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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Spay Aftercare/Vibes for Magpie

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    • A Happy Herd of Hares
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      Magpie is getting spayed on the 18th of April, and she is my first bun to get fixed…I’m just looking for basic aftercare tips and tricks! Of course I will be doing lots of researching and talk to our vet, but I would like all the tips I can get


    • Kiki
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      Critical care and a syringe, banana, or whatever her favorite is to tempt her to eat if she doesn’t for awhile. Natural fruit juice to add to her water, it can take them a while to drink. Make sure you keep her contained for as long as the vet says so she doesn’t get hurt.


    • A Happy Herd of Hares
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      Ok! Thank you for the reply


    • Bam
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      Everything Kiki said, plus something to help her keep warm (warm water bottle, handwarmers, a sock with rice to microwave). Fresh fragrant herbs can sometimes spark an appetite.

      Many, many safe spay vibes for (((((Magpie))))) ?

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Spay Aftercare/Vibes for Magpie