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    Sounds similar to what my girls did to each other. That cost me about 150 as well. I had Nutmeg in an indoor cage for a while as they suggested I restrict her movement. Her's was right by her hind leg though, and was affecting her movement a but.

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    Been for the follow up appointment today, the vet is happy with how the wound is healing. Due back next Friday now for the last checkup.

    He's still not eating many pellets yet but is munching bits of hay and some Muesli, I've seen poo so all is well there. I think he may be fed up of been couped up so I'm going to let him out an put Scooter in the pen instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Sounds similar to what my girls did to each other. That cost me about 150 as well. I had Nutmeg in an indoor cage for a while as they suggested I restrict her movement. Her's was right by her hind leg though, and was affecting her movement a but.
    Luckily Jigsaws movement has been fine, I don't think he will hurt him self or affect the stitches but I will check on him later

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    Jigsaw is eating pellets now however did September teach him to be a snob?

    He won't touch the pellets from the bottom of the bag but he is eating the pellets from the new emergency bag I bought seen as though I was about to run out.

    The old pellets are still sat there but the new ones have been nommed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave81 View Post
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    Jigsaw is eating pellets now however did September teach him to be a snob?

    He won't touch the pellets from the bottom of the bag but he is eating the pellets from the new emergency bag I bought seen as though I was about to run out.

    The old pellets are still sat there but the new ones have been nommed
    His mum is no snob, she eats ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING!

    Very pleased to hear he's pelleting nomming again More nose rubs from me xx

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    God knows where he has picked up that snobbery from then, the rest are enjoying the bottom of the bag

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    Went for the final vet check today, all is well they were surprised at how quickly he has healed up

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