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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by FluffSlave on Tue Apr 09, 2013 2:26 pm

I am topping up the vibes for beautiful Rosie Hugs

How is she?
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by Sparky on Tue Apr 09, 2013 4:41 pm

Top-up vibes for Rosie, I am glad her poor little nose is starting to look better Hugs
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by jolovesbunnies on Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:05 pm

How is she today love?

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Post by paullp on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:52 pm

lots of vibes for Rosie Hugs
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by xLilyRosex on Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:45 pm

Thank you guys, sorry didnt see replys.

well rosie had her second injection yesterday, shes having 3 lots of penicillan every 3 days too hopefully get rid so far........nothing still looks sore and crusty, she has another injection thursday. the vet i saw yesterday said possibly pasturella.
If this dosnt work im going too be looking too get a bunny sav vet i just hope theres one i can get too.
Was annoyed when i went too the vets yesterday tried charging me 22 for the injection bearing in mind i was thee 2 seconds, after being told thursday i would only pay the injection 3.77, really wasnt happy. I dont mind saying any amount for my furkids but they take the mick, ive already spent around 300 so far and its got us nno where she still has this reacurring issue Sad. I wish i could drive so i coudl get too another vets, im sure her nose problems are due too when in their care she was attacked by a ferret, it escaped apparently Sad.

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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by jolovesbunnies on Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:03 pm

Oh sweetie, if you lived closer I would be only too pleaed to take you to the vet, we have one who is bunny savvy and we are so very lucky.

Please give Rosy a big cuddle from her Auntie Jo and I am sending one to you too.

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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by Sparky on Wed Apr 17, 2013 5:32 pm

Recommended rabbit-savvy vets near Horsham:

Seers Croft vets - Rob or Melissa are exotics specialists.

Arthur Lodge - you'd have to ask who best to see though.

Not my personal recommendations, but elsewhere on the web.



Re: the charge for the injection - I'd mention it as the vet might simply have not passed on the info that you weren't supposed to be charged a consultation fee too Thumbs Up
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by Thumper2001 on Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:08 pm

She was attacked at the vet by a loose ferret?! Shocked

I'd def explore the options Sparky has given you, hon. You don't seem to be getting anywhere with the current lot Sad
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by xLilyRosex on Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:51 pm

Aww bless u hi, Her nose is looking better today finally seeing improvement Smile. Arthur lodge is my Vets Sad.
I said about the fee at reception and the vet I saw apparently was a locum and didn't know price list, the lowest they charge is for a hamster injection 4.50. I'm just glad I'm seeing signs of improvement finally. Last injection tomorrow.
Yup when I had my girls spayed rose had complications withvhealing and had too stay in the Vets for around a week Sad. Whilst she was in there care a ferret escaped apparently and attacked her she has a weird nose now because of it. If I could drive I wouldn't still be taking them their but the nearest other Vets would take me and hour too walk Sad.
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by Rachel&Nibbler on Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:06 pm

That is awful! I know you can't control animals 100% of the time but they should have really ensured that another animal couldn't get to your Rosie, poor girl Sad
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by xLilyRosex on Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:35 pm

I know, they didn't even seem too know for sure if it was a ferret they said we think.... I'm surethe pproblems she's having with het nose stems from that in all honesty. She's such a brave girl x
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by FluffSlave on Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:03 pm

Oh, bless her and you! Sad

They don't sound like an ideal vet No
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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by gentl on Fri Apr 19, 2013 1:35 pm

Good grief! Since the injury was their fault they shouldn't charge you one red cent! Furthermore they should pay all the treatment for her to get better even if she is at another vet!

Vibes for Rosie!


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Re: Poor rosie.

Post by jolovesbunnies on Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:32 pm

I am sending you both lots of love honey. Our vet stipulates that every animal must be in a cage or restrained when in ther surgery to avoid occurrences like this.

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