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Default Does anybody know - 07-19-2012, 04:35 PM

anything about bunnies?


My dog got a hold of my pet bunny and she's alive and there's no blood or anything. She's eating fine and can move her head, but she isn't moving her body. Every once in a while she will jerk/kick her back legs, but that's about it.


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Default 07-19-2012, 04:37 PM

My dog did the exact same. we took it to the vet and was told it happens due to shock and shock be fine in a day or tow. the bunnie may not sleep either.

But witht his said i would also recommend seeing a vet to be safe <3


  
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My dog did the exact same. we took it to the vet and was told it happens due to shock and shock be fine in a day or tow. the bunnie may not sleep either.

But witht his said i would also recommend seeing a vet to be safe <3
She slept fine last night. Her bite seems normal when I feed her, she just can't really hold herself up to eat to I've been feeding her celery since it has a lot of water in it because she won't drink her water. :\


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Default 07-19-2012, 04:39 PM

Does the bunny look like s/he's in pain?
Not sure if that's kinda easy or hard to tell. :/




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Default 07-19-2012, 04:40 PM

/Vet.
They will determine the source of your bunny's spasming.




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Default 07-19-2012, 04:40 PM

There may be some inner injuries, broken bones.
  
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Default 07-19-2012, 04:40 PM

So she's being normal and just not moving her body...
When you say that does that mean she's not movie / running / hopping around?

And how big is your dog... there is always the posability of internal bleeding especially in rabbits.


  
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Default 07-19-2012, 04:45 PM

Sounds like a sprain or broken bone to me, even we as humans refuse to move those kinds of injuries. I agree with the others, take it to a vet or someone with some actual experience with these situations.




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Default 07-19-2012, 04:46 PM

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Does the bunny look like s/he's in pain?
Not sure if that's kinda easy or hard to tell. :/
I can't tell, I mean she's just laying there and moves her head around every once in a while. So if that was me I'd be mad.. not being able to move?

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/Vet.
They will determine the source of your bunny's spasming.
The vet is so expensive, I don't have the money for that right now.

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There may be some inner injuries, broken bones.
That's what I was thinking, not sure about broken bones.. maybe something else?

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So she's being normal and just not moving her body...
When you say that does that mean she's not movie / running / hopping around?

And how big is your dog... there is always the posability of internal bleeding especially in rabbits.
Like she's just laying here, my kitten is concerned I think. Oreo is cuddling her and such, can animals tell if other animals are hurt?
The dog is small.
Anyhow, internal bleeding is what I was thinking maybe.


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Default 07-19-2012, 04:49 PM

Yes actually cats tend to hang around where there's bad energy (pain) trying to absorb it.
  
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