Didn't want to eat

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LetaRayn

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Hello

My one year male rabbit wouldn't want to eat for 8 hours. He was fine eat and play then suddenly the symptoms of being uncomfortable and sick showing on him like hunch his stomach to ground until he isolated himself and didn't eat anything.

I gave symithcon every hour and and force feed him apple juice and massaging his stomach .

I really don't know what wrong with him and I can't reach the vet .

So what can I give him food expect from Apple juice? I don't have any products or medication expect this?
 

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Do you have critical care? if not you can soak the pellets in water and force feed your bunny with it or use mashed banana. So your bunny get food in the system and try to start the stomach to work. Just fluid won’t make a stomach work as good as food can do.

Keep on doing what you are doing with massage, force feeding and gas drops and try to make him go around. Movements will help the stomach to work.

I hope he will get better and you get in contact with a vet.
 

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Unfortunately there is no such critical care for rabbits or animals in here journal. I don't have pellets and the vet is not option for me. but I try give him mashed banana and try to make him go around
Do you have critical care? if not you can soak the pellets in water and force feed your bunny with it or use mashed banana. So your bunny get food in the system and try to start the stomach to work. Just fluid won’t make a stomach work as good as food can do.

Keep on doing what you are doing with massage, force feeding and gas drops and try to make him go around. Movements will help the stomach to work.

I hope he will get better and you get in contact with a vet.
 

Hermelin

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Unfortunately there is no such critical care for rabbits or animals in here journal. I don't have pellets and the vet is not option for me. but I try give him mashed banana and try to make him go around
I hope he get his stomach working and get better. I know the feeling you are going through.
 
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