Thank you! She's very kind as well I love her a lotSo cute.
That's great that they settled for now but expect fights in the future if they are only 10 weeks now. If you see humping, circling and then fur flying it would be safer to separate them until they are neutered (+ wait 2 months after neutering before rebonding them).Yes, they are both males. Thankfully they are fine now. No fight observed yesterday. This morning I cleaned them up with a wet cloth followed by dry cloth and finally combing. They were quite happy and licked my hands thoroughly.
Rabbit vets in the UK spay from 16 weeks. As your bunnies are fighting this may be considered an emergency, I would look into getting them spayed now. Find a rabbit vet here: Rabbit Friendly Vet ListThank you I will be getting them spayed when they are old enough
It's referred aggression, the bite. You need to separate them and have them neutered, then wait 8 weeks before you attempt to rebond them. And when you do, wear thick gloves!Hi 2 of my rabbits are siblings, I got them on 15th of March when they were about a month old max. They have grown since then but still drink milk from syringe once in the morning and once in the evening. During day time they feed on Dried grass, Hay and pellets. They love coriander, carrots and french beans. My sofa is often their dancing and jumping ground and they run and jump on it while I am sitting next to them. Yesterday on 15th April they were playing as normal and seemed very happy. Suddenly they were chasing each other in small circles and fell off the sofa. Then they were like face to face and I heard a scream. I got worried and separated them, cuddled them and they were fine. Later when I was in the wash room they started again and my 29 year old son tried to separate them with his hands. Knowingly or accidentally one of them bit him on his hand. Can any one explain this behaviour? Anything to worry about? My Vet is too busy due to lock down and I need advise. Of course they were together whole night peacefully. Morning also went well. there after they were again put in the cage. Lunch time I opened the cage and they were moving around and suddenly one was chasing the other at high speed. I just commanded NO, NO and they both settled. I am sharing today lunch time pics of them.
Too cute but PLEASE separate them. One good fight and you may never be able to bond them or lose one altogether. You KNOW they will fight as it has happened. Please be safe rather than regretful later when something bad happens. As long as they can safely see each other, they will not lose any bond they already have but by doing this, its so dangerous. It takes a split second for someone to turn their eyes away and it is too late. They are FAST.
Not at all. They are active as usual, play full. Have their milk, hay, sunflower seeds and linum seeds, Pellets, coriander and green washed & dried grass. They climb on chairs and run around as usual. Their housing is also same. By the way what is the remedy for Gi-Stasis?
Hi, would you mind starting your own thread so you can get help with your rabbits, this thread was on a different subject and it is a bit confusing since people are replying to your questions and other people to OP questions. I think it would be fair!Their droppings have reduced in size and quantity from last few days. But they are active. Food intake also is lower. Anything to worry about?
They get milk? That is awful for them so I would remove the milk ASAP. Do not give them too many sunflower seeds or flax seeds because they will make your rabbit fat. Be careful in allowing them to climb on chairs. There are many stories of rabbits falling off chairs and being seriously injured.Not at all. They are active as usual, play full. Have their milk, hay, sunflower seeds and linum seeds, Pellets, coriander and green washed & dried grass. They climb on chairs and run around as usual. Their housing is also same. By the way what is the remedy for Gi-Stasis?