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Date Posted: 13:08:56 08/23/11 Tue
Author: V Fossum
Subject: Re: Sheath cleaning
In reply to: Denise 's message, "Sheath cleaning" on 10:52:31 02/27/11 Sun

My guy is just like that too. I do it about every two months, and I do sometimes find it on the insides of his hind legs. I don't know why, but it goes a bit up and down, don't know if the seasons play a part or what, but I don't hink you have to worry. Nico is just like that, 7 years old, and never had any problems related to it. There's just, a lot . . .

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