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Post by charliesburrow on Wed 18 Sep 2019, 9:50 pm

I just noticed my Tango was acting a little oddly. She seemed uninterested in treats, either ignoring them or taking them from my hand just to drop them. I've had her for 2-3 weeks and this is a first. I also noticed an unusual poo which I'm pretty sure is hers. It's almost sort of greenish, and wet. Is this what mouse diarrhea looks like? She seems to be eating okay right now, and I saw her take a sip of water. She's still running around and climbing some.

I've been working on switching my girls to a better food, am I going too fast? Or is something wrong?
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Post by CallaLily on Thu 19 Sep 2019, 3:58 pm

If it’s just one weird poo I wouldn’t be too concerned. Especially if you’re transitioning her into a new diet. If it’s continuous or like water I would consult a veterinarian.

It’s also not too unusual for a mouse to take a treat and put it down or ignore it. She’ll come back to it later. Sometimes they’re just too busy or not hungry or holding out for more or something “better.”

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Post by charliesburrow on Fri 20 Sep 2019, 8:37 pm

Thank you for the reassurance and advice! I've found some more, but she's been acting very normally and taking care of herself. I'm going to keep a very close eye on it and I got some supplies in case she starts getting dehydrated.
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