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The girls wrestle each other all the time. I've never seen them get out of control but Dahlia is very vocal now and will screech. She has a timid personality anyway and only likes to be handled on her own terms, so it doesn't surprise me that she will get upset when her sister wants to play and she doesn't. Dahlia now has a little bite mark on her tail that is crusted and bloody. Should I put anything on it or just let it heal on its own? It's not big but has been there a few days. Is this something I should do something about or let nature take its course? They get along really well I just think Daisy is more dominant and Dahlia gets the brunt of it.
 

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I recently heard that honey is a natural antibacterial/healing agent that helps heal wounds. My mother's all natural friend was talking about using it on scrapes and cuts for people but I think it would work just as well for a ratty? Then even if she licks it off it won't hurt her.
 
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