New Baby Holland Lop - What is This Color Please?

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  1. May 16, 2018 #21

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    That's what I thought too.....So then what? If I zoom in on her face i think that's chinchilla colouring though right?
     
  2. May 16, 2018 #22

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    I’m not sure... I’m not an expert on rabbit colouring just yet so hopefully someone else will be more of a help;)
     
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    She looks like a blue shaded to me
     
  4. May 16, 2018 #24

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    I thought perhaps the photo may have been somewhat overexposed and so I darkened it a little to take away the amount of sunshine shining on her....look what I found. Does this look better.....definitely a Chin right? Off to collect her tonight :) :)
    Bijou 8 weeks old.png Bijou 8 weeks old a.png
     
  5. May 17, 2018 #25

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    B25B2398-CD19-45E5-A25B-BE6AE8A2AFEC.jpeg Exciting!!! I think you could call your bun chinchilla, if it was me I probably would call that her colouring. Picture gives an idea of a chinchilla coat
     
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    Yes....If I turn back her fur that's what it looks like :)

    Would you mind looking at a thread i just posted under medical problems? I think my first baby might have mange mites!!!!
     
  7. May 17, 2018 #27

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    Can someone please urgently take a look at my thread just posted, under "Health & Wellness"....PLEASE
     
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    I had a look and it doesn’t look too good.... I would seperate her from your other rabbit to prevent spreading, and keep her dry - no wet grass or wet environment. Apple cider vinegar in her water could help get rid of mites, otherwise keep a close eye on her.
     
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    Do you know the Revolution dosage for one so small? 444 grams
     
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    I have Revolution for Puppies & Kittens for less than 5 lbs, on hand as it happens.

    6% Selemectin
    15 mg
    0.25 mL (60 mg/mL)
     
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    18mg/kg
    18mg/kg - 0.444kg.
    so 18 x .444
    = 8mg
    Revolution is very safe, talked to the folks at pfizer more recently and they were talking about dosing as much as 60x the minimum being totally safe, but necessary for many types of applications, (min typical dose is 6mg/kg)
     
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    (Got this info from another post on rabbitsonline)
     
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    ok.....so that's 8mg for the 444 gram baby? Which is how many cc's?
     
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    0.05 cc per kg so you could give 0.025 cc. You can’t really overdose a rabbit with revolution anyway, so don’t be too scared to give her too much-she should be fine
     
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    Always better to overdose than underdose with parasite treatments! I also replied on the other thread but see jimjam replied on here so hope you’re okay :)
     
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