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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    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

    Shout if Mouse needs any before yours arrive as I bought multipacks last month on the rare occasion I actually found them in stock anywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    Shout if Mouse needs any before yours arrive as I bought multipacks last month on the rare occasion I actually found them in stock anywhere
    Aww thanks. Thats super kind. They are the one thing I worry about running out of. Actually thats a lie, I can't bare running out of anything rabbity but these are the worst. I will borrow or buy a pack of you if I get desperate. Everything crossed they wont take too long but I feel so reassurred to have a back up plan xx

    PS You're a wise bunny stoking up - I managed it til recently

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    Joint support ones? Shout if you need some I've been trying to get Clementine to take them with no luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Joint support ones? Shout if you need some I've been trying to get Clementine to take them with no luck
    Why doesn't she like them? Odin wouldn't touch them for ages, even covered in yummy stuff, but eventually I conned him into taking them in tiny pieces mixed with tiny pieces of barley ring, then gradually reduced the barley ring:supplement ratio, then increased the size, and now he nips my ankles if I don't give them quick enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Joint support ones? Shout if you need some I've been trying to get Clementine to take them with no luck
    awww thats a shame. Yeah the joint support ones. If you've given up trying her on them I can buy em off you

    I've got all 3 on them I just don't want J&B suffering like Mousey is & they're all getting on a bit (or in my vets words "they are not exactly a fresh batch" )

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollyanna View Post
    Why doesn't she like them? Odin wouldn't touch them for ages, even covered in yummy stuff, but eventually I conned him into taking them in tiny pieces mixed with tiny pieces of barley ring, then gradually reduced the barley ring:supplement ratio, then increased the size, and now he nips my ankles if I don't give them quick enough
    Idk she's very fussy, she's really overweight.. But hates most food.. And only eats hay she will eat veg but can't have it, she will strip bark off apple twigs, but that's about it tbh. We'll see, I managed to get her to take the urinary support ones before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    awww thats a shame. Yeah the joint support ones. If you've given up trying her on them I can buy em off you

    I've got all 3 on them I just don't want J&B suffering like Mousey is & they're all getting on a bit (or in my vets words "they are not exactly a fresh batch" )
    Yea I'm gunna try Penelope with them, because she's had leg surgery too now but if you need any just shout, postbox is across the road

    If Penelope won't touch them either, I'll let you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea I'm gunna try Penelope with them, because she's had leg surgery too now but if you need any just shout, postbox is across the road

    If Penelope won't touch them either, I'll let you know
    I hope you can get her to eat them as I honestly think they help. J&B rip them out of my hand. its rare Mousey can manage a whole one so I break in to several bits. Sometimes she still won't eat them until those bits get a 5-10 second immersion in cold water (no more - she doesn't like them soggy )

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    I'm going to have the same problem soon, as the Oxbow vitamin C for guinea pigs is also not available. I bought a bit of a stockpile recently, but it won't last for long.
    Sarah.

    RIP Dusty and Clover bunnies xxx
    Pearl, Bramble and Hazel guinea pigs

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I hope you can get her to eat them as I honestly think they help. J&B rip them out of my hand. its rare Mousey can manage a whole one so I break in to several bits. Sometimes she still won't eat them until those bits get a 5-10 second immersion in cold water (no more - she doesn't like them soggy )
    Have you tried leaving them open in the bathroom for a few days? They go soft after a while, like biscuits left out, would that be soft enough for her?

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