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What do you think I left my baby girl with evil Rabbit Specialist in Sydney.

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  1. Feb 17, 2019 #1

    Susan Maree

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    I new here I wanted to ask if anyone is aware of a safe kind bunny only doctor in Australia that could be trusted. thumbnail_20190131_001556.jpg thumbnail_20190131_001622.jpg thumbnail_20190131_001705.jpg 20190117_202909.jpg
     
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    Imbrium

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    I'm in the US so I can't recommend anyone from experience, but try the House Rabbit Society's listing of rabbit-savvy vets.
     
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    Susan Maree

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    Thank you..We have been to a cruel evil Rabbit Specialist in Sydney they hurt my baby treated her and us really bad they diagnosed her wrong. They gnored we took her there fear of of broken bone or fracture to the lower back and pelvis.
    She went from a shift to a lip-to not standing on her left side at all to fav -her right-side to move-about we-stopped that rushed her to this evil place..which are told to be-the best in NSW. (Not)

    She was hurt with the injury in the photos. I fear they dropped her and she would of been so scared and screaming she is having nightmares.
    They found a mass in her lower near utrus not proven to be cancer.. They told as due to her age she likely has cancer even there is no proof.. take her home and wait for her to die.
    Not even talking about her lower body and legs why she can't stand or walk.
    But has full feeling and can stand for a very short time on the right leg. After they touched her she can stand or walk for long. nothing wrong with her it's the tumor..
    Took her for a second app to a GP- she looked at her injuries and the photos x rays. She the GP vet told us your little bunny has two slipped disc near the left side of her hips below this is why she can not stand and we need to look at doing ultrasounds to look for fractures.
    She is not crippled like they told she is in a lot of pain and there is mussel and nerve damage this will prove over time with a lot of care and painkiller. She told the photo ..on the back of the pelvis..she-asked did they drop her? find out. There is a lot more to tell in this story of events.
    Now- she is in her made up bed with soft paddings and a small area to move around which she is doing not to full standing she has a weakness and a wobble steady herself with rolled up blankest and towels for surport. She is on a two hour watch- cold and heat massage. We make sure she drinks and eats take her meds..Cuddle her to sleep , she sleeping next to me and my daughter and her little never-land friend West. We help her stand to pee and poo, she can do this herself with alot a unsteady on her legs.
     
  4. Feb 17, 2019 #4

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    Check the list Imbrium posted. There are listings for rabbit savvy vets. But the only rabbit specific clinic(and guinea pig) that I know if is in Melbourne, the Melbourne Rabbit Clinic. Maybe you could contact them and ask them for a vet recommendation near you.
    http://www.melbournerabbitclinic.com/

    You might also find this link helpful as it has information on caring for a disabled rabbit.
    http://www.disabledrabbits.com/
     
  5. Feb 17, 2019 #5

    Imbrium

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    I'm so sorry for what your little bunny is going through! That's gotta be so heartbreaking for you... heck, it brings tears to my eyes as well. I'm so glad you got a second opinion. I hope her injuries can be fixed and she can be healthy again! I'm guessing the second vet gave her pain medicine? That alone will do a great deal to help her - pain is very stressful for rabbits. Give her extra cuddles and nose-rubs for me and my bunnies!

    If you make a new thread in the Health and Wellness part of the forum about the slipped disc diagnosis, you may be able to find other forum members who have been through something similar and can offer their advice.
     

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