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  1. GertieP

    New bunny poop question

    Rocco is our first rabbit so we are learning it all from scratch. Glad we found this forum! He is about 2 years old and the vet we took him to when we first got him in early Dec (he was a rescue) said he appeared healthy. He did have one episode of gut stasis which we were able to resolve with...
  2. Z

    Possibility of failed bonding?

    I brought in my second rabbit last week (female, 2 months old, unspayed). My first rabbit is male, 9 months old & neutered, he seems to be depressed since i brought in the baby bunny. 1. No diet change but his poops become smaller, uneven shape and most of the times its soft (cecotropes) 2. He...
  3. G

    Bunny peeing on couch... help!

    Hello! I have a 4 month old lop and she’s litter trained. But recently she started peeing on the same couch almost every day, other than that she always goes to her litter box. Oh and every morning wake up to a little pile of poops were she decides to sleep that night, I’m guessing those are the...
  4. Bengisudeveci

    Finding cecotropes in litter box

    I have found cecotropes in the litter box. would plastic grate over the litter box prevent my bunny from eating cecotropes ? The reason why i put the grate is that my bunny likes to sleep in it and dig. So pee would get all over him. Should i remove the grate ?
  5. K

    Uneaten Cecotropes

    My Apollo has been acting strangely lately. He’s 4 months and he’s been flopping down, sleeping a little more and not always wanting to come out of his cage. I switched his pellets and he seemed to like them but now he doesn’t eat all of them like usual. Also his favorite snacks like blueberry...
  6. A

    Weird poop before cecotropes

    Hello, My rabbit is 4.5 months old. Here are pictures: one poop is normal and appears all the time, the second one appears only right before cecotropes. She produces like 5-6 this weird black moist poops and then she eats cecotropes. These poops look like they are mixed fecal and cecal poop...
  7. Floyd2019

    Cecotropes, extra lying around

    My bunny produces lots of healthy poops, I am pretty sure he is a megacolon bunny because he's always had issues with cecotropes. Currently he eats them but there's still smears all over his pen and around his mouth. Not a mega ton but enough that I feel I should wash his blankets daily. I've...
  8. Floyd2019

    Should I clean under my rabbits chin?

    Floyd has poop issues, lately they've been great and everything has been quite normal but he has some poop under his chin! I've tried massaging it out but it's kinda dried under there. It's probably from his cecotropes, do you think he will be able to clean it himself or should i do something...
  9. Floyd2019

    Update on previous URGENT post

    His diarrhea has calmed down a bit. I have seen a couple regular fecal pellets amd the soft poo has more round and formed parts to it rather than the previous straight mush. He is eating his cardboard box and does not want to eat his hay. Not sure if that's an urge to play and chew or if he is...
  10. Floyd2019

    Soft Fecal Pellets photo attached please help!

    Hi, My bun has been having soft, moist fecal pellets for the last few days. He is prone to intermittent soft cecotropes as I've written about before. But he is eating his cecal pellets fine as I have watched him eat them and see none in his litter or pen. These are definitely fecal pellets but...
  11. Floyd2019

    Call to Cecal Dysbiosis or ISC rabbit Owners

    Hey! So my rabbit has cecal dysbiosis. And recently he had a random flare up, I'm blaming these new fruit treats that I thought I was giving sparingly but not sparingly enough so my fault. I have put him on a hay only diet now for 5 days so far and he is definitely producing and eating normal...
  12. Floyd2019

    Cecal Dysbiosis

    I'm so sad, Floyd's intermittent soft cecotropes have returned. He was doing so well for three months! I was so happy. Not sure what has caused the return, it could be the fruit treat I feed him every once in a while, or less likely, the fact that I had to feed him regular bok choy instead of...
  13. Floyd2019

    Moist Poops!

    Hey everyone! So Floyd has had digestive trouble in the past so I get really touchy and picky about his poops! Last night I got stuck in a storm and had to get my pet sitter to drop by the house to change his litter, give fresh hay, and let him run around for a very short (unfortunately)...
  14. Floyd2019

    Question about Cecotropes!

    Hi all! So my bunny is an un neutered male, 7 months old. Ever since i got him he has struggled with diet issues and cecum disorders etc which is why he hasn't been neutered yet. He is finally healthy and on a well balanced diet of timothy hay and greens. I used to see cecotropes everywhere...
  15. N

    Excess Cecotropes When Fed Fresh Veggies!

    Hi Everyone, this is my first post on the forum. I tried to find relavent information elsewhere but was not able to find something for my cecotropes issue! My bunny is a 12 week old Netherland dwarf and I got her 3 weeks ago. She is currently on alfalfa hay and oxbow alfalfa based pellets...
  16. button+banjo

    Help me figure out why my rabbits are STILL producing excess cecotropes

    I have two bonded Holland Lop brothers that live on my front porch, and have been having problems with them leaving cecotropes around. I addressed this last month (see this thread)...