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Poop check pls

Piggies&buns

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All I can suggest is that they need to be taken back to the vet. Normally keeping them off veg and only feeding them hay will help stabilise the gut and things will get back to normal within a couple of days but as this hasnt happened with your piggies, they really do need to see the vet within the best couple of days
 

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All I can suggest is that they need to be taken back to the vet. Normally keeping them off veg and only feeding them hay will help stabilise the gut and things will get back to normal within a couple of days but as this hasnt happened with your piggies, they really do need to see the vet within the best couple of days
Ive fed them a couple of parsley last sunday and some green bell peppers yesterday cos the poops were normal before that
 

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When you reintroduce veg following a tummy upset you do it slowly. So give them one sprig of herbs only for a couple of days and then increase it a little more. However, if giving them veg has caused it to go bad again, then you do need to speak to the vet in case there is something else going on
 

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Hi! It's me again! I've brought poppy to the vet and everything seems to be fine (he's a well known exotic vet in my country so i really trust him) - - the doc performed fecal analysis, skin scraping, monitored breathing and listened to her lungs and everything's normal. It's just that her poops haven't normalised since the AB and doc said it must be because she's a big drinker of water(?)


Well anyways would like to ask if i could give them veg now slowly.. Can i start with a julienned slice of bell pepper?
 

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Btw their poops arent like what it is before here's an updated look View attachment 156686View attachment 156686
They don’t look too bad now, compared to how things were anyway
if you’re going to reintroduce veg do it very slowly. Only a very small piece at a time, see how things go for a couple of days, if all is well, then increase the amount a little.
 

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:agr:I would start with a sprig of coriander rather than pepper. See how they do on that.

I’m not sure that drinking lots of water leads to misformed poo but I’m not an expert.
 
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