Lesson(s) I've Learned While Trying to Take Care of a Sick Bunny

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  1. Dec 9, 2004 #81

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    Bringing this post back for our new member, Abbi.

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    Buck Jones wrote:
    That's funny my rabbits practically took my hand off when they got their papaya tablets
     
  3. Feb 1, 2005 #83

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    Bump for Dr. Kraz.

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    Carolyn wrote:

    Thats very true, Faye well give a thump to that:D
     
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    I know all about the forgiving. Basil still hasn't forgiven me for the surgery she had a month ago for a blockage and Daisy is still mad because Basil was gone, or maybe because she came back....they aren't the best of friends:). Daisy won't even come out of her cage unless I drag her.

    I've found Buck's "bunny burrito" to work really well.Anything I have to medicate (except my big dogs) get all wrapped up for the ordeal and it can be an ordeal. My cat Lucky gets daily meds for a chronic sinus problem and he runs as soon as he sees the bottle.
     
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    I'm soo glad your bunny is ok, what an ordeal.
    medicating a bunny is no fun.
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    My bunny was diagnosed with Coccidea, so I have to give him medicine orally as well. I put a blanket on the floor, place him on the blanket, and wrap him up nice and snug. I hold him against my body, only his head sticks out,and he takes the syringe alright. Hope your bun gets better soon!
     
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    bump for Lissa...don't know if it will help or not but thought it might


     
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