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Your veterinarian can treat this deficiency with injections of thiamine or B-complex vitamins. The veterinarian will usually treat thiamine deficiency on the basis of neurological and other symptoms presented by the chinchilla.
Once you find that your pet chinchilla is facing a problem of thiamine deficiency, apart from treatment with injectible thiamine or B-complex vitamins, your veterinarian will likely advise you to include thiamine supplements or natural sources of vitamin B1 in the diet, such as leafy vegetables, high-quality hay, and wheat germ meal, to help overcome thiamine deficiency.
Providing a well-balanced diet for your pet is the best way to prevent nutritional disorders like vitamin B1 or thiamine deficiency.
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