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    Sounds as though he is doing a lot better now. Maybe his hay eating is still not great because of his teeth. I think you mentioned that he was due a Dental x


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    Well done Raven, keep vibrating for the better xxxxxxxx

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    Sending vibes he keeps munching til his dental x

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    I'm glad he's drinking lots again and eating some pellets and that he has normal poops. I hope he'll start eating more hay soon. Sending him many vibes.
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    Thank you friends. He is eating his greens faster and overnight ate his pellet ration.
    Like IM posted he likely needs his dental soon, so I need to get it on vet schedule.

    Raven, his friends, and I are fortunate to have ru and all the members with kindred spirits to offer support and suggestions when illness strikes these special creatures. Hugs.

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    The vet was going to do Raven's dental on his lunch time tomorrow; yet the past several days Raven is eating everything, including lots of pellets, hard treat sticks, and hay. He is periscoping and begging for treats and is bright and happy. He is making lots of good poos and drinking and peeing a lot which is normal for him.
    While changing ga meds helped a lot, he takes time to fully return to eating after a dental because Raven's teeth wear so much his points are next to his gums.
    I just called vets and cancelled Raven's dental. I hope I did not jinx him. I know he will need a dental in the near future and vet is very busy, yet it is so nice to see Raven come to me for treats and enjoying his food.

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    Aww that's really good news, hope he continues to be well and happy
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    Glad to hear that he is doing a lot better now


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    Thanks friends,

    Sometimes I wonder if he has a secret twin because he can change so quickly!
    I am keeping everything crossed he does not relapse.

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    Glad Raven is okay now, hope it doesn't happen again xxx

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