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    Alpha Buck
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    Thanks everyone!

    He's having them burred today, but will probably end up having them removed.

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    Hope he gets over it quickly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azucena View Post
    Thanks everyone!

    He's having them burred today, but will probably end up having them removed.

    That's what happened with one of mine. He was taken into rescue with madly overgrown incisors, and at first they were burred. Depending on the severity it can sometimes return them to 'normal'.

    However it's often the case they are removed, and a rabbit ever looks back


    My lovely vet wrote this blog post:

    http://www.twickenhamvets.com/rabbit...sion-incisors/
    Reliable and up to date info on RHD2:
    An extensive and comprehensive guide to all things RHD2 - Please Vaccinate!
    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...RHD2-July-2018

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