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  1. Lhart

    Kit Questions

    Thank you both for responding. I removed some of the bedding inside the box and it seems to be working. All babies were safely inside the box this morning, and even the runt had a full tummy of milk. I'm still considering moving the chunky baby out for a feeding so that the others can get some...
  2. Lhart

    Kit Questions

    Also, can anyone tell me what colors these kits are? And what color the mom is? I think the dad was black/black otter or something if I’m remembering right (bought my doe bred). I’m thinking the mom is either broken opal or lilac, but I’m not sure. Thanks!
  3. Lhart

    Kit Questions

    Hi all! So I just had my first litter ever born last Wednesday. My standard Rex doe has done amazingly well for a first time mom. I haven’t really had any issues up until now. Yesterday I discovered three of the five kits outside the nest box lying on the wire. I put them back in and they just...
  4. Lhart

    Itchy Bunnies!

    I use a slicker brush like this to get all the hay and whatnot out of their fur. https://www.amazon.com/Glendan-Brush-Slicker-Grooming-Shedding/dp/B071RSQJSZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_14?keywords=rabbit+brush&qid=1568393236&sr=8-14 And then I go over it with a soft brush like this one...
  5. Lhart

    Itchy Bunnies!

    They are extremely fluffy lionheads, so it’s kinda hard to find stuff in all that super thick fur. Thank you for the help! That article was helpful. Hopefully they’ll stop scratching once I try one of these remedies.
  6. Lhart

    Itchy Bunnies!

    So, I’ve noticed lately that there seems to be a lot of scratching going on with my rabbits. They are all housed in a large, walk-in pen on the ground. They didn’t seem to have this problem until I put down some new hay on the bottom. I can’t see any evidence of fleas, so I’m wondering if it’s...
  7. Lhart

    Do Lionhead Bunnies dig?

    My lionhead digs more than any other bunny I've owned. She actually dug an arm-deep burrow into the ground! I wouldn't recommend attempting to make a bunny-proof area outside. It's just too much trouble.
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