Message Number: FHL10876 | New FHL Archives Search
Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2010 23:17:00 -0000
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Ear Biting
--- In email@example.com, "kel3154" <kel3154@...> wrote:
> One of my boys, Malcolm, has always chewed on the ears of the other ferrets but lately he has been more aggressive about it towards Minion.
Aggresion is a possible early symptom of adrenal disease (increased testosterone)
As a diagnostic you could try lupron or suprelorin implants (suprelorin will take some time, up to several weeks for its effects to be seen), these will do no harm if its not adrenal.
My Sukie's aggresive grooming (of me) was cured within a week of suprelorin implant)
Tony (not a vet), Sugar and Suki.
In memory of Sally and Sue.
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