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  1. equipix

    Head Tilt

    Thank you!
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    Head Tilt

  3. equipix

    Head Tilt

    Sorry for the delay in responding. I joined a wonderful group on FB for head tilters...so if anyone else needs, it is available for additional information. My rabbits are all indoor. I removed him from the other rabbits and put him in a storage bin with rolled up towels, a frozen water bottle...
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    Head Tilt

    I know this is a common thread :( My almost 7 yr old giant flemish's head tilt started much the same as everyone's stories on here. I got him to an emergency vet the day he showed symptoms. She ran lots of blood work and began treatment right away with antibiotics for ear infection, e-coniculi...
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    My bunny has scabies!

    My understanding about mites is they are species specific...in other words, you don't get them from your rabbit and vice versa. You may have two different types affecting your house. I could be wrong though.
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    wild carrot

    Thanks!
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    wild carrot

    I have wild carrot growing in my pasture (I've confirmed it is not poison hemlock). Can rabbits eat the wild carrots, leaves, and flower? I read somewhere they could, but want to be sure.
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    Baby born with no eye or nest box eye?

    Thanks for the responses and good advice. I wasn't set up to bring him in right away, so I decided to leave him with his mother a little longer as he wasn't in any real distress. I'd like to say that I could give a real update, but I haven't seen him or his siblings for a few days. I'm not sure...
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    Baby born with no eye or nest box eye?

    A little back story on this first. About 6 years ago, my neighbor had a few of his hutch rabbits get loose and move in under my feed shed. After about a year, they had babies. I thought I had caught all the males and had them neutered, but apparently, I missed one. Needless to say, we have had...
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    tell me the truth! - Flemish Giant size

    Wish I could post my pic, but my GF was close to 20 lbs and when my 70 lb Boxer was curled up on the couch and the rabbit stretched out on couch, they were almost the same size. Being a photographer, I think that the photos that we see of the larger German rabbit with the man holding it was...
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    trouble bonding males

    update: both boys have worked out their issues and have bonded nicely. It took a few weeks of some minor scraps, but they are now best grooming and eating buds. Thanks for all the advice!
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    best tile cleaner

    My two bunnies are litter trained, but for some reason at night will choose to pee on the tile instead of the litter pans. I use a vinegar and water solution to clean up the mess, but wondered if Clorox's Urine Remover would work better. Does anyone have other suggestions for removing stains...
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    trouble bonding males

    Thank you for the advice. I will check out both of these links. The rabbits are housed in a portion of my mud room, about 6' by 6'. Right now I have a foster dog in the house that has not been introduced to the rabbits yet, so they are sequestured to the mud room and do not have free run of the...
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    trouble bonding males

    I have 2 males, both rescues. The oldest is 4 and was neutered back at Christmas. The other is about a year and was neutered about 2 months ago. The oldest just lost his bonded male mate. Both are housed where they can nose each other. They are non aggressive when they can touch nose to nose...
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    elderly bunny weight issues

    Thank you all for your responses. Sadly we had to put Digby to sleep yesterday. His condition rapidly declined and he was having either strokes or seizures. We had him in our lives for 6 of his 9 years. Last September he was diagnosed with liver disease and had a stroke that affected his left...
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    elderly bunny weight issues

    My 9 yr old Flemish giant is slowly losing weight. Last fall just before his vet visit he had a GI status episode and a stroke. My vet (rabbit specialist) diagnosed a terminal liver issue. She gave him weeks rather than months. Fortunately she was wrong on timing, and six months later he is...
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