I made a list of Rabbit's friend and foes! Please critique

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  1. Jan 28, 2020 #1

    Rahul C

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    Hello, this is my first post. I hope you will be lenient towards me.

    I recently wrote my first post on my blog where I tried to answer the question regarding animals that could be adopted after owning a rabbit. I would like to know the opinion of the very wise members of this forum.

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  2. Jan 29, 2020 #2

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    There were some mistakes in the previous draft
     
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    HAHA made some more mistakes "creator"
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    Hopefully you are open to some constructive suggestions...

    You may want to clarify what you mean by "get along." Some of them (as you noted) may not 'go after' or attack each other but should nevertheless be kept apart. So even though you noted about the dangers of rabbits interacting with guinea pigs (physical injury or spreading infection), saying "maybe" may not be the best label.

    For dogs you mentioned "most small dogs," but that isn't necessarily true. The terriers are small as are some other hunting breeds. Some of the larger (even largest) breeds can be more laid back and may do even better with rabbits. (my large Newfoundlands and labradoodle, for ex.)

    I would not agree with hedgehogs as "definitely." I have a hedgehog that is not afraid of my large dogs but is terrified of my rabbit. He never balls up... unless the rabbit comes near or if he even gets a whiff of the rabbit.

    Still have some typos in last version: 'Rabbits' is randomly capitalized in mid-sentence. Your intro should have the word order corrected : "What pets should rabbit owners avoid?"
     
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    I am! Please go on :)

    Yes, that's a great suggestion. I have written about that in my blog post. I will try to adjust the words accordingly to show the inclination.

    I have mentioned terries, I think. I will add a caveat in the small pet section. Thank you again!

    That could be the effect of personal nature? My hedgy Tiny and my rabbit Golan get along quite well in the manner that they don't give an F about the other. Rabbit avoids those pins at all times. Also, I have seen posts from other members confirming that. Still, I might try to add some caveats.

    Thanks will correct them in the next one :)
     

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