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The Velveteen Lop channel on YouTube has added 2 new videos. One on dental trims and one on extractions. I was really impressed by them! They're NOT for the faint-hearted as it does show medical procedures. Along with sounds of the dental drill and also a rabbit being put under anaesthesia. So if that sort of thing bothers you, don't watch these videos!! There are other videos on the channel that are less daunting if you wish to view them.
I now have much respect for veterinarian dental specialists. What a small area to work on!
Jersey - WOW...What a great video. Very educational. I got sucked in to other videos regarding rabbit dental health and I found out that MediRabbit has a Youtube Channel which included the same video and educational videos.
I'll have to put this up in our links section as I suspect that Medirabbit will continue to add and it can be really great resource!
I loved the detail and explantions of the video- the labeled x-ray gave a perfect view of what exactly was wrong with the bunnies mouth.
Wow that is cool. Awe the little bunny tongue. Yes the xrays were very well detailed. Poor bunnies. Gosh I definitely know Stella was feeling a lot better. She could eat. Poor girl.