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Hugo's There
21-08-2011, 02:19 PM
Valerie needs her incisors burred :):)

When Valerie arrived here around a year ago her teeth were in the most dreadful state. You can feel her lower roots pushing through her jaw, her incisors were at all angles and would snap off all the time and her molars were terrible. The lower ones grew spurs that would not damage her tongue but rather grow over it and trap it against the bottom of her mouth :(

Now after several good dentals things are looking up. At the end of July at her check up she needed no work on her molars for the first time :) She also needed her incisors burring at the bottom for the first time ever. As I said before they always broke off themselves. And her roots are no worse (we always thought we would loose her to abscesses within months) :D:D

Now 4 weeks on she needs them burring again. They have actually grown fast enough and strong enough to need doing so soon. I am so pleased for her :D :love: I am hoping good vet care and a decent diet for the past year means she is turning a corner at last :)

paulinejoe
21-08-2011, 02:39 PM
:D Thats great news! Just shows what the right care can do ;) xxx

KarenM
21-08-2011, 02:47 PM
It does sound an odd thing to be pleased about at first glance, but in Valerie's case it sounds like very good news for her. :thumb: :D

susie bun
21-08-2011, 02:48 PM
Well done! :thumb: I remember her arrival, especially her long nails. :shock:

Hugo's There
21-08-2011, 02:50 PM
Well done! :thumb: I remember her arrival, especially her long nails. :shock:

And her fat tummy. We even took her to the vets for an ultra sound to check for pregnancy :shock: I swear given her tummy and state of her teeth she must have been fed on cake!

Hugo's There
21-08-2011, 02:51 PM
It does sound an odd thing to be pleased about at first glance, but in Valerie's case it sounds like very good news for her. :thumb: :D

I don't think her incisors will ever be strong enough to be removed, but its good to see them growing (regardless on angle) rather than finding bits of them spat out on the floor!

susie bun
21-08-2011, 02:52 PM
Was she the time Steve went to the vet with two bunnies and came back with three?

Hugo's There
21-08-2011, 02:57 PM
Was she the time Steve went to the vet with two bunnies and came back with three?

Yes :lol:

How do you remember so much about everyones bunnies?? :D:love:

Hugo's There
24-08-2011, 12:17 PM
Valerie had her lowers incisors burred today and once again her molars are fine.

So proud of my girl :love::love:

susie bun
24-08-2011, 12:20 PM
Valerie had her lowers incisors burred today and once again her molars are fine.

So proud of my girl :love::love:

Well done Valerie! :thumb:

Is she a good hay-eater?

Hugo's There
24-08-2011, 12:23 PM
Well done Valerie! :thumb:

Is she a good hay-eater?

No :lol::lol:

susie bun
24-08-2011, 12:26 PM
No :lol::lol:

Well whatever's keeping her molars in order is good news. :love:

Hugo's There
24-08-2011, 12:56 PM
Well whatever's keeping her molars in order is good news. :love:

Are Fenugreek crunchies good for teeth :? :lol::lol:

Drapski
24-08-2011, 01:02 PM
That's great news that she's doing so well. She's lucky to have ended up with you so she can have the care she needs :D