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Dry Dual color Poop

Hope4gem

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Hard to tell from a picture, but if you are concerned take your piggy to the vet. They can determine if a stool sample culture is necessary. When you say "lots of cucumber" how much do you mean? Is your piggy eating, drinking, peeing, etc. normally?
 

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Hard to tell from a picture, but if you are concerned take your piggy to the vet. They can determine if a stool sample culture is necessary. When you say "lots of cucumber" how much do you mean? Is your piggy eating, drinking, peeing, etc. normally?
yes everything is normal, i gave him extra cucumber slices because of the dry poop
 

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Glad to hear everything else is normal. I would still encourage you to get your piggy checked at the vet. If his poops are looking different than they were before then it's probably best to get it checked out.
 

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Glad to hear everything else is normal. I would still encourage you to get your piggy checked at the vet. If his poops are looking different than they were before then it's probably best to get it checked out.
ok sure... thanks so much
 

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Had the poop in the picture just been produced? ie was it very fresh/did you see it come out?

If it had been sat around in the cage at all, then it will dry out so isn’t of concern
 
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