Contradicting a Bunny Vet?

Discussion in 'Health & Wellness' started by BlueGiants, Oct 10, 2005.

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  1. Oct 24, 2005 #41

    naturestee

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    That's good news! I agree with Gypsy,though. If the vet cut the teeth that unevenly, he may havecaused the supposed problem he was fixing. 10 bucks says thatrabbit was fine in the first place.
     
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    That's a terrible story. :X Man, I've neverbefore heard of a vet that bad. I sure hope HRS does removehim from their list! So glad to hear the bunny is in goodhands now with a new vet. :)
     
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    :shock2:That vet sounds like a complete jack$#@.Sounds like he needs a swift kick in the pants. I am glad that theowner got a better vet. Hope things are better from here onout.
     

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