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    Sending lots of vibes to Peanut xx

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

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    Hope Peanuts doing ok today, and had a good night xx
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    I'm glad she managed her op ok. Lots of vibes for Peanut xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Poor Peanut. I hope the Vet will have arranged lots of follow up care as Peanut will need very regular monitoring. Rabbit's teeth grow continuously, so the teeth opposite all the ones removed may now grow too long/at the wrong angle/develop spurs as the dental occlusion will all be out of kilter.



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    Update - Peanut is doing fab! Eating well, drinking and pooping well! Back to wanting cuddles and everything!!

    Still having a problem with the needles blowing off the penicillin syringes -_- even the vet said it happens to them sometimes!
    Tried warming them in my hands and drawing them back then pushing air out and then injecting and still sometimes happens!
    Going to see if they'll give me a change of needles when I ask for a replacement for one that blew tonight!

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    So pleased to hear this, well done Peanut xxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddie220790 View Post
    Update - Peanut is doing fab! Eating well, drinking and pooping well! Back to wanting cuddles and everything!!

    Still having a problem with the needles blowing off the penicillin syringes -_- even the vet said it happens to them sometimes!
    Tried warming them in my hands and drawing them back then pushing air out and then injecting and still sometimes happens!
    Going to see if they'll give me a change of needles when I ask for a replacement for one that blew tonight!
    A change of needles is always essential, IME. Also, I am sure you know that it is really important to completely clean up any of the Penicillin that has gone onto Peanut's skin/fur to avoid him (or any other Rabbit) ingesting it. Sending Peanut lots more vibes xx


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    NB- If you think your Rabbit is unwell it is essential to seek immediate veterinary attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddie220790 View Post
    Update - Peanut is doing fab! Eating well, drinking and pooping well! Back to wanting cuddles and everything!!

    Still having a problem with the needles blowing off the penicillin syringes -_- even the vet said it happens to them sometimes!
    Tried warming them in my hands and drawing them back then pushing air out and then injecting and still sometimes happens!
    Going to see if they'll give me a change of needles when I ask for a replacement for one that blew tonight!
    This has happened to me in the past and so what I do now is to hold the syringe at the needle join part with my left hand, whilst using my right hand to inject. You do of course need a rabbit who will sit still whilst you do this and I find this is more likely with the rabbit sitting on the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddie220790 View Post
    Update - Peanut is doing fab! Eating well, drinking and pooping well! Back to wanting cuddles and everything!!

    Still having a problem with the needles blowing off the penicillin syringes -_- even the vet said it happens to them sometimes!
    Tried warming them in my hands and drawing them back then pushing air out and then injecting and still sometimes happens!
    Going to see if they'll give me a change of needles when I ask for a replacement for one that blew tonight!
    Great update.
    I had needle clogging with bicillan. Vet even gave me larger needles to help get it out of bottle and only a bit smaller to inject.
    Vet may have syringes where needles screw on , though they may be larger and not not as good for maasuring small amounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    A change of needles is always essential, IME. Also, I am sure you know that it is really important to completely clean up any of the Penicillin that has gone onto Peanut's skin/fur to avoid him (or any other Rabbit) ingesting it. Sending Peanut lots more vibes xx
    Good to know.

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