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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise H View Post
    Yes you advised Echinacea when you advised me last year. I got some but it didn't seem to make a difference over the 4 months I used it. I still have it. I may try again.

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    There are other immune boosters that I use too

    Also, you should give echinacea over a three week period, then take a break before beginning it again.

    How much did you give?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    There are other immune boosters that I use too

    Also, you should give echinacea over a three week period, then take a break before beginning it again.

    How much did you give?
    I think it was 4 drops in 200ml, and I changed it every other day. I didn't know about having a break after 3 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise H View Post
    I think it was 4 drops in 200ml, and I changed it every other day. I didn't know about having a break after 3 weeks.

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    If you put it into the drinking water there wouldn't be enough potency for it to work. That's way too low!

    You would need to actually syringe the dose into the mouth of the rabbit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    If you put it into the drinking water there wouldn't be enough potency for it to work. That's way too low!

    You would need to actually syringe the dose into the mouth of the rabbit!
    They don't like the syringe and I was risking getting bitten! How much would I need to put in the water for it to work do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise H View Post
    They don't like the syringe and I was risking getting bitten! How much would I need to put in the water for it to work do you think?

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    Oh I see! I can't recommend putting it into the water at all I'm afraid.

    Putting it onto food (small piece of bread?) would be a better option
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Oh I see! I can't recommend putting it into the water at all I'm afraid.

    Putting it onto food (small piece of bread?) would be a better option
    I may try that then. How much Echinacea would they need each?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise H View Post
    I may try that then. How much Echinacea would they need each?

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    Louise, please PM me about this
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    Declan's vets went well, he's right weight, temperature and all that, just a runny nose and slight infection, so Baytril for him for a week!

    at least its nothing serious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Declan's vets went well, he's right weight, temperature and all that, just a runny nose and slight infection, so Baytril for him for a week!

    at least its nothing serious

    I hope that clears it up Ross, and sorry for invading your thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Declan's vets went well, he's right weight, temperature and all that, just a runny nose and slight infection, so Baytril for him for a week!

    at least its nothing serious
    Hopefully the Baytril will bring about some improvement. Is your Vet going to review Declan at the end of his treatment ? I ask as sometimes treatment may need to go on for longer than 7 days x



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