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    The vet weighed him yesterday and he was the same as August when he had his vacs, so will def keep an eye on his weight. Thank you for the help. I don't think he is feeling poorly at all. he has a special spot that he sits in when he feels poorly and he has his sad face on, sounds silly but he does

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo123 View Post
    The vet weighed him yesterday and he was the same as August when he had his vacs, so will def keep an eye on his weight. Thank you for the help. I don't think he is feeling poorly at all. he has a special spot that he sits in when he feels poorly and he has his sad face on, sounds silly but he does
    It doesn't sound silly at all. It shows that you can 'read' him really well xx
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    Buster is still having trouble breathing took him back to the vet Monday evening but he didn't do it at all at the vets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo123 View Post
    Buster is still having trouble breathing took him back to the vet Monday evening but he didn't do it at all at the vets.
    When you say he is 'having trouble breathing' do you mean 'just' the squeaky noise or does he have an increased respiratory rate/effort ?

    Did you show the Vet the videos ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo123 View Post
    Buster is still having trouble breathing took him back to the vet Monday evening but he didn't do it at all at the vets.
    Sorry to hear this. My little one never does it at the vets either ... My vet thinks it's the adrenalin which helps him to breathe better when he's stressed. I hope you get to the root of the problem

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    His breathing seems faster now and he is making a grunting/coughing noise. Going to take a video then ring the vet again. I wonder if he could have something stuck in his throat. Just got in from work and he was running round for his treat. Don't understand what could be up with him

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    Hiccups? It does look like he is hiccupping, but for 5 days now? I don't know im at a loss. Vets again in 30 mins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo123 View Post
    Hiccups? It does look like he is hiccupping, but for 5 days now? I don't know im at a loss. Vets again in 30 mins
    Do his eyes appear to be bulging a bit ?
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    His eyes look fine. He is eating everything he normally does too, plenty of hay, his greens, pellets and he has a fenugreek crunchie a day too. Just got back from the vets she thinks that it is possible he has something stuck and irritating his throat. She said she didn't want to put him under to look as the tubes will go where she wants to see. She didn't want to give antibiotics as he doesn't seem ill so she has given me some metacam and said if hes the same in 5 days then she will refer me to a bunny specialist as hes a bit of a mystery to her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo123 View Post
    His eyes look fine. He is eating everything he normally does too, plenty of hay, his greens, pellets and he has a fenugreek crunchie a day too. Just got back from the vets she thinks that it is possible he has something stuck and irritating his throat. She said she didn't want to put him under to look as the tubes will go where she wants to see. She didn't want to give antibiotics as he doesn't seem ill so she has given me some metacam and said if hes the same in 5 days then she will refer me to a bunny specialist as hes a bit of a mystery to her
    I hope the Metacam will help. It's good that he is obviously feeling OK within himself xx
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