|Online Support [Updated on: 08/10/19 05:02]|
|This information is for reference only! See a rabbit savvy Vet if you need help with your rabbit! Currently there is only one main active online support group that focuses on genetic Megacolon for rabbits.|
Megacolon Bunnies on - https://www.facebook.com/groups/megacolonbunnies/
"This is a new group specifically for bunnies with the En/En gene colouration with a diagnosis or suspicion of megacolon." - "This group is private and only members may post or read but please do refer anyone interested to us." - "It's an area which is underexplored in rabbits though there is much more research with horses, cats, rats. we are still hopeful for a rabbit specialist to take up the challenge of addressing it officially but meanwhile we have this list." - Group explanation and origin: Group owners information here.
Joining Megacolon Bunnies on facebook: It's a Secret Group.
|Megacolon Rabbits - Community "Striving to find safe treatments and a permanent cure for megacolon in rabbits." The Megacolon Rabbits community is run by Ian Elwood (House Rabbit Society educator & volunteer with Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary) This group is dead. It point to Megacolon Rabbits - Public Group, as this group is also dead, it seems to be a place holder for future things. "A private discussion group for people interested in treating and curing megacolon in rabbits."|
|Bunny Lovers Unite - subgroup for Megacolon|
|ETHERBUN - Mailing list ETHERBUN is a good general mailing list that also covers "rabbit medical care and general health." "ETHERBUN - ...is an electronic mailing list devoted to care, health and behavior of domestic companion rabbits. The list is free of charge, and offers a wealth of information, especially for the new rabbit "parent." Almost all our participants are owned by companion rabbits, and a great number are seasoned rabbit rescuers who have a great deal of experience in dealing with the unique challenges our rabbit friends pose. Also, EtherBun is a good resource for those interested in learning more about rabbit medical care and general health." - ETHERBUN|