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    Good news

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    Thank you everyone for the support and vibes.

    Vet found nothing wrong with her.
    Given metroclopromide injection and told to keep up with pain relief for a couple days.

    Take her back tomorrow for investigations if she's still not right.

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    Good to hear

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    Glad she is ok

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    Good positive news and still sending vibes for the girls. xx

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    All good . Now loads of vibes for Daphne tomorrow x

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    Just seen this. Hope Phoebe continues to improve overnight and things go well for Daphne tomorrow xxx

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    Daphne has now gone into stasis following the vet visit

    I'm giving her pain relief and git mobility meds as advised by my vet. We will be cancelling the appointment tomorrow and rebook it for next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    Daphne has now gone into stasis following the vet visit

    I'm giving her pain relief and git mobility meds as advised by my vet. We will be cancelling the appointment tomorrow and rebook it for next week.

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    My poor sensitive girly. Is it the travel or vets she gets upset by? I hope she turns it around quickly

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    Oh Daphne I hope that the meds help her improve quickly.

    My rabbits got so stressed when I used to take them to accompany another rabbit, who had a vet appt, that I stopped doing it. It didn't affect their bond and I found that the fact that another rabbit was there didn't appear to help the stress levels of the rabbit with the appt. either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    My poor sensitive girly. Is it the travel or vets she gets upset by? I hope she turns it around quickly
    It's the whole situation... going in the box, going in the car, strange smells etc. It doesn't seem to matter if she's handled or not, she still gets very upset.
    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Oh Daphne I hope that the meds help her improve quickly.

    My rabbits got so stressed when I used to take them to accompany another rabbit, who had a vet appt, that I stopped doing it. It didn't affect their bond and I found that the fact that another rabbit was there didn't appear to help the stress levels of the rabbit with the appt. either.
    I do think about trying that but Daphne is such a natural stress head and they took so long to bond in the first place I'm worried they will have a bond breakdown.

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