Pet of the Month – December

by admin on December 7th, 2009

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When we first saw her, Flopsy had been having difficulty eating her food for a few weeks. She often dropped her food, hardly eating any, and her chin was wet. It was suspected that Flopsy was suffering from overgrown back molar teeth.

This was confirmed under general anaesthetic when we found that she had developed long spurs from her back teeth which were rubbing on and pressing in to her tongue.

The spurs were rasped off and she made a swift return to full health. As rabbit’s teeth grow continually, these spurs will almost certainly return and her owner will be on the look out for any suspicious signs.

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