dehydrated diamond

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    oreo1 Well-Known Member

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    Well only recently (today) have I taken to believe my 17 month old diamond appears to be dehydrated. Neither his behaviour nor appetite nor anything has changed though...except the odd 2 poos instead of the usual one, which I heard was a symptom. However clean water is provided and always available. Will trying to defrost the food in water be a good idea to add hydration? Of course the only reason I think it's dehydration is because of the pinching the skin test, and it falls back slowly (not straight away anyway). He is still alert and active and I am very confused why he would be dehydrated if there is water available...:shock: Would appreciate any help/advice. Cheers
     
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    soak it in a warm bath
     
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    oreo1 Well-Known Member

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    Ok thank you I'll do that. For how long?
     
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