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    Default Please help

    My 8 month old grey squirrel is holding his head to the side and making grunting squeaking noises. He doesn’t appear to have drainage from the ear but he seems to be in pain.

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    Could he have fallen? Does he have neuro issues or other issues that make him NR?
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    If you can post a picture it might be helpful to those here who might have ideas to share. If you don't know how to post a pic yet, I can do it if you text it to me at 203 214-7427, but it would need to be pretty soon or I will be off the board for the night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelmommy94 View Post
    My 8 month old grey squirrel is holding his head to the side and making grunting squeaking noises. He doesn’t appear to have drainage from the ear but he seems to be in pain.
    Can you give some background on your squirrel?
    You posted and left immediatley, and your post was responded to 2 minutes after you
    made it.
    Please stay on the board when looking for help, or at
    least come back periodically to check.
    Or subscribe to your thread, and you will get an email alert,
    (if you choose that option), when a new post is made.
    When on the board, keep refreshing your screen.
    We are pretty good at answering emergencies.

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