Terima kasih banyak sebelumnya buat kak Kokom yang udah jauh2 dari kota Jombang buat dtang untuk MENGHIBAHKAN kelinci new zealand kesayangannya kepada kami @kelincimojokerto. Sebelumnya dihubungi karna kak Kokom adalah pegawai BUMN yang akan pindah tugas ke NTB sehingga tidak memungkinkan untuk membawa kelinci kesayangannya. Terima kasih atas kepercayaannya bunny parents insyaAllah kami amanah😊
At the age of 65, when most people are looking at slowing down and retiring, Harland David Sanders began Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The story of Sanders is inspiring not to give up, "if you can think it, you can do it".
However, how many of us in this part of the world can start to sell #fried#chicken by road side at that age and you not mai suya? Another angle to the story of KFC, age ain't nothing but number. Follow your #passion
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Alang2 g kenduri kawen kt batu pahat pastu Cik hubby ajak teman g sni bengkel “Rayyan Oziel mengawet kulit” semua nya kulit Rabbit, Ade jgk kulit lembu kambing.. Dia timba ilmu skit cara2 nk mengawet kulit hayawan.. rasenya lps ni mcm hobi baru dia je 😁 pisau baru dh bli ni .. ok la Tu lps ni karpet umh bulu Rabbit 😁 halal ea... #rabbitbreeder#layankanhobisuami
Did you know rabbits are born with a full set of permanent teeth?
The rabbit’s front (incisors) and cheek teeth (molars) grow continuously throughout life, meaning it is vital your rabbit has the correct diet to minimise the chance of dental problems.
The most common dental problem in rabbits is ‘malocclusion’ – where the teeth don’t wear down properly. This creates physical discomfort and can prevent the rabbit from eating properly or at all. It can also make it more difficult for them to groom themselves, increasing the chance of fly strike.
The most effective way to minimise the chance of this is to provide an abrasive diet such as hay, grass and leafy vegetables. Gnawing and chewing is the only natural way to keep their teeth from overgrowing.
If you have concerns for your rabbit call (01692) 403202 or visit our practice.