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    Thank you. I will have a read up before next Wednesday and definately mention it.

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    Hope you find an answer to the poo issue. It does sound like something is amiss with her digestion. I gave my late bunny, Spenser, pro-fibre as a supplement and have just started Bertie on a few of these daily. Might be worth asking your vet about these.

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    Oooh what's pro fibre?

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    I think they are special pellets very high in fibre. Does your bunny eat lots of hay?

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    My Maple producing lots and lots of Un eaten cecals everywhere. I changed her to nearly pellet free and now I have no issues. I give her four of these a day

    I was recommended these from a fellow RU member. They smell delicious too

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    Thank you. Yes, she a really good hay eater. She's nomming away as I type!
    I will check out the Beaphar Nature. Thanks.

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    Back from the vets. Bungee has had her combi vaccination, back for vhd2 in August. The vet said there had been some local cases ☹
    Re her tum, which he brought up. He didn't think megacolon as she hasn't lost any weight. He suggested worming. I have never wormed my rabbits, always been reluctant to use the Panacur for this in case of E.C.
    Do you think it's worth a try?

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    It won't do any harm I suppose, only a 9 day course but I would give her a few days or a week to get over her vaccination. Mustn't overload her system. Imo.

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    Good idea. We're actually going away, so I think it's something I'll try when we get back.

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