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  1. mochiandsaffron

    Should I separate my bonded bunnies?

    So my 2 male rabbits I got a few months back were sweet angels when they were younger and almost never fought. They groomed eachother and it was super cute how affectionate they were towards eachother. Now that they’re older, (Mochi, who has even had his testicles drop) they fight almost daily...
  2. K

    Why are my bonded rabbits are fighting?

    I have 2 rabbits. A boy and a girl. The boy is a Holland lop and the girl is a Flemish Giant which is about 3 times the size of the boy. I got them when they were 8 weeks old and they have been best friends for the past 3 months. yesterday my holland lop suddenly get very aggressive towards the...
  3. claire24x7

    Bunny has been peeing outside litter box, possible UTI? Help!

    Hi everyone! This is my first post here. My bunny Tiny is a year old and hasn’t been spayed yet. He’s usually pretty good about peeing in the litter box but I’ve noticed lately that he’s also been peeing outside the litter box, usually in a small amount. His behaviour is completely normal and...
  4. BunMomDelux

    She doesn’t play with toys

    I just took in a new not yet spayed rabbit and I’ve offered her every type of toy and she’s showing zero interest. She’s very food motivated so I tried hiding treats in some or rubbing banana on it & nothing. I’ve tried hiding treats in her hay to encourage foraging & she really seemed confused...
  5. emmaskye

    Weird behaviour

    Usually my rabbit comes up from his pen and chills in the living room for most of the day. Last night he was thumping quite a few times, and we had no idea why… Nothing had changed in the environment except for the fact that my maid was over cleaning the house. This morning, he hasn’t been...
  6. Shedua

    My Rabbit is In Love With a Beach Ball

    My netherland dwarf mix rabbit Mac really really likes these two blow up beach ball toys we have. I've had my rabbit for about two and a half years now, currently he is not neutered. I have been planning on getting him neutered but because of COVID my finances got thrown out of whack for a while...
  7. D

    Female Rabbit Urinating

    Hi There, We adopted 2 bunnies about three months ago, from two separate homes. Thunder is a 1 y/o boy (fixed) and Misty is a 2.5 y/o girl (unfixed). They both bonded well, are about the same size, never fought, and were living together within 2 weeks of moving in. The girl is very passive &...
  8. C

    Biting Rabbit

    Hello, My rabbit Jinmi who I’ve almost had for a year definitely seems to have behavior issues. She always nips/ bites me when I’m in her way or if I don’t giver her food right away (since she’ll smell/ sense I’m prepping it in front of her). She also nips only me over any of my family/ friends...
  9. Chloe Duwelius

    no cooperation with potty training!

    Hi! Powder got spayed about a month ago. After she recovered, I made her a litter box and began her free roaming journey around my bedroom. But, she just doesn't get it. She poops where she pleases. I clean them up right when I see them, and I show her me putting them in her litter box, hoping...
  10. Chloe Duwelius

    after-spay training issues

    hi! Powder got spayed a few weeks ago. I have kept her in a big play pen to recover and to get potty trained. for a couple weeks she was using those turkey roaster things as a litter box, and she was getting the hang of it. then i made a permanent litter box for her out of a bin. it has a lid on...
  11. hazelnutbunny

    Rabbit plucking his fur?

    Hi! I have a 2 year old bunny named Merlot, already neutered. I had to go under a emergency surgery 2 weeks ago and have been recovering since, so I haven't been able to pay full attention to my bunny, even though he's been giving plenty attention to me, as he's veeeery caring and sweet...
  12. jamsbuns

    My rabbit is chewing holes in her pee pad?

    I'll place a pee pad outside of her potty areas just in case. Recently she's started to chew holes in the pee pads? I'm wondering what I can do to help this behavior? She has quite a few chew toys that she's been using and seems to like, so I'm wondering what the issue might be? She's a...
  13. Rosy

    Young rabbits constantly nipping

    I have two young rabbits (around 13 weeks old) that are constantly nipping at my clothes. I don't usually mind but if they catch some skin with it, then it hurts. They also dig a lot at my clothing. Why might they be doing this? How can I stop these behaviors?
  14. R

    Bunny digging at night

    Hi, I need help. my bunny is constantly digging in his cage at night and is being very loud. He’s in my bedroom so I can’t sleep. He’s usually well behaved and never done this before. He’s 3 year old male and spayed. Any help would be appreciated.Thanks.
  15. Liquidtravel

    Behavior Change

    Hello all, About a week and a half ago I got my 6 month old flemish giant neutered. Prior to that he was very active and rarely wanted to stay in his habitat. I would always let him out at regular intervals and he would run around on the hard wood floor like a race car driver sliding around...
  16. Marikristine

    My bunny's behavior

    Hi! Lately, my bunny has been behaving differently. He used to sleep by 6 in the morning then be active at around 7 in the evening. Now, he sleeps at 1 in the afternoon then be active at 8 in the evening. He has become a little aggressive, he likes to nibble my father and brother's legs. I'd...
  17. dejathebun

    Bunny afraid of hardwood floors - Help we are moving!

    Hello all, Thank you for reading my post. My bunny Asa is terrified to walk on hardwood floors. I adopted her 2 years ago and this has always been the case for. her. The problem now is that I am moving to a new condo (Sept 1st) that is only hardwood floors. I will get area rugs but still the...
  18. Lemony4

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

    Hi all, One of my rabbits has lost all interest in her pellets. Both of them eat twice a day, with both meals consisting of about 1/8 cup of pellets next to their greens. The boy goes wild for them but she doesn't touch them anymore, causing him to steal them and get more than his diet's...
  19. Shedua

    Rabbit absolutely hates being picked up

    So my rabbit Mac has always been against being picked up and held but recently he's been especially stressed about it. If you try to pick him up he will struggle, and I mean REALLY struggle to get out of your grasp, to the point where I get covered in claw marks and he's huffing and puffing for...
  20. cosmoluna

    When can I officially call my bunnies bonded?

    Hi Everyone!! I’m so excited to finally say after 4 long months of separation and bonding dates, my two buns have FINALLY figured it out and have been living together in a pen for the past 4 days. I have not had to separate them, there has been no fighting, nipping, or aggression. On Friday...
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