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    Default Do I take both to vets?

    Is one of my recently bonded rabbits needs to go to the vet for her second injection. Should I take both of them as Im worried about the bond?


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    I always do yea its best as they then have one another for "emotional support". I also wouldn't want to risk it as time apart, esp in new bonds, could cause it to break if they come home smelling funny.


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    Thatís great. Thank-you.


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    I agree with BinkyCodie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopyloo10 View Post
    Is one of my recently bonded rabbits needs to go to the vet for her second injection. Should I take both of them as Im worried about the bond?


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    It's usually a good idea, if it's not too disruptive for the one who doesn't need to see the vet.

    Are these the annual vaccinations?
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    Itís the second vaccination for the lady bunny Iíve just adopted and bonded with my lonely little fella. The shelter didnít have time to get her second vaccination.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopyloo10 View Post
    Itís the second vaccination for the lady bunny Iíve just adopted and bonded with my lonely little fella. The shelter didnít have time to get her second vaccination.


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