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    It can take a while for input and output to get back to normal. 7 hours is a long time for a rabbit to go without producing poo, so hope she does some soon. Is she eating hay? Her output will improve when she is taking in fibre in the form of hay. Sending vibes for a full recovery.

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    Thanks. She won't eat hay but eats fresh grass and plenty of greens. Unfortunately we have just had to leave her overnight at the vets as she's very poorly. We've a horrible feeling she won't make it. Fingers crossed

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    Sorry to see the update. Do hope she improves overnight. Well done for getting her to the vet and giving her the best chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novaswift View Post
    Thanks. She won't eat hay but eats fresh grass and plenty of greens. Unfortunately we have just had to leave her overnight at the vets as she's very poorly. We've a horrible feeling she won't make it. Fingers crossed
    Really sorry sending lots of vibes for her x

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    Quote Originally Posted by novaswift View Post
    Thanks. She won't eat hay but eats fresh grass and plenty of greens. Unfortunately we have just had to leave her overnight at the vets as she's very poorly. We've a horrible feeling she won't make it. Fingers crossed
    I am sorry that your Rabbit is so poorly I really hope she will pull through xx


    Links to information about various health problems that can affect Rabbits :
    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...ealth-Problems
    NB- If you think your Rabbit is unwell it is essential to seek immediate veterinary attention.

    The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund- a fantastic source of information about Rabbits

    https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/

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    I am sorry your bunny had a relapse and is now back at the vets. That being said, she did show improvement after her first vet visit, so with the proper meds and supportive care she may still have a chance to recover. If you get a good result, you may ask your vet or the technician to show you how they give your bunny the medications so you can continue them at home.

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    I'm very sorry to read this update this morning. I hope that she has improved overnight at the vets.

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    Sending lots of vibes for your bunny, I hope she’s improved overnight.

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    Thanks for everyones best wishes. We were terribly upset to leave her but we couldn't watch her discomfort any longer. Lola is our first ever pet, my parents wouldn't allow pets when I was a child so she means a lot to us. Hoping for a positive call soon.

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    Hope to get a more positive update from you soon. I, and many others here, will well understand your distress at leaving her.

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