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Hi Marie-Claire, She is doing this because she wants out of the cage, that's all. If possible, you might try putting a board up in front of the cage when she does it to "punish" her by removing the opportunity
I recommend you print out the antibiotic info I sent you to take with you to the vet, since not all vets know rats can have amoxicillin. Most vets want to give just Baytril, which is good for treating
Hi Isabel, Does her poop look normal? Are you sure the thick yellow liquid came out of her urethra, or could it have come out of her vagina? You can buy antibiotics for her yourself, although if you
Hi Isabel, luckily, I happened to check my email before I called it a night. Absolutely, you need to get her to a good vet, one who has experience n treating rats. I would not hesitate another day!
I do not recommend surgery for this type of cancer because it will only leave an open wound that won't heal. Because it has gotten bigger quickly, it just might be a simple abscess, and in that case it
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