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  1. rhianna

    Getting a dog

    Hi folks. I've been wanting a dog for as long as I can remember but have always told myself that I won't until after the bunnies are gone. But an opportunity just came up for me to take in a shih tzu, and after doing lots of research on the breed, I think it could be safe. The bunnies are used...
  2. rhianna

    How do you store everything?

    Hi folks! So I'm having a dilemma. I am moving out of my parents' home and into a TINY (468 sqft, to be exact) 2 bedroom apartment. The bunnies will be sharing a 10x12 bedroom with me and there is no closet. Currently, I store most of their things in a wardrobe in my room, except their pellets...
  3. rhianna

    Neutered & Bonded, now suddenly mounting?

    I have a pair of neutered male bunnies named Bear and Jean-Luc. Bear is 3 years, 3 months old while Jean-Luc is around 2-2.5 years old but I don't know for sure. I had Bear neutered over a year ago, and Jean-Luc had been neutered before I got him. These guys have been bonded very successfully...
  4. rhianna

    Rescue bun might need a new home

    I posted a separate thread on here about Wallace the bunny who I found in my yard. He had been living out there for a month or so and I finally was able to catch him about two weeks ago. Today Wallace went to the vet for a checkup and my vet commented on how great his health is, how beautiful...
  5. rhianna

    I've caught a stray

    A few weeks ago I came home from work to my dad telling me that he saw a "huge white hare with red eyes" in our yard. I knew this wasn't a wild hare from this description. A few days later I saw it with my own eyes. The rabbit is about twice the size of a normal hare, much chubbier, and overall...
  6. rhianna

    URGENT - Rabbit opened neuter incision

    Bear was neutered today and did well. He's been fine and eating normally. However, he's been insistent on licking and biting the wound. I try and stop him but it's hard to sit right in front of him all day. He managed to chew it to the point where it's bleeding now, not excessively but it did...
  7. rhianna

    Safe paint for buns

    I'm really excited because I scored a 2 level 48" Bunny Abode condo on ebay for $99, and the only problem is that the bottom back corner is a bit stained from a leaky litter box. I decided that I'd take the opportunity to just do a complete renovation of the condo. I plan on installing some of...
  8. rhianna

    Critical Care Instead of Hay

    I've tried absolutely everything I could think of or find online to try and get Bear eating his hay. He'd never been fed it before, so when I got him at a year old, I guess he just was "programmed" to not eat it. It finally hit him hard one day about a month ago when he began losing weight fast...
  9. rhianna

    Why the sudden aggression?

    Pardon me if my thoughts seem a bit scattered; I'm just really confused and worried right now. Bear is a year and a half old and has already been through the whole hormonal stage. I adopted him last October. We've had such a strong bond, and he has always loved cuddles and pets from me. But...
  10. rhianna

    Nasal Discharge

    Recently I've noticed a small amount of discharge from Bear's nose. It's like the creases of his nose are lined with a slightly sticky, clear liquid. There's also a little bit on his front paws from grooming. It's been about 4-5 days since I first noticed. The thing is, I can't figure out...
  11. rhianna

    NIC Cage Plans & Questions

    This is going to be a long rambly post, just to forewarn you :biggrin: I've been through several cages with Bear and I've only had him since Halloween. He came to me in a 26x14 guinea pig cage, then he was moved to a 48x36 dog crate with a second level (which I soon found was a nightmare to...
  12. rhianna

    Cat Cages?

    I have been playing with ideas for cages when I move and have a room just for the pets. After lots of inspiration from the elaborate multi-level bunny condos that people build, I got the idea- why not just buy a cat cage? Is there any reason this isn't a more popular thing for rabbits? Some...
  13. rhianna

    Bunny doesn't play

    I wasn't sure exactly where to put this topic so I hope I chose the right one. So I've had Bear for over 3 months now (it feels like so much longer than that) and currently have two milk crates and a medium box all full of bunny toys. Baby rattles, tubes, all types of chews, toss toys, jingle...
  14. rhianna

    Help with sore hocks

    Earlier today I noticed that Bear has what looks to be a sore hock. One of his back feet is bald on the heel, dark pink, and callus-y. It's not scabbed, bleeding, etc, so I believe I caught it quite early. His other back foot is completely normal with no balding or anything, it's just the one. I...
  15. rhianna

    Traveling long distances with a bunny

    I know there are several threads about traveling with bunnies, but those are usually 1-2 hour trips. I have a question about traveling for longer. So because of a family emergency type of thing, my mom and I might have to go to North Carolina (from New York) in mid-January and we take the...
  16. rhianna

    Training Troubles

    So I've had my first rabbit, Bear, for about a month. I've recently been introducing him to tricks and he seemed to be getting it very easily. I started with "up," aka standing up on his hind legs. I use his pellets for training and have him do the trick about 10-15 times per session. He got...
  17. rhianna

    Concerns about spraying

    I have a male bunny who is believed to be 13 months old - his previous owner said he was 6 months when she got him in April. I've posted about his hormonal behaviors before but now I have a new concern. He started spraying about a week after I got him and now does it all the time. I try to...
  18. rhianna

    Getting my bunny to eat hay

    Bear arrived to me from a home where he wasn't given hay on a regular basis. He's a year old and has been fed on nothing but Kaytee Fiesta up until I took him home. He has been to the vet, and she didn't find anything wrong with him from the basic exam. He seems quite healthy except for a few...
  19. rhianna

    Raging hormones in my unaltered male

    As some of you know, I recently adopted my first bunny on Halloween. He's sweet as can be and I absolutely love him to pieces. He has been settling in very well and is a very healthy boy. My problem is, about a week after I brought him home, his hormones started kicking in. He's one year and one...
  20. rhianna

    Craiglist loppy bun with cages (NY)

    I shouldn't have looked... this is how I ended up with my current little ball of fluff. Anyways, I was on craigslist and found this poor little thing looking scared as ever listed as free with cages and supplies. As we all know this is a huge risk for the poor little bunny. :sigh...
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