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seanmac
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    1. JAChihuahua
      JAChihuahua
      thanks you xx

      Hope things are on the up x
    2. MoggyBaby
      MoggyBaby
      Thank you for the rep - that was most kind of you. :)
    3. welshjet
      welshjet
      Thanks for rep x
    4. Freddie and frank
      Freddie and frank
      hi, thanks for the rep.not sure what it's for though as it says N/A ?
      thankyou again and i'm off to read up on rep !
    5. danielled
      danielled
      Rabbit section even got dog chat on my brain today.
    6. danielled
      danielled
      I saw that troll in dog chat just reported the fool.
    7. Summersky
      Summersky
      Bernie knows so much about rabbits. She is a real oracle. But we have come across many uncaring owners. This is why we seem so abrupt - we care, and we feel helpless.

      I hope your circumstances improve soon. Life is hard for many at the momnet. - and I hope bunny gets better.
    8. Summersky
      Summersky
      Hi.
      Sorry you felt we were being critical. I am sure it wasn't meant that way.
      Several of us are involved in bunny rescue, or in nursing other people's very poorly bunnies. Many of those would have been healthier if they had got good vet care earlier. This makes us very passionate, and maybe you got the rough end of that. For that, I am sorry.

      What's worse is that so many vets know so little about good bunny treatments, and poor people take their rabbits to them in good faith, then are let down. Many vets are very far behind the times re treament, yet still they charge the earth.

      A good bunny vet should be trained in exotics bizarrely. I wonder, if bun has lost weight, whether it has teeth problems - ie is slowly starving and getting weak. A vet can quickly look in the mouth and see. Equally it could be EC, and Panacur might be the right treatment - but would need to be continued for a length of time.
      Or it might be an ear problem such as infection,needing antibiotics.
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