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What you need is one good exotic trained rabbit savvy vet Worth phoning around.
Elderly rabbits can develop all sorts of problems, eg...
Hi and welcome to the forum.
The best advice I can offer is that you have a read through all sticky threads about bunny care. They are a mine of...
Sawdust is bad for buns, so do avoid.
A layer of newspaper, and loads of hay is best. Change often and give fresh mound of hay daily. Get bun...
My thoughts too.
Is there a new bun on the block at all? Could be referred agression.
Is there an obvious dominmant one? IIt could be that...
You're right to be concerned - they will find a way in.
The run is a lovely size, but what is it made of? Is it full height?
You may need to...
I think it is a case of watch and wait, and approach her gently. If she shows any signs of distress or goes off her food at all, call your vet for...
Rotten bananas. (left some in the office and forgot about them. Returned to find a pulpy mulch everywhere. Gross.)
What is your favourite book?
Just popping in from obscurity to say hi all!!!
Good luck. The feisty ones can be really tricky, but as you get more confident, I'm sure it will get easier.
Please be a responsible pet owner and keep your male and female apart until they are neutered.
Why do you feel the need to breed? Yes, fluffy...
Personally, I would keep them far away from each other, to try and protect your male - myxi can be spread by flies and fleas.
Really not sure...
Some people convery a room to a bunny room - lots of bunny proofing needed! Then give lots of toys/boxes/etc to keep them interested, varying...
Hopefully, little bun has setted down now.
It would be better to keep him on a diet of hay/hay/hay plus the pellets that he is used to for now....
How dod the vets go? Were they helpful? hey should be able to show the best way to hold and syringe.
Some seem to have more sensitive whiskers...
Glad you got him back safely.
We've all had that stomache churning feeling when we realise a bun has escaped.
All's well that ends well.
Any signs of him using his litter tray in his pen?
Sorry - never come across this, so not much help really.
Has bun been referred to a rabbit specialist?
When the cyst is drained, has...