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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-20-2018, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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How old was he and how long has it been going on ?: Since we brought him home. He was very young when he left his parents and siblings.


I could set up a camera but I already know he does it in his cage at times. The wife and I work every day. He has to be kenneled at least for part of it and I have heard him doing it in there. He settles pretty quick though in his cage.


He doesn't get hurt any more doing it. Which is great cause I can't stand him looking hurt.



Maybe he needs some sort of suppliment. Open to ideas.


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Vitamin C and other micro and macro nutrients were mentioned in the article.. I would get something like C-complex from Springtime Inc and add it to his feed. The c complex is mixed with bee pollen which is really awesome stuff with tons of nutrients
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Sounds like great stuff. I'll look into it.


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They are a great company with excellent prices and products
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I helped rehome a beautiful, sable tail chaser. Argh she was a total spaz. She's doing fine now that she has an owner that trains and works with her, outgrew it. She lacked containment, boundaries, engagement and training with her original owner.
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@Hineni7 I looked at that Springtime Inc on the net. Looks like a nice site. I browsed a bit and found it interesting. Thanks.


@ausdland What do you mean by containment. ??


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Yes they are a good company with tons of research and the links to them on the site.. Buy one get one free too.. Great company
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