BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > DIET & CARE > Rabbit Dental Procedure Videos
Last Post by AnnaW at 8/24/2011 12:27 AM (9 Replies)
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User is Offline jerseygirl
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2/05/2010 9:01 PM

The Velveteen Lop channel on YouTube has added 2 new videos.  One on dental trims and one on extractions. I was really impressed by them!  They're NOT for the faint-hearted as it does show medical procedures. Along with sounds of the dental drill and also a rabbit being put under anaesthesia.  So if that sort of thing bothers you, don't watch these videos!!  There are other videos on the channel that are less daunting if you wish to view them.

I now have much respect for veterinarian dental specialists.  What a small area to work on!

Whoever says "It's only a rabbit" has obviously never loved a rabbit.

User is Offline BB
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2/05/2010 10:12 PM

 Jersey - WOW...What a great video.  Very educational. I got sucked in to other videos regarding rabbit dental health and I found out that MediRabbit has a Youtube Channel which included the same video and educational videos.; 


I'll have to put this up in our links section as I suspect that Medirabbit will continue to add and it can be really great resource!  


User is Offline Sarita
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2/06/2010 2:26 AM
Very cool! I'm pretty sure too that Pixel, the velveteen lop and Medirabbit collaborate on their videos as well. I'm definitely going to watch these since Pepe gets those dang molar trims all the time.

User is Offline KatnipCrzy
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2/06/2010 7:43 AM

I loved the detail and explantions of the video- the labeled x-ray gave a perfect view of what exactly was wrong with the bunnies mouth.

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User is Offline bunnytowne
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2/11/2010 6:56 PM

Wow that is cool.   Awe the little bunny tongue.   Yes the xrays were very well detailed.   Poor bunnies.  Gosh I definitely know Stella was feeling a lot better.  She could eat.  Poor girl.

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User is Offline Beka27
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2/13/2010 2:45 AM
SWEET!!!!!!!!!!! I don't have time to watch them right now, but I cannot wait!
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User is Offline kralspace
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4/02/2010 6:10 AM
wow, those are great videos. That poor bunny with the curved front teeth is what Toby looked like when the shelter got him, except 2 had actually pierced the lip. How the heck do they have room to do anything in those tiny mouths, that is amazing.
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User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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5/16/2011 3:32 AM
I would like to watch them to see what the procedure is all about but it would probably make me more nervous and feel even worse about bringing Bindi in tomorrow so I can't bring myself to watch.
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User is Offline BB
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5/22/2011 12:25 AM
LPT -- Maybe watch it AFTER Bindi has recovered. Then you know for sure she is just fine after all of that. It can be a little hard to watch if you think of your own bunny, but the bunny that they do the procedure on is completely sedated, no suffering bunnies!

User is Offline AnnaW
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8/24/2011 12:27 AM
My bunny had this done just yesterday, and has recovered wonderfully! As soon as i got him home from the vets and let him out of his carrier, he was bounding around and climbing on me like usual! I think although the video looks quite scary, it's definitely for the best if your rabbit has dental problems, and mine seemed to enjoy the adventure!
'Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It is about learning to dance in the rain'. "Sometimes,' said Pooh, 'the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” ― A.A. Milne

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