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Old 07-07-2016, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Not sure where to exactly ask this, but here we go. Today I gave Ollie his foot bath, just like any other day. I usually do it in the bathroom sink so I can easily add or remove water. Sometimes our faucet leaks, or Ollie gets his nose in the bath water when he climbs to the slope and splashes down. He's been sneezing and licking his nose a lot, but there's nothing coming out (like mucus, etc.). How long until he finally gets the rest out of his system? On a different fourm, someone suggested to the owner to turn his hedgehog upside down and hold her there so it drains? I'd be worried about doing this, and I'm just looking for a way to help him out.

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