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  1. T

    Hay fever

    Is it okay if i wash the hay and let it dry before feeding it to my bunny¿ she used to sneeze alot and when I started washing it the sneezing stopped but I didn’t know if it was safe or not.
  2. C

    Hay Brand

    Has anyone ever ordered from Small Pet Select? I was considering their Timothy hay since I hear such good reviews. I’m currently using oxbow but it’s usually a hit or miss with their quality (with the hay I’m receiving at least) Rabbit Products
  3. B

    Should i cover my rabbits playpen

    Should I cover my rabbits playpen at night 🌉
  4. B

    Hypoglycemia possibly leading to blindness in my English Lop

    Hello All, Just joined this site hoping to find some advise. My wife and I recently purchased a English Lop we named Joey from a reputable breeder that we have bought bunnies from before. We have 1 other English Lop and a French Lop as well. Joey has had a rough life so far as his mother passed...
  5. R

    Rabbit refuses to eat hay

    My rabbit used to eat hay, but now she simply refuses to eat it. There is always unlimited amounts of hay ( the same one she used to eat when she was younger) in her place, but she doesn't seem to be eating anything of it at all. I give her pellets at 6:00pm , and at night i leave her to eat...
  6. cosmoluna

    really small droppings and won’t eat breakfast

    Hello everyone. I posted a thread yesterday asking about which digestive supplements might help my bunnies but got no answers. Today has been about the same as yesterday, with my buns both eating hay and greens. They will eat compressed hay bales, oxbow digestive health supplement, and greens...
  7. cosmoluna

    Best Digestive Support Suplement?

    Hi everyone! For the past few days my buns have both randomly had very small droppings and don’t want to eat much early in the mornings. They eat hay and fresh veggies in the afternoon and evening perfectly fine, and are drinking water. They also act very normal and have been more active...
  8. emmaskye

    Litter training

    Is it ok if I take my 8 week old bunny’s pellets away for awhile to encourage her to use her litter box for litter training (it is filled with alfalfa hay)
  9. Z

    Bunny ate a lot of pellets and alfalfa?

    My 2 y.o. bun is an outside rabbit and last night we had a really windy night. It knocked over the alfalfa box and the bag of pellets and I guess she had the night of her life eating as much as she could. She normally gets only a few pellets every day (around 10g I guess) and a handful of...
  10. JVL

    Type of hay for Rabbits

    I had read very clearly they should be eating Timothy hay from Oxbow, which they ate okay, but my Lionhead mix (snowball)didn't eat it as much as the Lop(thelma). I switched to a Timothy meadow hay from Oxbow and they both eat it like crazy. I know Alfalfa is a no, but is this kind good...
  11. cassjane

    Finicky Hay Eater

    Kyle is a little over 4 mos. and has been eating mainly Alfalfa hay & young rabbit pellets, I’ve just recently started mixing in some Timothy hay with the Alfalfa. He’s gotten picky and wasteful with his hay. He loves the dried leaf-like crumbs of the alfalfa, but leaves behind the actual...
  12. cookiebun

    Bun won't foods he used to like after illness. No water either.

    Ok, I'm stumped. My rabbit was ill nearly two weeks ago. He ate a bunch of graham crackers that he shouldn't have and they upset his stomach. We took him to the vet and he was x-rayed, examined and prescribed pain killers. Now he seems almost totally normal except he will not eat his pellets or...
  13. xbject


    I made a big mistake when I bought her, I never fed her hay. I bought her when she was a baby from a flea market and the breeder never said anything about hay, I also didn't do much research at the time. Trust me, I know now. She is 5 years old and honestly I have no clue how she's survived this...
  14. G

    Hay Feeder Alternative

    Hi everyone! My little bunny does not seem to like his hay feeder. It is one of those ones that come with the cage and is on the outside of it. He only seems to eat his hay out of his litter but I would feel better if he also had some sort of hay feeder to get his fill of hay from. Does anyone...
  15. xbject

    Can I feed grass instead of hay?

    I have a 5 year old rabbit who doesn’t eat hay, she only eats hay cubes. It’s not enough though. We took her to the vet today and the vet said it seems like she’s beginning to develop GI stasis. I know this can kill bunnies which is why I want to know if grass is a good substitute for hay. I’ve...
  16. JhonniRootCanal


    Hello, Jhonni my bunny is a rescue bunny. And I have to be gentle with him. I'm still reminding him he can trust me. It's tough. He is litter trained I bought him a play pen full of hay. At first he would eat the hay and I'd give him his pellets in the hay. Now he is pooping and peeing in...
  17. lily stibich

    My 2yr old stopped eating URGENT

    My rabbit oak has always been good with eating plenty of hay, I recently got her cat grass from petco and a guinea pig that lived near her died a few weeks ago besides that there have been no other changes. She is drinking water but minimally. I can’t go to the vet for another 2-3 days since my...
  18. J

    Can rabbits eat Vetch hay?

    Hi guys, A lady at the stockfeed shop gave us a free bag of vetch hay. Can rabbits eat this? I've never heard of this before. I normally feed my buns oaten hay. Thanks!!!! XXX
  19. Kora

    Young rabbit diet?

    I’m getting a young (I think 2 months old) rabbit soon, and I’m not 100% sure what I’m going to need to feed her, as everything I see or read tells me different things. I’m going to be feeding her Oxbow Young Rabbit pellets for sure, as those seem to be the most highly recommended. But how much...
  20. Gelly

    Anyone else's bunny do this? *face palm*

    My rabbit loves peeing on his hay. I thought this hay rack would solve the problem but alas. It's wasting a lot of hay and I just don't get why he does this. His litter bedding is a layer of soft wood stove pellets and a layer of shredded paper bedding. I'm pretty sure he likes his bedding but...