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RE: June Chat - Vienna Blue in France 6/28/2016 3:06 AM
Q8 you are very kind but they did not!. It was pathetic to watch. People who are paid astronomical amounts of money for high performance which was not carried out... at all.... very sad....
RE: Spay preparations? - bam 6/28/2016 3:05 AM
Sounds good! But 1 ml CC is very little, do you mean 10 ml?...
RE: Spay preparations? - Gina.Jenny 6/28/2016 2:37 AM
all sounds like she's doing great...
RE: Tips on picking up rabbit (only when necessary) - Azerane 6/28/2016 2:19 AM
Looking forward to seeing how everyone progresses with handling their bunns...
RE: Spay preparations? - Mel94 6/28/2016 1:37 AM
We took her back to the vets this morning because she hadn't started eating on her own. Her stomach didn't feel blocked and she's quite alert, so they gave us some Emeprid for her digestion and Loxicom for pain. They also showed us how to hold her with the wound (which is doing well and so small looking!) and how to secure ...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Gina.Jenny 6/28/2016 1:17 AM
Our recent adoptee, Podge is not neutered, on the advice of two vets. He is quite definitely male, and I have never seen his show any interest in mounting any bun, even his gf, Gina, though she has mounted him a few times. He does love chinning things though....
RE: Little bugs? Fruit flies maybe? - bam 6/28/2016 1:11 AM
Floppylop, this is an old thread. We ask members not to revive old threads, so as to not create confusion + when medical matters are discussed, new methods and remedies develop very fast. Fruit flies will be attracted to vinegar so you can put vinegar + water in small bowls around the room to catch them. If there ar...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - bam 6/28/2016 1:06 AM
That's a great start!  From what I can remember from my boy's neuters, the sacks shrivelled pretty fast. But how long it took for the hair to grow back I don't remember. It was only a small area they shaved though. This is what it looked like the day after the surgery:...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Karla 6/28/2016 1:03 AM
quite sure I found the willy. ...
RE: Rabbit suddenly started thrashing - bam 6/28/2016 12:37 AM
You can cool their ears with cool water. They regulate their body heat via their ears. Be very gentle though, apply the water to a cloth and wipe the ears with it or gently dab some water on to them. Don't use ice-cold water. As Roberta is saying, frozen water bottles will cool the surrounding air so the buns don't have...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Karla 6/28/2016 12:15 AM
He is showing no sexual interest in my female (I have never had a male, even neutered, who when he first met a new female did not run after her making oink noises and trying to hump her, even when he is sick), he is fighting with her, and she has always been the easiest to introduce to other rabbits (neutered males and fema...
RE: June Chat - Azerane 6/28/2016 12:01 AM
Well I made it through the working day with no sleep, who knows how. I came home, chatted to Dory for 5 minutes and then went to bed and slept for 3 and 1/2 hours. Recently woke up feeling super awful (I was starting to get sick already anyway) and really hungry. So now I have to find something to eat. Dory, the little pig,...
RE: 1st birthday!! - Azerane 6/27/2016 11:57 PM
Oh my, she is so cute! Happy 1st Birthday! What a cake and one very spoiled bunny...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Azerane 6/27/2016 11:56 PM
Because rabbits can retract their testicles into hidden "pockets" it's unlikely that you would still see them after this time unless you're really digging around hunting for them. What's his behaviour like?...
RE: 1st birthday!! - bam 6/27/2016 11:46 PM
Happy birthday, cutie! She looks a bit puzzled, maybe she'd forgot about her big day =) Beautiful cake and beautiful bunny salad!...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Karla 6/27/2016 11:42 PM
Hmm, okay, but wouldn't there still be the empty sack left for a while? I really cannot remember how long after you can still see it....
How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Karla 6/27/2016 11:36 PM
Hi, I get a new rescue this Friday. Apparently male and apparenly neutered. However, he is not acting like a male at all, or a neutered rabbit. According to the shelter he arrived May 12 and was neutered shortly after. I just checked him, and there are no signs of sacks or that fur has been shaved off...wouldn't there stil...
RE: How long after can you physically see they have have been neutered? - Roberta 6/27/2016 11:30 PM
Depends on how good the vet is. Most of my boys you really couldn't tell within a few days....
RE: Rabbit is peeing everywhere! - EllieandThumper 6/27/2016 11:26 PM
Hi, Thumper is 1 1/2 years old and is neutered. And here's an update: now he AND my other rabbit have been doing this! She is 1 year old and is spayed. She has been doing this for the past week. She is doing this some times in her litter box but sometimes outside her house too. The thing I don't understand is that they bot...
RE: Concern of her recent behavior and her poop - bam 6/27/2016 11:09 PM
The "abnormal" poop in your pics are cecals. Normally you never see them, because the bunny eats them as soon as they come out. It's very common for a bunny to produce excess cecals when its on some sort of meds, especially antibiotics. Antibiotics kill many of the good bacteria in the bunny's gut, and that means you often...
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