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Old 06-25-2019, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Body going limp

I'm a new hedgehog owner and my Hazel who is only 6 months old is doing some frightening things. She has been diagnosed with WHS by 2 breeders opinions and 2 vets. She has zero control over her two hing legs due to paralysis. When she balls up, her legs never ball anymore. But recently she has been going limp randomly. I don't think it could be hibernation because her living area is 77F at all times with a heating lamp. When she's not limp or in that state of daze, she is eating and drinking well. I just changed her food because t
Her previousowner was feeding her low quality cat food, which explains her green poops, but could it be poisoning her? Is this related to her WHS? She has some milky white ooze from her vagina too. The vets said they had no idea what would cause any of it. Please help. I rescued her and I wanted to give her a better life, but I barely had the chance.
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