Question Hi Dana,
My vet promised to come today but so far a no show.
I am suspecting E.cuniculi in Bull by the way he is behaving.
The pharmacy I buy meds for my pets told me not to buy the gel panacur that they will get it in the liquid on monday. Can u please help me with the measurement for Bull, he is about 2kg.
He is doing much better today, eating more by himself.
Here I have to be my own vet by reading online and treatig my pets.
I must thank u very much for all of your help.
Answer Dear Guyana
If you can tell me
(1) the concentration of the Panacur you have (in mg/ml)
(2) the weight of your bunny (in kg)
I can help you calculate a dose for him. Please write directly to: email@example.com
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