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    Rabbit charging and grunting aggressively at his companion/brother

    Thanks for the reply! :) Sadly, right now I do not have a video, because it always takes me by surprise. I am not sure it is about a toy or food as there isn' any food or toy there when it happens.....maybe charging for space, but if that is the case then there is many areas my mini lop isn't...
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    Rabbit charging and grunting aggressively at his companion/brother

    I have a 1 year (and 7 months) year old Mini lop and a 1 year (and 3 months) year old Lionhead. They are both males. They are both 24/7 free roamed. They are both neutered. They have been together since they were babies. They are bonded. They have had a very nurturing and strong relationship...
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    Bunny proofing fails/cannot free roam them anymore?

    Well I have done everything. The problem is, it doesn't work on them. Hard plastic around cables, no matter how hard, strong, unbendable, rigid, stiff it is they will bite through it and get to the wires. They are invincible it seems. I think i have no choice but to cage them and it makes me sad.
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    Bunny proofing fails/cannot free roam them anymore?

    So my 2 bunnies have been free roamed for 1 year. I follow 'Lennon the Bunny' on Youtube and did all the bunny proofing tips but to no avail. Lennon the Bunny recommended getting the bunny proofing materials from the dollar store but we actually spent a lot of money on getting heavy duty...
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    Large hard pea-sized lumps in Mini Lops ears?

    Today I noticed a large hard pea-sized lump on my 9 month old neutered Mini Lops ear. I cannot believe I never noticed it before, because it is so large that it sticks out very noticeably, it is like it popped up from no where. When lifting the ear into the light, the lump makes a dark red...
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    My Partner hates our Rabbits because they destroyed our couch?

    So the Rabbits have destroyed a lot of items and my partner always takes it worse than I do but he will calm down again after letting out his frustrations. For a long time nothing was damaged because we got very good at being diligent about leaving things in their grasp. Recently however they...
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    Is Rabbit Sand Box Safe? Is children's play sand safe for rabbits?

    By the way JBun, I have noticed him also leaving his mixed salad leaves which he usually loves? Is that a heat thing? Worried about him not eating because I want him to have all his nutrients. He seems energetic and as lively as ever though and eating his pellets regularly and his hay.
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    Is Rabbit Sand Box Safe? Is children's play sand safe for rabbits?

    I do not have family in my country but I am sure I can find some mole holes haha! Yes, I see all kinds of things in soil, its such a shame that there is so much rubbish thrown to the floor, so we will definitely sieve through it first! Thank you for your help! :)
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    Is Rabbit Sand Box Safe? Is children's play sand safe for rabbits?

    We have tried the cold tile and the frozen bottles too but he didn't really care much for it. He did agree to giving a few licks of an ice cube in a bowl we placed near him which we hoped would give of some cold but then he was up and off again. He also doesn't go near our little fan. I think...
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    Is Rabbit Sand Box Safe? Is children's play sand safe for rabbits?

    Thank you so much for your response! Yes, it is hot here, what you said about digging makes a lot of sense, thanks for the insight! This is for indoors. We live in a 3d floor apartment so do not have a garden, so it needs to be an indoor dig box. Also because we don't have a garden, where can we...
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    Is Rabbit Sand Box Safe? Is children's play sand safe for rabbits?

    Our neutered male bunny has started to dig the floorboards. We saw this in a store: Rabbit sand box It is expensive and very small so we have just purchased Wood, Plexiglass and children's play sand to make our own. But now we are concerned... Is children's play sand safe or healthy for...
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    Rabbit eating the clothes on me and scratching/biting at floor for hours?

    My Rabbit who is a neutered male and 7 months 2 weeks old has started to eat my clothes when they are on me. He comes up from behind and starts eating my clothes on my body. He has never done this ever before. I do not have many clothes as I am an immigrant who left my country with only 1...
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    Rabbit still horny after neutering procedure?

    My Rabbit got neutered 3-4 days ago. But he is still scratching and biting and humping my leg. I thought neutering stopped this behavior? Also, does sex feel good for Rabbits? Or do they do it to show affection? Because I was told the sex was a result of hormones in their testes but now he...
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    Rabbit ear tagging, what is this?

    Thank you for replying to me! :) So there is no health purpose to this, no way that it benefits the Rabbit at all? Then why do they need to brand a Rabbit when it is no longer going to be theirs because they are selling it to be someone's pet? Why would anyone want or need to have their new pet...
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    Rabbit ear tagging, what is this?

    I was on this site and saw this advert. It mentions ear tagging Rabbits. It is written in Danish so I will put the translation below: "When he moves away from home, he receives a progeny certificate, ear tagging and feed for the first few days. If you are completely fresh on rabbit contents...
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