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Discussion in 'Health & Wellness' started by shad2000, Jan 12, 2020.
Hope she's alright!
Keep us updated!
Yes good thing I did, thanks!I wish you the best also!
Hello everyone!update my bun is doing a little better it looks like the redness is going away little by little. Here’s a picture kind of blurry.
Compare to how it was I’d say it looks better than it did before, \_[••]_/what do you think?
Wow , thats so much better!
I bet you and him are happy !
Yes,we sure are!!
It looks much better now
My cats sick.
Oh no really I’m sorry.. what’s wrong
She can't keep food down , she just keeps vomiting and having diahread , i'm gonna take her to the vet tonight , she has an appointment .
Poor baby I hope she gets well soon, let us know how she’s doing. Wish her and you the best
She's doing better now , i'm feeding her very small amounts every few hours , about 30-40 g every 2-3 hours
Aww that’s great
Post-surgical Monitoring for Trouble:
Be sure to carefully (and gently) check the sutures daily for a few days after surgery to be sure the bunny isn't chewing them.
Many vets use subcuticular (under the skin) sutures that cannot be chewed out, and may even put a line of surgical glue over the incision for extra strength. Ask your vet about this before surgery, so you will know what to expect.
Be alert for excessive bleeding (a bit of oozing is not unusual, but outright bleeding is a cause for concern)
Excessive redness or signs of infection such as swelling or pus are not normal.
If you see anything that causes concern, call the vet immediately for further instructions.
She's so ,much happier now!
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