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Date Posted: 21:08:21 04/05/12 Thu
Author: Kim
Author Host/IP: 65.32.53.77
Subject: Re: BQ head injury
In reply to: Chris 's message, "Re: BQ head injury" on 21:53:01 03/22/12 Thu

Thank you Chris! I brought her to my vet, and he said that while the tissue around the injury was necrotic, it was not infected. After trimming the old tissue and suturing it together, he had me apply neosporin to the area twice a day.

She had her sutures removed yesterday, her head healed up well, and her e-collar can come off this weekend. She has been dying to preen herself, lol!

I'm going to get a sheet of soft foam to glue onto the underside of her enclosure. No more boinking injuries! :)

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