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Do you have pet problems?

Discussion in 'All other pets' started by FashionOffender, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. FashionOffender

    FashionOffender New Member

    Got pet problems? I can help! reply to me and maybe i can help!
     
  2. Loach

    Loach New Member

    I have a mouse that has what looks like a blak scab on the edge of his ear and pink lumps on his back :( plz help i love this little guy
     
  3. FashionOffender

    FashionOffender New Member

    ok well, it sounds like he has a rash. The black scab could be from anything. He could have been itching the rash (or what ever it is) and got it or just hurt himself. On mice little red lumps could mean anything! I suggest seeing your vet.

    -paige
     
  4. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    Hi the problem with your mouse's skin could be allergic or fungal or even dermatitis here is a link which i think you might find good reading.

    The black scab on his ear coloud be from scratching and he has scratch his little ears and made it bleed.
    Check his skin for any other problems like lumps bumps or even leasions (sp) mice and rats are prone when they get older to getting tumours and skin cancers so it would be worth while taking a trip to your local vet for a check up.
    It could be just down to something in his diet best to get it checked..

    Hope these links gives you some idea's..

    http://koti.mbnet.fi/haisulit/engp/mskin.html

    http://mouseranch.com/FYI/itchy&scratchy.html

    http://www.horns.freeserve.co.uk/mouse5.htm#scabs

    Mike
     

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