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    Default Which Incontinent Pads Do You Use?

    As above please.

    I am using Hartz Ultraguard Dog Pads, which are good, but wondered if there is a cheaper option to try?

    Why do you use?

    Thanks
    Cara

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    Ha Ha,

    Must add, I do mean for your Rabbit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cara View Post
    Ha Ha,

    Must add, I do mean for your Rabbit!




    I have a load of Puppy Pads that I can send you if you like. These :

    http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/p...raining/191265

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    Quote Originally Posted by cara View Post
    Ha Ha,

    Must add, I do mean for your Rabbit!


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    Hi

    I buy some very similar, they have them in Wilcos (30 for 3.50) or Home Bargains (40 for 4.99). I use them for my elderly bunny.

    Pandora

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post




    I have a load of Puppy Pads that I can send you if you like. These :

    http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/p...raining/191265
    Oh! That's unexpected! Is this something that works well for you? With all your rabbits (I have the impression you have a multiple!), I am surprised you don't have a few incontinents amongst them and so would need them yourself!?

    How many/how much? (I also definitely don't want to inconvenience you if it would be easier for me to order online).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandora1 View Post
    Hi

    I buy some very similar, they have them in Wilcos (30 for 3.50) or Home Bargains (40 for 4.99). I use them for my elderly bunny.

    Pandora
    Thanks for the recommend Pandora

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    Quote Originally Posted by cara View Post
    Oh! That's unexpected! Is this something that works well for you? With all your rabbits (I have the impression you have a multiple!), I am surprised you don't have a few incontinents amongst them and so would need them yourself!?

    How many/how much? (I also definitely don't want to inconvenience you if it would be easier for me to order online).
    I only have 4 Rabbits now and non have problems in their waterworks department. I bought the Puppy pads when I got my Puppy 'Morse'. But he never needed them as he was clean in the house from day 1 !

    I dont want anything for the Pads, maybe you could just make a small Donation to ARC Rescue that would cover the cost of the postage.

    http://animalrescueandcare.org.uk/

    If you would like the pads then just PM me an address to post them off to x

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    Quote Originally Posted by cara View Post
    Ha Ha,

    Must add, I do mean for your Rabbit!

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx
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    I buy puppy pads from B&M for Hetties enclosure (Guinea Pig).

    Best I have found

    http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/q...-x-60cm-244704

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