Hello from Canada. It is 24C by day and 5C at night now in Southern Alberta. We're enjoying an extra-long summer. My new rabbit is not eating the rabbit food I offer him. He has had a food change. "Nugget" is three or four, possibly a Palomino mix, un-neutered male. I received him from a home that kept three rabbits outside in a tractor on the lawn year 'round. His only food was alfalfa pellets and fresh grass. I am told he and one of the other three rabbits were re-homed because three males were fighting. I've moved him into a raised hutch inside of a large enclosed run. He lives alone now. There is a small pet crate inside of the hutch for him to burrow in. Its not shown here but I've also put a medium-sized dog igloo on the ground in the run. He has lots of choices of where to be and lots of room to run and jump. The hutch has a pop hole and ladder to the ground and another ladder that goes to a nest box on an upper level. There is lots of straw bedding. Nugget is not litter trained. I have given him a litter box with a mix of pine pellet litter and straw in it. He does not seem to be using it. I cannot find his preferred corner for pooing. His output seems to be low. I may confine him to the hutch to litter train him and monitor his peeing and pooing. I have offered Nugget leaf lettuce, fresh cut herbs, alfalfa hay, rabbit food pellets, a piece of banana, water and branches to chew on. He eats the lettuce and hay, not much more. Its been two days. At what point should I worry that he's not eating his pellets?