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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    If you are thinking of an additional/complimentary approach to managing Mousey's pain control I'd suggest contacting these folk

    https://www.britishhomeopathic.org/c...t-for-rabbits/ and also discuss it all with your Vet xx
    thanks JJ. I've had a wee read already & have bookmarked. She is very hands off is Mousey though & she doesn't enjoy travel.

    She is due a review at the vets sometime soon ish. I'm actually really happy with how she is at the moment. Her movement has been clumsy all the time I've had her but she does alright - she keeps herself beautifully clean. We'll be having blood tests at vet review to check she is tolerating metacam ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    thanks JJ. I've had a wee read already & have bookmarked. She is very hands off is Mousey though & she doesn't enjoy travel.

    She is due a review at the vets sometime soon ish. I'm actually really happy with how she is at the moment. Her movement has been clumsy all the time I've had her but she does alright - she keeps herself beautifully clean. We'll be having blood tests at vet review to check she is tolerating metacam ok
    I can identify with being clumsy !! My poor mobility means I am always falling over myself


    I think with 'hands off' Rabbits it is usually best to only do the absolute essentials with regards to long term pain management. Inspector Morse was incredible in that he would allow me to do absolutely anything 'hands on'. But I have had numerous other Rabbits whose lives would have been miserable if I attempted to do the same thing. Each Rabbit's needs are unique, even if they have the same long term condition. I am 100% certain you will do what is right for Mousey 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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