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<br />Another suggestiong, if you havent already, is a tiny cap of fluids. I used a baby bottle cap filled with liquids. My first male got sick fast after recieving him. he wouldnt "groom" himself, which sounds about what your talking about. His belly was constantly in a dirty moist type state. just be cautious about trying to wash it or clean him. better to leave him a little dirty then give him a chill by trying to clean him with a damp cloth.( Check your water bottle for him and make sure hes drinking, mine had a very weak "lick" on the bottle from being sick so the extra cup helped him get more liquids faster.
*(Bottled or Filtered Water, as Tap water can be harmful with all the treatment it recieves)*
As for the no fresh fruit or Veggies, i'm not sure what diet he was being fed when your recieved him or if you changed it since you got him, but radical changes in diet can also cause diarrhea. but it's better to have them eating with diarrhea than not eating at all and getting sicker. If its from diet diarrhea it will calm.
One of the biggest concerns is with the baby food though. someone else would have to confirm, but there was a reason why baby food was not a viable "main food"(staple) food source and i think it was low on calcium or protein. *Again someone else would have to confirm.*
If you got the new glider from pocket pets (only if dont search them out or their products), until you change their diet to one you like better, it would be a good idea to add their "Glida-mins" to whatever food you were giving them. instead of putting it on the fresh apple slice every other day, add it to the food every other day. thats if you got it from pocket pets. it will at least help out with any supplements that the current food isnt giving him.
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when your lil one's tummy got moist on it, was it his poo or pee? My lil boy James, peed and pooped himself, i tried to clean because i wanted to see if he would continue peeing himself or not but as u suggested i'll leave him cuz i'd cause him stress more i guess.
today we will try canned pumpkin as many people suggested but not sure if its a good idea as the vet said no fresh fruits and veggies.