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Date Posted: 11/23/06 10:20:14pm
Author: Brenda
Subject: balding

My flying squirrel has developed a bald spot on top of his head. We thought it was from rubbing it on the box he sleeps in, so we changed it from a macaroni box to a tissue box. But the spot is getting bigger. What could be causing this?

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[> Re: balding -- Joan, 11/24/06 8:23:59pm

Check out this section on molting:
<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://tinyurl.com/yh3brd">http://tinyurl.com/yh3brd</a>

Both my two have had bald spots on the head when molting.


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