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  1. Lemony4

    Chew-safe hidey house

    Ok that's what I was wondering. Thank you for the reply!
  2. Lemony4

    Chew-safe hidey house

    Hi everyone, I want to give my lop a new and more stable hidey house than his current cardboard one. This one is very cute and I'd love to get it for him https://www.etsy.com/listing/1059796887/wooden-rabbit-house-up-to-7-kg15-lb From the FAQ section it says it's made of MDF wood. Is that safe...
  3. Lemony4

    How to pick up my skiddish rabbit when it's necessary?

    Hi everyone! I've struggled with this for a while now. I've had my boy for 2 years now and he's very slow to trust. When I got him, the sanctuary said he was picked on quite a lot by other bunnies before he was given to the sanctuary :( so I think this is why he's always been on the skiddish...
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    Luna's Story

    Thank you for the kind words and for reading, she really was the sweetest bun bun❤
  5. Lemony4

    Luna's Story

    I want to post my Luna's story somewhere in hopes that it will be cathartic or maybe even helpful to others. She passed August 22, 2020 and I still carry a ton of guilt that I can't seem to shake. I have the resources I need to help me through it, but maybe by sharing this it will help someone...
  6. Lemony4

    Are the ingredients in this subscription box treat safe...

    I got my bun one of those bunny subscription treat/toy boxes for Christmas and these are the ingredients of one of treat bags: Pumpkin, ground oats, barley, potatoes, apple pomace, sunflower oil, molasses, cinnamon, vanilla, natural flavor I've never heard of potatoes being ok for rabbits...
  7. Lemony4

    Could grass/digging mats cause sore hocks?

    Okay, that's also good to know thank you. He doesn't really tolerate being handled still so we bring him to the vet every few weeks for a clipping
  8. Lemony4

    Could grass/digging mats cause sore hocks?

    Interesting! I guess I always just thought it to be about the toughness of whatever they're on most of the day. The rest of his bedroom is utility/rubber tile but he usually spends his time in the carpeted living room with us, and a couple hours a day he naps on the tile by our front door so I'd...
  9. Lemony4

    Could grass/digging mats cause sore hocks?

    My rabbit eats blankets whenever he's in his hidey area, so I put a digging/grass mat in there so that he doesn't eat any of the blanket he's chewed up. Its kind of a tight braided material, I couldn't find the exact type of mat online but I here is picture of him flopped on it lol. I haven't...
  10. Lemony4

    Organic spring mix vs purchasing own veggies?

    Ok good to know! Yeah I was planning on adding a little extra something to the mix as well. Thanks for the reply!
  11. Lemony4

    Organic spring mix vs purchasing own veggies?

    Probably something like this? Spring mix Baby Romaine*, Baby Chard*, Baby Mizuna*, Radicchio*, Baby Red Leaf*, Baby Green Leaf*, Baby Oak Leaf*, Baby Arugula*, Baby Spinach*, Baby Butter Lettuce*. Those are the ingredients, I'm pretty sure they're all ok
  12. Lemony4

    Organic spring mix vs purchasing own veggies?

    Hi all! I know there are some bun owners who feed their buns daily with organic spring mix, I've always bought my own vegetables and tried to have two staples and mix in a new third every time I shop. But it seems the spring mix would provide more variety. Lately I've been throwing out a lot...
  13. Lemony4

    Wet matted fur around one side of mouth

    Yes they sent me home with meloxicam to give her for the next couple days. And I did think that it was from her dish for the first day or so until I touched it and it was really warm and the fur was all matted, maybe I was just alarmed because I'd never seen this before in the years that I've...
  14. Lemony4

    Wet matted fur around one side of mouth

    Hi all, so I took one of my rabbits to the vet yesterday to get her teeth checked. The last couple days I've noticed that around one side of her mouth and chin she has perpetual wetness and it's causing her fur to mat. I brushed it out a few times and even cut a bit but it's still just very wet...
  15. Lemony4

    Does anyone have interlocking floor mats for their buns living space? Looking for suggestions

    This is actually what we went with exactly! very durable, I hope it works out in the long run and you're right about the smell. the buns haven't moved into their new room yet so we keep the windows open there when we can to air it out and over the last few weeks it seems to have helped. hope...
  16. Lemony4

    Does anyone have interlocking floor mats for their buns living space? Looking for suggestions

    Yeah one of my buns is a chewer so I think I've decided that while mats might be a good base, for my buns I might need to put some sort of rug down or something to keep a layer between them and the mats
  17. Lemony4

    Does anyone have interlocking floor mats for their buns living space? Looking for suggestions

    Lol that pellet scenario would definitely happen with mine, one of my rabbits one time jumped on his plate of pellets sending them flying everywhere and a couple got stuck in the heat registers and I had to calm him down and get him to stop pawing at the heaters while I used toothpicks to get...
  18. Lemony4

    Does anyone have interlocking floor mats for their buns living space? Looking for suggestions

    Thanks for the link! These look sturdy and perfect. Perhaps I'll get a trial square to see what they do with it, I wonder if getting these + some Foss rugs over it for added chew protection would be overkill
  19. Lemony4

    Does anyone have interlocking floor mats for their buns living space? Looking for suggestions

    Hi everyone, I'm moving soon (renting) and currently my buns have their own bedroom. I don't plan on that changing wherever I go but I would like to find a new solution to protecting the carpet. In my current place I just have a really low pile carpet that I got from home depot that I threw in...
  20. Lemony4

    Rabbit no longer interested in eating pellets, still eating greens and hay

    Last update-- so months ago when this all started and she stopped eating the pellets I was using Kaytee timothy complete pellets, so she prompted me to switch to Oxbow pellets. She didn't like those either. Flash forward to 2 days ago when I ordered Kaytee again just to see, and lo and behold...
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