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    Condition Tablets.

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    Condition Tablets.

    Post by Karenn on Thu 16 Apr - 17:38

    I have bought Berty some Condition Tablets today from the pet shop. They were only £1 for 20 tablets, and look ok. They have Vitamin, A, B, C, D, and E. He seems to have a weak immune system, which then causes infection (like his ear one now) Hopefully this will help him out, abit here and there so he doesn't get to ill. Last September he had a Chest Infection - nearly causing Puemonia, he just about made it through pale He sometime gets fed, Spring green, carrots and Apple but I worry incase he gets bloat :suspect:

    Has anyone else with Rabbits used the Condition Tablets before?

    Oh and Berty had some drops before which were the same, but he didn't like it!! Rolleyess


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    Re: Condition Tablets.

    Post by Evy on Fri 17 Apr - 19:36

    no hun..I dont know...


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    Post by Karenn on Fri 17 Apr - 19:42

    Ah ok thanks. I think Linda will know more - she has rabbits too lol!


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    Post by Evy on Fri 17 Apr - 19:46

    I had a rabbit as a little girl...it ended up on the dinnertable in the house next door pale


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    Post by Karenn on Sat 18 Apr - 13:08

    Evy wrote:I had a rabbit as a little girl...it ended up on the dinnertable in the house next door pale

    That's awful pale Scared


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    Re: Condition Tablets.

    Post by storm_survivor on Sat 18 Apr - 18:29

    I've only ever tried the drops Karen. Someone did tell me once that spincah was the magic health food for bunnies. So my two get it a couple of times a week and they have not had any health problems. Not sure if it's the spinach or because they are still pretty young, 2 and 3 years. How old is Berty?
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    Post by Karenn on Sat 18 Apr - 19:11

    storm_survivor wrote:I've only ever tried the drops Karen. Someone did tell me once that spincah was the magic health food for bunnies. So my two get it a couple of times a week and they have not had any health problems. Not sure if it's the spinach or because they are still pretty young, 2 and 3 years. How old is Berty?

    Aw that sounds good Linda - Berty, has just turned 5 so he is abit of a goldie oldie Happy


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    Post by Evy on Sun 19 Apr - 8:06

    What is a normal living age for a rabbit?


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    Post by storm_survivor on Sun 19 Apr - 8:09

    Rabbits can live to around 8 years
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    Post by Evy on Sun 19 Apr - 8:10

    ohh..okey..thanks for the info Linda Hug


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    Post by Karenn on Sun 19 Apr - 13:00

    storm_survivor wrote:Rabbits can live to around 8 years

    My nans rabbit lived to 10 once Omg Such a brillant age. My mum's rabbit is 6


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