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ok guys I need help I rescued a axie about 2 weeks ago. she has been super neglected for 2 years... and we have been feeding and feeding her. but i haven't seen any poo from her at all.... could be it that she is just to weak for a poo packet and it just comes out in liquid and dissolves in the water?

i need help with trying to figure out stuff we have tried refrigerating her but that doesn't seem to help... does anyone got any ideas? I'm a vet tech in training but I'm not sure what to do for her
 

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I find my really neglected surrenders can take a long time to start pooping.

I always ensure I am feeding high fat foods to keep things moving and lubed up.
 
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ya i read somthing about that online as well, but she's super super active so that's good and she's always eager to eat ( even wagging her tail when she does eat)

but she won't open her mouth like at all so it's really hard to feed her, she rreeeaaallly rrrreeeaaalllyyy loves food i might have to get a tiny rubber strange to gently pry her mouth open to see if that helps or not.... with her feeding. is that a good idea? or is there something else I can try? I don't want to stress her out by force-feeding her if i don't have to

I find my really neglected surrenders can take a long time to start pooping.

I always ensure I am feeding high fat foods to keep things moving and lubed up.
 
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