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Posted in thread: overweight? on 01-23-2017 at 12:59 PM
Pretty much the same as any other animal- feel the ribs! They should be easy to feel, but not
visible. The spinous processes should have quite a bit of muscle on them, but you should still
be able to ...
Posted in thread: Friend for bunny on 01-22-2017 at 03:33 AM
They often fight, but not always. I've had 2 cases (of 5 total introductions) where it was
'love at first sight' and there were NEVER any issues, and 2 cases which worked after a few
scuffles (this is...
Posted in thread: Friend for bunny on 01-21-2017 at 07:13 PM
We brought our Whiskey home just over a year ago as a potential friend for my female Brandy.
Turns out she hates him- they will try to kill each other when they have access. But they seem
to like havi...
Posted in thread: Pasturella on 01-21-2017 at 07:09 PM
Pasturella is contagious, but it is treatable! However, it can be VERY hard to treat. I would
say take her to the vet- but you already have an appointment! If she stops eating or seems to
Posted in thread: Hi from Newfoundland, Canada on 01-21-2017 at 04:45 AM
I have one rabbit who HATES any sort of hard flooring and will pretty much avoid it at all
costs (she does ok if we put her on it and she has to walk on it to leave, but we don't usually
do this). The...
Posted in thread: Introducing myself and my bunnies! on 01-21-2017 at 04:34 AM
Super cute! And welcome!!
Posted in thread: Escaping bunny?? Or my negligence. on 01-21-2017 at 04:34 AM
My own rabbits' cages are held together with velcro, and one rabbit has figured out how to
reach the little velcro pieces we had (we basically wrap the door with a cloth and velcro bit
and 'tie' it sh...
Posted in thread: Hi from Newfoundland, Canada on 01-20-2017 at 04:51 AM
Hello and welcome! The biggest piece of advice I have for new bunny owners is to remember to
feed the bunnies all the hay (any kind but alfalfa) they will eat! Many people don't do this
with their new...
Posted in thread: Rescuing rabbits on 01-20-2017 at 04:13 AM
My two girls were rescued from a bad situation and one of them is missing a bit of fur on the
'heel' area of her rear foot. And yes, that indicates overcrowding and abuse.:runningrabbit:I
would have ...
Posted in thread: Spaying Advice Please on 01-18-2017 at 05:00 PM
So I personally am very pro-spay and neuter, but I would get her spayed if she were mine. As
she ages, the risk of uterine cysts, tumors, and ovarian tumors increases every year. She may
already have ...