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Thread: Jazzie in a severe state, glucose 18.2, lactate 11.6 - what does this mean? U/D #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    Thank you
    I just had an apple and it immediately got her attention and she stole some off of me - so she's definitely Jazzie again (her 'thing' is stealing my fruit. You cannot get past her with fruit - she always knows)
    It's just so lovely to see her back to her happy self. She's always such a happy little bun and you'll often hear her making these happy little grunts or honks, especially when eating or cleaning herself. She's the most vocal bunny I've ever known!
    It's so wonderful to see her back to herself in that way.
    I am so pleased to read the latest update and that Jazzie is feeling a lot better



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    So glad she is feeling better

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    Really pleased to see your latest update

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    Aaaw. Glad she is feeling better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ILoveMyBunny~ View Post
    Thank you
    I just had an apple and it immediately got her attention and she stole some off of me - so she's definitely Jazzie again (her 'thing' is stealing my fruit. You cannot get past her with fruit - she always knows)
    It's just so lovely to see her back to her happy self. She's always such a happy little bun and you'll often hear her making these happy little grunts or honks, especially when eating or cleaning herself. She's the most vocal bunny I've ever known!
    It's so wonderful to see her back to herself in that way.

    Please vaccinate your rabbits for RHD2 as well ..
    Two more house rabbit deaths just confirmed


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    Aw, she sounds a real sweetie, I'm so glad she made it through

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