Hi guys. My rabbit doesn't thump very often and if he does i usually watch his body language to see if it's from fear or attention seeking etc. This morning i woke up to floyd thumping like crazy. He was hiding under my bed and then running around my room like a wild rabbit listening for danger and sniffing the air. He seems very scared of the hallways despite walking through it every single day... My boyfriend and his dogs are visiting but he is upstairs with them blocked off and i have been careful to keep myself dog free when interacting with my rabbit. Not sure if the dogs are the percieved danger? They haven't left the bedroom all night i can't even smell dog right now. Also he has been super close to them and even sniffed them before with no fear. Worried that he will be in a state of stress for the next 3 days and we can't have that! I read that thumping can lead to death and you have to remove the rabbit immediately and it freaked me out. How can i remove him from a situation that isn't even dangerous? Especially when the basement is his home and his safe place... anywhere else would spook him more! I tried calming him by sitting by him. He ate a little hay then went back under the bed. He won't go in the hallway to get to his running and binkying room which concerns me. HELP!!