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Routine worming is not recommended. Only worm if there are worms.
Ok thank you, how do you know if there is worms?

Also my young male bunny has started following me in 5he morning and then trying to bite my feet 😂
Then if I try oat him if pick a poop up he tries to bite my hand, he's become very naughty, would you know why?
 

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Ok thank you, how do you know if there is worms?

Also my young male bunny has started following me in 5he morning and then trying to bite my feet 😂
Then if I try oat him if pick a poop up he tries to bite my hand, he's become very naughty, would you know why?
Pin worms which are common are usually found in droppings, they are quite obvious. If you can't see worms and there are no signs your rabbit is ill, do not worm them. In fact, only worm on vet's advice.
 

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Yes he is 13 week...
That's about the right time. Hormones can affect different rabbits to different degrees. Hormones can cause grumpiness, aggression, forgetting of litter habits, lunging, biting, and even spraying of urine. Thankfully neutering can greatly minimize (or eliminate) those behaviors. If one waits too long before neutering, those behaviors can become ingrained.
 
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Oh no I think my other white bunny is a boy, can someone please help me identify
 

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