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The Buckeye House Rabbit Society
It's a wonder this little guy could eat at all! Milo's
bottom incisors were roughly 3/4 inch long - one tooth was growing up
into his nose and the other was jabbing into the top of his mouth. His
upper incisors were also long and grew toward the back of his mouth. He
arrived skinny and very hungry. The vet removed both sets of incisors
right away, and Milo was eating hay, pellets, and salad the very same
day. His molars are fine and therefore he is able to completely chew his
food, picking it up with his lips. Milo will be ready for adoption very
soon. His missing incisors require no special care whatsoever and he is
able to eat a regular rabbit diet.
Please contact Keith Zimmerman at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-355-8433.
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