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Thea_Isis

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Hello,

I adopted another bunny, she’s 5 months old. The shelter said that she was spayed and it is also stated in her medical records. My question is, her urine smells stronger than my other 2 rabbits. My other 2 bunnies are a mini Rex and a dwarf Netherland. The new bunny is a holland lop. Is her urine smelly because she’s a bigger rabbit or because she’s still young? Has anyone else experienced this?
 

Mariam+Theo

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Have you quickly introduced the veggies, or did you do it slowly? What type of hay? Is there blood in the urine?
 

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If you introduced the veggies to fast, her body is trying to cope with it so inturn is getting rid of other fluid. That fluid could be a verify of things but she could also just be making her "mark"
 

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If you introduced the veggies to fast, her body is trying to cope with it so inturn is getting rid of other fluid. That fluid could be a verify of things but she could also just be making her "mark"
Ok thank you. I hope that it’s just that I introduced her to veggies fast. I think she was just eating pellets and hay at the shelter.
 

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