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    1 eye shutting after surgery

    Hi. She's much better now it may just have been tiredness or something she got in her eye. Sweet girl is eating on her own and very energetic now :-)
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    1 eye shutting after surgery

    Hello. Today i had my 2 lovely girls spayed. To be exactly I picked them up 7 hours ago. 1 girl is eating some greens on her own (celery and dandelion) and also more or less willingly takes the critical care (Sometimes from spoon sometimes she licks it off the syringe but not forced in the...
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    How much does a vet visit & spay/neuter cost for a Rabbit?

    In Denmark it is around 150 USD for a neuter and 300 USD for a spay at a decent vet. My 2 bunnies are getting spayed in less than a week :)
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    Is my bunny sick?

    I lost my baby to diarrhoea so if it is that do take it seriously. Mine might have survived with fluid injections but the vet didn't take it seriously enough and I didn't push the vet hard enough to make them take it seriously so please don't make that mistake like I did. But as someone else...
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    Too many cecotropes

    I did read the peas and corn isn't good for rabbits. I know for several animals there are many disagreements on how to treat them and feed them and I'm not sure if this is the case here. They don't get peas. I also have 2 syrian hamsters and I know there are quite a lot of differences in EU and...
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    Too many cecotropes

    She's not stressed, sick or overweight from what I've experienced from stressed and sick rabbits. It's a special made mix from the local petstore that is supposed to be healthier than those ready-made mixes you can buy. It's just pellets mixed with a few things like little pieces of corn and...
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    Too many cecotropes

    My little girl, Luna, a holland lop, has always left out her cecotropes. We've had her since she was 9 weeks and she's 13 weeks now. Very happy and generally healthy rabbit. She was taken care of by family for 2 weeks where she was allowed to eat as much of her food mix as she liked (And she...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    He's definitely a lovely bun. I do find it slightly easier having them from baby buns, but it doesn't have the same happy feeling of giving a bunny whose family can't have him, a home. He's peeing and pooping well now, and whereas his poops were looking super unhealthy the first day (Very dark...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    Yeah we made sure to get a bag of his old pellets which I'll be feeding him for a while before I gradually switch it over to the mix I feed my girls. I never imagined rabbits could have such a tough time eating hay, but I'll try out some of your advice and I'll go check out the selection at my...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    He has a cage with a blanket, litterbox and food and water :-) We started out putting him in it to get him comfortable with the place slowly but he seemed super unhappy in there (He's had a huge garden all to himself with no one to keep track of his eating habbits and has been able to do...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    Yeah. I had an ill bunny that wouldn't eat so i have loads of different types from that. I messaged the owner again and they seem to have lied about his age on the post and he's actually a bit older than 2 years... I can imagine it won't be easy getting a bunny who has not been eating hay for 2...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    Hay works a bit differently here. I've noticed in America you always refer to it as timothy or alfafa (If i get it correct), however i have checked and checked and there's no such thing anywhere. We have a wide selection of different types of hay. What I've been recommended by different sources...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    I messaged them and they said they've tried hay but he doesn't really like it much. Any tips on getting the little guy to eat more hay, and will it be alright feeding him grass until i find a solution to the lack of hay? :-)
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    He seems to be loving the dandelion leaves very much has been eating a fair few of those. But he was in a garden, so i assume he's been eating quite a bit of those. I'm not sure he's had a very controlled diet as he had a full bowl of pellets, plenty of carrots, pepper and broccoli. They did say...
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    Adopted rabbit not eating

    My parents adopted a rabbit today that I'm gonna help take care of (As I also have rabbits). None of us have ever adopted a rabbit that is not a baby so we're kinda unsure of the process. He is 1 year old and a teddy. We had to drive 2 hours to pick him up. He didn't eat, pee or poo for the 2...
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