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    Vets in Jakarta

    Hi fellow Jakartan! I'm planning to spay a bunny of mine. Which one is the most trusted vet for spaying? Do you have any information about the price ranges? Thanks!
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    Update: The Mama just showed mounting behavior and chasing her kit around. I've separated them from now. But should I be worried since the kit is only 6 weeks old by now? How can I make sure he's weaned properly?
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    The big kit is still nursing, though only rarely since last week. Usually I saw the fur ball suckling 2-3 times a day, but since last week I only notice 1 or not at all (perhaps at midnight or dawn, hence didn't see). I think it's only rarely since last week. He's big now, almost half the size...
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    Just curious but will it be okay to let the first litter stay after the mama give birth to another litter? What could happen then?
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    I see... So it should be fine to wean the kit next week then. It's just sad to think of them being separated. They always look cute and lovely together. Is it common for the mama to be aggressive when nesting? What signs should I watch for??
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    Nursing doe is currently showing nesting behavior after rebreeding. Is it okay for the current litter to stay in the same pen?

    My holland lop is currently on her second pregnancy. She gave birth to 2 kits on 6th May (1 didn't make it), and I rebreed her on 6th June (was this too soon?). Currently the first kit is healthy and well, but I'm worried that the doe is showing nesting behavior again 2 weeks prior to her next...
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    Baby bunny head tilt

    Omg my baby bunny from a recent litter got this today. Did yours grew out of it eventually? Mine was slightly tilting and it's eyes kinda looking not right. What happened to yours now? Will mine be fine??
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    Nursing Doe eat all the fur in its nest, babies are healthy so far

    Thanks JBun! The doe and her kits are doing fine now. I've decided to clean the nest box and substitute the lost fur with tissues for now and they're snuggled up all warm. The doe seem to be doing fine surprisingly after eating a whole lot of her fur, gave her papaya and some anti hairball...
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    Nursing Doe eat all the fur in its nest, babies are healthy so far

    I fed her two times a day around 10-15 grams each serving. Her pellets contain 18% protein and 18% crude fiber vs the rest I usually give her hay around her body size per day, give or take. Don't really measure them... She's really full of appetite but I try to limit her pellets sometimes since...
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    Nursing Doe eat all the fur in its nest, babies are healthy so far

    I think she ate the fur since she's in a cage with zero chance of other critter getting in... She's her usual greedy self for now and eating well. I've add more hay to her hay rack and it's gone in an hour or so and add more to it
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    Nursing Doe eat all the fur in its nest, babies are healthy so far

    My doe recently gave birth to 5 kits (only 4 survived so far RIP). Yesterday I noticed that all the fur in her nest box are gone. It was full before and the kits were buried underneath.i looked and looked everywhere and underneath her nest box, cage, and there's none left! I suspect that she...
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    Is this kit overfed? Looks bloated and can't even crawl properly

    I just tried to stimulate it to pee and it sprayed a lot! Does this mean I need to always stimulate it to pee? How often if so?
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    Is this kit overfed? Looks bloated and can't even crawl properly

    This kit was born from a litter of two, sadly the other kit didn't make it past labor. As a single kit will this be a problem? I'm afraid the worst could happen since other sources seem to tell overfeeding risks poisoning from the undigested milk. What to do guys?
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    Doe sneezing when a buck comes near her to mate

    This might be the case. But she usually run around fine while playing (or running away from me lol) and don't sneeze after. But I guess it could be more stressful getting chased around
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    Doe sneezing when a buck comes near her to mate

    I have a doe that's a bit timid but calm and friendly enough. I tried to get her to mate with a buck of mine. They're around the same age (7-9 months) and healthy with no issues. I've tried to get them to mate before and it was successful, although the doe didn't conceive at first and second...
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    When is the right time to start giving fenbendazole/panacur for rabbit showing symptoms of head tilt/paralysis?

    Thanks for replying Jbun, however I only gave him Ivermectin for 3 days straight at that time and have stopped completely by now since the scabies are gone. Sorry for wording the dosage as daily But his symptoms are showing again now (the head tilt, minus paralysis). Should I be concerned? I...
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    When is the right time to start giving fenbendazole/panacur for rabbit showing symptoms of head tilt/paralysis?

    One of my Holland lop, around 4 months old is showing concerning symptoms that I suspect might be a start of head tilt. A few weeks ago after giving his daily 0.2 ml dose of Ivermectin for a mild scabies treatment (currently cured) he started to get dizzy, collapse, and when recovered start to...
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    Bunny drinking 400-500 ml of water a day, is it excessive?

    It doesn't seem be to the case tho, the bottle's not dripping any
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    Bunny drinking 400-500 ml of water a day, is it excessive?

    My bun weigh 950 gram, 4 months old Jr. Buck Holland lop He eats hay and pellets well, playful and overall looks healthy It's just that he drinks so much, he seems to pee often too since I need to clean his litter each day from being too wet. Is it normal for such a little guy to drink 400 -...
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    Baby bun nose bitten by an older bunny and bleeding. Will it recover/grow back?

    Thank goodness... Was it a clean cut, or some meat got ripped off? Jayjay seem to have a bit of his meat pulled out by the rascal. I'm applying betadine twice a day just in case and it's dried and looking well, it's just that there's a little dent as you can see here:
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