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Guinea pig crust?

KaylaT4403

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I’m looking at my guinea pig Luna and she has this under her eye. She’s eating and everything and running around and I just took them to the vet not too long ago. She’s sneezed like 2 times so far but everything seems normal. Is this a concern? B1BF3454-EC70-4D18-B519-9907BEEB8535.jpeg
 

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I looks like a bit of cleaning fluid that hasn't drained properly to me. Mine get it occasionally. Piggies produce cleaning fluid and it looks white and milky. If it dries it looks a bit like human sleepy dust. I just wipe it away gently.
 

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KaylaT4403

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I looks like a bit of cleaning fluid that hasn't drained properly to me. Mine get it occasionally. Piggies produce cleaning fluid and it looks white and milky. If it dries it looks a bit like human sleepy dust. I just wipe it away gently.
Thank You!
 
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