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  1. krsbunny

    Help needed for little Pandora

    Oops ... sorry... Here is the corrected info for Lynfield Veterinary clinic: 122 White Swan Rd 1041 Auckland New Zealand Vet's Name: Dr. Kevin Turner Phone: 09 626 4335 Fax: 09 626 6360 Email: [email protected] Kathy Smith
  2. krsbunny

    Help needed for little Pandora

    I used to have a Pandora rabbit too! She was very special to me. I found these on BunSpace: Onewa Veterinary Hospital 181 Onewa Rd, Birkenhead 0626 Auckland New Zealand Vet's Name:Dr. Richard McKee Phone:(09) 4183360 Fax:(09) 4192304...
  3. krsbunny

    I'm so afraid if I loose Buffy (RIP)

    Rabbit + Laptop Keyboard = "disaster" Trust me, this is the voice of experience. My first laptop was missing the shift-lock key for several years after Dante hopped on it (the other loose keys I was able to re-attach, but not that one) ... until something else broke on it and I had to get a...
  4. krsbunny

    I'm so afraid if I loose Buffy (RIP)

    I have had one e.c. (symptomatic) bunny that chewed at her legs. She did not seem to be in pain. Rather, it was more like there was a neurological "misfire" that caused her to do that. However, it is definitely something you will want to watch, monitor, and address before it becomes clearly...
  5. krsbunny

    I'm so afraid if I loose Buffy (RIP)

    Thanks Treasured Friend for getting my attention. Sorry I've been "out of it" ... dealing with human family medical issues. Ditto what others have said about the 3 A's ... and trusting your "gut" to know whether to follow a vet's advice. Doctors and vets trained only in Western Medicine have...
  6. krsbunny

    Touched by a Rabbit (new book) Now Available

    You see Mithril every time I post :bunny24 Kathy (who has been away with various human family crises)
  7. krsbunny

    When Your Rabbit Needs Special Care

    Actually, Touched by a Rabbit is not a "how to" book at all. It is a book of entertaining (and true) rabbit stories. Something we hope will appeal to non-rabbit people! Kathy
  8. krsbunny

    When Your Rabbit Needs Special Care

    I certainly have no problem with it, but need to run it by Lucile to be sure. Please "nag" me privately if I don't respond in a few days. I got my copies of Touched by a Rabbit today and am busy with "marketing" under the direction of HRH King Murray. Will have more time after Easter (I hope)...
  9. krsbunny

    Touched by a Rabbit (new book) Now Available

    Contact The Bunny Bunch [email protected] Here is the ordering info for the book on their site (don't know how international shipping is handled ... if it is "automatic" through the shopping cart or not). http://www.bunnybunchboutique.com/books.html Kathy
  10. krsbunny

    Touched by a Rabbit (new book) Now Available

    Yes, that is definitely HRH King Murray on the cover! Mithril will have his own cover soon. K
  11. krsbunny

    Touched by a Rabbit (new book) Now Available

    What do you answer when someone asks you “Why rabbits?” TOUCHED BY A RABBIT: A Treasury of Stories about Rabbits and their People [/i]offers 39 entertaining and unique answers to that question. I am pleased to announce that the latest collaboration between myself and Lucile Moore is now...
  12. krsbunny

    Winston Not Feeling Well

    I'm very happy to hear that Winston seems to be improving. We humans tend to be very "impatient" about the recovery process ... it is often "two steps forward and one step back." As long as the trend is toward improvement, the best thing you can do (especially given what you said about having...
  13. krsbunny

    Metoclopramide -- A Different Perspective

    No, I was not saying anything negative about either Dana or Randy! Both are experts in their own way. I very much appreciate that Randy is skilled and experienced and knowledgeable -- and that he points out in every post I've read that he is NOT a vet. (Yes, that may be partly for his...
  14. krsbunny

    Toby won't eat!

    Ya just can't trust most men to keep their stuff picked up ... and then they complain when a bunny eats it (especially if it is a remote!) Glad things are good this morning. K
  15. krsbunny

    Toby won't eat!

    Since we're discussing simethicone... the one caution I have with simethicone products (especially the infant formulas -- haven't recently looked at the adult ones) is to check the Inactive ingredients. Most (perhaps all?) include a sugar-alcohol such as maltitol, xylitol, sorbitol, etc. One of...
  16. krsbunny

    Metoclopramide -- A Different Perspective

    Thanks for reminding me of the other thing I wanted to say! I think Gabriel's story was an excellent example of how important it is to take into account "patient preferences" when deciding how to proceed with treatment. It has been easy for me keep that perspective with a diagnosis of cancer ...
  17. krsbunny

    Metoclopramide -- A Different Perspective

    It's Kathy playing "Devil's Advocate" again... While I have a great deal of respect for Dana Krempels and what she brings to the world of rabbits ... just in case anyone here is unfamiliar with her, it is important to understand that although she does have a PhD in biology, she is not a vet...
  18. krsbunny

    getting Whiskers to eat critical care

    This is just my personal opinion ... and I know many, many people disagree with me on this subject ... but if one of my bunnies in this situation is eating hay I don't try to force-feed. Instead, I pester them with strands of hay (when they take a break) or try to tempt by hand-feeding soppy-wet...
  19. krsbunny

    Metoclopramide -- A Different Perspective

    Yup, now you know how I felt when I came onto this forum and started reading the perspective on motility drugs. Totally blown away. Safety when it comes to drugs is always a "relative" term. Very fewof themfall into the "always/never" category. There are always risks and benefits. Also, it...
  20. krsbunny

    Medications Discussed in Naboo's Thread

    Hi Maureen, I totally understand how very, very, very lucky I am to have the vets I have to work with. I explicitly express gratitude for that several times a week -- and any time I have an appointment with one! If what I said came across at all judgemental,that was absolutely not my...
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