It's not too far from us so that's good and it's big and new and super-cool. Us bunnies don't like vets poking and prodding and stuff but at least we are used to Dr. Deb and her soft hands and gentle handling.
Everything was good for me! I am still the nice lean bunny I have always been. Dr. Deb did prescribe panacur for me though - I take a 30-day regime once a year to keep my EC at bay. I had head tilt four years ago and panacur helps to keep everything in check. It doesn't taste that bad and I am a good boy at taking my meds.
Here is Miss Binks getting her check up. She has always been very healthy. She eats well, loves her hay and poops like a machine. Although she has been known as "Stinky Binky" from time to time when her anal glands get a bit out of control but she gets those cleaned. Don't tell her I posted this because she would be mad at me - she thinks her bum smells like roses......
Scooter also go the all-clear which is really good. Scooter goes to the vet twice a year because sometimes he needs to get his teeth filed, but Dr. Deb said they looked great so no filing was needed - YAY! Scooter really hates being put under and it often takes him a week to get back on track after he gets his teeth done.
Dr. Deb was very sad to hear that we lost little Ella in June. Dr. Deb really loved Ella and Ella was very kind to her - except once when she showed Dr. Deb how good she could growl and box! But other than that one time, feisty Ella was always sweet with Dr. Deb.
So we all got treats when we got home which we gladly accepted, and then gave Mom and Dad the customary thumps and foot flicks of disapproval despite our rewards. We followed that with some ignoring and Stink Eyes. After all, we have to keep things dramatic so that Mom and Dad are constantly asking for forgiveness and offering treats as peace offerings....
Happy and healthy bunns - that's just the way we like it around here!