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Thread: Chemical castration. Any knowledge welcomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    It sounds like you want the very best for your rabbits

    Good luck for Friday!

    Yes I would agree - at least 6 weeks post neuter for bonding. Hopefully before the colder weather sets in x
    The very best I can offer

    I learnt most of what I know about them from here a long time ago now. Still learning.

    We have a down stairs loo and utility room. No heating and freezing in the winter, so perfect for mid winter bonding. Just not looking forward to sleeping on a freezing floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie14 View Post
    No idea. Sounds like it could be painful, so wouldn't want to do it on top of the castration. But I will talk to Trinity Vet on Friday. Thank you

    Glad to hear you're with Trinity Vets! Yay!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie14 View Post
    sorry.

    Did you find a marked improvement on male behaviour when they were on it?

    Shame about Rainbow Rabbits. But I tgink Liz did more than her fair share of caring for very poorly rabbits. Hope she's ok
    Yes, although in one of the Bucks the efficacy of the implant reduced after the 3rd one. That was in part due to the specific type of adrenal tumour he had (malignant, not all of them are). It was actually Mark (Rowland) who recommended the Lupron to me (for my Bucks !!) x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie14 View Post
    The very best I can offer

    I learnt most of what I know about them from here a long time ago now. Still learning.

    We have a down stairs loo and utility room. No heating and freezing in the winter, so perfect for mid winter bonding. Just not looking forward to sleeping on a freezing floor

    No, you mustn't sleep on a freezing floor. Not even for your bunnies!

    I had a roll up mattress in my kitchen the last time I bonded

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    No, you mustn't sleep on a freezing floor. Not even for your bunnies!

    I had a roll up mattress in my kitchen the last time I bonded
    It has to be done, doesn't it. Do you use Trinity too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie14 View Post
    It has to be done, doesn't it. Do you use Trinity too?

    My vet has consulted with Mark from Trinity Vets and we know how good he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrie14 View Post
    It has to be done, doesn't it. Do you use Trinity too?
    Not as a regular customer, I use Twickenham Vets. They are not 'Exotics Specialist' but they are very Rabbit Savvy. I have had contct with Mark both directly (with my own Vet's knowledge) and also via my own Vet. The poor bloke probably thought I was stalking him !!

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