Pippin is booked in for his op soon (he's 6 months old now) I've got a few questions - if anyone can help please?
He has a 2 storey hutch - is this ok or should he be on one level? (there is a 3 inch drop from the hutch into the run too).
I've been asked to take a packed lunch for him - he...
I"m so sorry @Bellasophia - its awful to be given such news, and then to have the vet deny you PTS is appalling.
The vet should respect your decision and want to alleviate any suffering - I hope you get a better response next week.
Thinking of you and your lovely Robin xxx
I've always fed Science Selective, when I first got my Alfred I fed him excel but it was too rich for him, so swapped to SS which is higher in fibre and he did really well on those.
I did try the A&P for a while but he wasn't keen.
So have stuck with SS since, although I'd recently switched...
I took Pippin for his vaccinations last night - we went to a different practice as the previous one wasn't very disabled friendly.
I asked the vet how much metaclopromide he should have in the event of stasis, I was quite surprised when he said if they get stasis just to bring them inside and...
Pippin is doing very well thank you - although the lounge is now known as bunny alcatraz, as the bunny proofing has had to be ramped up due to him being so tiny (he had a dog crate at first and managed to squeeze through the bars!).
Beautiful pics of Jessie - she looks like a wonderful person...
Just checked AAD to see if there was any news on puppy and she's here!
Freya is just beautiful!!! and the gremkitties are just gorgeous.
Please keep the pics coming :)
Hope Mr P is ok again after giving you such a scare xxx
At what age can a young rabbit be given fresh greens?
I've also read conflicting advice on how much hard feed to give - some say ad lib pellets until 6 months?
He has plenty of hay and is eating lots of that.
(I've only ever had older rabbits before)
I'd like to get Paddington a new carrier - the one i've got at the moment (Catit) is too heavy.
I'd ideally prefer a fabric one (and even better a back pack style) - but have concerns about the mesh being secure?
He's generally good in the carrier - its just for the occasional vet trips.
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