I guess what I'm asking is will this spray act as an antibiotic and keep infection away? I'm fairly confident that I can safely determine whether or not a wound needs vet assistance based on how big it is, where its at, etc. I'm assuming anything gaping open or actively bleeding would need to see a vet?
So I let them play. Put them in the same cage and they immediately balled up. I decided that wasn't a good idea so I took them into the bathroom (no tent at the moment) - with toilet lid closed etc of course - and they ran right to each other pretty aggresively. I hissed and kinda pulled at one of them and they left each other alone. Through a very slow process of sniff sniff treat treat I got them acting KINDA civil. I'd say it was about 30 minutes. The aggressive one (Casper) is still putting his ears back and making funny faces. :(
When first seeing each other out in the open bathroom, poor Casper had another seizure. First one I've seen in at least a month or two (three or four total now). He twitches with his mouth open like he does and then froze up / drooled a little bit. He was back to normal a lot faster than usual though.
Sigh.. this is so stressful. :(