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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    They donít spend time in the same areas, itís just me transferring stuff on the soles of my shoes that Iím worried about. Iíve got an appointment later this afternoon so will ask the vets advice. Just internally groaning at the thought of having to medicate 4 bunnies at a time. Beans and Herb are unknown on the taking meds front, but Willow Chops and Pickle are wrigglers!
    Oh dear my mum had to panacur Atticus for me once, we had the rabbit paste one, she put the daily amount of paste between two spinach leaves and he ate it all, just an idea

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    You’ve just reminded me that Willow would eat a fenugreek crunchie with Panacur paste on when she had a course when we lost Parsley. She might fall for that again and Herb has usually wolfed his crunchie down and tries to finish of hers, so he might not notice it. Definitely worth a try!
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    Personally I would panacur all the bunnies in the immediate enviroment, I probably wouldn't worry about a seperate group unless somebun was showing symptoms. Depending on the size and weight of your rabbits and how many you are treating etc it might be more cost effective for you to by the panacur 10% liquid - dosage 0.2ml/kg daily. Its worth noting though that although its exactly the same drug this version is not licienced in rabbits and some people find it for difficult to administer.
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    So, yep they have pinworms and the treatment is 9 days of panacur. Go RU! I’ve got 2 tubes which is enough to treat up to 4 buns weighing 2.5kg each. She thought that it was unlikely that Willow and Herb would be affected but that giving them a course would do no harm. Graccie thank yiu for the reminder, Squirting the paste onto fenugreek crunchies to give to Willow and Herb tonight worked well. The biggest problem was stopping Herb from finishing off Willow’s crunchie! I managed to get Pickle and Beans to take it from the syringe, but who knows how long that will last for. They’ve finally got smart to the wandering into the carrier to check it out trick...)
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    Sending them worm-free vibes and I hope it's not too difficult to get them to take the medication.

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    So glad you got this sorted out. Sending you some vibes that they take their meds well.

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    Yay! All buns are currently happy to eat a fenugreek crunchie with the panacur on it. Stress free medicating - well apart from still making sure that Herb doesnít wolf down half of Williowís too!
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    Glad you found something they like! It makes life so much easier!

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