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This is a list of articles about digestive illnesses and the poop changes you will likely see with them. Some are common digestive illnesses with rabbits, some very rare. Be warned, some links contain graphic medical related photos

Photo guide for poop changes:
(bunny poop photos)

General articles about poop issues in rabbits:

Ileus, or GI stasis: reduced poop size, poop with excess fur, progressing to no poop, mucous covered poop from after a case of ileus(refer to photo guide links)

Cecal Dysbiosis(aka mushy poop, intermittent soft cecotropes/stool): sometimes mistaken for diarrhea but isn't, cecals will be mushy and/or watery but fecal poop will be normal round fecal balls, possibly mixed together (refer to photo guide links)

Bacterial/mucoid enteritis(not to be mistaken for epizootic rabbit enteropathy):
(enteritis in rabbits)

Intestinal Parasites
Coccidiosis: threads of mucous/blood mucous in the poop, tear drop shaped poop (refer to photo guide links)
Pinworms:
Tapeworm:

to be continued ->
I don’t have any need to at the moment. But I got a bunch of supplies today for my little guy and picked up these. Are they safe?
 

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I remember one day, I let my rabbits play in my backyard a little bit. When I brought them back home, I suddenly say creela peeing REDDISH BROWN pee. I freaked out for an entire 20 minutes but I researched and found out that eating leaves make the pee that color and my backyard HAS those kind of leaves. Conclusion is creela ate a lot of those leaves, that’s why he peed that color pee.
 

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