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    Seeking blind bun tips

    Hi everyone! I'm looking for someone to give me some advice on caring for blind bunnies! I recently got a very sweet continental giant girl and after some vet visits it turns out that she is blind (my partner and I suspected this anyway as there was pretty obvious signs from the start) she is...
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    Stinky Butt Rabbit

    Thanks for all the advice, super super helpful! I'll make sure to pick some up today if possible, I've given her a bath with the method recommended and she's already loads fresher and cleaner :) she's a happy bunny!
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    Stinky Butt Rabbit

    Thanks for the advice everyone! She currently uses a litter tray with puppy pads which I change daily, I am starting to think that her fur is stained in urine hence the smell, I think this is probably due to the fact that she is double maned and her long fur is easily soiled when she pees. This...
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    Stinky Butt Rabbit

    I've never had experience with long haired rabbits before and am looking to learn. I've noticed recently that my double maned lionhead smells like pee around her butt area I have been changing her litter every day to prevent her sitting in soiled hay which I read can cause a stinky butt but it...
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    Baby rabbit wont stop nipping!

    Most of the time it isn't too bad, we can usually predict where she will bite, places like fingers, toes, nose, eyebrow. Most of the time she just does little nips, however there gave been occasions that she has really chewed, I've been woken up from a nap by her trying to eat my finger before.
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    Baby rabbit wont stop nipping!

    My new baby girl rabbit loves to lick probably more than being petted, unfortunately she nips a lot when doing this and I can't figure out how to stop without discouraging her licking. So far I have tried yelping when she bites, rewarding licking sessions where no bites happen and moving her...
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    Bonding adult and baby rabbit? Help!

    Double checked this morning and she is definitely a girl, when I said damage I meant he left a few cuts and grazes on her ears, nothing too serious but since she's so small at the minute I worry that these injuries could be MUCH worse. Following other advice I reckon we will just continue to...
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    Bonding adult and baby rabbit? Help!

    Our boy has been neutered for around a year and a half now. The breeder assured us that she is a girl however I'll have to double check her using this info, can never be to careful!
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    Bonding adult and baby rabbit? Help!

    My partner and I recently added a second rabbit to the family, she is 8 weeks and very small. As expected, our big bossy boy rabbit who is 2 isn't fond of a new bun in the house. Since she is so small we're apprehensive about the bonding process as he's already managed to do some damage to her...
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