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Sibling biting #1407129
02/06/17 12:05 AM
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Hello, I am new to the group and have searched many places looking for answers for my problem. We got girl sibling joeys about 6 months ago. They are in the same pouch and generally get along, but I have one sibling who continuously bites the end of the other's tail. The one who is getting bit keeps her tail curled up almost all of the time. I don't know if I should separate them or keep them together. I did try putting 2 pouches in the cage so that the one could escape from the other when she wanted some "alone time", but that doesn't seem to work either.
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Re: Sibling biting [Re: LoriJ] #1407130
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Is this happening while they are eating?

What are they doing when the one starts biting the other one?


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Hi Kimberley,
No, it is all the time. She will just be sitting there and sister will grab the end of her tail and chomp. It is ongoing.

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Can you see any damage at this point?


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Re: Sibling biting [Re: KarenE] #1407138
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The very end of her tail is scabbed but she does not mess with it (grooming). If I could just get her sister to leave her alone, it could heal. I don't want to take her away from her sister, but I don't want her sister bullying her either.


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Well if the one won't leave the other alone, you may have to separate them or you could end up with a tail amputation.

Hang another pouch in the cage and see if they sleep apart.

Keep us posted.


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I have thought about putting a piece of clear plexiglass in their cage so that they can see each other and hear each other but not touch each other.


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You could try that.


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