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    I am overseeing a dray of 9 fuzzy butt greys. Notice Mamaw Pea, the senior of the group has been having troubles eating. Her teeth have overgrown, probably from a face injury? She is battle scarred and grumpy, but the protector of her expanding family. Is there anyone that can help thy he old girl?

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    Default Re: Fairborn Ohio help needed

    Does she currently have babies?
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    How overgrown are they? Can you get a picture?
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    Mamaw just over sees the group. Right now, no little ones that I know of. The teeth are to the point her mouth never fully closes. You can see from a distance that they are starting to gap. I have been grinding up feed and nuts to assure that she is able to consume something, but she is starting to look rough. She's a mean old girl and wild, but I'm worried for her.

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