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just spayed bun

Post by bunnilove1.. » Sat, 26 Jun 1999 04:00:00



My 4 yr old female was spayed two days ago. She began eating on her own-
alfalfa, apples, lettuce, however she won't touch her rabbit pellets.  I
thought it might be because I fed them to her after the surgery in a
"mush form" and she might associate them with the surgery's pain. ANYONE
 have any ideas?

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Post by Els van der Vee » Sat, 26 Jun 1999 04:00:00


they are just like us, when we went trough an operation.... we don't
want the wholeweatbread, but little crakckers and a light soup. Give
her plenty of a good quality hay and not too much fruit and greens.
When she is feeling better, she will probably start eating her pellets
again. Good Luck!
 
 
 

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Post by Rhonda Matta » Sun, 27 Jun 1999 04:00:00


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> My 4 yr old female was spayed two days ago. She began eating on her own-
> alfalfa, apples, lettuce, however she won't touch her rabbit pellets.  I
> thought it might be because I fed them to her after the surgery in a
> "mush form" and she might associate them with the surgery's pain. ANYONE
>  have any ideas?

It might take her awhile to get back to normal, but how about feeding
her some in the mush form now? Maybe she actually liked them better that
way. You could gradually add the regular pellets with the mush to try to
get her to eat both. Then add more pellets and less mush.

I hope the problem is solved and that she's eating pellets on her own
again.
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Post by Rhonda Matta » Mon, 28 Jun 1999 04:00:00


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> It's okay now. She began eating her pellets again. I was so glad. She
> just needed "recovery time."

Yeah! I'm glad she's back to eating her pellets. We have a "full Moon"
again.
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Post by amy » Tue, 29 Jun 1999 04:00:00


It's okay now. She began eating her pellets again. I was so glad. She
just needed "recovery time." It just was wierd cause she had always
loved her pellets more than other "treats". Thanks for all your help
but Moon is doing great.

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