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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Do I need to go to the vet? RE: Do I need to go to the vet?

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Hazel
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First of all, you’re doing great Cocoa! This is a difficult situation, dealing with your parents and an insane vet and two poorly bunnies. They are lucky to have such a caring owner!  And wow, I just can’t believe that vet, why on earth would you mutilate a bunnie’s teeth just so they won’t chew their stitches?! Ever heard of a cone??? And to do this without even telling you, is just… insane. Rabbit teeth should only be trimmed if they grow too long, and I’m assuming your bun’s teeth were the proper length to begin with. Of course they don’t want to eat, their teeth are probably trimmed way too short, exposing the nerve.  You said that the pain meds were supposed to be included in the spay, were they listed on the receipt? If so, it shouldn’t be too hard to get your money back for that, since you never received them. Not your main concern right now of course, but might be worth inquiring about, since you had to pay extra to get them from the new vet. Did the new vet take a look at their teeth?