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    Meet Molly!

    Thank you all of you who helped me find out more about chocolate mini lops. I found my ideal rabbit and have brought her home. I purchased her from Hoppin Herd of Hares Rabbitry in Southern California where they breed gorgeous solid chocolate and broken chocolate mini lops for only $25! We love...
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    Chocolate Brown mini-lop

    Hi all, I'm looking for a second bunny as a buddy for Ralph. I'm looking for aspecific breed that I fell in love with but I'm not sure where to findit. I've googled breeders and looked in all the shelters in our area,and if I don't find it I will just adopt a different one from ashelter, but...
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    Another Bunny

    Now that Ralph is eating again and back to hisold self, I've actually been pondering the idea of a second rabbit.I've had Ralph since infancy for about a year now. (and I owe it all tothis site!) And when I first had him, I was working from home so Icould be with him and play with him all day...
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    Christmas trees and rabbits

    Hi all, We got a real tree this year - just brought it home. Last year thistime, my rabbit was too young to run around the house, but this year heowns the place... However, he chews on EVERYTHING, and I'm wondering ifpines are toxic to rabbits because I know he will nibble...should I lethim or...
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    Eating everything BUT food

    My bunny won't eat anything. He is just over 1 year old, and is literally eating everything but food. He is chewing on carpet, furniture, and anything else except his hay, pellets or veggies. He is also not drinking water. He is running around and not showing signs of discomfort but I can...
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    swollen bunny balls

    My bunny seems to be entering the throws ofpuberty. He is mounting left and right, which I know is normal. Thishas been going on for a month or so. We haven't had him fixed becausethere has been no bad behavior accompanying the humping. He doesn'tspray or pee and poop outside his cage, and has...
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    nail trimming nightmare

    When Ralphie was younger I could trim his nailsso easily. He would just trance out on my lap and it was no problem.Now I can't get him to even come close to trancing and have triedEVERYTHING to get him to be still for one minute to do this. If anyonehas any clever ideas for me I'd be extremely...
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    won't eat hay

    my rabbit Ralphie, who recently went through a stasis scare seems to have recovered completely. However, since the whole incident, I can barely get him to touch his timothy hay (which he used to eat bundles of before). He's working his way back up to eating pellets and has no problem at all...
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    Raphie's all better!

    Hi everyone, Ralphie has recovered from his mystery eating disorder. I have to thank all of you for your extremely helpful advice, because to be honest, I'm really not sure if he'd still be here without it! I ended up taking him to the vet and the vet was even mystified as to what it could...
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    rabbit on hunger strike

    Well, Ralphie is off to the vet tomorrow due to not eating. I'm so worried and bewildered by all this. He seems to eat and drink a little at night but during the day he won't touch his food or water. I've tried EVERYTHING. I've tried pineapple juice and water through a syringe but he won't...
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    my rabbit stopped eating!

    I don't know if odd eating spurts are normal,but my rabbit went from eating tons of timothy hay and pellets (he's only 4 months) to hardly nibbling at it at all. I keep putting fresh hay and pellets for him and he just takes a couple bites and leaves it. He's still pooping and urinating the...
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    Bunny Exercise Ball?

    I have a young dwarf rabbit who is full ofenergy. All he's interested in is eating and trying to escape from thesmall room I've assigned to be his. When he does get out, he runs allover the apartment like crazy. However, my husband is a musician andour tiny apartment is power cable central...
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    Help-new bunny owner!

    I am a brand new bunny owner, and I just needsome help knowing how to take good care of my little guy. I had postedlast week about his eating habits, and your answers were all veryhelpful. My dwarf rabbit is estimated to be about 6 weeks old. I havehim in his cage all night, and then during the...
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    too young for fresh foods?

    I just obtained a new rabbit and the seller hadno idea how old he was. All I know is that he's a dwarf rabbit.Currently he's about 7 inches long and 4 inches tall. He's been on adiet of timothy hay and pellets for the last couple days . I want to beable to give him fresh greens and fruits as a...
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