Also, this is the first time she has pooped this way. I heard a noice when that long one came out and went to check. Also something to note, the flash really amps those spots and with my eyes I dont see those spots. Could be small calcium powder but she also bleeds when she pees so either or can make stains but im just guessing.
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If you're using a curved tip syringe, even with the tip snipped all the way off I really can't see how you're able to get CC out of it unless it is very watery?
I stopped the antibiotics 2 days ago to see if she would eat a bit more which has worked in a way. She has also been coming out on her own more and drinking water on her own more as well. I have seen her scavenging for her specific strands of hay. Makes me more comfortable when I have to sleep.
No I am not using probiotics with her. No one every brought it up. She hasn't ever said no to veggies yet.
The snipped off 1cc syringe is not at any point restricted so you control the rate. With a larger syringe, there can be temporarily a blockage that, if more force is applied, can cause too much to shoot out. While it is nice to have it all in one syringe, you do not have as much control and can only estimate amounts.
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for Acidophilus, i only could ever find tablets and not capsules in my local pharmacy. couldn't i crush the tablets enough and mix into the CC?
aside from white towels, heated water bottles and metoclopramide, what other things i should have for post surgery?
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Some use Bene-bac, which can be found at many pet shops or farm/feed stores.
ETA: See http://www.guinealynx.info/probiotics.html
you mean this?:
https://www.petco.com/shop/en/petcostore/product/petag-bene- ... mall-animals
and even then, i feel like just getting the tablets and crushing them since i have a pharmacy just 1 minute away from my house. probably will buy that one you linked from amazon after everything has settled. i am just thinking about post op and what i will need at the moment.
good news is, i may end up getting the specific hay i need for her tomorrow.
it went from eating all the critical care smeared lettuce on the first day, to eating around the smeared critical care the next day (i just rotated the lettuce were there isint critical care and she ate the whole thing) and now to just letting the lettuce drop the second she taste critical care lmaoo
i just wrapped the parts she drops from her mouth (i know it is on purpose) into other lettuce like a sandwich and show the sides that don't have critical care smeared on them. she tends to eat them that way. i wonder what she is gonna do tomorrow