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  1. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    So, I have found another doe who’s kits are about 4-5 weeks old. What should I do?
  2. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    Would it work if I brought one of her does that had a litter that passed to my place?
  3. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    It doesn’t work to give them to a non current mother doe?
  4. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    I don’t want to let them to the other breeder as I know that her rabbits are in poor condition outdoor. They don’t have any around the same age anyways.
  5. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    The baby’s are maybe a few hours old. I do know other breeders in my area.
  6. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Emergency

    My rabbit gave birth to 2 baby’s that were live and 1 dead. She then passed away. I am sure it was from some complications but I need to know what is recommended to do with the baby’s as I want to keep them alive. I don’t have access to any other mother but I do have access to other senior does...
  7. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Chinchilla Dutch Variety

    Ok, Thank You So Much For Your Help!!
  8. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Chinchilla Dutch Variety

    Thank You @SableSteel !! If I may ask you one more question, Is breeding black to chocolate in dutch a thing that is ok and produces both black and chocolate or does it produce non-recognized varieties?
  9. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Chinchilla Dutch Variety

    Ok, Thanks! Follow up question @SableSteel . If after that I breed that chinchilla to a black would it give me some blacks and some chinchillas or would I need to do chinchilla to chinchilla?
  10. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Chinchilla Dutch Variety

    Hello, I have a question. In all of the shows, I have been to in my area I have never seen Chinchilla Dutch. I breed dutch, Specifically Black, Blue, and Tort. I am looking into Chincilla dutch and can't really find out how they are breed. Does anyone know what two varieties you breed or how you...
  11. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    GI Stasis Question

    Hello, I have had rabbits for a year now not once have I encountered this problem. However recently as a preventive measure, I have been giving one of these a day...
  12. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Need help. Confused.

    Hello, This does seem weird. If the vet could not find anything wrong and if he is eating and drinking normally as well as going to the bathroom normally I would say he is fine. It sounds like he could eating his cecotrope which is where they reach down to their private area and eat something...
  13. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Feeding

    So if you feed your pellets in the evening, Do you feed anything in the morning? Just curious as I do want to start feeding all pellets in the morning but I feel like by evening they are going to want something and I don't what to give them at that time. Do you give anything in the morning...
  14. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Feeding

    Just curious, How do you all feed pellets. Say you are feeding pellets and you feed a cup a day. Would you feed that cup all at once in the morning or would you do half a cup in the morning and half a cup at night? Kind of just want to know what you guys do as I feed half a cup to my dutch...
  15. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Will these work?

    Hello, I just wanted to make sure that these are safe for rabbits I see some reviews that say yes but just want to double-check. The only ingredient is oil sunflower seeds...
  16. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    So confused

    Hello, This does seem to be a strange situation. Is he eating and drinking normally and is his poop solid? Right now I would just be concerned with him trying to catch a possible illness or something like that.
  17. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Can I bond 3 boys and a girl?

    Hello, I would say you can try with very slow introduction maybe let them explore the others enclosure with out them in therefirst to allow them to get used the smell of one another. And then slowly introduce them for short periods of time and a lot of supervision. If there is any signs of...
  18. Kaden@oakleyrabbitry

    Bunny ate my hair!

    Hello, as to why she ate it, it could have something to do with shampoo or something like that. My best advice is keep an eye on stool make sure she is eating her hay. If you have access to any digestive support tablets such as Sherwood I would give those. At this point as long as what went in...
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