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vollerei Posted - Sep 29 2019 : 08:22:06 PM
Hey all. My female sugar (age unknown - rescue from a seized household) Ezra has a slight discharge from her cloaca. It is slightly yellow in color (not milky like with skunking, but barely yellow). She doesn't hiss when going to the bathroom, and poops and pees like normal. There's no swelling, and no redness what-so-ever. Any insight would be appreciated.
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vollerei Posted - Oct 20 2019 : 08:10:57 PM
Took her to the vet a week ago when she started acting not like herself and keeping her tail curled tight. Turns out she just had a clogged scent gland. Had it pimple-squeezed out, and antibiotics for 2 weeks. Happy glider again!