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Date Posted: 06/21/07 9:16:59pm
Author: Melissa
Subject: Sick Squirrel?

My 6 year old squirrel has recently been breathing very heavily. He's been acting normally otherwise, but every once in awhile he stops and sits and rubs his nose or pauses to breathe. Can anyone tell me what's wrong and if there is anything I can do to help?

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[> Re: Sick Squirrel? -- Sandy, 07/ 6/07 9:52:16am

>My 6 year old squirrel has recently been breathing
>very heavily. He's been acting normally otherwise, but
>every once in awhile he stops and sits and rubs his
>nose or pauses to breathe. Can anyone tell me what's
>wrong and if there is anything I can do to help?

Could be a respiratory infection. Reguardless, I'd get him to a vet ASAP.


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