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Posted in thread: Rabbit Show Jumping on 01-21-2017 at 01:35 PM
What mystifies me are the lops. Those breeds always look so lazy and blob-like, but they
dominate the exhibitions I've seen. Wow can those guys jump!My dwarf lops were always lazy, but
they sure can j...
Posted in thread: Bunny poop is weird? Help! on 01-21-2017 at 01:26 PM
Not eating much on the day of the spay is quite normal as it hurts quite a lot and an operation
is always kinda traumatizing for the bunny. How is she eating now? Her hay? I generally have a
stash of ...
Posted in thread: Friend for bunny on 01-20-2017 at 08:36 PM
Stress bonding is a last resort solution you go for when the bonding failed the normal way (I
might add that it often fails... once the stress is gone, rabbits that hate each other will
remember they ...
Posted in thread: Escaping bunny?? Or my negligence. on 01-20-2017 at 08:22 PM
We would need to see a picture of the cage to be sure but a rabbit opening a cage seems
improbable. Rabbits paws are not very nimble, they can't do the kind of things rats can do and
their toes don't ...
Posted in thread: Dislocated knee discussion #2 on 01-20-2017 at 02:17 PM
Yeah, eating and not pooping much is not good. You need something to accelerate the guts
movement to avoid a blockage. I hope the new vet finds a solution. Keep us posted about what he
Posted in thread: Friend for bunny on 01-20-2017 at 09:25 AM
With a spayed female, your odds are pretty good. Having a neutered buck and then taking a
spayed female is the best combination as males are often quite welcoming of the opposite sex on
Posted in thread: Dislocated knee discussion #2 on 01-20-2017 at 08:59 AM
I don't have personal experience with this but I several people whose rabbits went through this
and none of them had to be put down! Dislocations and fractures are not rare with bunnies. If
you find a...
Posted in thread: toys, eventual size, food questions on 01-19-2017 at 09:53 PM
For the alfalfa and the unlimited pellets, it depends on the rabbit. I'd say around 5 months
old when the rabbit is mostly grown, but if you feel like she is not eating as much hay as she
should (her ...
Posted in thread: Trusted a vet big mistake on 01-19-2017 at 04:10 PM
If the operation went well and that she accepts to nurse, it should be fine - don't stress too
much about it now that it's done. I think it happens to all of us to accept the advice of
Posted in thread: Hi from Newfoundland, Canada on 01-19-2017 at 12:28 PM
What a pretty bunny! ^^First, I advise you to take out that walkway thing. I've known several
rabbits who slipped, got their foot stuck between two bars and broke their foot while panicking