CONCERNED: 41 rabbits seized after a house fire in PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY , MD. The rabbits are being held at Prince Georges county animal management 3750 Brown Station Road
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
301-780-7219 Pictures can be seen here...
These rabbits are urgent. They are redlined. I got these off of Facebook.
Pet ID: A1307000
Age: 1 Year
Breed: RABBIT SH
OC Animal Care Shelter
561 The City Drive South
The flu sucks. I feel like crap. I thought I would just share my pain. I missed a few days of work already. I did go into work for a few hours today but I think I'll stay home tomorrow. I think I will get the shot once I feel a bit better.
He was a rescue that I had for the past two years. He was my foster for the first year. I figured no one other than crazy me wanted an older incontinentunsteady Holland Lop. He was definitely a little character.
I had to have Flip euthanized tonight. It was not a decision I took lightly. I could tell he was in pain and steadily declining. He could no longer stand and he was starting to waster away. He is at peace.
I'll miss his little old man grumpy face and his squeaks and grunts while he eat...
Sorry for the loss. Frontline is toxic for rabbits. Revolution and Advantage are better. Use the cat version for under 9 lbs. just in case the other rabbits need treatment too. Plus clean the cage with a vinager water mixture.
If you can get to Robbinsville there is an excellent vet at Northstar. His name is Dr. Doolan. He is there Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I will tell you that it is not cheap to go there. It is located off of 195 on Allentown-Robbinsville Road. It's close to 295 and the Turnpike.
The necrospy showed a hairball in her instestines. Her stomach was full of food. Other than that nothing else showed up.
Surgery was the last option. Dr. Doolan did consider treating her medically. When we both looked at the xray it looked a lot worse than I guess it was. Anyway, who knows.