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Dog (Minnie) Attacked Gerbil. Lost Tail fur

Species: gerbil | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 29 April 2007 05:35PM | viewed 9449 times
Q Hazel asks:

What shall I do about the gerbil? I think he has a broken leg. He is going nuts trying to escape from the cage. What shall I do?

Q Our vet says: Take him to your vet; he may be in a lot of pain! He also needs his injuries assessed properly and perhaps treatment to prevent any bite wounds becoming infected.

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