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  1. Watermelons

    food advice needed.

    I quite liked using Martin Mills Timothy adult rabbit food for my guys. Its cheaper then oxbow and a Canadian company.
  2. Watermelons

    Have you used the FURminator?

    No professional groomer should ever recommend one be used as they physically cut hair out and damage the coat. There are better brushes out there that do not cut hair out. Please don't use these.
  3. Watermelons

    Is this normal?? Rabbit spayed 5 days ago

    She needs to not be licking it. That is likely why it looks that way. I would try a shirt again. A cone can be used if shes going to continue but you can look at using those blow up style cones.
  4. Watermelons

    Is this normal?? Rabbit spayed 5 days ago

    It looks a bit like an incision that is getting licked. What are you doing to stop her from touching it? How much freedom and exercise is she getting?
  5. Watermelons

    Hay fever

    Please do not wash your hay. Not safe! If you are worried about it being overly dusty take it outside and shake it out before giving it to your rabbit or try different hay like orchard grass.
  6. Watermelons

    A few questions about a rabbit I might be adopting

    I would suggest finding out. A tooth or jaw abscess? Is a huuuge difference from getting a cut on the top of her head that abscessed. A rabbit with chronic teeth issues that are abscessing is different from a one off injury. An abscess is typically the result of injury + bacteria and if...
  7. Watermelons

    Wild baby bunnies

    Call a wildlife rehabber asap. The injured one needs proper care. You should not have put them in a box. Please at least put #3 back for mom.
  8. Watermelons

    Antibiotics spelled

    Antibiotics are important to finish the full course..... like the full length and not missing days. missing 2 days worth isnt a good idea.
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    Bunny with dislocated or fractured leg! Help!

    Seriously? We are not recommending just leaving an injured rabbit to sort itself out when nobody even knows what body part is injured. If you do not actually know what is injured doing anything like what some of these members are recommending can result in making the injury worse. Just take her...
  10. Watermelons

    Bunny with dislocated or fractured leg! Help!

    Just take your rabbit to a vet. You need to know whats actually wrong so you know how it will be able to heal.
  11. Watermelons

    Watery Eyes

    Best to just get him into a vet. You cant really check for scratches or ulcers at home. You can flush the eyes with saline initially but if that doesn't work its time to stop messing with them and see a vet. Its too easy to cause vision loss with the wrong treatment.
  12. Watermelons

    We've lost half of my family's rabbits (8 out of 16) and we don't know whats causing it :(

    Its unlikely that the bald patches are the reason they are dying. While yes it appears they have mites or a fungal infection. Iy dowent typically kill that quick when it isnt that severe. A more likely cause would be some type of toxin they have eaten. Myxo as Apollo said. A form of RHD. or...
  13. Watermelons

    Rabbit eye looks infected

    You need to take him to a Rabbit Savvy vet if flushing the eye has not worked. Eye problems can be anything from a foreign body, infection, or tooth problem. Eyes should not be screwes with at home as it doesnt take much to cause vision loss. Please take him to a vet.
  14. Watermelons

    Bunny Contest! - 'Rabbits outdoors' - Win a Prize!

    No photos here from outdoors! Not with out a cage between my buns and the camera. Lots with my birds or dogs [emoji848]
  15. Watermelons

    Rabbits taking honey

    Yes please do not put anything on your rabbit yet! Photos of the "wounds" first. This sounds like your rabbits scent glands. A vet should have known better if theyre giving advice over the phone. Did you physically take your rabbit to see the vet?
  16. Watermelons

    Allergic to Timothy hay?

    Go try a different type a hay and move what you currently have to the garage or something. Dont find ways to still keep it in your room.
  17. Watermelons

    Cat trees/towers suitable for rabbits?

    Dont drop your cat post on your rabbit and that wont be an issue....
  18. Watermelons

    Cat trees/towers suitable for rabbits?

    Yes theyre safe as long as your rabbit doesnt eat them. Like anything else. Be cautious of the height. I had one gal who LOVED her cylinder one that came from the walmart pet section. It was a carpeted cylinder with 2 holes and then the top she could jump on.
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    My pet in distress

    Your rabbit needs to see a rabbit savvy vet asap