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  1. I'm so sorry to hear you need this :( If it's...

    I'm so sorry to hear you need this :( If it's not too far, Resting Pets in Ongar seems to get rave reviews. I've never used them, but my vet uses them for her own pet losses.
  2. Yep - in the lab situation where the products are...

    Yep - in the lab situation where the products are tested on rabbits delivery bred as disease free (e.g. clear from pasteurella and ec) and living in clinically sterile conditions, they are proven to...
  3. I was having exactly this conversation with...

    I was having exactly this conversation with someone yesterday especially around where you'd draw the line on frequency of boosting and whether the same logic should therefore apply to nobivac too! ...
  4. Indeed! I wonder if the virus is more virulent in...

    Indeed! I wonder if the virus is more virulent in warmer weather for whatever reason (you'd have thought that the increased UV would be destroying it quickly) or whether it's simply down to increased...
  5. Thanks Jane...I've added one other teensy, tiny...

    Thanks Jane...I've added one other teensy, tiny thing to the list of info required for us to update the RHD2 map - and that's approximate date. Most people are reporting something that has happened...
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    Can you try and get hold of him (don't stress him...

    Can you try and get hold of him (don't stress him out by chasing him around if you can help it) and wrap him in a towel. If you wrap him up fairly firmly with just his head poking out you should be...
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    For me, this seems not dissimilar to emotional...

    For me, this seems not dissimilar to emotional blackmail and pressure on vets to do things for cheap/free for the sake of the animals is part of the root of the problem with stress and suicide in the...
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    Honestly? Sadly I don't think it would make much...

    Honestly? Sadly I don't think it would make much difference, no. Of course any bunny protected is a good thing, but it's unlikely to drive uptake by much and if it did, they wouldn't renew next year...
  9. Thread: Hutch size

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    I think for French lops you'd need to go higher...

    I think for French lops you'd need to go higher than 2ft high, even a dwarf rabbit can stretch to 2ft so a french would need much higher. Do you have space to attach a run or aviary too? The...
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    Gilmoor Vets, Gilesgate Durham are on the RWAF...

    Gilmoor Vets, Gilesgate Durham are on the RWAF rabbit friendly vet list, and I'm pretty sure one of the RWAF committee uses this practice.

    Vets4Pets are all individually owned a bit like a...
  11. Funnily enough I have written to both the RSPCA...

    Funnily enough I have written to both the RSPCA and the PDSA about this recently. If you google 'rabbit vaccinations' the one you've put there and the PDSA are the first two links on the page and...
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    Highcliff Vets Hadleigh branch is an RWAF silver...

    Highcliff Vets Hadleigh branch is an RWAF silver practice, so they are obvs bunny friendly at the Hadleigh branch - don't know if that's do-able for you? Or if not, might be worth ringing the...
  13. Thread: VHD Question

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    :( So very sorry to hear this. In answer to your...

    :( So very sorry to hear this. In answer to your questions:

    1) Not from the vaccine itself or from the body's response to the vaccine, no. But they could potentially have 'caught' it from the...
  14. Thread: Stanhope Vets

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    Yep, the UK filavac (not felivac!) covers for...

    Yep, the UK filavac (not felivac!) covers for both RHD1 and RHD2. It's generally referred to as the RHD2 vaccine because most people will already have vaccinated with nobivac which covers both myxo...
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    At that age, it's possible that she had some...

    At that age, it's possible that she had some immunity from her mum via her milk - natural myxo immunity starts to wane until antibodies are undetectable at about 8 weeks so she may have had enough...
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    The swellings crust over, and then the crusts...

    The swellings crust over, and then the crusts slowly peel up and fall off. From memory, they started crusting at about 2 weeks or so, and then it's really variable how long it takes for them to fall...
  17. Yep, it would be really hard to do a survey on as...

    Yep, it would be really hard to do a survey on as your target audience are the ones who wouldn't fill in a survey about it!

    I think the main reason sadly is that people don't think their rabbits...
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    There was a talk on rabbit feet including...

    There was a talk on rabbit feet including pododermatitis at the RWAF conference. They said that the research shows that house rabbits are far more susceptible because surfaces like carpet are much...
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    The EMA document MightyMax linked to above was...

    The EMA document MightyMax linked to above was Eravac applying for the updated data sheet to say 12m duration, but they were refused it by the EMA because there wasn't a challenge done at that time....
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    Oooh yes that is different from the one I've...

    Oooh yes that is different from the one I've seen, I'm sure when I googled it, it looked different...maybe snuggle safe do cool pod and cool pad! Let us know what you think!
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    I've got the ice pods too, I think these ice pads...

    I've got the ice pods too, I think these ice pads are very different and much more easy to nibble as they're more of a blanket/sheet type thingy than a solid thingy so they would be much more...
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    I've not used a cool pad but I have similar for...

    I've not used a cool pad but I have similar for the cats, and they also make them in larger sizes for dogs. They are really good, I don't really understand how it works, but it does :D I know these...
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    Yep, infections like e.cuniculi and coccidiosis...

    Yep, infections like e.cuniculi and coccidiosis can be passed on via rabbits sharing the same patch of grass, because they are both transmitted in urine/faeces so any future rabbit then grazing on...
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    Glad he's doing well :) When I had one with...

    Glad he's doing well :) When I had one with myxo, the scabby eyelids were scraping on her eyes and causing ulcers, so if they are inward pointing or look as if they might make contact with the eyes...
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    It really does depend on what blood tests are...

    It really does depend on what blood tests are being run, what type of analysis they need and whether they can be done in-house or need to be sent away to an external lab. Something like an e.cuniculi...
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