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Old 01-05-2013, 10:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Murphy had issues with her tail being sensitive. I remember Pheona being that way too. They hated having the tip of their tail touched & if it was they'd yelp and pull away. After a few days (Murphy's started on the weekend) of watching, we noticed it didn't bother her as much. I don't know what hers was. Hope Ryleigh is doing better.
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Dunn because Duke bites at his tail every so often. We'll find limit scabs in the tip of his nub and we've caught him biting at it (he can reach it if he's laying down and twists himself far enough). We're going to ask the vet to look at it next time he goes in to the vet.
I hope Ryleigh is ok now!


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Interesting. I was wondering if its like a scar on a human. I know I had a scar that itched for months after they took my stitches out. She seems to be fine now...running around the house like crazy! Haha


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