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    I rescued a hoggie this week who
    was out near the road during the
    day. She is 214g.
    She won’t settle and keeps scratching the hutch a giving out a high pitched squeak.
    What’s the matter with her? I’ve
    tried researching the high pitched squeak but can’t find out anything.
    She has food and water and I’m keeping her quiet
    Any advise please


    Maybe at that size he/she isn’t fully weaned and needing special milk. Are they eating?
    I know from your posts you are a rescuer but maybe speak to BHPS about it.


    Is it a squeak or a scream. It sounds like it may be in pain and screaming. Have you tested for fluke? any other parasites?

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