets has a very red not prolapsed rectum that was bleeding slightly. His poops haven't been spectacular the past two weeks but I figured it was from a food change.
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Gastrointestinal Diseases of Ferrets

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Gastrointestinal Diseases of Ferrets

Anal or rectal prolapse is a condition in which one or more layers of the rectum are displaced through the anus, the opening which allows digestive waste to leave the body. More specifically, anal prolapse is when only the lining of the rectum protrudes through the opening, and rectal prolapse is when all the layers of the anal tissue, along with the lining, protrude. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including disorders of the digestive, urinary, or genital systems, and typically occurs in young ferrets, ages 2 to 6 months. In fact, these conditions rarely occur in adult ferrets. Ferrets with rectal prolapse will demonstrate persistent straining and pain while passing stool or defecating. In an incomplete prolapse, a small portion of the lining of the rectum will be visible during excretion, after which it will subside. In a complete prolapse, there will be a persistent mass of tissue protruding from the anus.
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Rectal prolapse

Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Disease of the gastrointestinal GI tract is common in ferrets.
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Some ferrets with diarrhea will strain until the soft pink lining of the rectum gets pushed through the anal opening. This tends to happen mostly with young ferrets suffering from proliferative colitis and you should take your ferret to the vet immediately. A prolapsed rectum which occurs without diarrhea is not something to worry about, unless the ferret starts chewing the prolapse. If the ferret checks out medically, then treat symptomatically by applying a cream of Preparation H and 0. One vet recommends Anusol HC
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