You can find a list of rabbit-knowldegable vets at www.rabbit.org
Not all vets know nearly enough about rabbits, who are very different
from cats and dogs, though almost all of them will claim they do.
It sounds to me as if your new bunny needs some urgent attention.
Please cease immediately the hairball goop and mineral oil.
Try to get her to eat grass hay or fresh greens such as parsley.
But she needs a vet. Now.
> Hi All
> We have purchased an english angora rabbit at a show in Or. We got
> home on Monday evening all look fine but how can you tell. I noticed
> that the rabbit wasnt eating or drinking and there were no to little
> droppings. The rabbit has a full coat of wool when we got it an after
> doing a little reading I thought the rabbit has wool block. I have
> been treating the rabbit with a comercial hair ball forumula for cats
> for 2 days and not noticeable improvement and now with and
> molases/mineral oil tonight. Well something happened it looks like the
> rabbit had a major blow out. The scat looks like black diarrhea and
> stinks. I had to wash the poor rabbit to clean her up but she is
> still un responcive. My question is, is this normal or do I have
> bigger problems?