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 on: Today at 08:25:00 AM 
Started by En.jay - Last post by En.jay
I suppose he could be missing tiny because since she had the babies I haven't had him with her but in the cage beside her. When is a good time to reintroduce him in with her and the baby?

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 on: Today at 08:22:05 AM 
Started by En.jay - Last post by En.jay
That's possible I guess but this has been the only time he has done it. I'm sure nothing was wrong because he sounded happy with his lil chirping he always does. My husband and I joke around because sometimes we will be talking and chilly chirps loudly like he's laughing at us.

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 on: Today at 08:08:43 AM 
Started by En.jay - Last post by GrayRodent
Perhaps it has something to do with the new baby?

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 on: Today at 08:06:46 AM 
Started by jannugimes - Last post by GrayRodent
Welcome to the chinchilla board. We're glad you're here too.

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 on: Today at 08:03:56 AM 
Started by jannugimes - Last post by jannugimes
Hello Everyone, am jim and new to this community and very glad to be here

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 on: Today at 07:26:48 AM 
Started by En.jay - Last post by En.jay
So my chinnys are usually not too loud at night however last night chilly my male was bouncing around the cage like he was on a sugar high. He hasn't had any treats just the usually pellets hay and alfalfa cubes. He also was very vocal all night. I kept checking on him but it was more playful sounds like laughing and chirping like he does with the others.

I'm not sure why just wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:47:08 AM 
Started by kageri - Last post by kageri
The pink white has gained half as much weight as it should the past 2 days.  I took out Aime's house so she couldn't get away from them, gave her a supplement meant to increase milk production, and mixed up goat kid formula and critical care that I'm leaving in a low container dry for now.  If it doesn't gain weight properly in the next day or 2 I'll make the milk mix in to liquid to handfeed.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:12:59 AM 
Started by Maseman08 - Last post by gasaraki03
Can be, best if you replace the plastic with wood. And Cover up the wire mesh with fleece or wood.

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 on: April 22, 2014, 09:16:21 PM 
Started by Mannybilly1030 - Last post by Mannybilly1030
Definitely discontinue treats, and wait at least 7 days for it to clear up. If it does not clear up after 7 days or gets worse I recommend a vet visit for a stool culture. If it is a problem with the food both chinchillas will be affected. soft stools can lead to other problems if it is not managed properly. Although it's nothing to panic over it is not something that should be ignored. And even sugar free treats that are safe to give chinchillas every day can be harmful if too many are given. At least that is my take on it.

Hi and yea i did read about that and today i cleaned there cage and the mushy poops arent mushy or moist the way they were there a little bit more hard and no holes spotted anymore my brother said before they had holes they did look moist and the poops would stain the paper towel now they dont and they arent as mushy as before but they dont brake like they use to so there is an improvement theres none on his bottom there isnt sticking anywhere like how i did see before they werent stinky either so im hoping he's getting cleaned out. :)

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 on: April 22, 2014, 01:39:49 PM 
Started by En.jay - Last post by GrayRodent
I'm very sorry for your loss but I'm grateful for the one you do have. You have a very nice looking kit.

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