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    i dont usually need the stethoscope for berties tummy unless hes not pooping...but with wickle buns its easier to listen for tummy gurgles with..too little gurgles vet trip...too many loud loud gurgles..vets!!

    sshh.....mine have survived choccy scoffing..poor old willow scoffed half a box of plain chox and never even got uspet guts....she even spat out the coffee creams!:erk:::

    our vet never could figure out how she didnt get theobromine poisoning!

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    Good Idea........I need That Also thanks for sharing.........Its really helps:biggrin:

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    Are you a animal doctor. I mean how do you know so much about all bunnies vaccines, stethoscopes etc. Great news buddy, cheers. :biggrin::biggrin: I will also use these sites for further information if I pet an animal. :coolio::coolio:

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    Useful links. My first bunny was died due to many illnesses and so often I brought 3 new bunnies. I have studied more details about bunny caring and also these links helps me for my bunny caring. Thanks a lot for sharing this.
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    Awesome this is fantastic. I think i have use for a Stethoscope tho but they look good in pink.

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    I have just purchased 2 bunnies and I am new to this. This is the first time I am keeping bunnies as my pets. Thanks for your useful links. It is fantastic.
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    One product I use on my rabbits if they get a cut or something is Vetericyn.
    Here is the link to the product home page: http://vetericyn.com/

    ~SDR

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    Default ooh i found it! my first aid meds box for bunnies is still here!

    And in need of some updating.

    since this i have lost too many buns and my kitty salem. Each bunny and any recurrent health problems has been a learning curve for me indeed...and i know so many of you have too.

    shopping online i use VETUK and some others. I buy my syringes,food,litter for the litter tray,hibiscrub,fibreplex,protexin items from them...but it pays to shop around it really does..but i can share prices and places but these are in the UK...some sites sell internationally...i think i can find some if i look.

    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/
    They deliver to a lot of EU countries but not to canada or usa.

    SYRINGES
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/veterinary-su...ter-box-p-7803

    PROBIOTICS
    protexin sachets...add to food or water...to rehydrate make up one sachet to 50 ml water and syringe it into bunnys mouth
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...rodents-p-1175

    fibreplex paste
    high fibre carrot flavoured paste for bunnys who are on antibiotics,have start of stasis etc
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...rodents-p-1180

    powder to syringe feed rabbits not eating
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...bivores-p-2426

    now they do a fine grind one..even easier to mix and syringe feed.
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...nd-100g-p-2747

    These are pellets i affectionately call...poopy pellets! They make a great topping for buns who need a little tummy help...my old buns hated them but buns ive had since go crazy for them!
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...00g-pot-p-1178

    These tablets have been sugar free for a while...and make excellent treats for after meds or to just give as a reward.
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...tablets-p-9686

    they do a couple of anti flystrike sprays...even a housebun can get flystrike..its why i try to put insect mesh on hook n loop tape around the inside of the window frame. But i have to confess ive never used a spray but come summer next year i will be.

    mite treatments
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...ents-c-649_418

    flea treatments
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/advantage-fle...ipettes-p-1173

    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/advantage-fle...pipettes-p-229

    litter for litter tray
    this is the one i use ..i have used many and i monitor the buns to see if they dont like it anymore or develop allergies
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/cat-accessori...er-30lt-p-2484

    worming paste/ treatment for E. cuniculi
    cheapest ive found it anywhere

    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-suppli...aste-5g-p-1105

    these treats are soo amazing...has helped all my moulting buns...those already with GI probs have these every day along with meds when they are used. Especially my little lionhead cross bunny who gets string of pearl poops...and whenever hes been bonded hes groomed his partner so much...but these help a lot...
    http://www.vetuk.co.uk/rabbit-treats...animals-p-1854

    feel free to make additions!

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    Default You forgot!!!!!!!!!!!!

    You forgot the most important item of all!!!

    Vetericyn!!!

    This is a non-toxic wound healer that can be sprayed anywhere, including eyes, mouth, and noes. It even works on humans as well! Any time any of my rabbits gets some kind of boo-boo, I spray some Vetericyn on the wound once to twice a day (depending on how bad the wound is) for one to two weeks and bam! It's healed!
    I had two bucks get into a fight at a rabbit show and the one buck tore up the bottom lip of the other buck and I kept spraying Vetericyn on the wounded bun and 2 weeks later you can hardly even tell he was bit! And, the best part, he is still showable!

    Here is the link...

    VETERICYN
    http://vetericyn.com/

    This stuff really works!!!

    ~SDR

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