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    Glad you managed to get some!

    I like to think they help too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    Glad you managed to get some!

    I like to think they help too!
    Have you ever got the vet verdict on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Have you ever got the vet verdict on them?
    No I haven't actually, have you? I might ask John what he thinks at Phillip's 6 monthly check up in Feb if I remember would be interesting to know if they do genuinely help or if it's my imagination that Phillip is much more sprightly when he has them

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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    No I haven't actually, have you? I might ask John what he thinks at Phillip's 6 monthly check up in Feb if I remember would be interesting to know if they do genuinely help or if it's my imagination that Phillip is much more sprightly when he has them
    I had a long chat with Mousey's vet this week & said I about the decline coinciding with not having her JS tabs. She didn't rule out that they could help. She has had dog patients on the canine version who experienced what I have with Mousey. Loads of reviews of them mention how much they help arthritic buns & they seem genuine reviews by the content. If Mouse picks up they shall get the credit, if she doesn't she'll be assessed for other drugs to try on top of metacam

    Please tell me what John says

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    I have ordered some of these for Tethra to see whether they will help with his elderly wonkiness. I have ordered them from vetparmacy.co.uk, although several sites did seem to have them in stock now.

    It's probably worth a thought that come Jan 1st, supply chains might be severely disrupted, even for goods coming from outside the EU. And if suppliers have let their stocks run low atm with just around 6 weeks to go, it suggests they are not stockpiling just in case.

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    Dennis stopped eating them I will try him again but heís particularly fussy these days so I let him eat what he tells me. He eats really slowly like an old person and I think they might be abit hard work for him these days. He wonít eat them soaked. Does Mouseypie take ages to eat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    No I haven't actually, have you? I might ask John what he thinks at Phillip's 6 monthly check up in Feb if I remember would be interesting to know if they do genuinely help or if it's my imagination that Phillip is much more sprightly when he has them
    I feel like uncle John might not have much of opinion on them but I could be wrong. heís the metacam man


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    Maybe you could dsguise them - crush them & add to? Loads of reviews say they are too hard. Mousey don't care though - she really loves them
    She does eat a bit slower than J&B I think, main issue is she sleeps so much theres not enough time to eat

    Everything crossed they help Tethra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Maybe you could dsguise them - crush them & add to? Loads of reviews say they are too hard. Mousey don't care though - she really loves them
    She does eat a bit slower than J&B I think, main issue is she sleeps so much theres not enough time to eat

    Everything crossed they help Tethra.
    The trouble with mr lad is that heís not fooled and I could potentially mix with his meta cam but If he twigs I donít want him refusing his meds. Just like when I was trying to sneak 25kg worth of metacam on apple pieces now he wonít eat them I will have a think


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    Coming back to this thread. I could not find ANY in the UK last night. So I started flapping. Bob had Google search & happens upon a thread I started on them It wasnt even this one. Now I'm being blamed for telling the world about them & jeopardising our bunnies supply.

    I got some on ebay but on slow boat from the States I hope everybun else is getting theirs ok

    Its soooo frustrating how often I find these OOS

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