His front teeth are fine, he may just need to get used to them being a little shorter than before. She showed me how they were lined up just right, with the lower set just touching the upper set in the back.
The substitute vet did file down what points were there on his molars, and they look good.
Mr. Mick got a clean bill of health as well.
The vet's analysis:
Mickey isn't used to the shorter teeth yet, but they will grow back and he'll adjust.
She was nice enough not to charge me for the visit, and she also said that a note would be put on the computer to do back teeth only and only do front teeth if necessary.
I brought Mickey home; upon being returned to his cage, he tore into a plate of dandelion greens like he hadn't eaten in weeks.
The bunny-mom's analysis:
Somebunny is a freaking prima donna who not only is way too fussy, but apparently has decided that he likes having his greens shredded for him far too much to go back to having to chew them up himself.
"Hmph...and what, may I ask, is wrong with
wanting a higher level of service around here?!"