So I wanna give a bit of info as to what I experienced at the vet and hopefully someone can give me some insight here. I recently went to the vet to get my new bunny a checkup. I didnt really like how they handled her, the vet said she was acting abnormal since she wasnt allowing them to restrain her and the vet assistant didnt really know how to handle her at all. They also decided it was best to hold her by the scruff and support her bottom. Although I heard this wasnt good to do to a bunny, but he did say to support the bottom so I'm not even sure cause this is the first time I go to a vet for a bunny. This vet seemed experienced since he was pretty knowledgable about rabbits for the most part. I just know from the research I've done that hes at least somewhat knowledgable... I was also told he was experienced but he was mostly savvy with reptiles. I was pretty horrified at how they handled my bunny having to squeeze her onto the table but it's the first time I'm going to the vet for a bunny so I wouldn't know what the right way is. They also kept dropping her onto the table and she kept slipping away from their grasp. I mean at this point I'm freaking out thinking they're gonna kill my bunny in front of me Im super anxious and i get up to pick her up for them. She doesnt even like being picked up by me but still let me do so this time. So they did some fecal tests and checked for ear mites and everything seemed fine. The only thing was that shes a bit underweight since shes a relatively young bunny. They told me they dont know her age yet but I would assume shes around 5 months. So for her diet they recommended that she goes on an unlimited pellet diet he recommended Sherwood adult pellets and mainly hay for the diet and small quantities of greens and fruits. So he pretty much said greens were also to be used as treats along with things like fruits. Now my concern is that now that she has unlimited pellet diet she now doesnt bother with eating her hay or using her litterbox at all. Everytime shes hungry she'll go to her pellets and munch on those completely ignoring the hay despite how fresh it is. Her previous diet was pretty standard; Unlimited Timothy hay/orchard hay, small amount of pellets once a day a cup of fresh greens twice a day and 2 small snacks/treat throughout the day. This diet doesnt seem right if it's the only thing shes eating and keeps her from hay. Hoping someone can give me some advice on this situation since I'm not very experienced with bunnies. I'm also hoping to switch vets soon for the next time she goes in.