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  1. Bunnygreen

    favorite treats?

    Yeah, and Cheese is definitely treat motivated so training with him is painless. What's funny is I actually didn't name him! I adopted him from a shelter in Chicago 😂, but how could I change a name like Dr. Cheese especially being in Wisconsin 😂.Those cheese stops are so worth a visit for sure...
  2. Bunnygreen

    favorite treats?

    I love that! I've only had Dr. Cheese the last few months and he's already over a year old, but I've been trying to teach him some phrases. Everyday when I let him out of his playpen I say "Do you want to come out?" and whenever I get him more hay I say "Hay?". I've also used a little finger...
  3. Bunnygreen

    favorite treats?

    I'm still slowly introducing this new treat for Dr. Cheese by Sweet Meadow Farm. He has somewhat of a sensitive tum so he's on an all hay diet and hesitant to try fruits until I get him successfully on some other veggie/leafy treats. Currently has been good with Romaine lettuce which he FLIPS...
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    Long Car Ride Suggestions

    I get what you mean with the pee pads, however the way I have it set up is VERY secure, I have no worries of it slipping or anything. It's basically wrapped around the solid base of the carrier. That being said, I will still be providing a towel to add extra security for both urine as well as...
  5. Bunnygreen

    Long Car Ride Suggestions

    I would definitely have my AC goin, I do not do well in heat myself, so the AC will already be blasting 😂 . That being said, thank you so much for the lettuce idea, I was prepared to have a water bottle for him, but given his stress he may not have the interest compared to a lettuce leaf! I will...
  6. Bunnygreen

    Long Car Ride Suggestions

    Yeah that was my main concern with the jolting of the car, but I figured I'd see what others thought. Thanks! I think I will stop halfway to try and get him some food/water. I do have a puppy pad set up in his carrier for accidents so that isnt my main concern. I just want to make it as safe and...
  7. Bunnygreen

    Long Car Ride Suggestions

    I was also thinking of an option of transporting him in his actual cage so he can use the bathroom, have hay and water (I would temporarily get him a water bottle so it doesn't spill everywhere) but safety for him is also my priority. Thoughts?
  8. Bunnygreen

    Long Car Ride Suggestions

    Hi everyone! In a few weeks Dr. Cheese and I are moving out of state. It's about a 3 1/2 hour drive. He's always been good with car rides, but the longest he has had to endure is an hour. I've already worked with him on getting used to his carrier and generally I leave it out when he free roams...
  9. Bunnygreen

    Anyone resigned to their white buns never having clean white feet?

    I haven't experienced the dust with Carefresh, but good to know with the pellet vs shavings. Thanks! I don't want to do a whole lot of change for Cheese since he's already gone through 4 foster homes in his young life, but I'm always looking to learn more for advice to other owners and future...
  10. Bunnygreen

    Poops smaller than normal?

    My bun has had problems with his cecotropes and due to this I am extra attentive to his poops. It is totally normal to have a few poops smaller here and there. Like @JBun said above, if it becomes a consistent issue or they continue to get smaller consistently then there could be blockage or...
  11. Bunnygreen

    Anyone resigned to their white buns never having clean white feet?

    I've always stuck with carefresh due to fears of the dust in some other shavings causing respiratory issues. Which types of wood shavings are known to be safe to avoid this issue? (Not sure if I would switch, but just trying to expand my knowledge 😁 )
  12. Bunnygreen

    Someone help me please- bun not eating

    Personally, if it were me I would take him to the vet. My last bun had pinworm (did not look like that) but it was a very simple fix of medication the vet prescribed, and after treatment he was as good as new. The stool on the right does not look normal and would definitely be worth taking him...
  13. Bunnygreen

    Anyone resigned to their white buns never having clean white feet?

    Yeah I have 2 large cat litterboxes for Dr. Cheese (one in his cage and one for when he's free roaming)and the large amounts of hay and bedding make it wasteful/pointless to change the litter more than 2 times a week. My last bun was much smaller and only had the one litterbox which was...
  14. Bunnygreen

    Someone help me please- bun not eating

    What matters most is that you are doing everything you can to help him since noticing the problem. Unfortunately some never notice these problems at all but you were attentive enough to detect something was wrong. :) Keep us posted on his progress/how the vet trip goes!
  15. Bunnygreen

    Bunny 4th of July Party!

    Omg! This is so cute! My bunny is very sensitive to the foods he eats, but I love this for other buns! My last bunny would have loved this for sure! He basically had an iron stomach and could pretty much eat whatever he wanted. My bun now is mostly restricted to hay, but I still love this for...
  16. Bunnygreen

    Differences in hay: Specifically for ISC

    Thank you so much for your input! I did have him tested for parasites since I had adopted him after having 4 foster homes and a poor living environment to begin with. He tested negative, His vet suggested a blood test if it worsens because she pointed out many rabbits do experience this problem...
  17. Bunnygreen

    Question about poop

    I'd say you shouldn't worry too much as the previous members have responded. You can almost never go wrong with more hay depending on which type you are providing as their general supply, but my last rabbit had way darker poops than my current and was always perfectly healthy (aside from...
  18. Bunnygreen

    Differences in hay: Specifically for ISC

    Hello! I've been directed by my vet to switch Dr. Cheese's diet to an all hay diet to help his intermittent soft cecotropes. I figured I would see if there are any recommendations on a better hay for rabbits struggling with this as well as having sensitive digestion in general. Currently he is...
  19. Bunnygreen

    Cecotrope floor marking?

    Aww thanks! Yes I'd say he's equal parts sass and love. He is just the friendliest little guy, basically a dog with more attitude :)
  20. Bunnygreen

    Cecotrope floor marking?

    UPDATE ON DR. CHEESE: So I did end up calling my vet because the reduction in pellets hasn't changed a ton with his ISC so she recommended I switch him to an all hay diet. However she mentioned that she is not concerned at this point due to the fact that majority of his cecotropes are being...
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