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This topic contains 3sd replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Sirius&Luna 7 months, 4 weeks ago.

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    rayshyuan
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     My 6.5 years old holland lop has recently been diagnosed with heart failure. 

    She was doing fine all the while with her medicines until 2 days ago when her hind legs were unable to move, leaving her front legs to move her around. Now, all her limbs are very weak and she has barely the strength to move around.  She also cant eat by herself 

     I dont wish to bring her to the vet as I think She will get too stressed and not make it. 

    Any advice on how I should care for her properly? 


    #1894293

    Bunny House
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    If she is acting like that, that’s not a good quality of life and she must feel horrible, she should be taken to the vet and the vet asses what to do next. I’m sorry you’re going through this, but she really needs to be seen


    #1894294

    kurottabun
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    Sorry to hear that she’s unwell It does sound like a sticky spot to be in, but at this point seeing a vet might be unavoidable as she might not be able to make it even if she stays home. At least having a professional rabbit savvy vet evaluate her fighting chances would shed some light on the extent of her illness.

    Hope all goes well for you and bunbun.


    #1894297

    Sirius&Luna
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    I understand your concerns, especially with the added risk of a heart attack. I would at least call the vet and ask for their advice – they might think that it’s essential and worth the risk to bring her in.


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