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    Only just caught your thread, Eric looks a little sweetheart, so pleased to hear he is doing much better. Sending lots of vibes for him to keep well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Great to hear that he is doing much better Is he still on both Panacur and the antibiotics ? The Panacur is usually a 28 day course, sometimes 6 weeks and the abx usually need to continue for several days AFTER all clinical symptoms have resolved
    He's just finished his 28 day course of Panacur. We've stopped giving him the antibiotic injection now but he is still taking one orally each day, which he'll be on for at least the next 15 days. I think all his clinical symptoms have gone, with him being left with the slight head tilt and the rear left leg splayed due to the muscle wastage.

    It's definitely been a rollercoaster, but very happy it appears he's come out the other side - touch wood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpath19 View Post
    He's just finished his 28 day course of Panacur. We've stopped giving him the antibiotic injection now but he is still taking one orally each day, which he'll be on for at least the next 15 days. I think all his clinical symptoms have gone, with him being left with the slight head tilt and the rear left leg splayed due to the muscle wastage.

    It's definitely been a rollercoaster, but very happy it appears he's come out the other side - touch wood.
    Great news. Even if he is left with a slight head tilt and/or hind leg weakness he will hopefully adapt to this disability.

    You may find this link useful in the long term management of any disability he may be left with

    http://www.disabledrabbits.com/

    Physiotherapy and complementary treatments such as Acupuncture and Laser therapy can help Rabbits with head tilt/hind leg weakness disabilities

    http://www.helpinghandsvetphysio.co.uk/rabbits

    https://rabbit.org/alternative-thera...20in%20rabbits.


    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.

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