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Posted By Sarita on 10/11/2012 01:15 PM
Hi Lorenzo, did the vet do a thorough examination of her teeth?
Yes, Sarita. I've been to the vet 5 times and she checked the teeth every time.
Posted By Sarita on 10/12/2012 05:24 AM
Also has the vet done any x-rays?
Not yet, but we talked about taking it in account.
We haven't a bloodwork only urine that shows an higher ph and trace of blood and crystals (probably related to little stones in kidney or bladder). For this reason we're giving Vitamin C.
The rabbit eats a little but when he does, he does it with pleasure so I'm undecided whether to force feeding or not (it's a great stress for her) because she's losing weight.