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    There is not much else you can do other than...

    There is not much else you can do other than closely monitor his input and output, check the wounds regularly to make sure that he isn’t chewing at the sutures and that the wounds remain looking...
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    Big hugs Clare, you did what was 100% the right...

    Big hugs Clare, you did what was 100% the right thing for Bella

    RIP brave beautiful girl :love::cry::love:
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    I am glad that Hamilton is doing better now and I...

    I am glad that Hamilton is doing better now and I hope he remains well once his medication is stopped x
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    What about having a live in House/Pet Sitter ...

    What about having a live in House/Pet Sitter

    https://www.housesittersuk.co.uk/
  5. So very sorry. I suspect that she was in renal...

    So very sorry. I suspect that she was in renal failure and heart failure

    RIP Bunny x
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    Sending lots of vibes for him x

    Sending lots of vibes for him x
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    Could be an infection in the nail base. Is it a...

    Could be an infection in the nail base. Is it a front or back foot that is effected ?
  8. If the Vet advised the antibiotic dose reduction...

    If the Vet advised the antibiotic dose reduction then I am not qualified to advise you to do otherwise. Without being able to see her legs it is hard to know if the what you are seeing is inflamed...
  9. It is hard to give an exact account of how likely...

    It is hard to give an exact account of how likely it is that a Rabbit could manage with renal stones. Problems occur if the stones move and obstruct the Ureter. Also, recurrent episodes of...
  10. Anabolic Steroids are very different to...

    Anabolic Steroids are very different to Corticosteroids, the use of latter is usually contraindicated for Rabbits due to the fact that Rabbits are very sensitive to the potential adverse side...
  11. I am referring to ANABOLIC steroids, not...

    I am referring to ANABOLIC steroids, not Corticosteroids.

    I am not at Vet, but IME the situation you describe would carry a very guarded prognosis.
  12. So sorry that your Rabbit is very sick....

    So sorry that your Rabbit is very sick. Unfortunately if her kidneys are damaged then this cannot be cured, but there are some medications which can help slow the progression of renal failure, eg...
  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtU1H6L4n9s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtU1H6L4n9s
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    Cecal impaction can present in the way you...

    Cecal impaction can present in the way you describe

    ‘’ Caecal impaction occurs in some cases of gastrointestinal hypomotility. Dehydration may play a part in the aetiopathogenesis of the...
  15. One of my previous Rabbits, Hal, choked on a...

    One of my previous Rabbits, Hal, choked on a Science Selective pellet. I had to do the Rabbit Version of the Heimlich manoeuvre and after what seemed like forever the pellet dislodged. He had gone...
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    This Gut stasis is a possibility and it is...

    This

    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 ?
  25. 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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