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    I’m purely speculating, but is there a point in which, with dental (molar) bunnies, you say ‘no more’? At what point do they become unfair / unsafe to the rabbit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison Marie View Post
    I’m purely speculating, but is there a point in which, with dental (molar) bunnies, you say ‘no more’? At what point do they become unfair / unsafe to the rabbit?
    I dont think it's possible to answer your question with specifics. There are so many variables to take into account with each individual Rabbit. These may include the exact nature of the problem, the frequency at which treatment is needed, whether the Rabbit has any other health problems, how the Rabbit copes with treatment on a psychological level.

    IMO each case would need to be judged on it's own merit x


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison Marie View Post
    I’m purely speculating, but is there a point in which, with dental (molar) bunnies, you say ‘no more’? At what point do they become unfair / unsafe to the rabbit?

    Have you a specific case in mind AM?

    To a large extent it depends on the attitude of the owner and how they choose to cope with dentals ...
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