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Posted by: Lea1984 | 2008/10/09

Question 395

Hi there, i have still had no luck in finding a vet to treat my chinchilla. Would you please be so kind as to ask whilst you attend that conference you told me about?

Many thanks.

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Dear Lea1984

Will reply with details to this mail on monday.

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Posted by: Lea184 | 2008/10/16

Thanks all for your help! I really do appreciate it! :)

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Posted by: Willemien | 2008/10/15

Dear Lea
Cybervet asked me to reply to your question. I suspect your chin may have dental disease, which will have to be evaluated by an experienced exotics vet. I recommend you contact the exotics clinic at theVeterinary faculty (Onderstepoort)- 012 5298105. Ask for dr Elliot, who has chinchillas of her own and lots of experience.

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Posted by: sparrowhawke | 2008/10/10

contactbrettrussel 0117061381 or freeme wildlife centre in jhb theywill tell u whom would help u

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