Search results

Help Support RabbitsOnline:

  1. chintook

    Dehydration

    We have had our Mini Lop for little over 6 months now. We have never seen him drinking water. I always leave clean water in a water bowl. He is primarily on grass diet, is that why he doesn't need water? We leave him out to roam in the backyard all day, and put him in outdoor cage at night.
  2. chintook

    Encouraging bunny to come back to cage during rain

    May be too much is the key? We are just worried he might not know it doesn't rain under a shade lol. So, you are not worried that they will get sick if they are wet? Do you try to dry them?
  3. chintook

    Encouraging bunny to come back to cage during rain

    I have a 6 months old male mini lop (or Holland lop in the US) who has the entire backyard to himself. I have recently moved his cage out and put some covers around for protection from rain and wind. I really want him to learn to come back to cage when it's too windy or raining. Right now...
  4. chintook

    Did he get hurt?

  5. chintook

    Did he get hurt?

    Our male 5 months old mini lop was in animal shelter overnight. When we got him we noticed a sticky material on his head. I couldn't clean it and it's not going away. Does it look like infection or a minor cut/bruise? Apologies, I am a new pet owner and still learning a lot.
Top