Recent content by cookiesncream

Help Support RabbitsOnline:

  1. cookiesncream

    Baby bun nose bitten by an older bunny and bleeding. Will it recover/grow back?

    Thank goodness... Was it a clean cut, or some meat got ripped off? Jayjay seem to have a bit of his meat pulled out by the rascal. I'm applying betadine twice a day just in case and it's dried and looking well, it's just that there's a little dent as you can see here:
  2. cookiesncream

    Baby bun nose bitten by an older bunny and bleeding. Will it recover/grow back?

    Will the meat/cartilage part also grow back or just the hair? I noticed there's a little bit of it got ripped off, leaving a milimeter or so part gone
  3. cookiesncream

    Baby bun nose bitten by an older bunny and bleeding. Will it recover/grow back?

    I got a baby bun 2 days ago and due to a minor oversight, while introducing him tk my room let him roam too close to an older bun's (around 3 months old) play pen, he got attacked and I assume got a bit of his nose ripped. I took him and didn't really check if there's an injury and put him in...
  4. cookiesncream

    Persistent poopy butt after eating pellets even in little portions

    I see... He's still eating timothy until a week ago then I switched to oat, barley & wheat hay since he loves and eat a lot of them. I think it might help him and he's poop are a lot normal shaped and black with golden spots in collor, bigger than before also. So his current diet now are around...
  5. cookiesncream

    Persistent poopy butt after eating pellets even in little portions

    Is it possible that alfalfa combined with pellets might be causing the excess cecals/mushy poops? Should I try reintroduce pellets again but hold alfalfa for now? I'm just worried that it might be bad for his growth by not giving him pellets. He's fairly skinny I think (~470 gram, 3 months old)...
  6. cookiesncream

    Persistent poopy butt after eating pellets even in little portions

    Here's the mess he usually have :(
  7. cookiesncream

    Persistent poopy butt after eating pellets even in little portions

    I've been taking care of a Holland Lop aged around 2-3 months. I've noticed that every time I gave him pellets, even just a little (not more than 15-20 grams) a day in two serving time (morning and around evening) he always starts to have mushy poop/cecals. This is not the case for the other...
Top