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    Thank you, just spoke to vets and they said yes to trying Metacam for next few days....

    It's been non stop cleaning up his pee and bottom!

    Thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    I would give the Vet a call. At the moment all Vets are having to change how they conduct some consultations due to Covid 19. Face to face consultations being for Emergencies only and most Vets are not permitting Clients to enter the Surgery, the Pet has to be handed over outside. A telephone Consultation/Video Call in the first instance may lead to the Vet suggesting a trial of Metacam for a few days to see if it helps.

    Hind leg weakness is quite obvious to see, the Rabbit struggles to hop effectively, they may stumble/fall over. They do find it hard to jump ( into a litter tray for example). There are various possible causes of hind leak weakness, arthritic pain being just one

    https://rabbit.org/hind-limb-weakness-in-the-rabbit/

    I am sure that your Vet will want to help if you give him/her a call
    He hasn't been stumbling or falling over. But I have noticed that he doesn't lie down flat as much?

    He also makes more of a belching/grumbling sound - is that something I should be concerned with?

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