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Old 11-18-2010, 10:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was snuggling Hiccup tonight when I noticed a little cut under his chin. It wasn't there yesterday, I think maybe he has dry skin and scratched himself a little too hard maybe?
It isn't much of a cut anymore as a small scab, it looks like a scratch. I put some flaxseed oil around it just to keep the area from getting too dry and irritated and then I put a little bit on the top of his nose where I saw a dry patch.
I'll keep you posted, Hiccup has a history of getting small cuts, he had them on his nose and ears when I first got him... so I am going to keep an eye on it.

Also, sorry for the poopy feet picture lol
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Old 11-18-2010, 11:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Paprika had two little scab/cut things under her chin a day or two ago too! they both looked just like that sorta ..but they are both gone now.. I'm thinking she has dry skin on her back and all over her tummy too, so much so she's lost a considerable amount of tummy fur, but I got jojoba oil and I've been rubbing all it over her back and on her tummy almost everyday so I'm hoping that will help her dry skin! I was kinda worried when I saw the little cut/scab thing too, but I figured if it goes away then I'm sure it's nothing important, and they both did! so it must not be anything that important???????? at least I hope not!?
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