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Thread: Roisin is Very Sick- U/D 8th July

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    Default Roisin is Very Sick- U/D 8th July

    Please, please send vibes. We think we are going to lose her.
    Acute abdominal problem, but NOT gut stasis
    Obstruction ruled out

    On numerous meds

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    Oh no, poor girl, really hope the meds work, sending a million vibes for her xx
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    Oh no, Roisin I really hope the meds help. Sending loads of vibes for our precious girlie.

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    Thinking of you and Roisin, and hoping she shows some improvement very soon xx
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    Thank you

    Has anyone had any problems related to a Bunny ingesting A LOT of the supposedly safe willow chew tunnels ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Thank you

    Has anyone had any problems related to a Bunny ingesting A LOT of the supposedly safe willow chew tunnels ?
    No, I've not had them. Have you had these ones before? Which ones were they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Thank you

    Has anyone had any problems related to a Bunny ingesting A LOT of the supposedly safe willow chew tunnels ?
    Sending so many vibes for her


    Atticus and my pigs eat willow tunnels like they're hay, with no problems. But doesn't willow have a mega weak painkiller substance in it? Maybe not the dry version Idk. I could be talking out my **** there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Sending so many vibes for her


    Atticus and my pigs eat willow tunnels like they're hay, with no problems. But doesn't willow have a mega weak painkiller substance in it? Maybe not the dry version Idk. I could be talking out my **** there

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    Salicin - supposed to act like mild aspirin. My bunnies seems to just destroy willow stuff but I've never seen them eat it.

    Millions of vibes for Roisin xx

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    Sending lots of vibes xx

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    Has she had xrays to rule out a piece of willow twig where it shouldn't be?

    The willow in itself shouldn't be an issue. I presume it's not treated with anything (doesn't need to be). I've never had an issue with willow branches, although they tend to be fresh ones, or ones I've dried for winter forage.

    Willow bark used to be chewed for pain relief, before aspirin was developed.

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