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Bunny: Photos.... please! (sarcasm)
Super cute bunny photos, especially like the first 1.
My bunny runs around the cage stomping its feet! :D
Count my vote!
Cute bunny :)
I don't hormones would affect "ear flop", usually this is simply a result of ear size increasing.
Looks good to me! :D
Try placing a piece of plywood in the rabbit's cage to give it something to wear its nails on.
Some rabbits are naturally very territorial, don't be alarmed.
Try feeding carrots or a slice of bread! :biggrin:
Although I don't raise lops, I know this happens to my Californians in the summer time. In the winter their markings are black and...
If you have more than one doe you can try fostering them,
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Yes I believe it is a result of in breeding, I had this exact same thing happen before and several of the kits had a foot issue, so yes it...
This could be a sign of ear mites, check her ears to make sure she doesn't have an infestation.
To help prevent gut issues in the first place I feed my rabbits grass hay, with plenty of fiber.
Ear mites can indeed spread amongst different species of animals, so I suggest keeping them apart. I think my dog got ear mites from indirect...
I doubt that it would be harmful, from personal experience I have found that many times rabbits will be able to tell whether or not a substance is...
Just a typical dewlap, nothing to be concerned about.
Yeah I simply use mineral oil, it definitely beats taking a rabbit to the vet and paying a huge fee!
Yeah, be careful this disease in extremely dangerous!
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