I would do the normal rabbit protocol for stasis. Gas meds, leafy greens, fresh pineapple, tons of hay, possible Probiotic. Even if not eating, needs IV Fluids(Sub q if you can give it at home). Critical Care wouldn't hurt either.;)
I always thought the HRS list was a bit limitedand I can't view the binkybunny one, here is a safe list from our Library:):
Is there a particular veggie you were wondering about?
Yes, slowly switching to the new food over a period of two weeks is about right. I have always just added a little of the new and every other day or so add a little more of the new and less of the old.;)
Yes, but vets hate when you recommend stuff they haven't. Zithromax is a great, strong one that will fight everything. You may want to mention to your vet that Baytril is quite similar to Amoxacillin in humans, it's the least of resistance.
Hopefully, you'll get some more posts soon.
I wouldn't do any gut moblility drugs.. They cause more harm than good. There is obviously an underlying problem.. It could be a bacteria or a tooth problem or even a sinus issue...These need to be cultured I would imagine to be determined.
What I would do is Critical Care couple times a day, I...
May I ask why you're using bedding? That is an old thing. When I met/picked up the bun I currently have, the poor thing's whole cage was bedding, no litter and was molting like heck.:(
Are the buns litter box trained? What kind of bedding is it you've been using? Pine?
Just wanted to pipe up and say gross and lol. I've been following the Casey Anthony trial. All the pre-trial publicity was talk of the smell of decomposition, something you will never forget. And, plant growth, or, anthropology: forensic. Very interesting stuff!
Do you retain everything your vet says in that precious time? I don't! I swear I need to take a tape recorder w/ me! lol, good thing hubby was off work and came w/ me today, he remembers questions I asked about and her answers, which to some I don't.:shock::?:P
I'm blaming stress!