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Miffythebun

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It sounds like a possible dental issue such as molar spurs. Not anything you can check, has to be done by an experienced rabbit vet. Unusual selective eating is a common symptom of dental issues.
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He seems very much better this morning, I set an early alarm to phone the vets to have him jump up and give me loads of kisses. He had also eaten a lot of salad and some pellets. Acting much more like his normal naughty self so thought it’s better to not venture out today and keep a close eye and take tomorrow if he hasn’t fully recovered. Once vets are open for more than just immediate emergencies I’ll definitely book him in for a check up including his teeth! Thanks!
 

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Thank you!
He seems very much better this morning, I set an early alarm to phone the vets to have him jump up and give me loads of kisses. He had also eaten a lot of salad and some pellets. Acting much more like his normal naughty self so thought it’s better to not venture out today and keep a close eye and take tomorrow if he hasn’t fully recovered. Once vets are open for more than just immediate emergencies I’ll definitely book him in for a check up including his teeth! Thanks!
Yes, check-up as soon as you can. Also, do not let him eat cardboard. The occasional nibble is OK but if they eat a lot of it that can cause serious problems.
 

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Thank you!
He seems very much better this morning, I set an early alarm to phone the vets to have him jump up and give me loads of kisses. He had also eaten a lot of salad and some pellets. Acting much more like his normal naughty self so thought it’s better to not venture out today and keep a close eye and take tomorrow if he hasn’t fully recovered. Once vets are open for more than just immediate emergencies I’ll definitely book him in for a check up including his teeth! Thanks!
I hope your bun get better! 🙂 ❤
 

Miffythebun

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Yes, check-up as soon as you can. Also, do not let him eat cardboard. The occasional nibble is OK but if they eat a lot of it that can cause serious problems.
Yes I try not too, struggling at the moment as we’re isolating at home where buns in the bedroom with us with lots of boxs full of storage stuff so he’s going around destroying the place haha!
 
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