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    He's just had another shot of painkiller to last him overnight. He doesn't have the greatest appetite and he hasn't done any further poops since then, so while I might be cautiously optimistic I'm not going to call it won until he's laying his usual monstrous offerings.

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    It has been a week since Dash had his stasis. Once he passed some poos/material he was only nibbling food that he normally ate quickly. I continued to give critical care for another day and made sure he has extra fluids to keep his GI contents very moist so it is easier for him to pass his poos while his intestines heal.
    After almost three days of Bailey being so ill he must be exhausted too. Sending you both some more positive vibes.
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    Thanks. He's eating and has passed more normal poos. He's clearly in discomfort though, although that's probably not surprising given the punishment his gut has gone through. He's got a morning appointment at the vets but I'll go over and speak to them as soon as they open.

    (I wonder if they can give me a shot of morphine as well, I've got a stonking headache...)
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    Glad he's passed some more normal poos, good luck at the vets, hope it goes well xxx
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    Sending lots more vibes and hugs, I hope the vet can help with the discomfort, and that your headache goes soon too!

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    He's good! The vet ended up not seeing him as he was improving by the time they had opened and she thought that dragging him over for painkillers would be worse than just letting him get on with it. He's abandoned the snugglesafe, kept eating and pooping and is making up for lost snoozing time. I can't tell you guys how relieved I am, I honestly thought I was going to be down two rabbits in a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindi View Post
    He's good! The vet ended up not seeing him as he was improving by the time they had opened and she thought that dragging him over for painkillers would be worse than just letting him get on with it. He's abandoned the snugglesafe, kept eating and pooping and is making up for lost snoozing time. I can't tell you guys how relieved I am, I honestly thought I was going to be down two rabbits in a week.
    What a relief ! I hope that he remains well now xx


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    Great news, Iĺm so pleased

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    that's great news ! I hope you can make up for lost snoozing time now !
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    good news!!your dedication and persistence saved his life. i know he did not give up because you were by his side.

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