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    Why do bunnies always wait until my day off to need a vet?! After working the weekend and Monday, Tuesday as an RVN, my own bunny decided to wait until yesterday to be a bit quiet and then there wasn’t much improvement this morning so into work we went!

    Nothing like going to work when you’re not meant to be there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMacU2 View Post
    Why do bunnies always wait until my day off to need a vet?! After working the weekend and Monday, Tuesday as an RVN, my own bunny decided to wait until yesterday to be a bit quiet and then there wasn’t much improvement this morning so into work we went!

    Nothing like going to work when you’re not meant to be there!
    Well if you will let them go online and Google every possible Bunny Health problem and then convince themselves they must have it you only have yourself to blame !!

    Hope that poorly Bunny is feeling better now xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Well if you will let them go online and Google every possible Bunny Health problem and then convince themselves they must have it you only have yourself to blame !!

    Hope that poorly Bunny is feeling better now xx
    She’s a bit spaced out from the buprenorphine injection and then decided she didn’t want metaclopramide or ranitidine! Has been munching some hay and out in the garden with her brother so fingers crossed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMacU2 View Post
    She’s a bit spaced out from the buprenorphine injection and then decided she didn’t want metaclopramide or ranitidine! Has been munching some hay and out in the garden with her brother so fingers crossed!
    Hopefully she'll soon be 100% better xx


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    Hoping your bunny is feeling much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Bunnykins View Post
    Hoping your bunny is feeling much better.
    So do I x


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    Hi! Thankfully she never stopped eating so I think stasis was caught before it really came to anything! On meds for 5 days but so far so good 🙂

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMacU2 View Post
    Hi! Thankfully she never stopped eating so I think stasis was caught before it really came to anything! On meds for 5 days but so far so good 🙂

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    Sorry, missed your thread. How's she doing now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMacU2 View Post
    Hi! Thankfully she never stopped eating so I think stasis was caught before it really came to anything! On meds for 5 days but so far so good ��
    Phew !!


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    Still eating, drinking, pooping but not quite 100% yet but looks to be getting there. It was one of those you just ‘know’ somethings not quite right and with the high temperatures recently I was worried about that. Of course she has to prove me wrong with a slightly low temperature (but not low enough to be concerned)!

    Here they are yesterday




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