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How do you help your rabbit get through a traumatic experience?


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2012-04-17 23:25:11
2012-04-17 23:25:11

Lots of love and affection but also give it space it it shows it needs it.

After a traumatic experience, you should be extra careful to reduce stress in your rabbit's life. See the related questions below for more details and helpful links.

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By bringing it to a vet with experience and knowledge in rabbits. See the related questions below for more help.

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She is not as happy with her life as the others, it happens in real life, when someone has a traumatic experience, they can have anger problems.

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It could do but it is more how well your relationships are with your parents, peers and close family members as a child and as an adult that affects depression in later life. People who experience a traumatic experience either as a child or an adult and have people in their lives who can support, love, listen to and encourage them to seek help or help themselves in a positive way and who are consistently there to rely on are less likely to be depressed or adversely affected by that experience. For someone affected by a traumatic experience as a child positive social interaction and support from people at the time of the experience is key to help them recover and grow up to be a healthy and well-adjusted adult.

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rabbit help human live life. rabbit tasty and delicious for soul.

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If your rabbit has blood in its feces, that means he or she is very sick and needs help as soon as possible from a vet who has experience and knowledge in treating rabbits. There is no normal reason for a rabbit to bleed from the genitals or anus. See the related questions below for more help.


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