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    This Gut stasis is a possibility and it is...

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    Gut stasis is a possibility and it is essential he is examined by a Vet this afternoon. Hope he will be feeling better soon .
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    Awwwww, they sound so cute. Can’t believe it’s...

    Awwwww, they sound so cute. Can’t believe it’s already 2 years since they came to live with you :love:
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    Is he bloated. Gut stasis can be insidious in...

    Is he bloated.

    Gut stasis can be insidious in onset. But it can also happen quickly if the Rabbit is obstructed.
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    Not for at least 10 days

    Not for at least 10 days
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    Good to hear that she is making progress x

    Good to hear that she is making progress x
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    He needs to be seen by a Vet. The symptoms you...

    He needs to be seen by a Vet. The symptoms you describe sound as though they could be neurological. It could be Encephalitozoon Cuniculi (EC). There is no ‘home treatment’ you can give without first...
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    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/showthread.php?4...

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/showthread.php?475766-Tutorial-How-to-Post-Photos
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    That’s good. Just make sure that she continues to...

    That’s good. Just make sure that she continues to pass some poo. Hopefully she will start eating for herself as the day progresses. Fresh herbs such as Coriander can get a Bunny interested in food...
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    Do you have pain relief to give her ?

    Do you have pain relief to give her ?
  10. How unbonded Rabbits behave when separated by a...

    How unbonded Rabbits behave when separated by a barrier can’t fully determine how they will be when they finally meet. Your Buck is still very hormonal and although the Doe in the cage is being...
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    A lubricant is used in the eyes to protect the...

    A lubricant is used in the eyes to protect the cornea whilst the Rabbit is unconscious as blinking doesn’t happen.
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    She shouldn’t need to be covered with blankets...

    She shouldn’t need to be covered with blankets but she will need to be indoors, if she is an outdoor Rabbit. Make sure the Vet gives you a 5-7 day supply of analgesia to give her. She should have...
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    Little Bunnies at Tea Time

    https://i.imgur.com/7vgdwi8.jpg?1

    :love:
  14. It can take 6-8 weeks for hormones to settle...

    It can take 6-8 weeks for hormones to settle after a castration.
  15. The fact that the more nervous Doe has a wet bum...

    The fact that the more nervous Doe has a wet bum is something that merits another Vet check. Her character could just be very different to that of her sister, but that should not mean she has a wet...
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    If a person can afford Vet fees then they should...

    If a person can afford Vet fees then they should not be using any of the Charitable providers such as the PDSA or the RSPCA. Doing so when the individual has the means to self fund totally abuses the...
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    I know when I had to rely on subsidised Vet Care...

    I know when I had to rely on subsidised Vet Care ( RSPCA Putney) it was made clear that whilst they would see the 3 Rabbits I had at the time I was not to obtain any more or any other species of Pet....
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    :thumb:

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  19. The Fly met an electric fly zapper . The meeting...

    The Fly met an electric fly zapper . The meeting did not end well for the fly……..
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    Glad to hear there has been some output. Given...

    Glad to hear there has been some output. Given that some of the poo was runny I really really would urge you not to feed him any more fruit of any kind, minimise pellets and encourage as much hay...
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    No offence, but I think you need to update your...

    No offence, but I think you need to update your information about the provision of Rabbit Health Care from Small Animal Veterinary Services.

    The PDSA are indeed a good organisation and offer...
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    Personally I would remove the newspaper. If he...

    Personally I would remove the newspaper. If he not only rips it but also ingests it then he could get into a lot of trouble given that he has now not had any fecal output for over 24 hours.

    Did...
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    :shock: There are loads in the London area.

    :shock:

    There are loads in the London area.
  24. When You are Stuck in Bed and a Flying Buzzing Thing is in the Room

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxDM4IijN9Y&t=31s

    Sigh……:roll:
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    Not quite comparing like with like as we know a...

    Not quite comparing like with like as we know a Rabbit’s GI tract works very differently to a humans. We know a human won’t become poorly if they don’t eat or poo for 24 hours, but a Rabbit probably...
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