Ailment Photos Needed

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pamnock

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I'm doing a power point presentation on rabbit ailments next weekend and am looking for interesting photos to add to my presentation. If anyone has any photos medical conditions that I would have permission to use for my presentation for local youth, please post them on this thread. I still have the ones that people gave me permission to use last year, so no need to re-post those.

Many thanks for your help!
 

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[align=center]Would a broken leg be a medical "condition"? =O
 

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Hi Pam :)

Here's one of an abscess that I'm currently treating on Yofi.

This first picture was taken the morning he was going to the vet (a week ago tomorrow actually)...the abscess had broken in the night but was still pretty red and angry.



And these next were taken yesterday. Still red and raw in spots, but the abscess itself seems to have almost disappeared (hopefully).





Hope these help. :)
 

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Not an ailment per se....but our "alien baby" lionhead whose fur didn't come in for 45 days and then when it came in - it was funky..

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I realized I actually had two different ones - here is the one that lived the longest (18 months maybe??)....I forget about the other one - I think it went to a pet home because it seemed normal once it got its hair in.

I wrote to the genetics lady who wrote those books and the only thing we could come up with was that it was recessive genes....I wish I could find the emails now.











The two were actually from two separate breedings from different rabbits (and different lines) a few months apart...
 

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Here's him with the cast on:



Here's an xray:
http://i775.photobucket.com/albums/yy35/BaileeDanielle3/IMG-0001-00003-1.jpg
Just the link cause the pic is huge!

And here's a picture after he got his cast off, it's the one on the right. The one on the left is twisted because he was leaning over to lick his back. Notice the one on the right is crooked, and has sores from the cast on it.


A little after that:

(the one on the right again)

And here is it a week or more later:


Now I can hardly tell them apart!

Here's when Sabriel got a brief eye infection (healed up quickly). But it's very blurry so I dunno if you'd wanna use it :biggrin:


And here's SLIGHT sore hocks on Sabriel:


They haven't bled or anything, but they're red and there's hardly any fur around that spot.

I bet he came from a pet store bunny-mill think before I adopted him from the Humane Society =( He's had a lot of problems (minus the broken leg).
 

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How long did Sabriel have to have his cast on? I think the kids will find the x-ray and cast photos very interesting!
 

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pamnock wrote:
How long did Sabriel have to have his cast on? I think the kids will find the x-ray and cast photos very interesting!
Would you like some other pics of other casts he had? He had his cast for 5-6 weeks. He had to have a bandage change every Monday for that whole time- without anesthetic because at the emergency vet said he did very poorly under it.

The emergency vet said that the way the bone was broken, it wouldn't heal and it would just rub back and forth painfully. We almost had it amputated (the vet we go to said his leg was too small for pins). But it healed BEAUTIFULLY. We're so glad. He walks on it funny now (since it's slightly oddly shaped) but he uses it to it's full extent ^_^
 

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[align=center]You have pics of the first cast above, which was put on the Saturday that he broke his leg.

That monday he got a cast change into this one:


Excuse his messy cast- he kept stepping in his cecals because he couldn't eat them with the cone on.

He always looked so silly laying in a cone.


Excuse the poop, I just let him out and started taking pics before I cleaned it all up XD.
Also, excuse the water bottles... I have no excuse for that, lol!

This was the only picture I got of his next cast (changed on the next monday), it was yellow with green dog bones on it. UGLY!


The cast after that was the same, also on the next Monday.

The next cast was a bright NEON pink. I can't find ANY pictures of it. Guess I didn't take any... .__. I thought I did, and Sabriel looked hilarious in it!

The last cast... I don't remember what it looked like, I think it was just that tan colored gauze. It was THAT insignificant. It didn't have any splint in it, it was just a soft one.

Here's a silly picture of Sabriel licking his cone... just cause it's silly. XP


And also, here are the two other x-rays that the emergency vet did =).. also in links cause they are also huge!

http://i775.photobucket.com/albums/yy35/BaileeDanielle3/IMG-0001-00001-1.jpg
http://i775.photobucket.com/albums/yy35/BaileeDanielle3/IMG-0001-00002-1.jpg

Also if you want, you can take clips from these three videos:
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[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unbnmgGEWrw&feature=related[/ame]
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMQRBNMVuCw&feature=related[/ame]

The bunny with the white blaze on his nose, Liam, has the head tilt (well, did, but it's healed enough now). But you can see the neurotic damage, or whatever, he's always bobbing his head.
 
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