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Old 01-05-2021, 08:47 PM
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Re: Lacerating throat or trauma during feeding?

I'm looking too. Crop issues yes, but not back of throat issues, that I can find.
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Re: Lacerating throat or trauma during feeding?

I feel like when this happens, they obviously aren't going to take it to a vet and have pictures taken of it. It probably happens a lot more often than we even know because so many people are breeding now since the price on Grey's have gone up over the years
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Re: Lacerating throat or trauma during feeding?

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I feel like when this happens, they obviously aren't going to take it to a vet and have pictures taken of it. It probably happens a lot more often than we even know because so many people are breeding now since the price on Grey's have gone up over the years
Quite possibly as result of consciousness of guilt. Sadly, many breeders are flesh-peddlers with little regard for their "stock." Hoping for benign results of biopsy and great prognosis for Sagan!
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