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Just letting you guys know she is completely back to normal. Gas pain I guess. I can't thank you people enough for your advice and support. I am so thankful I found this caring community! I am a new owner and will admit I have NO idea what I am doing but I just want the best for my girls and you have been an invaluable source of information and support.
Thanks to everyone who responded.
In my opinion this was caused by a "toy" that had too much sugar in it and some stale hay that they don't really like....
I got them a new bag of hay right before the storm and they do eat it but seem to not prefer it. Usually I have to refill their hay feeder more than twice a day but with this new stuff I have noticed that there is still some left in the mornings.Should have been a warning sign I guess I got them orchard grass in the past and I switched to timothy hay and they seem to hate it. The hay in the bag seemed a bit stale and im slapping myself for not getting another before everything closed. The pet stores are all still shut down so now im feeding them fewer pellets and veggies so they will eat their hay but I was just wondering if there are any particular brands that are better than others.
I am a new owner and will admit I have NO idea what I am doing but I just want the best for my girls and you have been an invaluable source of information and support.