Update September 2016: Scully is on thyroid meds twice a day. She has learned the routine. Unfortunately, we cannot change the routine. Scully gets very nervous and scared when I do that. Otherwise, she is still here. I have been trying to use hand signals for her to understand when treats are done, or time to come in from the yard. We can no longer take her to a groomer because she will not sit still. The vet needs 3 people to clip her nails. Other than that, my deaf, blind bunny is a happy pom!
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