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  1. Has anyone's bunny had laser treatment for arthritis

    Doughnut will start this if I notice an improvement after her one treatment. Just wondered how much it helped others
  2. Hi all Just thought I would give an update,...

    Hi all

    Just thought I would give an update, she's still wet and not relaxing so saw my specialist again today. Upped the metacam again to 0.7ml twice a day and also he tried laser treatment on her...
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    I've bought her something off Amazon which is...

    I've bought her something off Amazon which is apple sticks with hay cakes in between. She is now eating the hay cakes when she's hungry! Not sure what else is in the hay cakes but it says only hay...
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    Yes I would definitely take her to an exotics...

    Yes I would definitely take her to an exotics specialist. Mine isn't any more expensive than a normal vets, in fact I'm there so often he doesn't always charge me for consult fees and if she stays...
  5. Yes Doughnut is on tramadol and my vets gave me...

    Yes Doughnut is on tramadol and my vets gave me the tablets instead of the medicine. I queried it and they said the tramadol was literally 10x more than before and the tablets are still cheap so I...
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    Is she still on pain relief? She may need it for...

    Is she still on pain relief? She may need it for a bit longer if not.

    I keep having to up mine with Doughnut as she's still not pain free.
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    Haha, Doughnut leaves hers a while when they are...

    Haha, Doughnut leaves hers a while when they are dry, when wet she gobbles them up and has actually put on some weight too. She won't eat any hay still after 12 weeks!
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    Pleased Snowy is doing better x

    Pleased Snowy is doing better x
  9. It is as a recovery food as more expensive,...

    It is as a recovery food as more expensive, although if you buy from VetsUK a few of them it doesn't work out that expensive. I said to my specialist I'm keeping her on them as they are high fibre...
  10. Ah you're welcome. Hope he likes them. She's...

    Ah you're welcome. Hope he likes them. She's still eating lots more when I add warm water then mash them down after a few minutes.
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    Ah bless her, hope she's OK. I won't tell...

    Ah bless her, hope she's OK. I won't tell Doughnut if your specialist is her Mark, she'll get jealous :).
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    It's worth a try, thanks.

    It's worth a try, thanks.
  13. Thank you I will send you a PM :). I know she...

    Thank you I will send you a PM :). I know she likes pear and apple, doesn't touch willow when I got it for her before. May have to look for some brambles to give that a go. I have roses so I can...
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    Could you put some sort of heating down there? ...

    Could you put some sort of heating down there? Heat pads are good but only last a certain amount of time.
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    Will the herbs grind her teeth down as she may go...

    Will the herbs grind her teeth down as she may go for them. She eats basil and coriander and dandelion leaves but don't think any of these grind them down. She won't eat fresh grass. Mark...
  16. Thread: Slow eater

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    I've no idea why he's a slow eater if his teeth...

    I've no idea why he's a slow eater if his teeth have been checked and are all ok. I think it's a good idea to separate so that you know he is getting the food since he's losing weight. Alfalfa hay...
  17. Pleased he's doing well

    Pleased he's doing well
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    Haha that's what I was thinking, bless him. So...

    Haha that's what I was thinking, bless him. So happy for you.
  19. Thread: Weird behaviour

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    Ah that's so sweet.

    Ah that's so sweet.
  20. I think it has actually helped Doughnut, but took...

    I think it has actually helped Doughnut, but took a while to kick in. She is eating well now but only pellets unfortunately and is preferring them wet but I give her some dry too once she's eaten...
  21. She won't eat any of the readigrass or alfalfa...

    She won't eat any of the readigrass or alfalfa anyway. I did try her on the vet care ones ages ago but she didn't really like them and I'm keeping her on the dual care ones at the moment as so high...
  22. No she won't eat that but thanks for the...

    No she won't eat that but thanks for the suggestion
  23. Saw specialist again and have upped her meds....

    Saw specialist again and have upped her meds. More tramadol and more metacam. I'm to call in a week and see him in two. He'll probably give her another steriod injection but it's too early for...
  24. Any ideas for wearing a rabbit's teeth down?

    Doughnut hasn't eaten hay in 10 weeks. Tried every hay under the sun and it can't be her teeth has she had them done last week! She won't eat grass either but will eat dandelion leaves!

    I was...
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    She's got alfalfa but won't eat that either or...

    She's got alfalfa but won't eat that either or the oxbow which is lovely and green. Her favourite hay which was with rose petals is untouched. I may try and get some apple sticks, I ordered on ebay...
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