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Thread: I think Harvey may have been syringe fed

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    Default I think Harvey may have been syringe fed

    as a baby. When I need to worm him with panacur he bounces right over all excited and starts kicking the end of the syringe. I got him from a pet shop so don't know much history.

    Coco on the other hand came from a breeder, I met her mum so she was definitely not syringe fed. She hates panacur. I have to put it on a bit of spring greens, all rolled up and hope she doesn't notice it. (As an aside does anyone know if it's ok not to syringe it into her mouth? She gets so stressed out by it).

    Harvey is quite cuddly once you catch him so maybe he was hand reared. Mind you Coco is cuddly too.

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    I find putting meds into ellas kitchen baby food really really good. Mottle ADORED it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulsi View Post
    I find putting meds into ellas kitchen baby food really really good. Mottle ADORED it!
    That's a good idea, I'm sure carrot or apple food would go down very well!

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