What I have is Bicillin which has both Procaine and Benzathine. I keep it on hand at all times. I always read and was told to not use everyday or for a long period do to immunity build up but I do know you can not believe everything you hear. I just try to be safe. The vet is hard headed. He went to school with my brothers, he is around 32 or so. Mom said he always acted like a snob, haha.If it is not in the text book or accepted as a safe medicine for a species he flat out refuses to even try it. I know some people can be stupid and want to try something to risky but being the only vet around willing to treat rabbits he should be open minded and willing to research "alternitive" treatments. Ok, the last paragraph as be a bit confused. I doubt there is a law against them consulting with you, it is Kentucky we are talking about. What laws we have are never inforced it seems. I talked for a good hour with him before letting him do Becca's spay. He told me how he did things and what he flat out refused to use because he did not feel safe using it, like using anything but gas to put them under. He agreed to give her a shot of that medicine I can not remember the name and send metacam for her to go home on, he said he was not allowed to perscibe narcotics to go home on. Then after he surgeryhe would not tell me but insted had the lady at the desk tell me he refused to give me it for her. I had to fight for the stuff, you would had thought it was gold or something. "I will not be responsible if the rabbit dies from overdose. It is not approved for rabbits, Dr. Hallbrook will give it but I will not be responsible." Ended up that the dose the Dr. told me was just right. Is Chloramphenicol a normal cat/dog medicine or is it for like horses or something? I will sure call him but I have a feeling I am going to hit a brickwall unless Hallbrook will give it to me.