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    Default science recovery - HELP PLEASE (rosie)

    ive got a sachet what do i do? do i add water to it all or just abit, please rosie needs something, and won't touch anything ive got syringes just need to know what to do
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    Cut the end off your syringe before you try to get the food stuff into it.
    Make the science recovery into a thickish paste - it needs to be thin enough to get into the syringe though....good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shel View Post
    Cut the end off your syringe before you try to get the food stuff into it.
    Make the science recovery into a thickish paste - it needs to be thin enough to get into the syringe though....good luck.
    thanks should i do the whole lot of the packet at once or just abit?


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    Also in the past I have found putting normal science selective pellets in a blender to make a fine powder. Then add water to it again.
    Then you can add things like dried dandelion too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shel View Post
    Also in the past I have found putting normal science selective pellets in a blender to make a fine powder. Then add water to it again.
    Then you can add things like dried dandelion too.
    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by mini lop1 View Post
    thanks should i do the whole lot of the packet at once or just abit?
    Do only a small amount to start. It will keep covered in the fridge for 24 hours ish

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    I am giving Recovery to Pie at the moment for her GI stasis.
    For the whole packet mix it with 70mls of water. I do this then leave it in the fridge so I can go back to it whenever I need it ready made.
    EDIT: Make sure you mix it up so it becomes a liquidy-paste. If you leave it in the fridge stir it up abit as it tends to settle and seperate slightly.
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    if shes not eating anything i would pop her along to the vet hun, its nearly 12 hours til normal surgery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shel View Post
    Do only a small amount to start. It will keep covered in the fridge for 24 hours ish
    thanks, ive given her 3 syringe fulls for now


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    i too am syringe feeding recovery after a trip to the vets tonight for peppers stasis.its the 2nd time hes had it in about 6 or 7 weeks.

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